Mall-shopping beer snobs can rejoice. Easton now has a craft beer bastion. KDB (Kitchen, Den, Bar), a new multifaceted hangout, recently opened in the former GameWorks space.

Mall-shopping beer snobs can rejoice. Easton now has a craft beer bastion. KDB (Kitchen, Den, Bar), a new multifaceted hangout, recently opened in the former GameWorks space.

At first glance, it has much of the same feel as its predecessor - games, flat-screen TVs, multiple bars - but once you spot the massive draft beer tower sporting 24 taps of crafts and select imports, you'll notice things have changed. For the better.

The Kitchen, Den, Bar moniker refers to three separate areas for dining, gaming and drinking.

Downstairs, you'll feel like you're in a sports bar only surrounded by arcade, racing and Skee-Ball games. Making the games more fun is a draft selection that'll please any beer aficionado.

Bell's and Stone brews are paired with beers I've never seen on tap, namely Thirsty Dog's Old Leghumper. The beers are constantly rotated for seasonal changes, but some of the more popular selections will stay on the draft list. Pints range from $4-$5.

Upstairs is a dining area and a swanky lounge. The space has been given an upscale facelift.

It's far from the lower level's revelry, so you won't have to worry about the lights and buzzers of games encroaching on your quiet meal or conversation at the bar. But the lounge is equipped with pool tables, dart boards and some old-school pinball and arcade games (Ms. Pac-Man! Galaga!).

The bar is stocked with the usual suspects accompanied by some 15-year-old Scotches and standout bourbons. The Le Manhattan ($10) is a refreshing twist on the original using Maker's Mark, sweet vermouth and St. Germain liqueur.

Alongside an extensive martini menu is a small selection of appetizers, including some tasty Guinness-battered deep-fried pickle chips.

But the best part is that after 10 p.m. KDB is 21 and older - so the adults can act like kids without the kids around.