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What It Means To Be A Beer Bar

  There has never been a better time for the world of beer than today. The choices you have when it comes to what you want to drink is limitless. This is a renaissance for the beer industry and one where craft beer drinkers help sway what breweries produce. Since the movement of craft beer is grassroots, it's taken nearly 30 years for beer drinkers to have a choice in what they choose to drink. While choice remains mainly in liquor, wine, and spirit stores, many establishments are opening up that allow beer drinkers to continue to enjoy their craft beer in a public setting. Enter beer bars. The typical bar has been in existence for over 100 years serving basic bar food and a slew of macro brewed crap  (light lagers, pale color, no flavor, all fizz). With the renaissance of the beer industry through craft beer the typical bar while still relevant is a dying breed. Beer bars are popping up left and right and giving your typical bar a run for it's money. No

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