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The Pony Bar

637 10th Ave. New York, NY 10036 | West 40s | 212-586-2707

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Any beer nerd will tell you that the Pony Bar is where you go to drink real beer. Not Coors Light, not Heineken, not even Stella Artois--just real beer. The place is loaded with a regularly rotating tap of 20 microbrewery beverages and two casks on the side; in a reflection of the Pony Bar's Americana-inspired wooden and workmanlike interior, the entire drink selection is made in the U.S.A. Each 14-ounce serving costs $5, including Stone Brewery's "malt and hop monster" Double Bastard Ale (11 percent ABV), Six Point's chocolaty Diesel Stout (6.6 percent), and Keagan Ale's coffee-aroma Joe Mama Imperial Coffee Stout (8 percent). Just reading those words tastes delicious, don't it?

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