With craft beer becoming more and more popular in today’s bar scene, it’s almost rude to distract from all of the awesome, hoppy, and oftentimes, locally brewed beers we can get our hands on here in the Hub. However, money. Sometimes, we want to booze all night and just can’t shell out $6 or $7 for each brew. Enter: the dollar draft.

No, you won’t find the best beers on tap for just a dollar. And no, you won’t find such a commodity at Boston’s hottest or trendiest bars. But if you’re looking to get divey and indulge in dollar drafts, then who are we to stop you? This is America, after all, and this Memorial Day Weekend, it’s time to let loose. For cheap.

Dollar beers for everyone! Of legal drinking age! (And, OK we snuck in some $1.50 beers, too.)

Ames Plow Tavern, Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall
$1 PBR drafts every day

An Tain, 31 India Street, Downtown
$1 Coors Light drafts every day

Bluestone Bistro, 1799 Commonwealth Ave, Brighton
$1 Bluestone Beer or Bud Light drafts on Fridays (offer only valid with the purchase of an entrée)

Coogan’s, 171 Milk Street, Downtown
$1 Bud or Bud Light drafts every day

Crazy Dough’s Pizza1124 Boylston Street, Newton; 36 JFK Street, Harvard Square
$1 PBR drafts every day with the purchase of food

The Draft, 34 Harvard Ave, Allston
$1 Rolling Rock drafts on Thursdays

Hong Kong, 65 Chatham Street, Faneuil Hall
$1 drafts every day (plus $1 sangria, shots and cherry bombs…)

Moogy’s, 154 Chestnut Hill Avenue, Brighton
$1 PBR drafts every day

Sissy K’s, 6 Commercial Street, Downtown
$1.50 Miller and Coors drafts every day, while they last (so head there early)

The Wild Rover, 63 Chatham Street, Downtown
$1.50 Miller and Coors drafts every day

Did we miss your favorite spot for dollar beer? Let us know in the comments.

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