So, Daniel over at the Moan and Dove is all, "Hey dudes, my bar is totally sweet and making a lot of money, what do you think if maybe we go and open a place across the river and have more taps and maybe a kitchen," and the banks are all "Damn yes we will give you the money to do this," and so there's the Dirty Truth. They usually have at least four beers of each major style on tap, and then sometimes they will surprise you with something that they got from some brewer you've never heard of who's big in exotic locales. They're pretty much single handedly responsible for introducing Racer 5 to the Western Mass area. The kitchen puts out some damn fine food. There is the occasional tasting there and sometimes they have brewers out for a talk. Why aren't you there now, you should go get a beer there already.
So, if you are a person who likes the beers that are not Schlitz and Milwaukee's Best but are Chimay and Cantillion or something that is hard to pronounce from Norway AND you enjoy talking with barstaff who can ramble for twenty minutes about the changes in Belgian brewing styles and will also tell you to get out if you are a jerk AND maybe you like peanuts you should go to this bar. They have some 170+ varieties of bottles available and some 12-14 taps of stuff you usually can't find in stores. They will give you a thirty two ounce mug if you can drink all the bottles in a year, but you have to read a poem to get it. Beer Advocate's #1 beer bar for 2006.