Brewer's Fork

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Foursquare Tips

  • Clam pizza and the cured beef salad YUM
  • Charcuterie was perfect. If you can't decide between two mains, mention it, you might get a small taste of the dish that didn't make the cut
  • We stopped in for lunch. Has two pizzas (great), a pulled pork sandwich (also great), and some mussels. Everything was good, service was friendly, beer lost was deep. Pizzas are big enough for 2.
  • 2015 Best Neighborhood Bar, CHARLESTOWN: " 30 ever-changing draft lines ample bottle list, wine offerings from smaller producers, and an impressive roster of ciders "
  • Sausage pizza is very good- ricotta and fennel sausage and the mushroom pizza was great
  • From Thrillist: Charlestown is slowly regaining its foodie foothold.Brewers Fork is leading the charge.Small plates, wood-fired pizzas & curated international beer catalog.
  • Order the cheese board, mussels, spring veggies, and the pea-zza.
  • The real star is the extensive and rare beer menu all on draught. All wood fired fare. Come for the beer stay for the beer. End with a pizza.
  • $24 for a dozen oysters. 3 varieties. Most places in the area are $3 per oyster.
  • Great selection of beers you've never had.
  • Super friendly staff!! Can be a bit of a wait for a table on the weekend. So many new sour beers and double IPAs to make my way thru.
  • Great new craft beer bar in a 'hood that really needs one. Margherita pizza is simple and very well done. Eat one with a Trillium brew. Fort Point Pale Ale if they have it. Yep.
  • A welcome addition to the 'hood! Draft beer list has depth and breadth. Clam pizza with bacon, meatball starter, and roasted veg were standouts on our first trip there.
  • Get the Schneider Tap x Porter Weisse for beer. AMAZING.