Oh Craft!, Harlem's newest beer spot, opens during the lockdown

Updated: Jul 14



The lockdown hasn't stopped every new business from forging ahead.


After getting its liquor license approved last week, intrepid Harlem beer bar Oh Craft! opened today at 1739 Amsterdam Avenue between 146th and 147th Streets.



Due to current rules, all the beer is to-go only, and no more than three customers can be inside the space at any given time.


The 20 or so offerings right now include a selection of IPAs, porters, and lagers by the can or bottle from breweries such as Allagash and Bell's.


The taps should be up and running within the next few days, flowing with Grimm IPA, Threes Brewing Double IPA, Von Trapp lager and more.



Filling a growler will cost $30, plus a little extra for the reusable container itself ($6 for plastic, $10 for glass).


The owner says he hopes to start serving food soon. Like the beer, it will be to-go until city rules change.


Oh Craft! is open from 11am-6pm daily.


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