Visited Nov-2011. Visited on a very busy Saturday night in November, this place must be absolutely rammed on a game night or during Frosh week. Funk country rock music blaring over speakers, wooden booths carved with students’ comments and sharpie pics. The downstairs underground is quieter but also has a couple televisions -- all of the TVs in the house are tuned into the football game. Amazing tap list upstairs, pretty good downstairs. Worth the wait for a table! Quick friendly service. Didn’t try any food but the variety looks pretty good -- pub bites, wraps, sandwiches, burgers, pizzas, and even specialty fries. Would return for the beer list. (5/8/13/NA/8/16) 84
Visited on a rather busy monday evening. Looks like a student bar with a good selection of beers of tap and bottles. They even have danish mead. Friendly service. Wouldn’t mind visiting again some day.
A classic beer pub interior-wise, with around sixty beers on tap and quite a lot of bottles too. Got decent service, didn’t run into lot of beers they were out of either, in fact just one. We visited on a quiz night so the place were crowded, still no problems getting served. Didn’t try any food. A place worth visiting.
Probably the best beer selection of any bar in Ann Arbor. The food s not bad either- the Stilton waffle fries are excellent. Definitely a student bar and canbe loud. They do a very good job bringing in different breweries. Went to a Bells night and had Expedition Stout, Black Note Stout and Double Cream Stout - a lot of good beer and fun!
A great craft beer bar that always has awesome events going on. The tap list is usually great year round, but they have plenty of take-overs and events with some beers that linger for a good amount of time. Bell’s Bourbon Barrel Cherry Stout was on tap for almost a week! Great bar food, tons of greasy burgers, fries, hummus, chips, pizza, & a really awesome cheese platter. Decent service. Pretty small place, can take a while to get a seat sometimes. I’ve also had a few issues with dirty lines a couple times. Had only a beer or two then ended up with an incredible headache later on. Other than that, the best place to drink beer in AA.
I’ve been here one time that was included in a little Ann Arbor day paired with Jolly Pumpkin. I really liked the vibe inside with the staff and fellow patrons. All very nice. A nice amount of seating in the small space without feeling cramped. A decent tap list with a lot of local options. Grabbed a couple pours and paired it with an out of this world cheese plate and some hummus. Overall a nice stop with the light shined on that delicious cheese variety.
This bar is very close to the university and you can tell. Definitely a student bar, a bit of a dive and sticky. Service was OK. Selection is why you come here, a huge amount of taps and all over the range. We didn’t eat. Prices were OK, they do have daily beer specials which make it better. A good place to try a variety although only pre-set samplers.