Promoting the Craft Beer Movement
Throughout the late 1990’s, two best friends began to notice that something had changed, they wanted more from their beer after visiting some fledgling craft breweries. The issue they faced was that finding these new wonderful palate tantalizing delights was a challenge as bars were still focused on macro breweries. So over a fine cask conditioned ale at a local brewery on a Thursday night in 1999, the two best friends decided to take the bold step and be at the forefront of the craft beer movement.
On May 10, 2000, Logan’s Alley opened with six craft beers on tap and a 75 bottle beer selection of whatever we could get our hands on at the time. At the time the two were told they would fail as the craft beer movement was a fad. Now we have 23 taps pouring some of the best beers currently being brewed and a bottle list with over 200 selections that is ever evolving. The goal was to get as many people to have the opportunity to try new beer in a classic neighborhood pub setting, and with the “craft beer fad” still growing, that goal is a moving target we continue to aspire to achieve.