If you drink craft beer – especially if you call it craft beer and/or drink it exclusively – you probably know where to go to get it, and you probably know what to look for when you’re out somewhere to know if the place has a decent craft selection. Fortunately, the list of businesses that offer good damn beer is being added to all the time. It’s always a nice surprise to look at menu or in a cooler behind a bar in a place you didn’t expect and notice an intentionally organized space for some friendly names.
But no matter how mainstream craft beer is becoming, there are still places that offer just a couple of good options or don’t offer craft beer AT ALL. Can you believe that? Unfortunately, we can’t always pick the places where we go to eat, watch the game or dance and party late at night. So, it follows that many devout craft loyalists will find themselves in situations where they have the singular choice between drinking a macro or not drinking beer at all.
The Brew Studs sincerely hope that the members of Craft Beer Nation are able to find the courage and strength of mind that is required of one in order to survive these ordeals and the compromised durations of time that inevitably follow. Yes, drinking craft beer makes some things more fun for us, or it makes other things beareable at all. What we would like to know from you is where you most commonly find yourself having to settle for a macro or a beer that just doesn’t match the nuances of your ever evolving palate and the complexity of your intuitively rearranged taste buds.
Which of these venues do you feel has a limited or no craft beer selection most often?
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