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Beer Available At Central City Brewing (arranged by most recent)
Central City Imperial Porter 88, Central City The Hobbit: Smaug Stout 83, Central City The Hobbit: Gollum Precious Pils 29, Central City Red Racer India Pale Ale 98, Driftwood Entangled Hopfenweisse 85, Central City Red Racer Gingerhead Gingerbread Stout 80, Caulier Bon Secours Blonde de NoŽl 49, Central City Red Racer India Style Red Ale 94, Central City Thorís Hammer Barley Wine Bourbon Barrel Aged 91, Central City / Four Winds Maiden Voyage Cedar Aged Extra Pale Ale 70, Central City Imperial Stout , Central City Red Racer Pumpkin Ale 48, Central City Red Racer White Ale 45, Central City Red Racer Pilsner 57, Central City Red Racer ISA 83, SchŲfferhofer Hefeweizen 59, Burnside Sweet Heat 49, Central City Red Racer Imperial IPA for Autism
papajohn (25) San Diego (Mira Mesa), California | June 29, 2007| Updated June 30, 2007
60 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 8/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 12/20
DITTO...cannot say it any better than the previous raters. The food (steak) was O.K., but if I return it will be for the beer. I had Boomers Red and Empire IPA. Both were very tasty. Been there, done that.
CapFlu (216) Victoria, British Columbia | June 29, 2006
60 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 8/15 FOOD 5/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 12/20
A modern, bright and lively atmosphere with a large pink "open labia" bar containing 16 taps with 8 styles. Brewer and co-owner GaryLohin is a very friendly and optimistic personality whoíll hopefully keep the reigns on the brewing styles, and profits from, this humongous outfit adjacent to the newest campus for Simon Fraser - Surrey. My biggest complaint is the food - the recommended appetizers in the local Beer Guide are no longer on the menu - so I had the Prawns Topaz ($8.95) and the Drunk City Chicken ($12.95). The Prawns were a tiny portion while the Drunk Chicken, though ample in size, was terribly bland. The beer did live up to expectation - I loved the beers with the German malts and mild hops.
Oakes (727) Vancouver, British Columbia | December 24, 2004
48 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 6/15 FOOD N/A VALUE N/A OVERALL 8/20
The brewpub is pretty standard in terms of appearance - gleaming, but charmless, with big open spaces, televisions, etc. Thatís fine -we all know I prefer wood, brick and coziness. The service at the bar was good, the wait staff seemed lost in the open spaces and never managed to notice the new customer standing there. The beer is really a waste of Gary Lohinís talents. The Wheat is acceptable, the Red quite good. The lighter stuff is well-made, but the heavier (Pale, Porter) is poor. Easy to reach right across from Surrey Central Skytrain station, but I canít even declare it the best brewpub in Surrey.
JoeMcPhee (529) Toronto, ON, Ontario | May 2, 2004
48 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 3/10 SELECTION 6/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 11/20
This is probably one of the best looking brewpubs Iíve ever been in. The place is gigantic, but it still manages to feel intimate. Food was good, but the beers were quite average. I liked the stout and the Red ale. The service was okay, but our waiter was completely incompetant. If you go, try the calzone... it was tasty.
Crit (140) Surrey, British Columbia | March 16, 2004| Updated September 18, 2008
52 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 7/15 FOOD 5/10 VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 11/20
This place is huge!! Several different areas including the bar, a pool table area, a terraced night club area, and an indoor sidewalk cafe. Apparently 4.5 mil was spent. Taps are limited to their own, macros only in bottles and every liquor known to man. The Wallys Wheat,Boomers Red and the Stout are all worthwhile. They have a cool 2.95 gal take home keg in the liquor store.
Jan 08: Food quality has gone downhill, prices are up and the menu choices have been reduced
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