Mulholland Brewing Company | Reynoldsburg,
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Mulholland Brewing Company (OUT OF BUSINESS)
Currently with 5 ratings
Type: Brewery (see listing)

7679 E. Main St.
Reynoldsburg, United States 43068 [ print map ]
614 868 8000

Hours: Unavailable at this time

Taps: 20 | Bottles: Unknown

Mulholland Brewing Company

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5 reviews for Mulholland Brewing Company (OUT OF BUSINESS)
 Ambiance  64%
 Service  66%
 Selection  80%
 Food  70%
 Value N/A
 Overall  67%
 Rating  70%

brentfeesh  (80) Mansfield, Ohio | June 9, 2008| Updated June 12, 2008
So I just read the reviews and was sad to find out that there was a basement. Would have been nice if someone had told us. Oh well, I guess that speaks to our visit. We arrived around2pm on a Friday and we were the only people at the bar (one family eating in the restaurant). Our wait staff was one of the managers. Let me tell you, I would not want to work for her. She clearly rules with an iron fist (perhaps this is why they have some trouble with their wait staff – as I read in other reviews) . However, she was nice enough to us and seemed generally knowledgeable about the beers. While we did not have to wait for anything to drink, I just got a generally cold feeling about the service there. Now we did get to meet one of the brewers towards the end and he was engaging and friendly (Vince I think was his name). They had a good range of brews, both of their own making and a solid visitor tap selection (Hop Rod on tap…Yum). Their beers were generally OK (though nothing is going to wow you), and I really liked their Imperial Red. Menu looked decent but we did not eat. A mixed bag of a review I know, but all and all I’d go back if I was out that way.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 10/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 6/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 13/20
Rogueone  (21) I F&ckin’ hate those guys from, Ohio | April 17, 2008
I have been here three times, with similar experiences. The first time I went I tried the Highland Scottish Ale, which was drinkable but just an average at best Scottish Ale. I sampled the Perfect Storm Vanilla, which was thin and weird to me, and the Belgian Brown which was just OK. The bruschetta there was consistently good, but other food had varying results. It is truly hit or miss depending on what time you go and how busy it is at the time. If you are not calorie counting, the pub chips are pretty tasty if you can get them when they first come out of the kitchen. The upstairs bar has a brewpub feel to it they are still working out some kinks insofar as the seating goes as the bar tables and chairs are a bit wobbly which is just sort of annoying. No growlers yet, however, I don’t feel that there is anything I would take home in a growler. To me, their saving graces are: their array of solid guest taps which range from strong ales to double IPAs, their nitro tap on which I have sampled Old Rasputin as well as their Irish Stout - the Toronado Dubh, and their awesome happy hour ($2 pints on Wednesday).
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 3/10   SELECTION 11/15   FOOD 5/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 10/20
sliffy  (86) Columbus, Ohio | March 1, 2008
Went there for Leap Fest - the hoppiest night of the year. Those failings aside. Their selection is solid, 4 - 5 of their house brews, though they are very mediocre. The Highland scottish was a solid beer, about 20 or so guest taps, that ranged from some pretty good micros to some not so good quasi micros. The biggest plus was the 4 - beer sampler for $1.00. The upstairs seems a lot nicer than the basement sports bar, which just seemed kind of dingy. The service was awful, from describing a saison as bud light, to completely ignoring the need for a refil on beer. The menu looked like a nice mix of pub fare to some nicer entre’s. I ordered a patty melt that probably would have been very good except for the fact that it had either been sitting under the heat lamp for a while, or they pre cook their burgers, and toss them on the bread. The fries were lukewarm, it was very dissapointing. I can’t see going back there anytime soon.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 10/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 18/20
SCooper175  (1) blacklick, Ohio | November 25, 2007
This a great hidden place in Reynoldsburg! The inside decor much more appealing than the outside reminds me of the cool, modern restaurants and bars in downtown columbus. There were many different types of beer to choose from. I dont think they had your typical brand names but a lot of different types of drafts that packed a lot of taste! The MOST IMPRESSIVE part of the visit was the food! My wife and I eat out a lot via downtown columbus, pickerington, gahanna, bexley, etc and the food there was very good. They were in their early stages of being a restaurant. There probably should be chairs or seats in the foyer to wait comfortably. Our server was very good and the food and orders came very quickly! The enviroment was very modern. At the front of the restaurant and bar boasted 4 larger lcd flat tvs for game watching. We also checked out the sports bar in the lower level. I hear they will be adding a volleyball court for next year. Cool Place, Great Food, Great Beer- We’ll visit again shortly!!
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 5/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE N/A   OVERALL 13/20
BeerVirgin72  (97) Pickerington, Ohio | November 21, 2007
Well. Its only been open for two weeks, so I kept that in mind. The four beers they brew are average at best. They offer a beer list of an additional 16-18 more on tap with names like Stone, Dogfishead, Bear Republic, New Holland, Great Lakes, and Unibroue amongst them. They were heavy on the Belgians and the fruit beers. The service was friendly, but slow. The food is well above average for a brew pub and it is rumored the head chef is from the Cameron Mitchell empire. The menu is diverse and impressive. I had the beer cheese soup which was tasty and a Gyro platter. My companion had the Asiago chicken. Both dishes were very good. However, for a brewery, they should probably focus more on the beer. The interior was incomplete at the time of my visit and the waitstaff VERY new. There is a Sports Bar in the basement with T.V.s and Ohio Sports memorabilia, which is kind of nice. The location is pretty tricky. Not much else around here. I suppose its worth a visit, and I am hoping that in time once they get up and running that the beer, food and service all meld a bit better.

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