Does every great beer bar need to have brick walls, long banquettes, and a friendly bartender with an Irish accent? No, but it helps. And that’s what you’ll find at The Beerkeeper in Woodside. We can’t actually guarantee your bartender will be Irish (the employee schedule is not publicly available), but we can promise good beers on draft. And if you want to watch sports, there are plenty of TVs here. Try this place for a casual drink with a couple of friends, or bring a date and sit at a table in the back.
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Where to drink craft beer in a place that probably has brick walls and tastefully labeled taps.
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