Really cool place with a ridiculous selection of draft beer! Pizza Boy had 22 out of 102 total, including about half a dozen nitro lines. The service was good, very serious about ordering your beer by number, an issue I am willing very much to overlook given the number of taps. They were very kind and patient as well. They donít offer flights. Food was available and looked great, though I ordered none. Lots of available packages and large format bottles, including hard to find seasonals and limited releases. Definitely going back. Oh, and the urinals are made out of 1/2 bbls that have been cut in half, but Iím easily amused.
Very nice place to stop at on the last leg of a road trip. Place was huge, with tables and an area for brewing. Tons of taps, with a good portion devoted to the in-house beers. Only tried the in-house beers and they were all mostly above average. The food was great and definitely hit the spot. We had several beers and the average price was $5. Canít beat that.
Last stop on a road trip and what a great way to end! Large building with indoor and outdoor seating. Not much more than a warehouse, but it does offer a view of the brewing area and a lot of seating. Beer selection was great! 102 taps, but a few were empty. While there were solid guest taps, we stuck with the Pizzy Boy house beers and were not dissapointed. Good prices as well with the average beer price being $5. They also offer growlers and a bottles to go equal to what youíd find at a local bottle shop. Food was equally delicious with fantastic pizza and wings. I really want to come back here for both beers and food..
Visited on 3-12-14
Ambiance: Wide Open Interior, L Shaped Bar that can hold about 18-20 patrons, bunch of tables all over, sort of that metallic dťcor
Service: Bartenders were decent and friendly, knowledgeable
Selection: 102 taps of some pretty fine liquids, various styles...if you come here and cant find 5 beers to drink on any given night, youre an asshole
Food: Pizza was average at best...and that is what they are supposed to be known for.
Value: Some beer prices were decent, some were pricey
Overall, would recommend it, especially for the selection but eat before you arrive
Huge warehouse style building seemingly in the middle of nowhere. Staff keeps the lines moving efficiently. Huge tap list including a ton of their own beers which are generally excellent. Pizza is ok. Think Dominos with better ingredients. Probably amazing if youíre drinking all day long. Prices are mixed. Drafts/growlers are excellent value. In house bottles are very expensive. Mix 6/bombers to go run the gamut. This place is worth its own trip for sure.
John25 (18) Middletown, New Jersey | February 16, 2014| Updated February 20, 2014
Visited last weekend. Amazing beer selection of 102 taps. I loved the Pizza Boy in house beers. They are very unique. Try the sunny side stouts. Great pizza. I brought 4 growlers back to NJ!! They also have the greatest urinal ever because itís made out of a keg. I had an awesome time hanging out there and the beer was excellent.
A world class brewery disguised as a suburban pizza joint. An incredible selection of Pizza Boy beers, usually around 20, as well as around 50 guest taps. I think they have capacity for 100 taps, but they were nowhere close to full the two times I visited. The beers here are awesome and CHEAP. Some great experimental stuff, as well as some great sessionable pale ales and other "normal" offerings. Pints are usually $4, growler fills start at $10. Really a great place. If I lived closer Iíd be crushing growlers of this stuff every weekend. But alas, I have to settle for visiting every few months. Oh, and the food is pretty good too.
Art (131) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | December 21, 2013
I canít believe I had never been here before. This place is amazing. Loads of taps (102) with about 1/4 of them being their own stuff. Super friendly staff and clean, inviting atmosphere. Tucked away in an industrial park, I would love to have this place as my local bar. I want to try the food next time Iím around.
Typical brewery tasting room feel to it with the bonus of good pizza by the slice (big slices) and very reasonable prices on food and beer. Service was good. They have a large selection of taps with a good number of those being their own brews. Had a lime IPA which was pretty good. The place also had a good bottle selection and filled growlers. I got a 1 ltr growler of Victory Dirtwolf to go. Will be back again. Little hard to find. Thankful that I had it dialed in with the GPS on my phone or would not have found it. A very good place for brew to go and to imbibe on location. Will definitely be back, especially since they just mentioned on their Facebook page that they have Backwoods Bastard on tap.
Great pizza and a really awesome draft selection as well as a decent bottle selection. Laid back, cafeteria style eating area. Lots of big TVs make for a good place to watch games. My only complaints are that Iíd prefer servers, at least at the bar so I didnt have to get up all the time. And I think it sucks that I canít buy at least 1 bottle of their beer to go. I travel there from far away and my only choices are to either not enjoy their BB Barleywine or irresponsibly drive after drinking it. Thats a letdown.
Travlr (2530) Charlotte , North Carolina | October 14, 2013| Updated April 4, 2015
This is a pizza joint. Itís an Italian deli. Itís a beer store. Oh, and itís a brewpub. Hard to find, we passed it three times, and actually switched to a different GPS, then had to stop and ask at the hotel across the street. It was worth the effort. Filled to the brim with locals, plus a steady parade of people coming in for pizzas or growler fills (and, oddly, a case of PBR or Miller Lite - oh well). The pizza is terrific, and the beers are interesting enough to keep coming back. Plus, the selection of guest taps is very solid. And the prices?? $4 a beer, holy cow! Great place, and now that Terry Hawbaker is brewing here, Iíll definitely be back. 5-8-13-8-9-18, 88.
SECOND RATING, now that theyíve moved into their new digs. The brewery portion is amazing, all new Braukon stuff, and now surrounded by barrels of every flavor, red wine, white wine, rum, bourbon. Seems like every small nook and cranny had a barrel in it. There are far more beers on tap, with the usual amazing stuff by Terry, some with fruit added, courtesy of Al. The pizza, thankfully, is just as delicious, the bottle shop is the same. Growler fills still available. The star of the show was the Pizza Boy sours in bottles for in house consumption. Staff is terrific, and Terry took time out from his long day (already past 6 pm) to show us around, share some beers and chat. Amazing place, worth going well out of your way to find. The only way to improve, I think, would be for them to offer sampler sizes (say, 4 ounces), especially now that the number of taps has grown so much. I want to try them all! A minor point in an otherwise amazing place. And now that they offer 8 ounce pours of any beer, even this is solved!