The front room of this place has a large U-shaped bar, lots of tables, and a jazz band when we stopped by. Then you can walk into the brewery and turn right to find a smaller, more intimate bar. Selection is the same at both, so take your pick. Staff was terrific - Antonio steered us in the right direction and made sure we got a glass of the seasonal which wasnít on the menu. Beers were tasty. Didnít try the food, but I would return to do so. Nice stop.
Large old school taproom with some charm and parking in the back. Service was really pleasant and they were passionate about the beer. Decent selection all pretty solid with flights and tasters available. Food was pretty good and a reasonable price as well. A surprisingly nice stop and I would recommend to anyone.
A rather dank, loud, and smoky joint in a coal infested college town. The beer is fine and we did not try any food. The service is more bar-like than brewery/brew pub like. About 8 house beers are available on tap along with plenty of macro crap bottles.
Arrived at 6:00pm to find the front room empty and every one congregated around a back bar. Despite only 10 people being in the rather tiny bar area it took 15 minutes before my presence was acknowledged by someone who worked there. The beers were decent. The food was very bland. The chili was flavorless and served lukewarm. The fish and chips were not the least bit appetizing. If you have to go to Morgantown and youíre desperate for beer ticks this place exists, but donít make a special trip here.
Wow this is a claustrophobic town. This place is nice inside... large restaurant with lots of dark wood and an adjacent lower key bar area where sadly smoking is allowed. In fact, I felt out of place in this town NOT smoking. Bartender was nice enough but unattentive. The food was mediocre (beer cheese soup). They offer a regular sampler and a seasonal sampler. The beers ranged from poor to very good. Apparently they have parking but I found it much easier to park in the garage the next block over (75 cents an hour). Everything is dirt cheap.
Visted in March 2010. I enjoyed this place, especially in view of the relatively slim pickings in Morgantown. I guess itís a pretty middle of the road brewpub but I liked the atmosphere - not too much of a corporate, identikit feel. Beers were OK - sampler tray available. Food was OK. Service was incrediby attentive, possibly because our server was an Anglophile who had lived in the UK for a while and seemed more intent on chatting to us than attending to other clientele. So I guess service may have been a bit flaky if you were one of those other customers. One of those places that are not stellar but fill a niche in the area and are a godsend if you are travelling through.
For those wanting to stop into this place, itís fairly easy to find and has a parking garage right across the street, so there is plenty of parking. Went here on a whim on the way back home from Pittsburgh. House-brewed beers were pretty tasty and the food was good. Their beer battered fries are delicious. Was also surprised to see that they carried a nice selection of Rogue and several other craft breweries beers in bottles. I went on a Sunday afternoon, so there wasnít very many people there and the bartender was very helpful. She seemed to know her beer. The only downside to this place is that there is smoking allowed inside. If that doesnít bother you, then this is a great place to visit and have some good beer.
weihenweizen (353) Charleston Area, West Virginia | August 22, 2014| Updated August 24, 2014
Small parking lot in the back by the river. Nice size place, u-shaped bar on the left where the taps are. Really like the sampler option. Good service and reasonable prices. I enjoyed my stop.
Right downtown - nice older building. Very dark inside. Very good service (got there right around shift change). Nice eclectic food selection (especially for WV). Beers were all decent enough. A nice stop - Iíd say a must if in the area (as thereís not a lot of other choices).