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Harlem Hops Is a Brand New, Black-Owned Haven for Fans of Craft Beer

We are all about promoting various black owned businesses and Harlem Hops is definitely on the list of deserving free publicly! Harlem Hops is prepared to wow anyone who walks through their doors with their 16 types of taps, serving an array of locally brewed beers — from goses to Mexican-style lagers.

(Harlem Hops) Harlem Hops has opened its doors with you in mind. We wanted to create a space for you to gather, socialize, relax and enjoy the taste of some of the world’s most delicious and hardest to find beers.

The concept for this place is years in the making and a dream come true– a product of years of hard work, collaboration and positive thinking. We hope you’ll come to support us and help keep this big dream alive.

Why are these beers so hard to find in a bar setting you ask?
Because many of these beers are made by local, small batch, family owned and small businesses and in some great cases, by people of color. Our mission is to invest in our community, to offer great beers made by us and for us, expand access and enjoy good times together, our way.

Stacey Lee, Kim Harris, and Kevin Bradford

If beer isn’t quite your thing, you can also grab your fair share of classic bites like Bavarian pretzels, spicy guma pies and craft beer bratwursts served on pretzel buns. (You can check out the full menu here.)

If you’re in the Harlem area, be sure to check out Harlem Hops at 2268 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd.