If you’re a beer lover like me then you tend to stick to your favorites with a new one wedged in here or there. But with new beer comes new risks, and if you find one that doesn’t give you ‘beer sweats,’ or a massive headache the next morning then you might have found yourself one beer to stick by. So we’re introducing a new segment on Independent Media Magazine, offering 10 bars to find one specific kind of beer in New York City.
In this edition we’re giving Sierra Nevada lovers 10 bars to find their favorite beer on draft.
Here are 10 bars that spread from uptown to downtown offering Sierra Nevada Pale Ale on draft…
Wicker Park: Offers a 16 oz. for $6. It’s located on 1469 3rd Avenue, on the corner of 83rd street and 3rd Avenue.
Village Pourhouse: This college bar has a 16 oz. Sierra for $6. It’s on 3rd Avenue and 11th Street.
Brass Monkey: They serve a 16 oz. Sierra for $6. The local can be found on 55 Little West 12st, right next to the Hudson River.
Cornerstone Tavern: Much like the aforementioned bars, they too offer a $6 Pale Ale. The bar can be found on 961 Second Avenue, on 51st Street and 2nd Avenue.
Southern Hospitality: They’ve got a 16 oz. Sierra Nevada for six bucks. The bar is on 2nd Avenue, between 76th and 77th.
Blind Pig: This sports bar has a 16 oz. Sierra for $6 too. It’s located on 14th Street between 2nd and 3rd Avenue.
Swig Bar & Grill: A common trend is developing in case you haven’t noticed; this bar also gives a 16 oz. Sierra for $6. It’s located on 2nd Avenue between 84th and 85th.
Puck Fair: Finally a break from the norm, they’ve got a 20 oz. Sierra Nevada for $7. It’s located on 298 Lafayette Street, a few steps from Houston Street.
Dempseys: Located between 3rd and 4th street on 2nd Avenue, they’ve got a 16 oz. Sierra for six bucks.
Swift Hibernian Lounge: They’ve got the best Sierra Nevada deal out of the 10 bars we’ve mentioned, offering a 20 oz. for only six bucks. It’s located on 4th street between Lafayette and the Bowery.
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