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Beer Available At Market Garden Brewery (arranged by most recent)
Market Garden Beer Garden Bock , Market Garden Hop Drive , Market Garden Cleveland Illuminator Dopplebock , Market Garden Barrel-Aged Danny Greene Enforcer , Market Garden Danny Greene Enforcer , Market Garden Bocephus , Market Garden Citramax 80, Market Garden ADHA 871 Pale Ale , Market Garden Yankee Doodle Pale Ale , Market Garden Big Wheat Weizenbock , Vander Mill Blue Gold 70, Rivertowne Hala Kahiki Pineapple Beer 48, New Belgium Accumulation 83, North Coast Old Rasputin Russian Imperial Stout 100, Great Lakes Conwayís Irish Ale 80, Bells Winter White 85, Market Garden Old-School American Lager , Market Garden / Indigo Imp / Rocky River Tallboy Wheat , Market Garden Wahoo Wit , Market Garden Wee Heavy Wallace
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KPD (173) Michigan | January 4, 2014
80 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 16/20
Stopped in for lunch and beers on my way to Nano brew then a hockey game. Since they are the same brewer this is really one review with two parts. They had 11 market garden beers on tap. We had 2 tasters so tried 8 and liked them. Favorites were lager of the lakes and Yankee Doodle pale ale.i thought both were excellent. The other 6 beers were good as well, then finished with a pint of Zombie Dust! Lunch was good and then moved down the street to Nano. Great start to our session !
merc7186 (159) North Tonawanda, New York | December 5, 2013
70 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 13/20
Ambiance: The place has some really nice brick but the lighting inside is poor. The bar area is pretty long and can hold easily 20 patrons with plenty of tables around it.
Service: Decent, knowledgeable bartenders although a little slow to refill a glass especially on a slow night.
Selection: Decent Selection of many different styles but the quality of the beer was a little disappointing, expected more.
Food: Ordered the chorizo tacos and it was delicious and made with fresh ingredients.
Value: Beers were about 1-2 dollars then comparable places in the area and the quality was less than those beers, not worth it at that price. Food was a little high on the price side too but not far out of whack like the beer was.
ReggieDunlap (142) The dub c, Pennsylvania | January 28, 2013
70 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 15/20
Crowded when we went here for dinner but my tacos were fabulous...little pricey but definitely great. Atmosphere was a mix of brewpub/sportsbar but not bad. Service seemed fairly decent as did the beers. Iíd go again for dinner.
miketd (125) Cleveland, Ohio | December 9, 2011| Updated April 17, 2012
56 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 8/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 10/20
Huge space with two bars and tons of seating. Had about 8 of their own beers and a decent guest selection. Prices were high - $7.50 for a Great lakes Christmas Ale? Why? I can get it two dollars cheaper right across the street in the brewery. Growler prices are insane also... for mostly average beer. The five beers I tried were average to bad. Service was ok, but i saw plenty of staff standing around talking. This place has potential, but not worth going very often right now.
jmikolich (110) North Ridgeville, Ohio | October 2, 2012
52 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 1/10 SELECTION 8/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 14/20
So, the beer baron of Ohio City owns this too, and they make boring beer. but there is another side to the coin. If you get here early, you can eat and have decent (albeit overpriced) food and a drink no problems, come on saturday night and its filled with Douches who have friended the barkeep and thus get served anytime they walk to the bar, but they donít order the house beers, they order Vodka Cranberries and redbull vodkas... whatever. getting served on a busy saturday night is an exercise in futility even with the 3 or 4 large bars (2 upstairs, 1 outside 1 in the basement)
Their prices are standard for Ohio City about 5 bucks a pint, their beer is boring and donít expect anything to wow you, bland IPAs, thin stouts etc.. their session beers are better but not great.
all in all depends what you want, youíre in a trendy area of Ohio filled with hipsters, if you like that.. great.. if you donít avoid the area on friday and saturday nights.
realistically its great to have another local brewery even if all they produce is substandard flavorless beer.
Cliff (68) The Land of Milk and Honey, Ohio | July 30, 2012| Updated April 29, 2013
76 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 15/20
This place is not getting much love locally and I fully anticipated not to enjoy it due to the few beers that I have had at festivals that seemed lackluster, but after visiting on a late Saturday night, my perception is definitely changed. Got here around 11:00PM on a Saturday, and it was busy. Large open space, a few large bars and an outdoor "bier garden". It was busy, the music was loud and it felt kinda douchy, but I was OK with that as I was with a group of friends and I wasnít looking to make any new ones. They had 12 house beers on tap. I had 3 and tried a few more that others in my group ordered. None are all that experimental or high ABV, but they were all solid and I really enjoyed the pils. We got a few food items and they were really good. Prices were on par for the neighborhood ~ $5 or $6 for a draft (except growlers, their growlers are WAY overpriced) and I really donít have anything negative to say. I will be going back but next time it will be earlier so I can check out the scene before it becomes "Club" Market Garden.
FROTHINGSLOSH (56) GREENSBURG, Pennsylvania | July 8, 2013| Updated July 21, 2014
36 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 3/10 SELECTION 8/15 FOOD 5/10 VALUE 2/10 OVERALL 5/20
Dark, loud, crowded and hot. Food was interesting though a bit too expensive. The beer was pretty blah and they wanted $15 just to sample 6 of them! Service was fairly poor. Again the beer was not very good. Will. Not. Go. Back.
fiver29 (52) Cleveland, Ohio | July 13, 2011
72 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 14/20
I visited this establishment this past Saturday night. I made a reservation using open table. Valet parked. So this seems more like an upscale brewery to me than the usual brewpub. We were seated next to the bar. I asked if we could be seated on the patio and was told that was first come first serve and there was a wait time any where between 30 minutes and 3 hours if people just sit there and donít leave. We took the seat by the bar. Funny thing about the patio. There were half a dozen tables out there with wooden reserved blocks on them. I had a reservation, too. Guess I wasnít good enough to sit out there. I ordered a beer sampler. Most of the beer on the menu here are about 5-6% ABV. So mostly session beers. None stood out. The beer here is pretty boring actually. The IPA was not hoppy, the stout one dimensional, and so on. Best beer of the bunch was the Brown ale. Iíd have that one again. I ordered the pork tacos to eat. All the food is ala carte. So we shared a pretzel first. Which was very good. And the tacos were outstanding. Overall, the place had a nice stuffy upscale vibe to it. The beer was boring. Food was outstanding. If I choose to go back it will clearly be for the food. Not the beer.
Steeeve (36) Ambler, Pennsylvania | December 6, 2011
84 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 17/20
Really cool vibe in this place. Very big, two bars with a bunch of TVs, sort of a modern warehouse sort of theme. Very hip. Great service. Wide variety of beers. About 10 house brews and 10 or 15 more guest taps. The house beers were not great. The amber ale was good, but the scotch ale was bland, the wheat was watery, and the pale ale was under-attenuated with hints of diacetyl. The guest taps were mostly local goodies, with a few Brew Kettle and other beers. We had already eaten dinner, but the food looked so darn good we went back Sunday morning for the Browns brunch, and had some awesome fresh omelets and amazing homefries with our 11 am beers. I really dug the atmosphere here, my favorite from my brief trip to Cleveland. I will definitely be hitting them up for dinner if I ever return. Itís almost a shame theyíre already so popular, as they may be loath to change their subpar beers.
ultrashuai (30) Bloomington, Indiana | July 30, 2011
48 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 2/10 OVERALL 5/20
$12 for a 6-beer sampler. $6 pints. That sort of says it all right there.
Very new place, so they may work things out. But theyíre certainly drawing in the crowds. Came on a Friday night, sat at the bar with friends, and often had problems getting any kind of attention from the bartender. It gets a really mixed crowd, likely spilling over from the perpetually-packed Bier Market across the street as well as from Great Lakes.
They had a number of house beers, having added a few very recently, including a black IPA, which was very good. I wasnít particularly happy with the wheat or the regular IPA, although I do like their name for it, "Clusterfuggle."
Also about six guest taps, all very good, but nothing to get too excited about.
There are so many places in Metro Cleveland that itís hard to get anything noteworthy, and this is not a noteworthy place. I would definitely choose Great Lakes.
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