Joining a family of bars that already includes Mission Dolores and The Owl Farm, this hops sanctuary is a haven for beer dorks, thanks to a draft list that ranges from Two Brothers Heavy Handed Cascade to Narragansett Lager, as well as ultra-rare and oddball selections that're part of their "bottle of the month" feature, like Sagra Bohío, and a Mikkeller/Anchorage collab called 'AK Alive!'
Hops & Hocks
Think of Hops & Hocks as an upscale mini-mart that specializes in craft beers and charcuterie. It's owned by the same folks behind Stinky Bklyn and sports 17 taps, a build-your-own six-pack component, and the “ham bar”, a counter with two-to-three cured pork legs, as well as a healthy selection of accoutrements like mustard, pickles, and a variety of cheeses.
Upper East Side
Co-owned by food blogger/lawyer Andy Freedman and the owner of Long Island City's Alewife is the proverbial public house triple-threat with an espresso counter for the morning rush, a seasonal beer garden, and a full, non-garden bar stocked with a laundry list of brewage, like bottles of Hof Ten Dormaal Barrel Aged Project #9, casks of Bear Republic Racer X, and 20 rotating drafts, as well as small plates like house-made Sriracha peas & nacho-flavored popcorn. Also: there's a cocktail lab class Thursdays through Sundays!