Regularly has real ale
These pubs have a permanent (or at least regular) Real Ale available.
A very decent beer bar on the same block as Pacific Standard.
13 craft taps and two casks flow here.
Lots of unusual beers on tap and in bottle here.
Classic New York bar with a good choice, including a cask.
Football (soccer) pub with a number of good taps.
Industrial space with 25 craft taps and as many retro video games.
One of a small chain of craft bars featuring old video games.
Large bar next to the world’s biggest bus station.
Excellent hybrid bar/store close to Times Square.
Unique cask-dedicated brewpub on the roof of a high end Italian market.
Smart gastropub near the G train.
A very big “don’t miss!”, but time it to avoid crowds.
Always unusual stuff on tap here, including a cask beer.
Friendly locals’ bar that narrows into a triangular shape.
Gastropub with two cask beers.
An oasis in the western Bronx beer desert, worth the trek.
Brewery with taproom.
Very well respected craft brewery with a taproom open weekends.
An excellent hybrid beer store with on premise drinking, a central meeting place for craft beer people.
A laid back restaurant and bar with emphasis on their two cask lines.
Cock and Bull
British pub, few craft beers but there are two cask handpumps.
Quaint sawdust strewn Irish bar with 8 good taps and a cask.
Characterful bar with a small but well chosen tap list – and a cable car in the yard!
One of three Upper West Side Dive Bars (the original).
Drop Off Service
British and German owned craft beer bar in a former launderette space, hence the name.
One of the three ‘Beerly Legal’ bars, excellent overall.
A great suburban bar, halfway house to & from JFK Airport (via Jamaica on the E train).
Lots of history here. Porterhouse and guests.
Fantastic, multi-levelled bar and store hybrid (more of a proper bar than others).
Popular beer destination, hearty pub food.
The Ginger Man
One of the original 1990s NYC craft beer bars and still excellent.
Worthy for cask and bottles, but the taps are largely wasted.
One of three excellent ‘Beerly Legal’ Irish-owned bars.
Cask Marque accredited British pub with two rear dining areas.
Excellent suburban brewpub with an Irish pub feel, beer is high quality. Cask Marque accredited.
Spectacular Victorian elegance, but the beer list is fairly timid.
The Long Room
Irish run gastropub near Times Square.
Upmarket, gourmet restaurant with a cask beer handpump.
Unique space in three sections, lots of craft beer flowing plus a cask.
Vegan snacks and craft beer in an old coffin factory.
19 rotating domestic taps and 2 casks.
Spacious corner gastropub.
Smart beer bar adjoining the Holiday Inn, newer sister to the Rattle 'n' Hum near the Empire State Building.
Very cool brewery taproom.
Smart British gastropub.
Sizeable brewery taproom with a guitar theme.
Rare Belgian beers and more in a former barber’s shop.
Huge Irish bar near Penn Station and Madison Square Garden.
Cavernous smokehouse restaurant and bar.
Casual bar with a cask line.
One of the very best NYC beer and food destinations.
Two roomed corner beer bar.
Two roomed bar and carvery with a cask handpump.
A very popular beer bar with weekly events.