Harlem Hops: A Craft Beer Bar for Rotating Local Brews, Bites and Music

It's Owned By Three Locals Who Are Absolutely Obsessed With Beer

By Ilana Dadras ·

A new craft beer bar recently opened in Harlem: an attractive mecca for rotating local brews and the Bavarian pretzels, smoked brisket burnt ends and sausages you need to pair with them. It's called Harlem Hops, and it's owned by three beer-obsessed locals with a mission to serve the best, hardest-to-find local brews available.

The tap list will rotate constantly—right now they've got several local brewers like Other Half (Brooklyn), Interboro (also Brooklyn) and Folksbier (you got it, also Brooklyn) on offer. And as part of #blackbeerculture, the bar will share, pour and advocate for top-notch beers made by brewers of color.

Now open, Harlem Hops, 2268 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd (between W 133rd & W 134th St), 646-998-3444

Ilana Dadras

Ilana Dadras passes her days writing about good food, talking about good food and consuming good food. Occasionally doing other things, too.

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