Beer Revolution, Downtown Oakland

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OAKLAND | Beer Revolution is one of the best craft beer bars in Oakland, and has been doing its thing since 2010. It boasts a rotating selection of some of the best, mostly regionally sourced beers around across 50 taps. It’s a very dynamic list, which changes several times a day ensuring you’ve got super fresh beer all the time. It that wasn’t enough there’s also a few hundred bottles to choose from, which can be purchased to drink at the bar or to take away.

Staff are well trained and very knowledgeable and can tell you anything you want to know about any of the beers on offer. The space is small and gets quite buys, creating a fun, vibrant, causal atmosphere.

The one thing that gets a down vote for us here is that there’s a bit of beer snobbery from the staff. The first time we visited we asked if there was any wine available (there was one non-beer drinker in our group) and the response in the negative was very much loaded with attitude. There’s not denying the beer credentials here though, and we’ve been back many times since.

Beer Revolution

464 3rd Street
Oakland
California 94607
United States

Telephone: 510 452 2337
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: http://beer-revolution.com/

Open
Sun – Thu: 12:00pm to 11:00pm
Fri – Sat: 12:00pm to 12:00am

Beer Revolution Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

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