Visited in the evening, the place was quite crowded. Loud music, dimmed lights. Nice selection, they had some interesting taps on, also decent bottles selection. I wen't with Allagash St. Klippenstein which was nice. Worth visiting.
Quite small and dark corner bar eith 20 good choices of beer on tap, around 30 bottles/cans, no food, wifi, an even darker back room, good alternative rock music. Looking at the choices available, certainly merits visiting again.
Have been here on a couple of Saturday nights. Nice atmosphere and lighting but somewhat spoiled by overly loud music. Beer selection always seems to be very solid but the wine is pretty much undrinkable. This place is super popular with the locals and attracts a reasonably mixed crowd. By all reasonable measures this is a proper pub and I should like it a lot more than I do. Not sure what’s missing.
Dark two room bar with classic feeling. 21 beers on tap - all craft, not particulary local but interesting list. Service was friendly. On Sunday afternoon this was not hipster place but had more like a dive bar character. Worth of check if you are around.
Great Brooklyn craftbeer bar on Smith Street not far from a number of other classics in the same neighborhood. This one is a bit older with a lot of character. The beer selection is really great (had a red beet beer when there recently), and the staff is very helpful. The place is a bit of a dive bar but definitely in a good way. They allow dogs too...so you know their good people. This is a must stop on any Brooklyn pub crawl.
While it’s not my neighborhood, this is a fantastic neighborhood bar slightly in the dive-y end of the spectrum that has a an awesome easy going draft menu. The bartender was fast and playing the best tunes I’ve heard in a bar in a while. Proper. I should have come years ago. Shame on me.