Do you serve food?
In 2007 when the founders created the Brass Tap they wanted to focus on the growing craft beer business, and opted at that time to allow their guests to bring in food from local restaurants, instead of building kitchens into their original Brass Tap’s.
Today we have begun to add beer-friendly and easy to prepare food items to The Brass Tap, however craft beer is still our passion, and our primary focus.
Each Brass Tap has a varied assortment of beer offerings, similarly our food menus change in size and offerings from location to location. In locations where a minimum percentage of food is required by law, or the landlord, we are able to provide menu solutions for these locations that meet these requirements as well as maintain our focus and passion for craft beer.
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