I actually visited this place on the night of July 3rd. We had open air seating outdoors with pigeons above in the rafters. They did not have many brews on the menu. The board was current, but the menu wasn’t.
bigtaster (79) Grand Rapids, Michigan | April 3, 2015| Updated April 5, 2015
Big open area under the roof with nice. Inside is okay, almost like a diner, lot’s of families. Pizza looks good. Okay beer. Good stop.
Visited 03/12/15. Convenient location right in the thick of it in downtown Asheville. Its close proximity to Wicked Weed, Burial etc making it an easy stop on a crawl. The space itself is large and visually uninteresting. I sat at the bar and received prompt service. There were 15ish beers available including a few treatments of their core beers. No guests were offered on tap. Their flagship IPA, Shiva, was overly sweet, but most other things I tried were solid. Prices were OK. Overall, worth a stop if you’re on a deep dive of Asheville’s scene.
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.
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!
A small modern brewpub next to Wells Fargo, just down from the bus station. The main room is quite pleasant, with windows to two sides, and there’s a covered patio where you can play cornhole and chess. They had 15 beers on draught, available in flights of five so we had our work cut out. The service was very friendly and helpful and the pizza was very good.
(Visited 10 February 2014).
Cozy, Packed pizza pub vibe. Mountain Sun or McMenamins feel. Average beer, lots of IPA and other hoppy things, about what you would expect for American beer. Their attempt at an imperial Saison was a disastrous sugar bomb.
Classic pizza joint, pretty clean. Sat at the bar so got prompt service. Food was good, beer was decent, prices were decent. I have to admit to being exhausted and a little beered-out when I got here, but overall decent. It it hadn’t been chilly, it looked like they had a nice outdoor area.
First stop on trip, mostly because of location and we were hungry for lunch. Beers across the board were solid, nice sampler of everything. We skipped the amazingly cheap lunch buffet of pizza and ordered off the menu. Nice artichoke dip with a lot of artichoke. My calzone was solid, and my wife’s nachos were quite good, with a nice fresh salsa. Our service was friendly and prompt. Maybe they have pulled their act together - this wasn’t bad, and the pricing was fantastic.
Wooden tables and chairs centered around a bar with the brewery in the back. Service was nice, but I went with a friend that knew people who worked there; that being said they took us on an unofficial brewery tour and showed us the canning line in action, pretty cool. Selection is all there production beers, which none are mind blowing. Food is pizza, nothing special, but not bad. Price is the best part, super cheap for pretty much all the beer and the food was down there too. Worth a stop if you’re on a budget, but I suggest the Merrimon one if you want to try something special or have a better experience.