Taverns with megataps


Walking man's Knuckle DraggerWhile Stan Hieronymus and Daria Labinsky (authors of The Beer Lover's Guide to the USA: Brewpubs, Taverns, and Good Beer Bars) refer to mega taps as taverns with 80 or more tap handles, we are defining mega taps as 20 or more tap handles of micro and craft beers.

These are places where you can expect a wide range of beer varieties, and output from many different breweries. Some of the beer menus stay relatively static; others, like Concordia Ale House, change every time a keg blows.

We're covering Concordia, natch, Henry's 12th St Tavern, the Horse Brass Pub, and the Rose and Raindrop.

Are there others we're missing? Let me know!

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September 27, 2006 | Permalink | Comments (4)


Bridger said:

That sounds like an excellent idea.

Angelhair said:

Rogue has over 20, but most of them are theirs.
The Dublin Pub has between 20 and 30.
Moon and Six has quite a few, but I am not sure if they have 20.

vj said:

You know, now that you mention it, Moon & 6 does have twenty, and a good mix. Thank you! I'll have to add it. I've never been out to the Dublin--sounds like time for some westside factfinding. And yeah, Rogue has a ton of taps, but not really a variety of brewers.

dieselboi said:

Higgins has only about 10+ taps - all good quality beer, and a great bottle selection. Gustav's on Sandy used to have about 20 taps. Not sure if they still do.

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