Very small space that gets filled too quick. If you want to just be there and take it all in, its really tough. Its clausterphobic. Great spot to tick all the beers and they are quick to give you pours. All were great. Notorious fresh was a dream come true. Come for a quick tick and crowlers but then get out fast.
The tap room is bare bones, just a bar and standing space for about twenty people, but with the location you donít expect much. A punk rock amalgamation brewery for sure. Service was great, friendly and welcoming and knew plenty about the beer. More beer on tap than you would expect with flight and crowler options. Definitely one of my favorites in the Bend area.
Great little hole-in-wall in a fairly suburban neighborhood. Bare bones tap room with five taps: Bone Light was my favorite when we were there. Knowledgeable staff, the brewer came out and talked to us for a few minutes. Great branding and schwag. All beers were high quality. Iíll be back when Iím in the area again.
Interesting little place, basically the entry of their brewery. Tiny, tasters only. 5 for $4. Growler fills to go, very reasonably priced. Lots of swag for purchase and lots of really cool, old cans around the place too. Only allowed to have 5 different beers on tap, which is too bad. Bartender said they are working on a new tasting room.
good beer...bare bones operation. growler fills and glasses filled...a little swag. not pretty to look at but the beer is good. kind of had that holier than thou attitude, like a toattoo parlor, but not over the top. iíd go back...
Visited on Thursday 23/05/13 in the early afternoon.
Located a mile or so out of town.
Basic industrial facility, 5 taps, first pour (2 oz?) was free then subsequently $1 per sample.
Plenty of merchandise available, donít mention the local transvestite Monica to the server, he got shitty when we did!
Overall a quick pitstop to get some ticks or fill a growler with decent hop juice.
The beers here were amazing, the Fuego Rojo habanero infused red ale was my favorite, intense heat burn and flavor, loved it. The place has no seating, you just stand there and take samples of all the beers that you want to try, which are only one dollar for a typical sample size. It looks like some old service station converted into a brewery, and not all that converted really. It has character, and the apparel consisted of t shirts, hoodies, hats, all sorts of stuff to buy. Not the type of place to go and have a pint ( they donít even offer them, just samples and growler fills).
Cramped tap room with only 5-6 beers on tap. Wide range of bizarre merchandise with their logo on it. Tasters are pretty much all that is available as there is nowhere to sit down and have a pint. Tasters came in ridiculously small mini pilsner glasses. What is this, a beer for ants!? Bartender/growler fill person had a bit of a ítude but that sort of works with their road hog motorcycle theme. Growler fills and glass were not cheap. Beer quality was high for their hoppy stuff. Everything else was okay.