I like to order a Cascade Pale Ale at this brewpub. The beers are based on recipes from Canton breweries that were in business prior to Prohibition.
AAA Inspector Notes
Once a McCrory's five and dime store, this beautifully restored building has exposed brick walls, original linoleum floors and arched windows. In the basement is a recreation of a Prohibition-era "speakeasy" that includes the restaurant's brewing equipment. Complementing the beers is an abundance of hearty pub fare, including sandwiches, burgers and salads. I recommend the Cuban pizza topped with ham, pickles and mustard sauce. Dessert options are limited. A visit to this restaurant is to step back in time to the early 20th century when the city had lots of breweries and even a professional football team (the Canton Bulldogs) that started the NFL. One of those breweries (Cascade Beer) sponsored the team. Stop by, order a Cascade Pale Ale and raise a toast to Mr. Ralph Hay, the founder of the NFL.