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Alehouse Project

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The are three things that make a good beer bar. The first is obviously a good selection of beer but it's much more than that. The beers must turn over continuously as to offer the customer a differing range. Many beer places around town seem to have the same 5 taps on forever. We really appreciate hard to find collaboration brews or rare seasonal drops. A hand pump doesn't go astray either. Secondly the food must cater for the beers on offer. High quality produce and interesting variations of common pub meals are the go. Thirdly the dynamics of the space should facilitate communal drinking. Large wooden tables, intimate beer gardens, etc. A space that gets people talking. Thank you Alehouse for nailing all three.

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Day Time Special Details Rating Type
Wed 17:00-22:00 $15 chicken/vegan parmas
Thu 17:00-22:00 $1 wing thursdays - 6 for $6
Sun 17:00-22:00 $15 jugs all day (bartender's choice)
Sun 17:00-22:00 With every meal, get the second half price
Sun 12:00-22:00 $12 Burgers (excluded the "Senior")

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