Top Locations For Craft Beer In DowntownWPB

Downtown West Palm Beach knows beer. Whether you’re a beer snob or just looking to broaden your taste palette, we’ve narrowed down the top locations to order a craft beer in DowntownWPB.

American Craft Aleworks – 200 Clematis Street

The Prohibition-era themed bar and restaurant offers and extensive menu and 50+ beer options ranging from fruity flavors like the Mango Deco Berliner Weisse and “G-Force” German tart ale (made with guava and grapefruit) to savory flavors like the Salted Caramel Milk Stout.

Our Draft Pick: Secession IPA, New England

Butcher Shop Beer Garden & Grill – 209 6th Street

After joining DowntownWPB 3 years ago, its addition has made our downtown more flavorful and unique. The building, once owned by Curtiss Wright Corp. to assemble seaplanes, still strongly resembles the airplane hangar it once was. Now the location is utilized as a butcher shop, beer garden, and restaurant.

The Butcher Shop offers various Floridian-made beers and a substantial selection of European beers for great prices. You can grab those on draft brews for just $4 during happy hour every Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Our Draft Pick: Radeberger Pilsner, German Pilsner

E.R. Bradley’s – 104 S. Clematis Street

E.R. Bradley’s has been serving good drinks and good times in Downtown West Palm Beach for over 30 years. Take in the waterfront views as you sit at the tiki bars for the full South Florida experience. Stop in Monday – Thursday from 4 – 6:30 p.m. for happy hour.

Our Draft Pick: Ask for a glass of the rotating seasonal craft

Grease Burger Bar – 213 Clematis Street

Grease keeps it classic with their bourbon, burgers and craft beer. With a dive bar feel, this location carries 120 craft beers. Their craft beer menu is organized by type to make it easy for those with specific palettes and highlights Florida craft beers.  Be sure to check out their seasonal beers and daily draft selection. For half price beers, enjoy their daily happy hour from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Our Draft Pick: Lagunitas A Little Sumpin Sumpin Pale Ale, California

The Blind Monk – 410 Evernia Street #107

Whether you’re looking for a date night location or just a cozy place to grab a drink, The Blind Monk fulfills that and more. This hidden gem offers a select and elegant menu of food, wine and craft beer.

The beer menu is divided by taste. Do you like “Crisp & Refreshing” or are you in the mood for “Dark & Roasty”? Beer connoisseurs looking for more sophisticated tastes would not be dissapointed. Stop in on Tuesdays and Sundays for live music to complete your experience of bliss.

Our Draft Pick: Unibroue Don De Dieu Belgian-style golden ale, Canada