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Best Beer Bar – Boston Day 2
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Best Beer Bar – Boston Day 2

By Jasmine · August 6th, 2008 · 1 Comment

Public House

I’m going to say it right up front–The Publick House in the Brookline neighborhood of Boston is the best beer bar I have ever been to. Ever. It’s not just the wide variety of beers–both Belgian and American–available. I’ve seen places like Toronado and The Ginger Man that have just as many. It’s not just the atmosphere–hoards of young people looking for pints of Allagash White. It’s all those things PLUS the best food I’veMeatloaf ever had at any beer centric establishment.

While we waited for a table (get there EARLY!), I had a bottle of Saxo, and Joe had a Weissbeer on tap from Victory Brewing. Table service, once we got there, was pretty fast, though harried. We started with an appetizer size pot of mussels, which we couldn’t finish. Our main courses were what I will alway remember though: meatloaf with mashed potatoes and Maytag cheese and a fish stew. Fish Stew

My other favorite thing about this place is the samplers. I always assign bonus points for samplers. It’s $1.50 for most American beers, $2 for Belgian or anything over 9%. The one I was most proud of was the dessert sampler we concocted for ourselves. SamplerIt included Southern Tier Creme Brulee, Triticus Wheat Wine, Founders Rubaeus (raspberry) and Atomium Grand Cru. You could smell the creme brulee from two feet away.

The Publick House is easy to get to–the T runs right in front and drops you off just a block away. If you can’t get a table, you can order food at the bar if you can score a stool. It’s well worth elbowing your way in.

Tags: Beer & Food · Beerventures

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  • 1 Joe Ruvel // Aug 8, 2008 at 9:37 am

    I would just like to add that, while I also felt that the Publick House rocked, it does not eclipse Toronado on my list. But damn that food was good. Oh and another beer that I really liked was Unibroue Raftman on tap. So yeah – go to the Publick House next time you are in Boston.

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