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Draft Beers No Pub or Bar Should Be Without

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Beer is a more popular refreshment than ever, as craft beer culture has taken off across the country. Therefore, any respectable bar or pub should have a decent tap selection to offer to customers who are seeking tasty brews served in the proper fashion. Here is a look at the styles and brands that will keep all your beer-loving regulars happy.


Poured from a nitro tap, Guinness is a rich and creamy stout that is universally beloved by beer drinkers. The official Guinness pour is essential for complete enjoyment of this lighter-bodied beer, so be sure that your bar staff knows the technique.

Pale Ale

Beers with a heavy hop emphasis are growing in popularity, and they have a more playful character that is just right for pairing with food or enjoying on their own without a heavy feeling after a pint. Sierra Nevada is the standard pale ale of choice for many West Coast establishments, but there are some excellent options to explore from the California coast and the numerous craft breweries of Colorado.


Those who are just beginning to appreciate beer tend to gravitate toward light and fruity Hefeweizens, and there are many to choose from when you make a selection for your establishment. You might go with a common brand such as Blue Moon, or you could explore some of the excellent craft beers made locally in California.


Fat Tire is a favorite amber that is seen in many bars around the country. It is a great middle ground beer with a slightly heavier body than Hefeweizen but a decidedly lighter feel than stouts or porters.

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