Interior is homey and lived-in, making for a relaxing atmosphere. Music is not too loud, and when I wast her the TVs were on but with sound off. Server is efficient and friendly. Gotta go for the buffet - good food, fresh veggies! Beer is their own, which is first-rate. I’ve had a couple of their offerings in bottles, but it’s better from a tap. Come on, get hoppy here!
Our first stop in Asheville. The indoor and outdoor seating areas are fairly big, lots of room. Just happened to be Mystery Hop night, so we tried a sampler, all were very good. Our waitress was great, food was excellent, had a really good time. By far a great place to hang out.
I liked this place - I gues we expecting a brewery with a tasting room, this is a full service bar, roomy and spacious, and nicely decorated. Service was great, but were there in the early afternoon so we kinda had the place to ourselves. Staff was friendly and chatty withou being overbearing. Cool place.
Originally reviewed: 1/11/10. Stopped here for dinner when in town for a Midlake concert. Just down the street from Thirsty Monk. The place is an old warehouse-looking building. Inside consisted of 2 great rooms, each with a couple of TVs. Little decor, a pretty boring looking place. Not many people there on a Sunday evening. No matter, I was watching the Packers and may have been distracting. ;)
Ordered a flight of 5 of their brews. Each came in 4 oz. pours. Got one of their IPAs, APA, Porter, Stout, and a Scottish Brown. All brews were above average. Especially enjoyed their Pale Ale and their Ninja Porter. Also ordered a pizza, which was stellar! I would definitely come back here when in town and would recommend it to a friend. Great food and decent beer.
I didn’t get the diner feel that others claim, but the pub was cozy and friendly. Had a flight of beers as we moved down Coxe Avenue which were very good. Service was quick, but we were here in the early afternoon. Still, a nice stop.
Good brewpub! Good service, good (but not stellar) beers (perfect day IPA and the black IPA stood out as best), tasty pizza. Big selection of their beers too; ~15. Pretty good value. Kid-friendly. Not my absolute favorite place to eat in Asheville, but would come back.
Had dinner and a flight here in May 2015. Good service. Sat outdoors and watched an eclectic crowed, from hipsters to retirees and families with small kids. Worth a stop if you’ve been to several other breweries first.
stopped in on 1/21/12 after the brewfest. had been to the other location before but this was right around the corner from the hotel. nothing fantastic feature wise typical bar pizza place. had some nachos and salsa both very good. not store bought for sure. the pints were $3/each which is a steal in my book. seen others eating food looked great and i am sure its pretty good. shall go back again in future.
Stopped by here after dinner. Inside reminds me of a typical pizza parlor. Outside area is industrial, and very cool. Tables, games, etc. Lots of fun. Service away from bar is a little slow, but nothing to be too shocked about compared to most places. They had some solid beers on tap, which was nice. Samplers are affordable.