We visited this brewery 21.12.2013. Thatís the oldest of the 7 breweries in Temecula (3 years old!!). Still could not figure out why there are so many breweries here. Some of them are quite similar, however they are good, as Black Market. Nice bar, brewery, fermentation tanks and wooden barrels in a separate room together with some tables and benches, quite good beer atmosphere. Also beers absolutely ok, we had an oatmeal stout and an imperial red ale.
A large tap room with more than 10 Black Market beers on draft. They also have bottles to take away. The quality level of the beers wasnít very high. Iíd say the beers were at best average. They offer flights. And they have free popcorn, which for me is a major plus. Probably not a priority while in Temecula but it is located near some other breweries so you could pop in here and sample a few.
Small but nice bar and tasting area with a fridge with some bottles and a smattering of merch. Much lager tasting area in the brewhouse portion of the building with several long picnic tables. About 11 or 12 house beers, including a few special beers I havenít seen around before. Friendly service and good prices. Beers were kind of disappointing, though.
This is in an industrial area, but itís actually a nice place. Thereís a small taproom, which opens onto the factory floor. It feels surprisingly authentic and fun. The bartender was really nice and knew a little about her beer. The selection was good, 12 of their beers were available! The value was great, with $1.25 tasters and $4-5 pints. Overall a lot of fun, Iíd love to go back.
Plenty of parking in an office/industrial complex. Ambiance inside begins with a cramped tap room and fridge for to-go bottles. Some barrel seats with cushions are nice but sit too low on the bar making the experience similar to that of a child sitting at the adult table. Off to the right you can hang out at some picnic tables inside the brewery warehouse. Lots of house beers on tap. Service was efficient but not what I would call friendly or kind, seemed more like we were an annoyance. Beer quality was pretty average with some surprisingly yummy things and equally as many very bad things. Overall lower quality than Aftershock but higher than Wiens. Everything was available in ~$1 per glass sampler flights. They also have free popcorn.
Another industrial warehouse brewery but this one was actually pretty busy. They have about a dozen beers on tap and Iíve only seen about half of those on tap in other places or in the bottle. Some were good (rye IPA and the quad) and some were alright but there was plenty to pick from.
Service was friendly, prices were good, lots of people having a good time. Itís a cool place to check out but just like most industrial park breweries youíre not going here for the ambiance, youíre going here to try some new beers or to buy some beer in bulk if they have something you like.
Better than the average warehouse brewery but nothing special. The difference is that this one is a bigger facility and they have a bunch of barrels.
Tucked into an office park, thereís a decent sized bar and plenty of picnic table seating in an adjacent area near the fermenters and racks of kegs. Nothing fancy, itís just a tasting room in a brewery. Laid back, comfortable and friendly. Maybe ten taps, and I had tasters of most of them. ALL were excellent; Iíd be happy drinking a pint or two of any one of them. Even the couple styles Iím not normally fond of were utterly delicious. A very nice experience.