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Down The Road Beer Co.

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Down the Road in Everett is one of the only eating and drinking establishments we know of where dogs are allowed inside. Trust us when we tell you that if you’ve never seen a pug quietly sitting on a bar stool while its owner drinks a beer and does a crossword puzzle, you need to. And while a lot of breweries have live music, this is the only one that takes it seriously enough to build a stage and a club-quality lighting system instead of just sticking the band in front of some fermentation tanks. There’s no food here, but there’s great beer, pinball machines, and pretty much anything else you’d want on a Saturday afternoon.

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