Burp Castle

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 Specializes in Belgian Beers

41 East 7th Street
New York NY 10003
(East Village)




Open 1700-2400 Sun-Thu, 1700-0300 Fri, 1600-0300 Sat.

Craft Keg Taps: 12
Craft Bottles/Cans: 28

Beers: Beer range varies

Nearest subway: 2nd Ave(F), 3rd Ave(L), Astor Place(6)


Temple of [Belgian] beer worship.

Directions – 6 train to Astor Place, walk east briefly to the far side of Cooper Square, turn right for one block, turn left on East 7th Street for less than a block. Alternatively, L train to 3rd Avenue, walk south on 3rd Avenue (becomes Cooper Square), turn left on East 7th Street for less than a block. Alternatively, F train to 2nd Avenue, use the west (2nd Avenue) exit, walk north on 2nd Avenue, turn left on East 7th Street.

Alex says

A shrine to Belgian beer (the 'temple of beer worship'), so heavy on Belgians and Belgian styles on the tap and bottle lists. There’s an incredible mural stretching over the walls depicting shipwrecked monks. Free pomme frites Sundays, Mondays, and Wednesdays which generally appear sometime between 1730 and 1900. Otherwise you can bring your own food in to eat here. The New York City Homebrewers Guild meets here at 1930 on the third Tuesday of the month. This bar is one of three in a tight cluster, the others being Standings and Jimmy’s No.43 (q.v.). (2/2015)

Jezza says

A pretty substantial bottled list, though some of the prices are very high. Not a wide selection of US craft beers - Belgian theme featuring monks.

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