Drink Like a Local in 6 Beer Cities

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Brooklyn's Barcade is a warehouse-like space with mismatched bar stools—it's part bar and part vintage video game parlor.
— Courtesy Barcade
The simple and elegant Beer Table in Brooklyn is for sipping unusual brews and discussing hop varieties rather than chugging cans and talking football.
— Courtesy Beer Table
Beer Table serves local brews that include Captain Lawrence and Sixpoint.
— Courtesy Beer Table
Colorado has more than 100 craft breweries, and the best may be Denver's Great Divide.
— Courtesy Great Divide Tap Room
Great Divide brews intense beers with expansive flavors that match the local landscape.
— Courtesy Great Divide Tap Room
Wynkoop Brewing Company is in an imposing redbrick building in Denver's LoDo, the city's gallery- and loft-filled lower downtown. Its brews are complemented by upscale bar food that includes a buffalo burger and shepherd's pie made with local lamb.
— John Rambow
Standard Tap unites Philadelphians looking for an unpretentious place to eat and drink beer.
— Jim Reed
Patrons at Standard Tap enjoy food and beers sourced primarily from southern Pennsylvania.
— G. Widman for GPTMC
Red Rock Brewing Company in Salt Lake City has racked up numerous awards for its beers.
— Courtesy Red Rock Brewing Company
Red Rock also serves handcrafted sodas and an extensive America-meets-Italy menu.
— Courtesy Red Rock Brewing Company
IPA Junior, a sweet and hop-heavy ale, is a favorite among Red Rock's brews.
— Courtesy Red Rock Brewing Company

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