drove by here on the way to a beer store and I decided it was a better idea to come here. Looped around the block and drove the wrong way on a one way street. I am glad I did. Two super friendly barkeeps. A few patrons to have a fun conversation with. Beers were okay, and drinkable. Cheep. I had a great time. thanks for having me.
Parking was tough, but after a few laps we got a spot in the small lot. Inside was jam packed, folks listening to a bluegrass band. Flights of four were $8.75. Beers were well done, with no standouts, and nothing too exciting. Coffee shop next door. I saw no food other than whatever the coffee shop had. Seating area had high tables and bar stools plus a few couches, and a handful of stools at the bar. But seating was as tight as the parking.
A pretty solid brewery tap. Visited on a Thursday night, and it was trivia night and the place was very busy, with a nice, convivial atmosphere. I had a flight of four beers, priced at a little over $8. The beers were all pretty decent, averaging around 3.6. The selection of beers is good but not great - I think they had around 10 house beers. The service was fine. I would visit this place again.
Really close to Yazoo, so you might as well stop in if youíre headed there.
An odd set up. The brewery/tasting room is in a small, separate area from the seating area and thereís a little coffee place in another room inside there. The beers are listed on a board above the bar. You can do tasting flights, though they have a few seasonals/special beers that are only available in a full serving--I donít like it when places do that... A wide variety of styles available, but in general, the beers were just kind of okay. Nothing really blew me away, though they werenít really bad, either.
The service was kind of surly at our first interaction, which I guess was kind of annoying since they were just opening and surely hadnít been dealing with annoying people all day...oh well.
Cool little place a block from Yazoo (and a much better option). Absolute hipster vibe, that shares the space with a coffee shop. Best beer mascot ever! Above average beer, with knowledgeable people working. Flights are available. Only drawback was that there was only 7 beers on tap, but I guess they have what they have
Pleasant tap room with somewhat limited seating (and parking). Was pretty busy on my visit but service was efficient (as it could be with a huge group of indecisive sorority girls). Nice brews. Definitely worth a stop.
Visited on a Saturday afternoon. A tour was just going thru, so we had the bar to ourselves. There were about six beers on tap, so we tried their sampler, four beers. They were decent, but the Barrel Aged stood out. No food to speak of, the tasting room was a decent size, and a nice outdoor area. Glad we stopped by, near Yazoo and a few really good restaurants.
10/24/13 - in town on business and wanted to check out a few local breweries. This was a block away from Yazoo, so if youíre going to check out one might as well check out both. The place was packed for a Thursday night, which is always good to see small breweries pulling in that much business. Parking lot was full as was most of the street next to the brewery. Ended up catching someone leaving and was able to get their spot. Nice, cozy place. Definite coffe shop vibe going on. Bar was a little small and seated roughly 8 to 10 people, but there are plenty of tables. There was a DJ setting up in the corner when I got there, but I left before he started. Bar staff was attentive, friendly, and knowledgable about their beer. Had about 6 beers on tap. I did a sampler of 4 of their beers, 2 oz each and I think was $8 total. Tried the Spruce Beerstein, Rompo Red Rye, Bearwalker Maple Brown, and Leghorn IPA. I found all 4 beers completely underwhelming and bland. Certainly was not impressed by the beer. However I have no complaints elsewhere about Jackalope. Will try again next time I am back in Nashville.