Perihelion is a place that feels designed for fall - with an outdoor fire pit, barrels everywhere, an open kitchen that makes the tasting room nice and warm, and an overall woodsy vibe. But it’s also pretty great any time of the year. They have a solid menu of bar snacks (along with an incredible burger), great music, and beers that range from apricot sour and roasted pepper IPA to classics like scotch ale and oatmeal stout. Use it for your next group hang, guys night, or even the next time you want a solo beer.
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