Soon enough sober commuters will have another option for lubrication when passing through Grand Central: Park Slope's Beer Table has signed a seven-year-lease for a 300-square-foot outpost in the station's Graybar passage between Lexington Avenue and the Great Hall.

Before construction begins the Table needs to get its liquor license, but they hope to be able to open up shop "in a couple months." In the meantime, don't expect a bar. The Grand Central Beer Table will be focusing on retail with an emphasis on growlers of regional beers. They'll also sell bottled international brews along with vinegars, mustards and “various ingredients that would go well with cooking with beer.”

Having brought a few crappy beers on Metro-North in our time, we throughly support this development.