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88
very good

59 Ratings
Ratings: 59
Reviews: 55
rAvg: 3.89
pDev: 9.25%
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Tropicana Casino
Atlantic City, New Jersey, 08401
United States
phone: (609) 344-6699

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Photo of jlenik
4.44/5  rDev +14.1%

Arrived a little after midnight, a few other people around the bar but not too busy. There was a bunch of flat screens with various sports games on.

The bartender was prompt and patient. He might not of had encyclopedic knowledge of all the beers but his effort was second to none.

They had 51 taps, a portion of which were the typical BMC you expect to find in AC but they had offerings from Dogfish, Victory, Stone, Flying Fish, Blue Point, Chimay, and several other

We had great service from the bartender so I know I'm definitely coming back to this place next time I'm in AC.

jlenik, Jun 09, 2011
Photo of ChimayMayDay
4.4/5  rDev +13.1%

So I finally found the place after walking through the casino, going down the escalator, passing up on Hooters despite the two waitresses standing at the front, and walking through the Food Court--I mean Marketplace. I got used to the open feeling after taking my seat. I even got to watch a rather absurd parade of showgirls, drummers, and wholesome-looking families.

Speaking of my seat, I had trouble grappling with the idea of sitting for a long while and enjoying a few beers while planted on a bike seat, but I was comfortable nonetheless. It seems the atmosphere of the place was more a matter of my getting used to it. Atmosphere is something I rarely care about anyway, so I'm not that hard to please.

The selection and quality of the beers were phenomenal. I didn't even take into account my expectations because I didn't have any. The 90-minute IPA hit the spot. The Aventinus and Schneider Weisse were better there than at Ludwig's in Philadelphia. I tried the Aecht Schlenkerla smoked wheat for the first time, and I wondered at the flavor reminiscent of barbecue potatoe chips. Smuttynose Brown Dog on tap and McChouffe, De Dolle Dulle Teve, and DFH 120-Minute in bottles, and I was off to the moon.

I was enchanted by the beer goddess behind the bar. She knew nothing about the beer, but I didn't care one bit. Any time I asked for a new beer, I pictured little black and white cartoon characters playing the fiddle in her brain. Similar to those we see in Homer Simpson's brain when he's thinking really, really hard.

I didn't even try the food because I had already eaten about 25 pieces of sushi and pork gyoza before driving to AC.

ChimayMayDay, Jul 07, 2004
Photo of jwc215
4.38/5  rDev +12.6%

It was in a walkway in A.C. It was very thin and a tight squeeze. Not much room. The bartender was pretty friendly. He said he was the one to order the beers. There was an incredible selection of local craft and imports. They had over a hundred beers. Many on tap. Of the few I sampled, including Saison DuPont and a Rogue Bastard Ale, Chimay gold, and Stone IPA (the last three on tap), they were very fresh.
I didn't try any food, if they even have it.
If, in AC and looking for a good beer selection, this is definately worth checking out. Incredible beer selection.

jwc215, Aug 06, 2006
Photo of rdrummer
4.38/5  rDev +12.6%

After reading the reviews and seeing the pictures of the taps, I made this a destination while at the shore further south. The atmosphere is a little strange for a beer bar, but that is kind of out of the establishment's control. It had some things going for it like the blues band playing in the marketplace on a Tuesday at lunch time but the beer is the attraction here.

Each beer was served in a pint glass, which is a little different. The wife was unhappy because she likes smaller glasses so she can try different varieties. Luckily, tasters are forthcoming for anything that you want to try. The beer was all poured properly, and the barmaid was good to look at.

The service from the barmaid, however, was a little spotty. Again, we were fortunate that the manager was there. Matt McGee is a very knowledgeable beer man and talked with us about the selection for quite a while.

Speaking of selection there were 50 taps although at least one, unfortunately Heavyweight's Pekuno's Hammer, was out. There were two heavyweights, 3 DFH, including 90-minute IPA which was great, Rogue Dead Guy, SNPA, an Otter Creek, Allagash White, an Abita, 3 from Belgium, 9 from Germany, including Aventinus, 7 or 8 from the UK, and Hitachino from Japan. There were only two macros on tap, although a couple customers were drinking them. The customers are friendly as are the managers.

We also met their "Beer Guy" Doug Carlin, another great beerhead. There is a good bottle selection, which claims to have over 100. I didn't count but there were a few Trappists, some Lambics, including a nice geuze, and a couple more Hitachino. The bottles are not cheap. The Rochefort was selling for $12, which I passed on.

There are bar munchies, which we didn't try. It is a short list. There is also a Deli with a window in the bar. I would recommend that you eat before going or find some other food outside. The woman working the counter didn't know what a hoagie was, asked what kind of bread someone wanted with their corned beef special and then delivered it dry, and made an Italian sub with meat, cheese, and oil--no lettuce, tomato, onions, or peppers. The bread looks like it was imported from someplace far away and shipped by boat.

I loved the bar, though, and Firewaters is building two more although I can't remember where. The manager said that there is a big difference in the beer lineup between the Firewaters in Glen Mills and the one in AC. It has to do with availability. I highly recommend stopping in if you're in AC.

rdrummer, Jun 22, 2004
Photo of MSL94
4.34/5  rDev +11.6%

I found out about this establishment through BA, so I want to thank everyone for the reference. This past weekend, I visited Firewaters and was blown away by the selection (51 beers on tap, 100 in bottle). It reminded me of some of the beer festivals that I've attended this year, as I was able to recognize a majority of those beers that were served. Unfortunately, I was less than impressed with the bartender, who claimed that she only works the taps once a week and was unfamiliar with the selections available on that day. What I found to be really surprising was the amount charged per beer, as I ordered a glass of Fire Rock Pale Ale and a glass of Sawtooth Ale, which totaled $13.00. This was certainly more than what I wanted to pay, compared to other venues in Atlantic City such as Game On and Tun Tavern. Although I would definitely return to Firewaters based on their selection, I may have to curtail the number of times I visit based on their prices.

MSL94, Sep 02, 2008
Photo of TooleBurger
4.33/5  rDev +11.3%

AC is a shithole for the most part, when it comes to beer. A friend of mine and fellow BA user told me about the place when we were there together.

We had a great time there. Over 150 bottle and tap selections was great. The taps were impressive. Specifically they had the Gonzo Porter on tap, which is one of my favorites.

The music was great and they had a dance room, which was a little different. They also had specialty drinks, which was nice for the ladies.

A nice find in the Trop! AC does have some good spots, but this is the only place to find craft brews.

TooleBurger, Jan 26, 2009
Photo of kevin62
4.31/5  rDev +10.8%

Also like another reviewer wrote, went after The Police concert a couple of months ago.Located in a mall section of The Tropicana, the first impression is not so great.The atmosphere is dark and dank,and a little run down.However once I sat down(the bar stools are not too comfortable either) and saw the great draft line-up,over 50, I was very impressed.I stated with A Chimay,also had Weyerbacher Blithering Idiot and a Rogue Porter-all were excellent and reasonably priced.The bartenders were nice and friendly and made you feel at home.Overall this is a great place to go when you are in Atlantic City,actually it is a must.Just do not expect too much of an atmosphere,something that really is not that important to me as long as there is great beer.

kevin62, Jan 06, 2008
Photo of beertravel
4.3/5  rDev +10.5%

I have been coming here since the first day they opened last May. I did not expect a lot when I had heard the owner was the franchisee of all the Hooters, but I was pleasantly surprised by the selections they chose with the help of Hunterdon Distributing. I got to know Doug Carlin right away and began to feed him info on good beers for future sale. He picked right up on it and we've been friends ever since. They are very receptive on bringing in new itwms. They originally wanted to keep a static menu, but I talked them into a dynamic one instead making room for seasonals and specials. Doug and Matt have done a fantastic job of keeping up with new things, though Hunterdon hasn't always been quick with delivery. We are now working on our second event. We had a Firkuin Friday recently with Heavyweight Stickenjab and Zum Uerige Sticke. We had a great night . Both guys are impressed with BA and we hope to have a BA event there before the summer is over.
Service depends a lot on how busy they are and who is serving. Also, many of the servers have been enthusiastic about learning the beers, others, as said before, just there for a paycheck. But I overlook the faults as it is my only good local(besides Tun Tavern) and I strive to make it better through constructive ideas with management.
Matt & Doug will be more than happy to take time out to talk to you as their time permits. Just ask for them when there. I also have a page on my website for them www.markc.haynie.com.
Looking forward to meeting some of you there. I am there several times a week. So come to Atlantic City and see what it's like!
Cheers!

beertravel, Jul 03, 2004
Photo of IDateTheFormula
4.28/5  rDev +10%

I went here on a recent trip to AC and was instructed by my boyfriend to try and pick up a few bottles of beer. I had been up there about a year ago and they had let me buy a bottle of DFH 120 min and just pay and take the bottle back home to Virginia. Long story short Nancy "the blond beer goddess" behind the bar was sooo amazingly helpful, she let me come behind the bar to look in the two coolers and then let me take a menu so I could ask my boyfriend what he wanted. I ended up with 4 goood beers, including Uniboure 15, which my boyrfiend was very excited about. Great place, great people and my boyfriend is coming next year just so he can visit!

IDateTheFormula, Jan 03, 2008
Photo of pgetchell
4.25/5  rDev +9.3%

The bar was too close to the concourse in the hotel. Additionally the bar was open to the concourse for it's entire length. Other than bar location everything else was great. There was a terrifically varied selection of drafts and bottles. The bartenders were knowledgable and very helpful with beers I was unfamiliar with. The place did get a little noisy after 11:00 PM because of the associated Martini Bar, but what casinor bar doesn't get noisy in the evening. I have been there several times and plan to return this weekend.

pgetchell, Sep 20, 2012
Photo of JamieDuncan
4.25/5  rDev +9.3%

JamieDuncan, Feb 18, 2014
Photo of JerryRiso
4.24/5  rDev +9%

The mother lode of taps in this state!!! I'd heard from some friends not to expect good service, and maybe we were lucky in this regard, but I must say the service we received was not only good, but OUTSTANDING. Sal was the bartender on duty and he knew a ton about every beer we asked after, including the Belgians. We were impressed. Speaking of impressed, the beers were plentiful, FRESH, and in great variety. In short, who could ask for a better way to spend six hours? While we were certainly on the older side of those that were hanging, before we left a crew of German tourists came by and before you know it we were all engaged in a round or three of hearty drinking songs. Great times had by all. Look forward to hitting this place again on our next trip to A.C.

JerryRiso, May 31, 2012
Photo of sulldaddy
4.21/5  rDev +8.2%

Well I was in AC so I figured I had to hit this place to get some good brews in the system before trudging off to the casinos. The bar is part of the "marketplace" area of Tropicana. Feels like a mall kinda place. The bar area is fenced off with wroughtiron gates and there are many tables and chairs spaced around. Took a seat at the bar which is a typical horseshoe shaped bar.
The place was rather quiet since it was Good Friday and only 3:00 in the afternoon but I had a sense that it gets crazy.
There are 50 taps and 101 bottles. Easy to read menu fills you in on what they have and what is new. Great mix of locals and regionals mixed with quality imports. Of course some macros present as well.
SOme brews on tap we La CHouffe, Hitachino, Heavyweight brews, DFH 90 minute.
There were also quite a few corked belgians in the cooler. I ordered a brew and the bartender told me it was pricey, $8 for a hitachino ale I agreed to pricey and got a weyerbacher blithering idiot. Surprised when it came ina pint glass, then I remembered reading that everything here does. Fine, so not proper glassware, but the bartender did know her brews. They had Beamish, Guinness, and Murphys on Nitogen. One guy asked me what a white ale was and when I explained it to him he said oh thanks and ordered a bottle of BUD! JEEZ! why even ask?

The food is from the deli next door which I didnt sample but seemed like good prices and selection. If you are in AC you need to stop here cause I didnt see anything else similar the rest of my stay.

sulldaddy, Apr 12, 2004
Photo of StonyB
4.21/5  rDev +8.2%

Firewaters in Atlantic City's Tropicana Hotel/Casino takes a lot of flack from some people for various reasons. They don't like the quality of the taps, or the bar is out of the beer they want, or the staff doesn't know enough about beer. And maybe, on certain visits, these are valid complaints.

But as far as I'm concerned, take Firewaters for what it is; a bar with an excellent selection of draft and bottled beers in a city that otherwise has next to nothing to offer in craft beer.

Ok, the atmosphere is nothing special. The bar is on the ground floor of the Trop, inside but extremely close to the famous AC Boardwalk. The bar is open to pedestrian traffic, and seats about 20 in a hook-shape. The taps are impressive to look at, as is the beer menu. Clientele ranges from beer geeks like me to young beach bums looking for a Jack and Coke....

The quality of the beers that have been served to me here over 3 visits have been fine. No bad ones.

Service has been solid, excellent on my most recent visit. Danielle is adorable, and while she's not a beer fanatic, knows enough to make recommendations. Desiree is attractive and equally knowledgable as well. The manager, Doug, knows his beer, and tries very hard to improve the image of his establishment among beer fans. We had a nice discussion, and in appreciation, he sold me a bottle of Stone Vertical Epic 060606, one of only 8 that he had. It wasn't on the menu...Thanks, Doug.

The selection..well you simply can't complain about it. The 50 taps run the gamut from macros to Fuller's ESB, to Stone's Arrogant Bastard, to well, beer from just about every nation that produces it. And the bottles are pretty awe-inspiring, including an extensive Belgian selection....

You can buy food at the deli next door, and eat it at the bar.

Prices appear to be quite reasonable, generally $5 for most drafts.

Here's the deal....don't come to Atlantic City strictly to drink beer at Firewaters. BUT, if you're in A.C. anyway, this is THE place to go to for your good beer fix. Cheers...


**Stony's Biscuit** - Your experience at Firewaters will match your expectations. If you come expecting to be pampered by beer geniuses who will cater to your every whim, you probably won't enjoy yourself. If, instead, you find yourself genuinely pleased to be in a bar with a huge selection of great beer in an otherwise barren beer desert, you'll be just fine...

StonyB, Jul 04, 2006
Photo of woodychandler
4.18/5  rDev +7.5%

I was forced to revisit some of my prejudices while visiting this place. I am usually not big on corporate establishments; I have an aversion to non-sports related gambling; I had not been to Atlantic City in over twenty years, and yet, this visit would expose me to all three.

Surprise! I found myself really enjoying this place. It is in a corner on the first floor of the Tropicana Hotel and Casino complex, opposite a Starbucks. They have two bars, one solely for martinis, one solely for beer, making for an uncluttered mecca of beer. They feature two upright coolers, an bank of taps that is reminiscent of the old McFly's in Lancaster, PA, and a couple of standard bar coolers. The claim to fame is "50 Draft Beers [and] 101 Bottle Beers" and I was fat, dumb, and happy during my visit.

My server's t-shirt identified her as a "Beer Babe" and who would I be to disagree? She was friendly and attentive without being obtrusive, plus she was kind enough to put on the Bradley/Pitt basketball game for me. My only objections were overhearing her recommend a beer as "light" as opposed to "dark" and offering a chilled glass in place of one at room temperature. I am already a Beer Pest and I just could not bring myself to correct these errors.

The decor is very minimalistic, with a lot of flat black, low-key lighting, exposed ducting and a beautiful marble bar top. The bar is surrounded (mostly) by tables and chairs, although there were a few high tables with stools.

The selection was great and the prices entirely reasonable, so there is every good possibility that I will be back.

woodychandler, Apr 15, 2006
Photo of Edwin
4.15/5  rDev +6.7%

Located in the Tropicana Hotel and Casino, I expected this to be a bar with a ot of bark and not a lot of bite. Boy, was I wrong.

Atmosphere - Kind of tough to distinguish...it is, after all, a casino crowd. Everyone was having fun, including myself, mostly because I was winning. Most people asked what was reccommended and then ordered Michelob Ultra, but all the more good beer for me. Slots could be heard in the distance. A nice looking bar.

Quality - Very high considering what I thought it'd be like. Everything was done pretty well.

Service - Could have been better. Empty beers tend to sit alone for a while. You would figure at a place where people are dying to emty their pockets it'd be better service, but even three bartenders struggled to keep everyone filled up.

Selection - Lots of great beers on tap and in bottles (Dogfish 120 min for $12). I was pretty shocked at the overall selection. Very many good craft brews from all over the world. Impressive to say the least!

Food - From the deli next door. I had a club sandwich. I felt it was quite good. The deli food is pretty darn good. No problems here.

Overall - I thought i'd see some local flavors and then macro city, but this place was very well-stocked. If you head to the Trop, you MUST hit Firewater's. It's a pretty good place to enjoy some brews.

Edwin, Mar 07, 2004
Photo of BillyB
4.15/5  rDev +6.7%

This place has one of the best draft selections of any bar I've ever been to. 51 taps including the Stone Russian Imperial Stout! They also had Dogfish Head, Weyerbacher, Victory, Allagash, Smuttynose and Imports like La Chouffe, Hoegaarden, Chimay, Paulaner, Newcastle and Pilsner Urquell. Just amazing! They also had over 100 bottled beers as well. The staff was friendly and knowledgable.
The strange part about this place is that it's just plopped in the middle of a mall in a casino. Not a very pleasant atmosphere but I'm not going to harp on it. I would come to this place if it was in the middle of a flaming pit of lava.
The food was cheap junk food, but very tasty and great deals. We had mini burrito's and mini hamburgers for like, $5. They have a martini bar kind of next door to it but I didn't go near it.
As far as selection goes this place is a MUST visit!

BillyB, Nov 26, 2006
Photo of mateobmc
4.09/5  rDev +5.1%

A beer bar in the disneyworld like fake citywalk of the Tropicana in AC? I spent the night here on a Friday, and without question, this place does leave something to desire in the way of atmosphere. But, the beer selection is something any beer bar could be proud of. The menu is sorted by draft/bottle and country. Monster Belgian choices, but if you just came over from Monk's Cafe in Philly, you'd be disappointed.

The staff aren't experts, but, that's not the point. Rare do you find a qualified beer bar with bartenders that are straight up knockouts. Absolutely beautiful women, after a while the only thing keeping me at the bar were my eyes, inexorably locked to the delightful servers.

A beer oasis amongst AC mediocrity. Check it out, enjoy the beer, enjoy the ladies.

mateobmc, Nov 26, 2006
Photo of potownbill
4.08/5  rDev +4.9%

I got tired of paying $6.00+ for a glass of Yuengling draft at the bar in the casino so I decided to wander downstairs to see if there was a better bar with more selection. Firewaters was a welcome find. I decided to spend my hard earned money there, rather than in the Casino. There was an ample selection. Chimay on draft for the same price as the Yuengling upstairs. The bartender on Thursday was totally unknowledgeable about the beers, but the taps were right in front of me so there was not much to ask. Saturday's barkeep knew a lot more, and knew what glassware to use. Stone and Dogfish Head on tap, with a large selection in bottles. A beer lovers oasis. No atmosphere, but I spent my time talking to friends and deciding what my next beer would be.

potownbill, Apr 02, 2007
Photo of Jacobob10
4.08/5  rDev +4.9%

My second trip to Firewaters in Atlantic City turned out to be shorter than the first, but still enjoyable. There is a martini bar located in the back that looks like it has now been abandoned. There are just seats around the bar and no bottles on the glowing fake-ice structure, I remember it being in use last time I was there a few months back. The selection is large, but unexciting. I would rather have less to choose from with more emphasis on the quality of the beer. The service was great. I ordered a Rochefort 10 and the bartender kindly asked me what type of glass I would like with it and whether I would like the glass chilled or not. I answered, "something that is not a pint glass and is not cold." I was presented with a room-temp Belgian tulip glass. The beer tasted great, so no problems with quality.

The ground level of the Tropicana Casino is truly a unique setting for this bar, but I have to say it does not feel out-of-place there. They also offer beer to go (in plastic cups). And if you're hungry, there's plenty of places close-by to grab some food. I will always come back to this bar when I visit the Tropicana.

Jacobob10, Mar 15, 2006
Photo of surfadelic23
4.08/5  rDev +4.9%

I was in here last week while on vacation with my northern family. My wife younger sister and I were able to get away for a bit of a session! On tap, I tried the Victory Hop Devil, Stone IPA, and Stone Arrogant bastard. I wanted stuff that we could not get in FLA. My wife Smutty Nose Old Brown Dog and another aged version of the same beer both of which were on tap. All brews were in good form and the server was friendly and fairly knowledgeable. Definitely your best option for quality and quantity of good brews... They also have a decent website...

surfadelic23, Aug 13, 2007
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4.08/5  rDev +4.9%

My wife and I went to Atlantic City to see the Police. Firewaters seemed like a good place to go after the concert.

Atmosphere was pretty plain. A fairly dark, long, narrow bar. A couple of tables behind the bar area, and a few TVs over the bar. To the right is a small deli/sandwich shop which opens into the bar area. Good option as the bar doesn't serve food.

Service was quick and friendly. No complaints. Didn't hover, but seemed to pop up just as you were about to finish your beer.

Selection was quite good. 100+ bottles and around 50 taps. I enjoyed a DFH 90 and a Stone IPA. My wife had a Lindemann's Peche. Other options that I can recall included Rogue, Unibroue, Hitachino, Great Divide and a decent selection of imports. It looked quite impressive after the choices available at the concert!

Food, as I mentioned, isn't served by the bar. I bought a plate of sliders from the deli, and they were filling, but forgetable. If you are hungry, I would suggest eating before you arrive.

Overall, a good place to grab some decent beer when in Atlantic City.

, Nov 05, 2007
Photo of SixpointJMH
4.05/5  rDev +4.1%

went down to ac to check out the borgata and the new marketplace at the trop, which boasts this place as one of it's new additions. walk in and you're slammed in the face with their wall of 45 (i think) taps. nice variety here: dogfish, heavyweight, victory, troegs, smuttynose, sierra, rogue, just to name a few micros. plenty of imports on tap as well. 101 bottles are touted as well, and it seems that they rotate them on a fairly regular basis. unfortunately they didn't have the tupper's ale that i ordered, but i happily settled for a rogue mocha porter as my second choice. service was great as well. my only complaint is that you're in a bar, but not really. it's not enclosed completely and there's a decent amount of other nonsense going on around you. that and there were too many people walking up ordering shots or bud, coors, etc, but what can you do? overall, a great little place that i'll definitely be sure to hit on my next trip back to the trop.

SixpointJMH, Aug 07, 2003
Photo of Dogbrick
4.01/5  rDev +3.1%

Firewaters is a not-so-hidden gem in the Quarter section of the Tropicana. It is in stumbling distance to casinos, Jitney stops and cabs so that is a plus.

The exterior is par for the course for what you would expect in a Casino bar/restaurant. On the plus side the large # of draft handles is viewable to passers-by. Inside it looks like a typical sports bar. The bar area is right at the entrance, and around the corner there is dining room seating. The bar boasts the previously-mention taps, along with their available bottles lining the walls. The establishment is dark with spartan furnishings.

The beer selection is phenomenal, especially when you consider you're technically in a casino. They have 50 drafts with surprisingly few macros. Selections include Smuttynose, DFH, Yuengling, Kona, Brooklyn, De Dolle, Sly Fox and many others. As for bottles they claim 101 from the likes of Heavyweight, Tröegs, Rogue, Victory etc. Glassware is varied and the prices are very reasonable. They also offer samplers of 4 drafts for about $7-8. Included with the sampler is a notes paper which scores extra points in my book.

The service here is good. The bartenders know the beers and know how to serve them. No complaints at all in this department.

We did not have any food on this visit, but the deli with whom they share an entrance looked worthwhile.

Overall this is a place I would definitely make a point to visit any time in Atlantic City.

Dogbrick, May 11, 2007
Photo of Franchise
4.01/5  rDev +3.1%

I knew I was making my way to Atlantic City so I decided that I needed to not only bring beer for my room but try to find a place that has good offerings for my stay. My search led me to Firewaters, at first glance not a great looking place on the casino side of the Tropicana Hotel. As you walk in you notice that whole amtosphere thing leaves you quick because the beer selection is very good and I'm pretty sure the best in Atlantic City. I was in there on a early sat night about 7-8.

The bar tender seemed knowledgeable but with all the taps in front of me there wasn't any need for many questions. Most of the taps I've seen before, Firewaters had about 50 taps with only Miller Lite and one other offering that was kicked.

The beers to be had were DFH (90/60), Sly Fox-Saison, Allagash, Kona Brewing-Pale Ale, Chimay Blue, Brooklyn, Stone, etc. All reasonably priced with a load of bottles in the fridge as well. They have a 4 beer sampler/for the price of the pint of the most expensive sample you order. I wish I could have spent more time in this place, with all the beers I did not get to try but if I ever come back to AC this place will be a nightly hang out.

Franchise, Apr 19, 2007
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Firewaters in Atlantic City, NJ
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