Walk into Brewer's Fork and you are immediately happy. This is a warm place with super friendly staff and diners who are clearly enjoying themselves. The interior dining area and bar are inventively decorated and laid out and there is a a fine outside patio. The brew list is great. Lots of very interesting - mostly local brews - but a good share of beers from other locations as well. Great fun to sample a few (they were very generous to let us try before we buy!) and then settle on something wonderful! The food choices were fantastic. Always a nice selection of oysters, always a a huge selection of thin-crust pizza direct from the wood-fired oven, a "crudo" of the day - on our day tuna and cucumber- Korean BBQ short ribs, wood roasted meatballs. Every day there is a charcuterie board with a fine selection of meats, condiments, bread. I cannot say enough for this place that Michael Cooney and John Paine have created. Unfortunately I live in Ohio. If I were in Greater Boston, I would be a regular. I was especially impressed by the variety of clientele to whom the Brewer's Fork appeals - young families, single professionals, older folks and beer connoisseurs. Every one treated just in the right way. Brewer's Tap is in Charlestown but easily accessible to Boston proper and the T. Also it's just a few blocks from Old Ironsides and the Bunker Hill Monument. So a great location. This is a winner!