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Brick Store Pub Restaurant Review: Brick Store Pub’s extensive collection of beers goes on for page after fascinating page. American craft brews are center stage, along with small-production European and other international quaffs. Microbrews include Terrapin from Athens, Georgia, and Atlanta's own Sweetwater. Expensive and exotic options dot the list, such as a Leipziger Gose Bier from Germany that will set you back $30 for a 750 ml. bottle. Among the imports, Belgian brews are prime. All are served at proper temperatures and in correct glassware, and that means never frosted. The kitchen turns out good burgers made from Brasstown's grass-fed beef from North Carolina, fish 'n' chips, and good vegetable dishes, such as a curried chickpea side that comes on a bed of rice. Brunswick stew, baked Brie and cured meats, either house-made or from local Pine Street Market, are menu highlights. For dessert, get the seasonal strawberry coffeecake with framboise lambic-flavored whipped cream. Although the wine list isn't nearly as notable as the beer portfolio, it is carefully and intelligently selected.