I really like the bottleshop/pub combo idea and I think they do it pretty well here. 7 or 8 doors of mostly singles and a few 6-packs with a reasonable to-go price and a pretty hefty on-premise price-tag. I bought a bottle to go, but probably wouldn’t pay the upcharge for any bottles to stay. There had a good number of beer taps (25 or more) that were fairly interesting anyway that made buying a bottle unnecessary to say the least. We didn’t try the food as we just came to check out the beer. Table service was a bit inattentive, but it contributed to the laid-back vibe. This Hopjacks location seems like the slightly upscale version of the louder downtown "party" location.
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 15/20
phaleslu (352) Cincinnati, Ohio | December 15, 2012| Updated December 17, 2012
Stopped in on a Saturday afternoon. Little place on the east side of Pensacola. 33 taps, with some interesting stuff. Seemed to be a better quality than the 120 at the downtown place. Decent bottle selection. Prices for drafts are really good. Bottles are a little more expensive than where I’m from. Food was good; sandwiches, cheeses, snacks. Knowledgeable, helpful staff that knew their stuff. Really cool place. I like what they’re doing here.