There’s no shortage of great local beer, but Iron Horse’s first stop is going to be an all-day tap takeover.

    There’s also a beer garden and a craft beer market.

    The first stop on the Iron Horse tour is “Iron Hound.”

    Located at the back of the tavern, you’ll find the Iron Hound Tap Room, a spacious bar and a small beer garden.

    You can pick up a glass of Iron Hound beer or order a drink from their own taps.

    You’ll also find a food truck and an outdoor seating area.

    It’s not a bad place to catch up on some friends, if you’re into that sort of thing.

    The bar’s upstairs is a small space with a few seats.

    The bar is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and the food truck is open on Sundays from 11 a.k. to 10 p.p.

    You also can take in the game of tag.

    If you’re interested in that, Iron Horse has a large indoor soccer field, which can be rented for a few bucks.

    The beer garden is open to the public from 9 p.y. to midnight, and the outdoor seating is located in the back.

    Iron Horse also has a bowling alley and tennis courts.

    You might want to pick up some tennis balls, too.

    Iron Hound is also the home of The Big Leagues, a professional bowling league, and The Great Lakes, an all ages baseball game.

    The Great Lakes is open Sunday through Thursday from 5 p.

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