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Beer Available At 23rd Street Brewery (arranged by most recent)
23rd Street LBG Collaboration No. 3 - Biere De Garde , 23rd Street Raspberry Porter , 23rd Street Old School Porter , 23rd Street Crimson Phog Irish Ale 35, 23rd Street Bitter Professor IPA 66, 23rd Street Bartertown Brown 59, 23rd Street 2 Sisters Hefeweizen , 23rd Street Smoke on the Wheat , 23rd Street Rock Chalk Raspberry Wheat 24, 23rd Street Wave the Wheat Ale 24, 23rd Street Hawktoberfest
KUEric (119) Washington, Washington DC | May 9, 2005| Updated July 1, 2006
52 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 7/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 10/20
Beer is the only thing to bring you in .. and its not that great.
The food is bad ... almost always out of at least a beer.
Service is hit or miss.
The atmosphere is standard chain brewpub and would be alright except you leave smelling like youíve worked the fryer all night (believe I know, Iíve had that job).
Iíd stay away from the one in Lawrence, although have heard good/decent things about KC locations.
I will say if you eat outside on a nice evening/afternoon its definitly worth visiting.
I lived less than half a mile away and went no more than a half dozen times, it was that unspectacular and unimpressive.
ReRate (after going back a few more times): Not as bad as it was. The food is better than I thought it was (wings way too ground peppery, but salads good, and sandwiches are above average). The beer still isnít outstanding (though not bad), if in town go to Free State .. if youíve already been there then give this place a shot. The atmosphere still is below average, but Iím giving it more than the 6 overall I previous had as it seems to be improving its quality.
Nuffield (108) Roseville, Minnesota | January 2, 2005
38 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 4/15 FOOD 5/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 5/20
My waitress said that of the seven beers they had on tap that day, two of them (including one of their five regular beers, the Brown Ale) had run out and they wouldnít be replacing them on tap until the next day (this was dinner at 7 p.m. on Dec. 30th). Uh, o.k. Atmosphere: generic TGIF-meets-roadhouse, high ceilings, loud music kind of brewpub. Food: my wifeís London fish & chips was pretty good. My black bean burger must have been from a box, and the avocado topping was a really small dollop, until I asked for more and it was brought out. My kids shared a kidsí meal (theyíre very young). The menu used the same word--chicken strips--as the adult version of the menu, but my kids didnít get a high quality chicken strip; instead they got very poor quality chicken pressed into animal shapes, and over-cooked to a crisp as well. For $4.99 the only saving grace was the nice bowl of ice cream, and they gave one to each of my kids even though they shared a single meal. The brownie-ice cream-fudge dessert was decent. Overall, we stop in Lawrence two to four times per year and we tried something new. But weíll never go back here. For food, atmosphere, and certainly beer, Free State wins out overwhelmingly.
3fourths (1272) Boulder, Colorado | December 14, 2004
70 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 14/20
Has the usual BJs appearance: big windows, high ceiling, raised bar floor with bright and shiny everything. Had the yuppie college crowd and music playing way too loud when we visited (11:30pm, Friday night, oh well). Staff was very nice and speedy... beer really wasnít that bad. Nothing to rave about, but most everything they had was made very well. Good use of hops.
Dansting (114) Overland Park, Kansas | July 20, 2004| Updated February 7, 2005
74 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 15/20
A nice place, formerly Emerson Biggins and Sports Page Brewery. Never crowded, yet is set up nice.
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