I counted 20 taps, but the menu shows 24 which consist of 12 beers and 12 cocktails. Liquor available. The bar can seat maybe 10 and there are another 6 small tables and a few more stools by the entrance making this a small place even for Copenhagen.
This is the original Ghost Whale location in London which is an excellent bottle shop with limited seating where you can enjoy 8 rotating taps.
134 Upper Richmond Rd, Putney, London SW15 2SP, United Kingdom
Some stools are available to sit as well as some small tables by the entrance, but if you order a drink, you’ll probably want to walk around and take in the amazing selection. Some limited seating is also available out back. The menu is maintained on Untappd.
- Monday: Closed
- Tuesday: Closed
- Wednesday: 4pm – 8pm
- Thursday: 4pm – 8pm
- Friday: 1pm – 8pm
- Saturday: 12pm – 8pm
- Sunday: 1pm – 8pm
Recent Untappd Check-ins
Another impressive Mikkeller bar, this place is nothing short of amazing; it may be the most beer snob catered establishment I’ve encountered in my 300+ visits around the world.
20 taps on a digital display, a large bar and outdoor seating. As is common in the area, it’s multiple businesses in one space; a restaurant, a taproom and a bottle shop. Next door (connected) is a brewery (Topa Topa), and a wine bar. The whole area is named “Waterline”.
110 McDonald St. Waxhaw, North Carolina 28173
A fairly new brewery in Rock Hill, you’ll find lots of space and 12 taps, including two guest taps and the others brewed on site. As our first visit to Dust Off is during COVID-19, this is a placeholder entry and we look forward to a more complete write-up in the future.
130 W White St, Rock Hill, SC 29730
Tons of seating inside and out, there are many tables along the side of the building as well as a couple out front and out back. There is an open view of brewing operations and military decorations throughout.