This misleadingly named establishment, which moved four blocks north from its original home on Southeast Belmont Street two years ago, is deservedly famous for its stock of 1,000-odd beers, plus sundry wines, ciders and meads. But the Station, which is owned in part by legendary Horse Brass publican Don Younger, doesn’t get nearly enough credit for its attached bar. It’s a cheerful, narrow space dominated by the long wooden bar and dozen rotating, mostly local taps. Drink a cold pint or crack open a bottle from next door for a small markup.
What to drink: Avery Maharaja IPA, $4.25.
Happy hour: None.
Entertainment: That massive bottle list.