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Thursday, June 24, 2010

Nightclubbing: Six Row Brewing Company

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"We're not trying to be all things to all people. We try to portray a vibe around here, the image is comfortable with candles lit in the evening, we're just a cozy place that serves good beer," Rami said. "There's no secret or magic to it."

The focus will always be on the beer, as Rami noted, but they do offer a few snacks to soak up all those suds, including fresh popcorn on the bar. (Aside: Why doesn't every bar do this? Popcorn boosts serotonin. What better way to insure your customers leave happy than doping them with popcorn and delicious beer?) Companion pretzels, Billy Goat chips and DiGregorio's pizza round out the snacks. The tap room is perfect for those who like to linger over their well-crafted beer.

Rami said distribution is growing rapidly for Six Row, you can find them in all the Pi restaurants as well as Iron Barley, The Stable and a handful of other places, and they just signed with a major distributor in Illinois.

Most of the guys at Six Row admitted they aren't Six Row purists; the bar manager described himself as a "beer slut" and said he's forever devoted to Guinness. And Rami said they all drink local craft beers in addition to their own brews. "I think it's safe to say that everybody here just likes good beer," he says. "We support other local craft breweries, we support been in general . Our brewers are the beer geeks, I'm just a guy that likes good beer."

Cards fans taking advantage of Tuesday $9 pitchers at Six Row Brewing Company. - GRACE WOODARD
  • Grace Woodard
  • Cards fans taking advantage of Tuesday $9 pitchers at Six Row Brewing Company.

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