Itís located in a cellar. Unfortunately not a cosy one, but a huge concrete bunker.
Constant frier activity is going with bad circulation so the atmosphere is stifling.
Some homebrews on tap and about 8 "guests".
Bargirl friendly and helpful enough, but itís just a bit depressing.
Kind of a weird set up here. You can sit out on the street/sidewalk area (I guess thatís the patio) or go downstairs into the restaurant/bar. Pretty busy, but not surprising on a Saturday afternoon. Quick and very friendly service. Four house beers on tap, all were quite bad. They had a pretty decent guest list, though. The food looked okay, at least, but I didnít eat anything. If youíre looking for a place to park, just go into the lot at one of the casinoís (Harrahís has tons of parking and is close by).
Stopped in, as we were staying in Tahoe for a spell. Entire bar is in a basement, and parking nearby is a challenge. I p[arked at the nearby grocery store, and walked the 10 minutes to get back to the brewery. Food is average to good, the house-brewed beers are on the weaker side of average, but they serve a surprisingly good selection of other Californian micros like Green Flash, Stone etc. by the bottle and on tap. Food is average, service both times was pretty good. Iíll likely stop in again for a pint when Iím back in Tahoe.