A must see if you’re in the Homer area. The brewery, the retail area and the bar are all in one big area. The service was pretty good, although I felt like we really had to ask a bunch of questions to get any information on the beer, I think they are used to serving mostly locals. They have a sign that says 2 samples each which kind of sucks. You can’t buy pints but can get growlers, kegs, and sobe bottles filled. Bring your own sobe bottles cause they charge a $2 deposit for them. The beer is good, I love the Porter and Stout.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 16/20
July 2005: Down-home feel to this little brewery in an awesome town in Alaska. They make quality beers, so be sure to visit the brewery and try them all. You can find their beers anywhere in Homer (they’re all good) in Homer. Otherwise, you can sometimes find it at Humpy’s in Anchorage .
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 6/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 16/20
Great little hard working brewery in the small town of Homer. The place was packed both times I went there with locals and vacationers filling up their growlers for the weekend. They have at least four on tap - all pretty decent quality and they can be sampled there at the brewery or taken home in growlers, 20 oz bottles (actually Sobe bottles with a Homer label!) or kegs. Most restaurants around town also have their beers on tap which is great to see the local support - in fact two restaurants I went to - they were the only taps! They also offer a Room with a Brew; above the brewery - a room to rent out for vacationers that includes a free growler of their choice. A must visit if in Homer.