Big wide open space with lots of pool tables, games and a good sized bar to the left. The bartender was a chipper, attentive gal so kudos on the service. The beer was mostly on the level of a decent home brewer, though the aroma of the brown ale (and the beer in general) was very nice. But, aroma only goes so far. I generally found the beers to be too light bodied and lacking in flavor concentration. Still worth a stop as it’s the only brewpub in the general area.
Good beers and like most places it is busy in the evenings and weekends. Beers were all good last time there. Seem to have a new something going on alot. The food selection was very good though what I choose was a gamble. I had the philly cheese and not many places make great ones this one was ok but dry like most. The server was very busy but nice in damn I’m busy kind of way. I enjoyed it lg game area and plenty of seating. Not overly loud but it had the bar atmosphere going.
A nice, funky spot in Decatur w/ 7+ taps of house beer, tons of pool tables, dart boards, and video games. Decor is part bowling alley and part McMenamin’s-style in the Pac NW. Bar service was a little slow, but accomodating. Didn’t try any food, but full menu available.
A dirty pool hall that brews beer. The Cuban sandwich and fries I had were good. Looked like they were out of a couple of house brewed beer. They did have a decent selection of commercial beers. The bartender was nuts. Way over the top friendly.
. Basic bar food and the beer selection is good. I prefer to go during the afternoon, when the bartender is outstanding. The beers they brew are good to great. Get the sampler tray and then pick your favorite
Hank1980 (42) Athens, Georgia | October 17, 2007| Updated September 18, 2008
Great place in a great location. Good selection of their own brew. Lineup spans several styles and they often have a cask brew. Chili was excellent, fish and chips were so-so. Plenty of pool tables. Helpful and friendly staff. Another great beer location in Decatur.
A large pool-hall with very decent house brews in a cool corner of Decatur (close to Tracksides and Brick Store Pub). Selection was very good insofar as they have a large number of house brew selections. I didn’t really pay attention to their selection of other stuff. They also had a cask-conditioned house brew available (which was very tasty). I didn’t even notice whether they served food or not (I was there late at night for a drink and some billiards). Overall, a great place to grab beers and/or shoot pool.
Great type of place if you like this type of place. I’d prefer less games and noise, but this is a place with a good selection of brews, decent food and good service.
If you don’t get into Decatur early, your parking chioces may be limited to one of those $5 pay lots, but then there is a lot within walking distance.
This is pub has a fun atmosphere with tons of bar games and a fairly wide open floor space. The bartender was bubbly, enthusiastic, and very helpful. I found the beers I tried to be of above average quality. It’s great to have another reason to make visit Decatur when I’m in the ATL region.
Atlanta’s newest brewpub is a winner! The parking leaves something to be desired, but fortunately they are just two blocks from the Decatur MARTA (rapid rail) station. This is a billiards-oriented bar, but you don’t have to be a pool nut to enjoy this place. Food is decent, but the main attraction is the beers they brew - and they are darned good! It is a great place to meet with friends, from just one or two up to a large crowd.