Beer gets the emphasis here, and master brewer Brian O’Reilly’s Grand Opening Alt, his first brew in his new digs, greets drinkers with a medium-bodied flavor in the tradition of a Düsseldorf favorite. The rotating selection usually includes O’Reilly’s Stout, an Irish-influenced light-bodied brew, and the Route 113, a very hoppy IPA with an intoxicating alcohol level of just over seven percent. Not sure what to drink? Just ask for a sample flight to go with your dinner — a somewhat haphazard menu of Mediterranean and Mexican options and more typical pub fare, including what just might be the largest crabcake north of Maryland. If you aren’t up to the hour-and-a-half wait in the miniature entranceway that often greets those who shows up at a respectable dinner hour, hit the popular game room, filled with pool tables, shuffleboard and dart boards, or get brew to go.