Dropped in here with the wife and daughter not long ago.
It seems to be in an old railway station or the like. Walked up the ramp and as soon as we entered the door noticed a large area reserved for country/craft style gifts and preserves etc.
The restaurant/bar itself is very large and spacious again done in a sort of American west/Bavarian crossover style..it surprisingly works fine.
Unfortunatlly they no longer brew their own beers, which saddened me. However they did have a few germans on tap ,I had a Franzikaner Hefe, I also spotted a Spaten Optimator tap and a Paulaner. There are also 4 or so North-West micros along with the regulation BMC.
Service was very good and the waitress very attentive.
The food was also good, most of it rooasted or grilled ( they seem to be the local dealer for Traeger BBQ grills).
All in all i enjoyed but sad to see the brewery is no more.