Small building and small tasting room on Long Island. Kind of a neat area that I wish I had explored more when I lived on the east coast. The tasting room is kind of home made looking as is the rest of the place. Beers were served in plastic from keggerators made from chest freezers. The server was very nice and gave a bit of a talk on the brewery while serving beers. It helped that there were no other customers there. The beers werenít all that impressive. Some had a bit of appley flavor but none were real offensive. Most interesting was probably the blood orange pale ale. Blood orange is my least favorite citrus fruit and why waste hops on a fruit beer? Just do a blood orange blonde ale. I wish them well but Iím not sure Iíd return. They also bottle some things if you want to find their stuff in the grocery stores.
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 16/20
theisti (410) Leawood, Kansas | May 1, 2012| Updated June 28, 2012
Visited early evening on a Thursday. My GPS didnít take me right here, so for other visitors - the brewery is located on the NE corner of Union Blvd and Saxon Ave. They are in the middle of building a new brewery, for the time being they are located in an older building on the property. This place had a great feel of a small brewery rapidly growing. Both of the brewers were present pouring samples, and were very friendly. They pour tastes of each of their beers (6 when I visited) free of charge, and also fill growlers and had two bottles for sale. The crowd seemed pretty local, and were really happy to be there. I had a fun time, and am sure I will visit again when I am on Long Island.