Dartmouth Beer Guide: Your Dartmouth guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

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78 /100 62 OCHTERLONEY ST.
“A lovely little spot that opened up shortly before my last visit to Nova Scotia. Just a short trip up the hill from the Dartmouth Ferry terminal, this is a warm and friendly spot. Lots of wood and pipe as decor and a well chosen selection of mostly Nova Scotian beer on tap. There were a few from breweries I’d never even heard of and the bartender knew quite a bit about what was happening in the NS beer scene. There’s a growler station for North Brewing on the lower level as well as a coffee shop in case you need a caffeine fix. Nice addition to the area.“
JoeMcPhee 1449 days ago
74 /100 219 WAVERLEY ROAD
“A small brewery store that serves free samples if you stop in for a visit. The place is new and has a nice crisp wood feel to it. Plenty of coolers filled with cans and growlers. Service was great despite a stead flow of people stopping in. 5 beers were available for sample and they even cracked an additional can for sampling. No food available though the restaurant in the same building offers the Nine Locks beers. Prices were inline with the area. A cool little spot.“
deyholla 1550 days ago
68 /100 69 ALDERNEY DRIVE
“A lovely little spot just across from Alderney Landing. Conveniently served as a reprieve from too much family time when my sister-in-law got married across the street. A nice selection of the typical Nova Scotia brews plus a few micro selections from Garrison and Propeller. Has a large menu (some items better than others) but service is generally friendly and efficient. Great atmosphere and a good place to kill some time.“
JoeMcPhee 2641 days ago
70 /100 69 ALDERNEY DRIVE
“Currently my local drinkery. The beer selection is nothing to get excited about, however you could tick off a good few locals if you havent had them already. The food is good and always with execellent friendly service. The pub has a great atmosphere and staff look after locals and visitors alike. The best place to watch live rugby throughout the whole of Halifax and Dartmouth. In my opinion the closest to a proper pub in the city and is right up there with the best.“
Gethinbeer 3568 days ago
88 /100
Noble Grape Burnside (Homebrew Shop)
95 AKERLEY BLVD. BURNSIDE INDUSTRIAL PARK
“Another store in the Brewing Centres chain. Equal to the Halifax Lacewood store, possibly with more supplies as they have more storage space here.“
OKBeer 5922 days ago
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