10. Jeremy’s Ale House (Lower Manhattan) – Not the greenest option, but when it comes to price, there’s no arguing with their $4 32-ounce Styrofoam buckets of Coors. 9. Zum Schneider (East Village) – It’s Oktoberfest all-year-round at this frat-tastic joint where the impressive beer selection comes in small 0.3l, regular 0.5l, or large 1.0l glasses. 8. Heidelberg (Upper East Side) – Nothing like drinking two liters of beer out of a glass boot.
7. Alligator Lounge (Williamsburg) – A penny-pinchers delight, wood-oven pizza comes gratis with any drink order. 6. Blind Tiger Ale House (West Village) – For the perfect beer to complement everything from your morning breakfast to your sausage dinner, look no further. 5. d.b.a. (East Village) – Bring your reading glasses to pore through the 200-plus beer options handwritten on dozens of chalkboards. 4. Spitzer’s Corner (Lower East Side) – With 40 craft beers on tap and a corner LES location, the always-packed rustic gastropub pleases both the beer geek and the collegiate crowds. 3. Brooklyn Brewery (Williamsburg) – Straight from the source for some of the freshest brew in town. 2. Beer Table (Park Slope) – Beer-inspired eats along with suds imported from around the world make for well-paired combos, like the yeast-raised waffles and Schneider-Weisse brunch. 1. Village Pourhouse (Greenwich Village). Their number is 212-979-BEER, is there any more to say?