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

Latest reviews from Seal Beach

70 /100
320 Main (Restaurant)
320 MAIN ST
“A few blocks up the street from Beachwood BBQ. Limited number of taps, but seems like they always have a Beachwood beer on, as well as some other solid choices. Kind of more of a light emphasis, not much in terms of big stouts and such. Service is really good. This place is normally fairly expensive (starts at $10+, entrees $20+) and not huge portions, but that’s not really an issue since it’s good. I really can only go here during happy hour. They have a really great whiskey selection and good cocktails, as well. But those are pretty spendy at normal price ($12). Good place, but if you’re looking for beer, just go to Beachwood.“
brokensail 3174 days ago
70 /100
320 Main (Restaurant)
320 MAIN ST
“Small place a few blocks up from Beachwood Seal Beach. I come here for the cocktails. Sunday is all day happy hour with $4 beers and some $5 cocktails that are solid. Food is very good and very well priced during happy hour. Beer wise the selection is good, but not extensive. They always have a rotating Beachwood brewing tap, Allagash White and OB Mama’s Pils. No BMC. Great happy hour place, but not exactly a great beer bar.“
BMan1113VR 3364 days ago
74 /100
The Abbey (Restaurant)
306 MAIN ST
“Stopped in here before heading to Beachwood since I drive past this place every time, but have never gone. Draft list is pretty decent, mostly Belgian and German imports, but a handful of US micros, too. Good service, nice little place. Didn’t eat, but the pizzas looked good. A nice place, but hard to justify going with Beachwood just down the street.“
brokensail 3613 days ago
54 /100
The Abbey (Restaurant)
306 MAIN ST
“Stopped in once or twice before. Was not expecting this to be listed on the site. Food looked good, but I didn’t try it. Parking is typical for Seal Beach. Beer selection was somewhat generic for a gastropub to be frank about it. Seems like they were leaning towards German and Belgian styles. With Beachwood down the street, its hard to justify going to this place.“
BMan1113VR 4124 days ago
72 /100
The Abbey (Restaurant)
306 MAIN ST
“Stopped by here after finding out the Beachwood BBQ wasn’t open yet. Decent selection, food looked good, but a bit pricy in my opinion. The service was excellent, but it wasn’t too crowded either. Worth the visit.“
auderale 5259 days ago
72 /100
The Abbey (Restaurant)
306 MAIN ST
“A friendly, neighborhood place specializing in Belgian beer with a dozen taps. Other than Coors Light, all are excellent choices. Limited taps mean that the beer is always fresh. Brick oven pizza is a specialty.“
buck 6138 days ago
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