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Clark Street Ale House information
Do as the retro sign advises and 'Stop & Drink Liquor'. The Ale House has a rotating assortment featuring several Midwestern microbreweries. Work up a thirst on the free pretzels, order a three-beer sampler for $6 and cool off in the beer garden out back. This place is tops in the neighborhood.