weihenweizen (125) Charleston Area, West Virginia | February 8, 2014| Updated March 7, 2014
78 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 16/20
This is the place that has replaced the Charleston brewpub. Keep in mind the brewery is still intact and has doubled production capacity. Parking is on the street. Parking is free, I think 6 pm till early in the morning Monday through Saturday and all day Sunday. Black sheep has a new front door right on the corner, but still facing Summers Street. New meets industrial decor, a little change but more than half the same. Two areas, the area just inside the door on the left where the new brewing equipment is on display and the area in the back by the big wooden bar where the original brewing equipment can be seen. Still good prices on the beer. Four formats of beer pint, sampler, growlers, and growlettes. I miss the half pints. At the time they didnít have the growlers or growettes, but they were doing pours. My service was very good. My food arrived quickly on a busy Friday night. The quality of food was outstanding (I had the steak burrito and sweet potato salad). This place needs acoustical ceiling tiles, it can be hard to hear right across the table. Overall the food is better than the Charleston brewpub and I have heard there is a plan to increase taps.