This cider-only brewpub around the corner of Edelweiss Sausage & Delicatessen has only just started serving its own cider, having opened too late to catch the prime of the apple harvest, but it has everyone else’s on its six taps and enormous refrigerator case. Thanks to the fenced-off cage of brewing equipment at the back of the room, Bushwhacker has the atmosphere of a suburban pub built in a concrete storage locker. The sterility of the space is eased by a lovely mural by Jason Coatney, a smattering of soccer paraphernalia and the frankly baffling variety of American ciders to try. On your first visit, taste them all; the six-glass, $6 sampler is ridiculously generous, too much for one drinker to consume before dinner. BEN WATERHOUSE.
What to drink: Blue Mountain Dry Creek.