Iím usually appreciative of industrial settings but the noise and close quarters werenít that appealing. though found a good seat. Very good service. My fried oysters were excellent, light & fresh. Been familiar with their beers a long time--and the German leaning not to my preferences. Only beer I felt like drinking was the IPA and that wasnít very good, harshly bitter while thin & a little flat.
Found an old note from a daytrip up from Portland in 2013. It was a pretty typical taproom. I was on my own and remember chatting up the bartender quite a bit. Had an oyster sandwich and it was "solid"... apparently.The beers were so-so.
A casual local bar with a small dining section and a comfortable lounge. Bright and airy. Lots of beers on tap, non particularly great. Tasters available and well priced. We didnít eat but it looked OK. Not a bad stop and a convenient location if you are going between Seattle and Portland.
Old school brewpub with a decent selection of house beers on tap. The regulars are very bland, but the seasonals are decently made. Service is friendly, though not overly knowledgeable about the beer. Very reasonable prices. Worth a stop if in the area, but not a must stop by any means. Better go to Three Magnets a block away if you have to choose.
This was my first experience with a hipster brewpub. The service was OK; a little slow and slightly off-putting, but OK. There was a great selection of beers, but the quality of them was not all that great - a few were fine, but a lot werenít. And more werenít than were. Food was decent, though we only had an appetizer.
Travlr (2531) Charlotte , North Carolina | September 16, 2013| Updated February 8, 2015
We actually stopped here for breakfast since they open at 9 am. Of course, we also had a sampler of four beers. They have their own stuff plus guest taps. The menís room is worth a look too.