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This storefront beer emporium is your favorite beer tasting room meets your favorite beer store. The front of Top Hops is sort of general store wood decor with a curved bar and maybe 15 beers on tap. A chalkboard behind the bar tells you beer style, ABV, when the keg was tapped, when the beer lines were cleaned etc. The back of the store is all standing cases stocked with more than 600 bottles. If you live, dream and love to talk about beer, this is your kind of place. They seemed to have a good selection of N.E. American beers that you don't see much in these parts. I enjoyed a Boris
I have visited Downtown Crown Wine and Beer a few times to browse their selection of beer. I have never been a patron until this weekend. It is located in the new Crown development in Gaithersburg, right by the Sam Eig exit from I-270. As far as Montgomery County goes, they may have the best beer selection available (I can't speak to the wine). In addition to their selection of bottles, they have 15 draft lines. They sell beer by the glass and growler. They also sell wine by the glass. Food is limited to a few cheese/meat boards, and other little nibbles. I went on Saturday with a few
The time is nigh for Right Proper to open its doors in Shaw around the corner from the burgeoning row of eateries on 7th St. City Paper has a write up on what to expect and when ("early December", permits pending). Initial focus seems to be getting some standard regular beers on rotation using the new system, but it will be very interesting to see what Zeender comes up with once the place is operating on all cylinders. "Farmhouse ales" fermented with brett and other funky strains of yeasts seem to be the next big thing on the microbrewing front, but it looks like he is really going to walk
Surprised this didn't show up in a search - maybe my litte secret. As expected in a brewpub, the food at Growlers is casual and 'manly' - basic meats, pizzas, burgers and such. I'm thowing it up for consideration as they really do put in an effort in the kitchen. The personal pizzas are a very thin, house made crust with fresh toppings. The Athenian was awesome, with sharp feta and onions. My wife had the basic pizza and it was also good. The bugers are also good - they aren't dense like some and the buns are light and fresh - a complement, not a detriment. We've tried the choriburger