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Mills Park craft beer bar Brass Tap is an ideal casual hang

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Brass Tap

Address/phone/web: 1632 N. Mills Ave., 407-270-9538; brasstapbeerbar.com

After work or after hours? Both, but it's a great weekend afternoon hang

Beer/wine or liquor too? Beeeeer

Check all that apply:

☐ fancy cocktails

☐ make 'em strong and keep 'em coming

☒ wine list (5 choices or more)

☒ craft beer

☐ beer: the usual suspects

☒ wide selection of bottles (more than 15)

☒ wide selection on tap (more than 15)

Food? Y

Smoking allowed inside? Y

Outside drinking? Y

Dog-friendly? N (maybe someday, but for now, no)

Bathrooms: nightmare or not bad? Brand-new and still nice

TVs? Y

What's on? A wide variety of sports

DJs? N

Loud music or background music? Background, inoffensive

Games? Check all that apply:

☐ pinball

☐ video

☐ pool

☐ darts

☐ other: _________

Essay question: Why should I drink here?

The wide-ranging beer menu (more than a hundred choices) will satisfy the pickiest craft-brew expert, while the descriptions are clear enough that even a noob will have an easy time finding an enjoyable quaff. Comfy tables on an airy patio, a nice variety of sports on the flatscreens, a perfect noise level (i.e., there's music but you can still have a conversation) and an affordable menu of pub grub make Brass Tap an ideal casual hangout.

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