Parkville's Power Plant Brewery plays heavily on its neighborhood heritage. It's housed in the old Park College Power Plant, where there's still an old boiler behind the bar, and tables are set on former electrician catwalks. Local brew masters froth microbrews named for local legends -- for example, one for the town's most famous pioneer (Colonel Park's Pale Ale) and another for the area's old railroad line (Southbound Stout). And the bar has a rooftop deck to watch tourists during the town's numerous carnivals and festivals. But it's the joint's specials that draw the locals. The first Monday of the month brings all-you-can-drink seasonal beer. Thus, Power Plant has accomplished what only a truly great tavern can: It makes Mondays feel fun again.