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Suds and City

Brothers and GLB co-owners Pat and Dan Conway are ardent promoters of the city of Cleveland, preserving its heritage in their historic microbrewery as well as supporting its modern attractions.

One of their most charming contributions to city life is the free shuttle van that takes customers from the brewpub to the tourist destination of their choice, be it Jacobs Field, Gund Arena, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, or the theaters of Playhouse Square.

No advance reservations are necessary; just ask your server.
In fact, Dan confides, you don't even have to be a customer to catch the shuttle, "although we hope you might stop in for a pint."

The van will also pick up guests from downtown hotels for a free ride to the brewpub.

"We're only one mile from downtown," Dan says, "and there is so much to do there. We thought it was a great way to show off our city.

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