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Your rules: Beer-bar etiquette

Rule No. 1 in the beer-bar book.
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When it comes to beer bars, decorum can be as important as draft selection and clean lines. And so we asked you, our readers, to share your ultimate tavern rules: If you wrote the book on beer-bar etiquette, what would be your Rule No. 1? The best tweets are below, but don’t miss the excellent responses on Facebook.

 

 

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Jessica Daynor is DRAFT’s managing editor. Reach her at jessica.daynor [at] draftmag.com.

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