Nowadays, the measure of a man is his expertise in the pouring of a beer with just the right amount of head, the perfect sculpting of considerable facial hair, and conversational wit shared over a deep array of taps showcasing 100 percent locally brewed beers and ciders. At Community Keg House, beers, beards, and boys crowd long wooden tables like modern-day Vikings with a taste for healthy small plates and an appreciation for gallery art. This recently founded 4,000-square-foot temple of beer is located in the old Grain Belt plant in Northeast. Folks pay by the empty glass and pour for themselves, which makes it a great Tinder watering hole. Kindly staffers are on hand to provide sample cups and help train your tap-cranking wrist technique.