shrubber85 (334) Greenville, Indiana | February 18, 2014| Updated October 7, 2014
Small brewpub in Broad Ripple. Not very big and may be a challenge to get a table on a busy night. Selection of their own beers plus guest taps but not very extensive. Mussels are spectacular - Belgian worthy. A great place to eat and start a beer trip to Broad Ripple but would like a larger beer selection.
b3shine (318) Indiana | September 6, 2012| Updated August 14, 2013
A nice spot in Indy with a Belgian theme. Selection wasnít extensive, but it was good - and they had the only sour in town on our visit. My wife and I split an appetiser, and were impressed. Weíll be back.
Update: Stopped by for a full lunch and it was awesome! Beer list is expanding too, including some guest taps.
Very small bar area but lots of seating, including outside. Very classy place with there nice assortment of their beers and several really nice guest taps. Nice place if you are in the Broad Ripple area.
A nice space with a bit of a restaurant feel. Only been in the winter, but there appears to be outdoor seating. Not a huge selection of beers but they are quite nice. Food is good as is the service. Prices are decent. Overall worth a stop.
Sort of a cafe-restaurant feel. No complaints about the service. Selection was only five house brews, but each a style that you donít see everyday at brewpubs, so kudos there. Quality was all over the board: poor, average, above average, great. Though the Belgian food was not the highest of quality "in style" if you will, it more than gets the job done and is certainly well above the level youíd expect such food to be made at a brewpub. ...And frankly I loved the whole experience of it even if I feel the need to be all hyper critical. Good value too. Great to find such a unique brewpub.
A neat Belgo-French style brewpub/restaurant in Broad Ripple, Indianapolis. I donít think there is a bar, just lots of dark wooden tables, and some outdoor seating as well. There were 5 taps on when I was there with some interesting styles (saison, black Belgian ale, dunkel, IPA, and sour ale). However, I would rate the beers as average. Nonetheless, it is nice to go to a brewpub that features some different stuff. As far as the food, I would come here for that alone. A very authentic menu - I got the duck confit and it was very tasty. I had no problems with the service or ambiance here, although I visited during a less crowded time. Overall a place that should not be missed while in Indy, especially if youíre hungry too.
This brew pub in the heart of Broad Ripple is a very good beer destination in Indy. Their in house beers are great examples of the Belgian styles. Ambiance is not so nice, but the great beer offerings make up for it. They also have frequent, good craft beer offerings.
Service is pretty awful usually and the food is not nearly as good as some people might have you believe, but their beer is pretty good and they usually have some good guest taps. In Broad Ripple, Iíd usually rather go to Barley Island, but if I have to go here, I have gotten to the point where I donít complain too much.
Nice place in a sea of mediocre beer bars. Brugge beer is pretty decent. I prefer the Pooka and the Quadripple over the others of theirs I have tried. Their bottle selection is usually pretty solid. Had Founders KBS last week when I was in. The standard Belgian fare is solid. This place is a very good bet on most nights.