Forest City Brewery
Housed in an early 20th-century tap house alongside a dance studio, a coffee company, a meadery, and a cycle-touring business, this brewery’s antique store kitsch feels perfectly at home. You’ll find vintage brewery paraphernalia, antique furniture, exposed weathered brick, and exposed wood, but most importantly you’ll find brews that are anything but the beers of yore. Watch the Browns and Indians on the big screen and sip on beers like the Belgian-inspired Tomahawk Tripel (mildly hoppy bitterness with citrus notes and a peppery bite) and tart German-style Redline Greenway Berliner Weiss (cloudy in appearance and wheaty and slightly bitter in taste). Their tap list is always changing with the season, some even the month, so keep an eye on their website.