This place opened pretty recently and seems to have a nice setup. What I found strange was the large sign out front that said Pour House on it, and that the bartender answered the phone with “Pour House”. Turns out that they partnered up and now continue the live music that Pour House had.
The interior has a number of seats as well as room for a band. The bar is very small but there is plenty of seating elsewhere. The guitars hanging from the wall are a nice touch. Outside is a good sized patio that I’m sure can hold a lot of people.
Beerwise the place is alright. The house beers are just alright but they just started so I’ll give them another try further down the road. What I had today was a Wit, Pale, Amber, and Stout. The guest beers range from PBR to Einhorn Blonde to something called Brash Beer Item 9. While I was there during the afternoon I saw a steady stream of customers coming through. We’ll see what these guys do.
AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 7/10 OVERALL 15/20
Walked down the street from Downtown Brewing. Small little bar with a few seats out on the patio. I was a bit confused when I looked at the tap list and there were no house beers. Asked the bartender and he said they stopped brewing because the brewer quit...okay. Just ordered a glass of one of the New Belgium Trip series beers instead. Looks like they have live music, but none offered during my visit. Selection was decent enough, but too bad they’re not brewing anymore.