This small bar, newly opened in December 2017, has a large bottled craft beer selection for its size.
To reach this bar, travel via MRT to Sutthisan MRT Station. Exit the station via Exit 3 – when you reach the sidewalk, turn left. Walk less than 300 meters to Ratchadapisek Soi 18, and then turn left onto this soi. Walk straight for 350 meters, until you come to a fork in the road, right in front of a Golden Dome Bar complex on your left.
Turn right (as shown by red arrow, in the photo above) and follow that fork for 100 meters, at which point the road takes a 90 degree turn to the left. Follow the road around the turn and then take the straight road for another 300 meters. At that point you will come to a small strip shopping plaza on your left, just before you would pass in front of a large head office building for Yaskawa Electric. If you look closely at the photo below, you will see the red arrow pointing at a sign for aBeer Home Bar.
Turn left into that retail plaza, and you will see:
The entrance to aBeer Home Bar is directly behind the outdoor seating in the photo above.
Once inside, if you look to your left, you will see two double-wide beer coolers holding about 140 different canned and bottled beers:
If you look to your right front, you will see the bar, six draft beer taps, and one video screen:
Above the windows at far right is an overhead menu of draft beers that are available:
They have six taps – only five were in use at the time of my visit.
There are eight stools at the bar, two stools at a window rail to the left, as you enter the bar, and two four-person tables to the right, as you enter the bar.
Outdoors, they have four four-person tables, with full overhead cover:
Music is contemporary international pop music, played at moderate volume.
Smoking is allowed only in the outdoor seating area.
There is attended, controlled, paid parking in front of the retail plaza – aBar customers can get their parking slip stamped for free parking .
They have no kitchen, and thus no food – but they do serve complimentary nuts.
Clientele is predominantly Thai.
Toilets are shared by all tenants of the retail plaza. To reach them, make a hard left exiting the bar, and then another hard left, to walk along the footpath that traverses in front of all the shops. You have to walk about 50 meters to the end of the strip, and then turn left:
There are separate men’s and women’s toilets – the men’s toilets were spacious and spotlessly clean.
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