|Church Brew Works||
Wow! I had been told that this place was in an old
church but I was unprepared for the spectacular interior.
It really is a church, with brewing vessels instead of
the altar and dining tables instead of pews. Their beer
is superb - I especially enjoyed rather too much of their
cask conditioned and hand pumped Honey Amber Ale on my first visit.
It's a very popular place for a meal out so you
might have to wait some time for a table, but the food is
definitely worth the wait - I can recommend the buffalo
meat loaf and the crab cakes, and a friend described the pizza as the best he'd
eaten! A special mention also for the friendly barman who found time for a laugh
and a joke despite being extremely busy.
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Last visited June 2001
|Liberty Avenue / 36th Street|
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