Os Melhores Bares de Cerveja do Mundo #The 21 Best Beer Bars In The World

 

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It’s hard enough to find a good beer bar in your city. But to find the best beer bars in the world? That is a Herculean task of, um, Herculean proportions, so we selfishly passed along the responsibility to our beer expert (and owner of his own damn fine beer bar) Zach Mack. He scoured the globe to find the 21 best, most knowledgeable and unique places to enjoy a beer on almost every continent (you suck at beer, Antarctica!). If you think he missed a spot, or you just want to tell him about the suds selection in Antarctica, do so in the comments, but, until then, grab a beer and start researching flights. You’ve got a lot of places to go:

Akkurat

Stockholm, Sweden
What you’re drinking: Cantillon Gueuze


One’s mind doesn’t always drift to Sweden when it comes to beer, but Akkurat is a classic on the beer cult scene with a massive following of devoted imbibers. You will always find a coveted Cantillon on draft, but that’s not even close to the end of it: their bottle list has over 600 entries, including cuvées and cellared vintage beauties you won’t find anywhere else, period. And if you’re looking to jump headfirst into the heavy stuff, their whisky club (which clocks in at five pages long) and the food menu are far from an afterthought.
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Bakusyu Club Popeye

Tokyo, Japan
What you’re drinking: Yo-Ho Tokyo Black Porter


In a culture that appreciates beer as much as Japan, it’s not surprising that Tokyo is host to one of the most respected craft beer spots in Asia. The beer menu may feel like it’s over the top (and the website looks like something straight out of 1997), but its 70 tap lines veer through Japan’s impressive brewing landscape including Hitachino and Ise Kadoya, while still saving room for American and European guest stars. The menu of simple but memorable Japanese fare doesn’t hurt matters, either.
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Beerhouse on Long

Cape Town, South Africa
What you’re drinking: Devil’s Peak King’s Blockhouse IPA
Even if they often don’t rank in beer aficionados’ typical lists, the Beerhouse on Long is an oasis in Africa for anyone curious about the exploding craft beer movement on the continent. Their beer list is physically massive, not only because of 20 taps and over 100 bottles available, but also thanks to the pages dedicated to education on styles and local production. Their commitment to highlighting African brews makes them a true standout, especially since opening a second location in Johannesburg in July of 2014.

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The Brew Dock

Dublin, Ireland
What you’re drinking: Galway Bay Of Foam and Fury Imperial IPA
Ireland has Guinness, but the country only recently started to redevelop a true craft beer scene. Brew Dock turns the trend of dingy Irish bars with pints full of stouts on its head: they’ve got 24 taps (many of which pour beers from the bar’s proprietary brewery, Galway Bay) and over 100 bottles from around the world, all served with appropriate glassware (a true rarity in Dublin). The one aspect that holds true to the Irish pub stereotype? The awesome, friendly vibe and chatty locals that haunt the stools.

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Brothers Beer

Auckland, New Zealand
What you’re drinking: Brothers Auckland Pale Ale
A sweet brewpub, an impressive bottle shop, a charming local watering hole… Brothers Beer is new to Auckland, but it ticks off too many boxes to be passed up by any beer lover, local or traveling. If you’re going to forgo one of the fantastic house-brewed options, there are plenty of other incredible local beers on the 18 taps and among the 200+ bottles, including Yeastie Boys, Liberty Brewing, and ParrotDog.

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Café Abseits

cafe abseits

Bamburg, Germany
What you’re drinking: Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Urbock
If it weren’t for the fact that a large portion of Café Abseits is a lively outdoor biergarden, you would be able to say that they boast the most solid collection of German beers (Bavarian and otherwise) under one roof. Ayinger, Weihenstephaner, Andechser, and, especially, the local darlings Schlenkerla and Weyermann are all featured prominently on the bottle list, which, true to German style, rotates to reflect seasonally appropriate beers. The owner, Gerhard, is legendary amongst visitors for his hospitality and heavy hand.

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Cardinal Pub

cardinal pub stavanger

Stavanger, Norway
What you’re drinking: Nøgne Ø Tiger Tripel
The Cardinal hits right at the heart of Scandinavian beer culture. They offer themed tastings (including Danish and British planks) to help you work your way through their tome of a beer list. Their 22 draft lines and around 550 bottles are also open to crowdsourcing: the owners urge beer lovers to send the bar a bottle of their brew. If they’re wowed, they’ll import it themselves, and add it to their list.

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Chez Moeder Lambic

Saint-Gilles, Belgium
What you’re drinking: Cantillon Kriekenlambik
Even in a country as inundated with beer bars as Belgium, there are few doing as impressive a job as Chez Moeder Lambic. There’s clean, modern décor in place of tired faux-abbey vibes, an emphasis on slow food, and one of the best-curated lists of regional and vintage beers in the world. Pop open a lambic on their terrace on a warm day before (or after) ambling over to Cantillon Brewery, which is just a short walk away.

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Churchkey

Washington, DC, USA
What you’re drinking: Stillwater Cellar Door
Chances are if you’re a beer geek on the East Coast, you’ve spent (or at least dreamed of spending) an evening at Churchkey. Thanks to DC’s unique liquor laws, their 55 draft lines and 500+ bottles pour some of the best beers from across this great nation of ours, from sea (the District’s own DC Brau or Baltimore’s Stillwater) to shining sea (California’s Lagunitas, Green Flash, and AleSmith).

Csak a jó sör

Csakajósör

Budapest, Hungary
What you’re drinking: Fóti Kézműves Sörfőzde Keserű Méz
The name (which translates as “Only Good Beer”) does not lie: Budapest’s best beer bar and bottle shop carries the who’s who of Hungarian brews and global favorites. The owner, who himself is a gypsy brewer (the kind who travels around to make beer, not the type who curses your family), supports locals on draft. If you’re feeling homesick, one of the 200 or so bottles will almost definitely hit close to home — wherever that is. Unless you’re a gypsy.

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Dieu du Ciel

Montreal, Quebec
What you’re drinking: Dieu du Ciel Aphrodisiaque
There’s no questioning it: some of the best beer in North America is coming from Quebec, and Dieu du Ciel cements Montreal’s status as a beer lover’s paradise. The Belgian-themed brewery itself is just out of town in Saint-Jerome, but their Mile End brewpub showcases some of their best offerings, paired right up against Quebec cheeses and famous Montreal bagels. The educated staff (who will take your order in French or English) and the casual vibe solidify its legendary status in a city already filled with incredible beer options.

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Empório Alto dos Pinheiros

São Paulo, Brazil
What you’re drinking: 3 Lobos Pele Vermelha IPA
Maybe it’s the 33 taps that feature some old international friends (To Øl, Evil Twin, Ballast Point), as well as the best Brazil has to offer. Or the fact that you’re surrounded by cases filled with over 700 bottles that you can drink right on the spot. Or that its bottle shop concept will have you picking up stuff to go. Or maybe it’s just the fact that with its outdoor seating and open-air terrace, Empório Altos dos Pinheiros just might be the only reason to ditch the beach for the bar.

Euston Tap

London, England
What you’re drinking: Thornbridge Dry-hopped Jaipur from cask
What the Euston Tap lacks in bountiful space (it’s housed in a Victorian-era gatehouse) it makes up for with a killer location and impeccable style. The 150 bottles and 20 rotating draft lines host some impressive guests for certain, but the highlight here is the eight rotating casks (true to English tastes), showcasing brews from the likes of Thornbridge, Hewitt’s, and Liverpool. And if you feel like changing it up from beer, their sister pub across the street, the Cider Tap, is London’s only dedicated cider bar.

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The Globe

Hong Kong, China
What you’re drinking: Young Master Mo’ Mo’ Wit
Even though it’s not hard to find a place to grab a beer in central Hong Kong, it is very challenging to find a bar with a good selection. The Globe achieves just that: it’s a solid gastropub with 18 rotating drafts highlighting plenty of local, Japanese, American, and European craft brews (which also helps explain the droves of expats that frequent the bar). Their list of over 100 bottles is unparalleled on the island, and bartenders are more than willing to guide you through it with a private tasting.

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La Fine Mousse

Paris, France
What you’re drinking: Saint Germain Page 24 Réserve Hildegarde Blonde
In a city that’s much more known for its wine culture than its brew devotion, the past few years have been very exciting for Parisian beer geeks. The 11th arrondissement’s La Fine Mousse is helping elevate beer drinking with 20 taps and 150 bottles of France’s best, while also highlighting France’s Belgian beer obsession with plenty of brews from de la Senne and Dupont.

The Local Pub

Athens, Greece
What you’re drinking: Septem Citra Single Hop IPA
Those Greeks are at it again! First they invent democracy, and then they open up a quaint, cozy pub with a world-class beer selection. Their 20 draft lines and 100 available bottles showcase the comfort classics like AleSmith IPA and Sierra Nevada Narwhal, while still showing love to domestic breweries like Septem. Cross your fingers and try to catch them on one of their famous BBQ nights: it’s a literal sausage fest.

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The Local Taphouse

Sydney, Australia
What you’re drinking: Kaiju! Where Strides the Behemoth Black IPA
There are arguably few countries that have benefited from the rise of craft beer as much as Australia, and the Local Taphouse is proof. Their 20 draft lines and over 300 bottles showcase some of the best domestic and Kiwi beers, including Mountain Goat, Hargreaves Hill, and Yeastie Boys, as well as some majorly impressive international crafts. The cozy-but-not-so-cozy-it-veers-into-mancave-territory ambiance and the attached bottle shop solidify the experience as one of the best you can get in Oz.

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Ma Che Siete Venuti a Fà

Rome, Italy
What you’re drinking: LoverBeer BeerBera
This is a hole-in-the-wall spot if there ever was one, but appearances are incredibly deceiving in this case. Even outside the stellar bottle and draft list, they’ve paid attention to everything: optimal head creation on beers, intense dedication to proper glassware, and using two separate refrigerators to optimize serving temperatures, just to name a few.

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Mikkeller

Copenhagen, Denmark
What you’re drinking: Mikkeller SpontanGooseberry
The inclusion of Mikkeller on a menu is sort of becoming a global indicator of a “well thought out beer list”. Not surprisingly, their eponymous bar somehow manages to be as cool as the brand itself, with sleek, minimal Danish décor (how are they always so good at furniture?!) and a beer list for the ages. Even if you decide to veer off course from the namesake beers, you still really can’t go wrong: there are top-notch brews from Three Floyds, Lost Abbey, and Ballast Point.

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Tørst

Brooklyn, USA
What you’re drinking: Evil Twin Imperial Doughnut Break
If you’re a fan of Evil Twin beer, there’s absolutely no way Tørst hasn’t crossed your radar by now. Their operation — from their top of the line draft system to the availability of incredible kegs from the likes of the aforementioned Evil Twin and Stillwater to the stellar bottle list — is top-notch to the very end. Luksus, the in-house restaurant, also has the special distinction of being the singular beer-only restaurant ever to receive a Michelin star: needless to say, the beer-paired tasting menu is arguably the best in the land.

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Zly Casy

Prague, Czech Republic
What you’re drinking: Kocour Catfish Sumeček
It’s fitting that a country credited with turning beer popularity on its head is host to one of the world’s most unique beer bar experiences. Zly Casy’s expansive layout rewards you for your adventurousness: each of the three floors offers a different splay of beer, built around a solid selection of local craft brews and internationally adored favorites. It’s also worth mentioning that the goulash alone is worth the trip.

From: the Great Thrillist
Versão em Português

1# AKKURAT (ESTOCOLMO, SUÉCIA)

Akkurat (Estocolmo, Suécia) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada:
Cantillon Gueuze
Apesar de não ser um país muito conhecido pela cultura cervejeira, o bar Akkurat é um clássico em cervejas especiais. O cardápio inclui mais de 600 tipos diferentes de rótulos, muitos deles raros.

2# BAKUSYU POPEYE CLUB (TÓQUIO, JAPÃO)

Bakusyu Popeye Club (Tóquio, Japão) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada:
Yo-Ho Tokyo Black Porter
Em um país que respeita cerveja, não é surpreendente que sua capital tenha um dos mais respeitáveis espaços para cervejas artesanais. Cervejarias da região são facilmente encontradas, como Hitachino e Ise Kadoya, além de rótulos americanos e europeus.

3# BEERHOUSE ON LONG (CAPE TOWN, ÁFRICA DO SUL)

Beerhouse on Long (Cape Town, África do Sul) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada:
Devil’s Peak King’s Blockhouse IPA
Apesar de não constar na lista de lugares para afficionados de cerveja, o lugar é um oásis na África para qualquer pessoa que curta rótulos especiais no continente. São 20 biqueiras de chopp e mais de 100 garrafas disponíveis, mas o interessante mesmo é apreciar as cervejarias locais, orgulho do bar.

4# THE BREW DOCK (DUBLIN, IRLANDA)

The Brew Dock (Dublin, Irlanda) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada:
Galway Bay Of Foam and Fury Imperial IPA
Apesar da propaganda, nem só de Guinness vive a Irlanda. Para você que está de saco cheio dos mesmos rótulos vendidos nos pubs, vale a pena conferir este bar com 24 biqueiras (algumas delas com a cervejaria dona do bar Galway Bay) e mais de 100 rótulos de todo mundo, todos servidos com o copo apropriado (raridade em Dublin).

5# BROTHERS BEER (AUCKLAND, NOVA ZELÂNDIA)

Brothers Beer 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada
: Brothers Auckland Pale Ale
Com um misto de empório e brewpub, o espaço ganha destaque por ser uma fábrica bar com 18 torneiras e mais de 200 garrafas, com muitas cervejarias locais.

6# CAFÉ ABSEITS (BAMBURG, ALEMANHA)

Café Abseits (Bamburg, Alemanha) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada:
Aecht Schlenkerla Rauchbier Urbock
Além de ser um biergardten bem famoso (restaurante ao ar livre), o espaço conta com uma das melhores seleções de cervejas alemãs. Ayinger, Weihenstephaner, Andechser, e, especialmente, as queridinhas locais Schlenkerla e Weyermann aparecem com destaque na lista, que, fiel ao estilo alemão, gira para refletir cervejas sazonais adequadas. O proprietário, Gerhard, é lendária entre os visitantes por sua hospitalidade e mão pesada.

7# CARDINAL PUB (STAVANGER, NORUEGA)

Cardinal Pub (Stavanger, Noruega) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada
: Nøgne Ø Tiger Tripel
No coração da cultura escandinava, o bar oferece degustações temáticas, incluindo rótulos dinamarqueses e britânicos. São 22 biqueiras de chopp e cerca de 550 garrafas. Se você for um fabricante de cerveja artesanal, pode até ter o seu rótulo comercializado pelos donos do espaço, basta que eles gostem da sua receita.

8# CHEZ MOEDER LAMBIC (SAINT GILLES, BÉLGICA)

Chez Moeder Lambic (Saint Gilles, Bélgica) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada
: Cantillon Kriekenlambik
País conhecido por sua tradição de bons rótulos artesanais tem no bar um diferencial. Com decoração moderna e apostando no slow food, tem um lista de respeito com as cervejas regionais e do velho mundo. Perfeito para degustar uma lambic em dias quentes.

9# CHURCHKEY (WASHINGTON, EUA)

Churchkey (Washington, EUA) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada:
Stillwater Cellar Door
O Churchkey é considerado um parque de diversões para os amantes de cervejas da costa leste dos EUA. Não é para menos, são 55 torneiras de chopp, além de mais de 500 rótulos contando com as melhores brejas dos EUA.

10# CSAK A JÓ SÖR (BUDAPEST, HUNGRIA)

Csak a jó sör (Budapest, Hungria) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada
: Fóti Kézműves Sörfőzde Keserű Méz
O nome da casa já diz tudo (Somente Boas Cervejas, em tradução), com rótulos locais e do mundo inteiro. O proprietário é um cervejeiro cigano que viaja pelo mundo para fazer sua cerveja nos mais diversos locais. No espaço, cerca de 200 rótulos podem ser apreciados.

11# DIEU DU CIEL (MONTREAL, CANADÁ)

Dieu du Ciel (Montreal, Canadá) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada
: Dieu du Ciel Aphrodisiaque
Uma das melhores cervejas da América do Norte (que chegou ao Brasil pelas mãos da Best Beer), seu bar é um paraíso para os amantes de cerveja. Seu brewpub oferece todas as suas opções, além de rótulos de outros países. Vale apena conferir os queijos locais, oferecidos no espaço.

12# EMPÓRIO ALTO DOS PINHEIROS (SÃO PAULO BRASIL)

Empório Alto dos Pinheiros (São Paulo Brasil) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada:
3 Lobos Pele Vermelha IPA
Talvez seja pelo fato do bar contar com 33 torneiras de chopp, entre nacionais e internacionais (Evil Twin, Ballast Point, entre outro). Ou pelo fato de você poder optar por mais de 700 rótulos para beber no locar. O fato é que o bar comandado por Paulo Almeida já virou uma referência no cenário cervejeiro, sendo o principal local para lançamento e divulgação de novos rótulos que chegam na cidade.

13# EUSTON TAP (LONDRES, INGLATERRA)

Euston Tap (Londres, Inglaterra) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada:
Thornbridge Dry-hopped Jaipur de barril
Apesar do espaço pequeno, o pub com decoração da era vitoriana é ideal para apreciar rótulos do gosto inglês. São 150 tipos de garrafa e 20 torneiras que funcionam de modo rotativo.

14# THE GLOBE (HONG KONG, CHINA)

The Globe (Hong Kong, China) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada:
Young Master Mo’ Mo’ Wit
Apesar de não ser difícil encontrar um bar em Hong Kong, é complicado achar um com boas opções de cerveja. O espaço é um gastropub com 18 biqueiras de chopp rotativas, destacando rótulos artesanais japoneses, americanos e europeus. Sua lista de mais de 100 garrafas é inigualável na ilha, e bartenders estão mais do que dispostos a guiá-lo com uma degustação privada.

15# LA FINE MOUSSE (PARIS, FRANÇA)

La Fine Mousse (Paris, França) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada
: Saint Germain Page 24 Réserve Hildegarde Blonde
Apesar de ser uma cidade conhecida pela cultura e devoção ao vinho, muitos lugares têm se dedicado aos amantes de cerveja. O La Fine Mousse é um deles, com 20 torneiras de chopp e 150 garrafas diferentes, destacando rótulos franceses e belgas.

16# THE LOCAL PUB (ATENAS, GRÉCIA)

The Local Pub (Atenas, Grécia) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada:
Septem Citra Single Hop IPA
Quem pensa que os gregos só gostam de venerar Baco, errou. O The Local Pub é um bar com 20 biqueiras de chopp, além de ter 100 rótulos disponíveis para degustação. Além de clássicos como AleSmith IPA e Sierra Nevada Narwhal, eles valorizama cervejaria nacional Septem.

17# THE LOCAL TAPHOUSE (SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA)

The Local Taphouse (Sydney, Australia) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada:
Kaiju! Where Strides the Behemoth Black IPA
A austrália foi um dos países que se beneficiaram com o aumento do consumo de cervejas artesanais. O pub é uma prova disso, com 20 chopeiras e mais de 300 rótulos, incluindo os melhores nacionais.

18# MA CHE SIETE VENUTI A FÁ (ROMA, ITÁLIA)

Ma Che Siete Venuti a Fá (Roma, Itália) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada
: LoverBeer BeerBera
Apesar de minúsculo, oferece uma atmosfera única para os amantes de cerveja. São 10 torneiras de chopp e a recomendação é pedir e tomar na rua em frente.

19# MIKKELLER (COPENHAGEM, DINAMARCA)

Mikkeller (Copenhagem, Dinamarca) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada
: Mikkeller SpontanGooseberry
Os cervejeiros nômades merecem estar na lista com o bar da marca. O espaço oferece uma decoração elegante e típica e uma lista de cerveja para todos os gostos e idades.

20# TØRST (BROOKLYN, EUA)

Tørst (Brooklyn, EUA) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada:
Evil Twin Imperial Doughnut Break
Se você é fã da cervejaria Evil Twin, tem que colocar este pub na sua lista de próximos roteiros turísticos. O espaço conta com barris da marca Evil Twin e Stillwater, além de ser um restaurante que sempre recebe boas recomendações do Guia Michelin.

21# ZLY CASY (PRAGA, REPÚBLICA TCHECA)

Zly Casy (Praga, República Tcheca) 21 Melhores bares para tomar cerveja especial no mundo
Cerveja recomendada:
Kocour Catfish Sumeček
O país que criou o estilo de cerveja mais consumido do mundo não poderia ficar de fora. A casa conta com uma decoração ousada: cada um dos três andares oferecem uma temática diferente de estilos cervejeiros, com uma seleção de rótulos especiais locais e internacionais.

 

via o sensacional Manual do Homem Moderno

http://manualdohomemmoderno.com.br/cerveja/21-melhores-bares-de-cerveja-do-mundo

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