Craft Beer in Provincetown
While there may not be any breweries in Provincetown, there's still plenty of places to enjoy a cold pint along Commercial Street. These three of our favorite craft beer bars in Provincetown serve up some of the country's finest brews with a focus on New England craft beers. From local giants Allagash and Cisco Brewing to smaller, Massachusetts breweries like Cape Cod Beer and Devil's Purse Brewing Company, you'll find a wide variety of styles of craft beer in Provincetown at these great bars.
Local 186 | 186 Commercial St, Provincetown | (508) 487-7555
"Burgers and beers" says it all at Local 186, where the people watching is some of the best in town. The draft list is short and sweet with a great mix of local microbrews like Fiddlehead IPA from Vermont and larger, national outfits like Missouri's Tank 7. Share a bottle from the large format list with a friend, and don't miss Local's signature fries, loaded with garlic Alfredo or blue cheese and hot sauce.
The Squealing Pig | 335 Commercial St, Provincetown | (508) 487-5804
This casual, cozy pub is a great place to stop into for a beer and some oysters on the half shell (also local!) from the raw bar. Most of the ten taps are local and feature larger New England craft breweries like Harpoon, Shipyard, and Berkshire Brewing Company. The bottle selection here offers more variety of domestic and imported beers from Chimay, Dogfish Head, and Unibroue. With some of the best beer selection in Provincetown, The Pig should top the list of any visiting beer lovers.
Nor'East Beer Garden | 206 Commercial St, Provincetown | (508) 487-2337
This charming beer bar is an oasis in busy P'town. With over 15 taps that change frequently, the beer garden is one of the best places to find a great selection of craft beer in Provincetown. From sours and saisons to hoppy New England-style IPAs and nitro porters, you'll be impressed with the wide variety of styles on tap. Visitors during the winter months will miss out, however, as this outdoor bar is open seasonally—it reopens for the 2018 season in May.