Food & Drink

Grab a growler on your way home

Because apparently a house is not a home unless it has sh*t tons of beer, this outpost of the BK beer lover's paradise has brought its sudsy "necessities" to a slim Grand Central storefront that resembles a miniature general store, with the main nook's walnut shelves bursting with bottles and carefully curated brewcompaniments, and the walk-in fridge loaded with frostier bevs. A breakdown of the brew:

Bottles A "quickly rotating" selection of 65-100 bottles are arranged according to flavor profiles, running from lighter, beginning-of-a-meal fare and progressing to richer brews to cap off your sesh. While all will be crafty/micro, the top shelves are stocked with rare suds for special occasions, like National High Five Month, and Tuesdays.

Bigger Bottles Take-away growlers can be filled with one of six kegs hooked up to a pressurized system that's essentially a mini bottling factory -- ensuring minimal loss of carbonation -- with past offerings including Evil Twin Ashtray Heart, Kuhnhenn DRIPA, and JW Lees Moonraker Zytamore, which will only make you think Hugo Drax has repopulated the world with beautiful people, and you're one of them.

More Specially curated due to their most excellent beer-friendly qualities, expect to find a very special selection of malt/beer vinegars, mustards, pickles and 'kraut from Rick's, plus baked goods, which you won't need to be yourself now that your house is totally loaded with beer.