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Top 5 Beer Bars in Winnipeg


Best Beer Bars in Winnipeg

Top beer bars in Winnipeg: Where to get the best brews in town (Photo: Koriela)

Selecting the right beer can be just as important as selecting right bar. To help you make the right decision on both fronts, our Winnipeg experts have compiled this list of the best beer bars in Winnipeg. Whether you are seeking a pub with the widest selection, the largest patio, the best live entertainment or an overall enthralling atmosphere, our list has has you covered. Here, in no particular order, are our picks for the top beer bars in Winnipeg.

1. Rudy’s Eat & Drink
Rudys Eat & Drink is one of Winnipeg’s most popular watering holes. The bar is located in the heart of Winnipeg, on the ground floor of KPMB‘s architectural masterpiece, the Manitoba Hydro Place. The location isn’t the only reason to come here, though. Rudy’s offers 20 types of beer on tap, ranging from basic domestics to seasonal specials, such as Okanagan Spring Ale. Perhaps most importantly, Rudy’s Eat & Drink is home to the largest patio in Manitoba, making it the perfect place to have a pint under the stars.
• Rudy’s Eat & Drink, 375 Graham Ave., 204-421-9094, rudyseatanddrink.com
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2. Luxalune Gastropub
Indecisive drinkers beware: Luxalune Gastropub houses the largest beer selection in the province. The whopping 150-beer selection includes Farmery Brew, a premium lager created from ingredients that were farmed and brewed Manitoba. The Luxalune also offers many treats for beer aficionados, such as tastings, pairings and workshops. There are even food options to complement your beer of choice, making this Winnipeg bar a perfect pit stop during a night out on the town.
• Luxalune Gastropub, 734 Osborne St., 204-453-0222, luxalune.com
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3. The Grove Pub & Restaurant
This charming pub is like a piece of England wedged into a bar in Winnipeg. The Grove prides itself on the sense of community that it has generated, as well as its large array of beer—16 on tap and 30 in bottles (including four from Manitoba). The menu presents some delectable pub favourites to complement your pint, like oysters, Berkshire pork belly and butter chicken fries.
• The Grove Pub & Restaurant, 164 Stafford St., 204-415-3262, the-grove.ca
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4. King’s Head Pub & Eatery
Located in the historic Exchange District, the Kings Head Pub & Eatery attracts guests of all generations. With a warm environment and a wide variety of options, this is one Winnipeg bar that never stops trying to surprise its guests. The King’s Head offers domestics and imports on tap—28 to be exact—and a menu that combines English pub food with Indian cuisine. Not enough to entice? Check out the the live entertainment schedule and popular patio.
• The King’s Head Pub & Eatery, 120 King St., 204-957-7710, kingshead.ca
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5. Brogue Pubside
Beer and bacon—whats not to love? Whether you’re sampling one of the many beers on tap, tasting one of the five guests brews or sitting down to a plate of candied bacon, the Brogue Pubside offers the Winnipeg bar experience with a smile. To be sure you live the local experience to its fullest, we recommend that you try the long-loved Molson Standard Lager, available only in Manitoba.
• Brogue Pubside, 800-B Pembina Hwy., 204-453-7980, broguegastropub.ca
Map and reviews

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