I saw why this place is world class. The taps speak for themselves and of course, awsome BBQ. The service was excellent, my server was able to do so much and keep track of everything. I will be coming back I just which it wasnt a 30-40 minute drive from my house.
18 Aug 2013. Awesome! 23 taps. Three beers were their own. The rest were guest taps from all over. I haven't even seen half of them. Food is med priced but awesome. Bartender was very friendly. It is small and busy on a Sunday. Apparently it gets lots busier though.
A small and narrow space on the way out to the Seal Beach pier. Always an excellent draft selection and the food can hang with pretty much any BBQ in the state. The size is the only downside, it can really take some maneuvering to get a place to sit at the bar unless it is the middle of the week. They also have some awesome special events and tap takeovers periodically.
Nice spot near the beach. The day I was here they had lot o Saison on tap,from all over the world,canít remember if they had a event or something. The service was friendly. Unfortunately I took just a couple of brews so I need to go back!
I guess itís high time to update my review of this place. First went in 2008 after having walked by a few times without realizing it. The food is amazing and the service is always good. The first time I went in I was very surprised at how they "only" had 15-20 taps but they were all interesting and in most cases good. Had some obscure Speakeasy beer and something called Cuvee de Raisin (I eventually figured out who made that one). Sadly I dont get back enough but will try to periodically.
Complaints include that its small so seating is an issue, parking sucks, and the prices are high (but the food and beer are worth it).
Also, I hear they have a good bottle list but in my dozen or so trips Iíve never looked, I just drink the draft beer.
LtDan (65) Los Angeles County, California | September 29, 2012
A very hole in the wallish type of atmosphere, very intimate and small. Great service, well thought out medium sized selection. Great experimental/southern hybrid cuisine. I love it. Itís fairly priced, but not a habit I could sustain if I lived closer. Much different from the LB location.
3fourths (1528) Boulder, Colorado | August 17, 2012| Updated December 18, 2013
fantastic taplist of local and regional and international beer. delicious and well-made food (grits with mushrooms, do it) with passionate and knowledgeable staff and one of the most extensive bottle lists Iíve seen in the states. best of all, they serve the kegs at cellar temperature rather than freezing cold like most places around.
Love this place...when itís not packed...which isnít often. Always stop by when Iím in the area. Great service, stellar taps, and delicious food. Glad theyíre expanding so everyone can at least get in the door and have a seat to enjoy what this lace has to offer.
Very small, cozy location one block from Seal Beach pier. Great atmosphere, chill, amazingly knowledgeable staff. All cute women with great training on craft beer- great recommendations. Tap list is large, about 23 beers on tap and a good bottle list to boot. Keg rotation is ferocious so check their LIVE TAP LIST CAM ONLINE! . They donít do flights, which sucks, but will do very small free tasters, 1-2 oz pours, to see if you like a beer. When I was there they had three house beers on tap brewed at the Long Beach location, four Hangar 24 one-offs, 3 Fonteinen Beersel Lager (hard to find), Victory Prima Pils, Boon Framboise, Green Flash Double Stout, others. Very impressive. We all had lunch. Decent brisket sandwich for $5, good collard greens, very good bleu cheese grits. Great BBQ pork nachos and sweet potato fries. Come hungry. And donít come expecting to get 10 4oz pours of whatever is on tap. Prices were good ranging from $5-$7.50 for pints. Lunch menu was a deal with all $5 BBQ sandwiches. Staff was pleasant and patient. Also gave us a little tour of their sick tap system.