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Brewery ARS

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This 10-barrel brewhouse that's inside of a South Philly garage is pretty small—if you bring a group here you may have to share a seat or two. And since it’s not the biggest spot, it has the atmosphere of a rowdy neighborhood bar. You can sip on creative brews like lemon drop IPAs, buckwheat and rye saisons, and some pale ales that cost around $4 for an eight-ounce pour. Along with all the different beer, they have snacks like chips and soft pretzels that you can bite into and forget about that meeting that should've been an email. 

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