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America's Best Beer Bars

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Courtesy of Neighborhood Restaurant Group

From modern watering holes to rustic taverns, a craft beer trail has taken shape at America’s best beer bars.

ChurchKey, D.C.

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Beer director Greg Engert—once named Sommelier of the Year by Food & Wine—is such a beer geek that his bar’s menu of five cask ales, 50 drafts, and 500 handpicked bottles is smartly divided according to his own flavor profiles: crisp, hop, roast, malt, fruit & spice, and tart & funky. Staff receives extensive training in all beers and can intuit the perfect pour based on your taste preferences. It’s no wonder this swank multilevel space in Logan Circle is packed with a diverse mix of patrons, from suits to sneakers, especially on weekends. churchkeydc.com

America's Best Beer Bars

ChurchKey, D.C.

Beer director Greg Engert—once named Sommelier of the Year by Food & Wine—is such a beer geek that his bar’s menu of five cask ales, 50 drafts, and 500 handpicked bottles is smartly divided according to his own flavor profiles: crisp, hop, roast, malt, fruit & spice, and tart & funky. Staff receives extensive training in all beers and can intuit the perfect pour based on your taste preferences. It’s no wonder this swank multilevel space in Logan Circle is packed with a diverse mix of patrons, from suits to sneakers, especially on weekends. churchkeydc.com

Courtesy of Neighborhood Restaurant Group
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