Two Brothers Tap House | Warrenville, Illinois
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Two Brothers Tap House
Good based on 32 ratings
Type: Brewpub (see listing)

30 W 315 Calumet Avenue
Warrenville, Illinois United States 60555 [ print map ]
630 393 2337 | twitter

Hours: Sun 12-8, Tue-Thu 3-10, Fri 3-11, Sat 12-11

Mayor: Travlr (2) | Taps: 8 | Bottles: 20+

Two Brothers Tap House

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Beer Available At Two Brothers Tap House (arranged by most recent)
Two Brothers Kick íEm In The Pilz 33, Two Brothers Hop Centric Black , Two Brothers Sour Beer #2 95, Two Brothers Northwind Imperial Stout 83, Two Brothers Ebels Weiss Beer 72, Two Brothers Prairie Path Ale 35, Two Brothers The Bitter End Pale Ale 64, Two Brothers Apocalyptic BeBop , Two Brothers Peppermint Bark Porter 69, Two Brothers R&D Peach IPA , Two Brothers Wobble IPA 91, Two Brothers Heavier Handed India Pale Ale 97
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32 reviews for Two Brothers Tap House
 Ambiance  64%
 Service  72%
 Selection  67%
 Food  77%
 Value  72%
 Overall  73%
 Rating  74%
Rating Distribution

  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 15/20
Dogbrick  (797) Columbus, Ohio | June 28, 2011
(Visited 11/2010): Visited Two Brothers after thinking I was lost, which is evidently a common experience for visitors. I actually visited two nights in a row because there was a private event being held at the brewery the evening of my first attempt. The brewery is located on the northwest side of Warrenville on Talbot in a seemingly residential area. There is a private lot as well as street parking. The interior is softly lit, with the bar on the left side and table seating throughout. The bar area boasts TVs and a view of brewing equipment. Two Brothers has about 10 of their beers on draught, including most of their flagship brews plus a couple less common offerings like Heavier Handed IPA, Long Haul Session and Resistance IPA. They also offer a 5 beer sampler. There are about 30 bottles on the menu too. Service in the restaurant area on a weeknight was solid. Our server was familiar with the beers and efficient. Food at Two Brothers is good. My colleague and I both enjoyed our dishes. Overall this place is worth the difficulties finding it. Recommended for any visitor to the area, and may even be worthwhile visiting from the Chicago area.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 8/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 15/20
ck1  (63) Illinois | June 20, 2011
Went the day before HopJuice fest. In the back end of an industrial park, not unlike Three Floyds. Pretty tasty food, with prices as to be expected in that area. Attentive service, although service was much better at the bar than at the bar area tables. Like everyone else says, would be nice if they made small batches for the tap house, rather than just serving what you can get anywhere. Will be interesting to see if that changes somewhat when the Roundhouse location opens up. Other than that, was a nice place to have a (presumably) fresh beer.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 5/10   SELECTION 7/15   FOOD 5/10   VALUE 5/10   OVERALL 4/20
jrallen34  (500) Chicago, Illinois | March 31, 2011
This review is going to stick to the quality of the experience of the brew pub food and atmosphere and the brewery tour. A place thats a little hard to find but just follow the directions on their website and youíll find it easily. Hard to find the actual entrance though. A pretty nice brewpub, wharehous feel. The food was really good, recommend most things there. The beer selection on taps sucks as its just their year round beers, which suck, and only 2 seasonals of their. If you are a prebub have some unique stuff brothers. Bottle selection is varied and nice. The tour is pretty good, its free takes about 45 minutes and you get 3 free samples at the end. The problem is its heavy on backstory of the brothers, which was mildly fascinating and short on actual brewing. The brewery is really nice, you can tell these guys have some money. Its worth a Saturday afternoon trip to eat lunch then go on the tour. Do not go to drink good beer as there is very little of that there, and its lack the creativity of one offs and special brews that most brew pubs have.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 9/10   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 18/20
efdejesus  (2) Naperville, Illinois | March 3, 2011
An excellent place to go for a meal or drink. Ambiance is nothing fancy. Beer selection is excellent. They always have one of their beers cask conditioned on the weekend. In addition to their usual lineup there is an excellent bottle selection representing not only other domestic craft brews but heavy on the Belgians. The food is always excellent from the bar food to the specials that Chef Tommy makes. Highly recommended.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 6/10   SELECTION 9/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 12/20
dragonlady1010  (25) Illinois | October 27, 2010
Hard to find. Kind of a sparse, industrial feel. Noisy. Service is variable...some nights quick and attentive and some slow and disinterested. Would like to see a larger menu and more seasonal beers. Love the Cane and Ebel!
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 6/10   SELECTION 9/15   FOOD N/A   VALUE 6/10   OVERALL 15/20
Juelze  (27) Green Bay, Wisconsin | August 23, 2010
Beer is meh, but the patio and eating area are nice. A really odd location in a business park. Has a nice bottle of selection for you to pick if you do not want to drink their beer.
NobleSquirrel  (209) Chicago, Illinois | August 9, 2010
This is easily the biggest let down of a "brewpub" Iíve ever been to. Mostly because it was nothing more than a place to peddle their normal beers. I donít get the impression that they do any experimental batches here, which is a shame. It really is a beautiful brewery, but such a letdown...
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 7/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 15/20
don_zouras  (19) Bartlett, Illinois | May 10, 2010
My first visit was on March 29, 2008 and it was NOT the last! I just wish this place was closer to my house.The Taphouse is tucked away in light industrial neighborhood. The most confusing part is that they do not have a sign on the building and it looks like a warehouse. So getting to the important point. The beer is excellent! Some of my favorites: Bitter End American Pale Ale, Cane & Ebel Red Rye Ale, Northwind Imperial Stout, Resistance IPA, Long Haul Ale The last two are from the foudre (french oak vat) that Two Brothers obtained last year. These are very unique beers. The beer is served at a good temperature. It is not too cold like you find at some of the chain brewpubs. If you like portable, they do have growlers so you can take some of their beer with you. The Taphouse also stocks a pretty wide selection of bottled craft brews. I prefer my beer from the tap if I can get it, so I have never tried any of their bottles. Food The food menu is limited, but it contains the pub grub basics. They have made an effort to serve organic ingredients in several items. You can get an organic beef hamburger! I did and it was very tasty. I also love that they have sweet potato fries. The few things that I have tried have been good, but I tend to think of this place for beer rather than food. We like to sit at the bar at this place because the rest of restaurant feels a little sterile and industrial. Donít get me wrong, I am not suggesting that it should be filled with neon signs and TV screens, because I hate those places. I just think it needs a little more coziness. The bartenders at the Taphouse tend to be a little surly. They are helpful, but their personalities are an acquired taste. Overall, I like the Two Brothers Taphouse. The beer is very good. There is enough rotation to keep me interested in coming back to try new things and even if I donít like the new, the old favorites are there to keep me happy. I have been to this place several times and I will continue to do so.
Braudog  (792) Phoenix, Arizona | May 9, 2010
May 2010 -- Visited on a late afternoon on a Thursday afternoon. The place is kinda hard to find, so get good directions -- especially since thereís no signage whatsoever to indicate youíve successfully arrived. Once we found it, we enjoyed it. It was virtually empty, so the service was attentive if a tad bit disinterested. Iíve been a fan of Two Brothers beers for a while, and they had all the standards on tap, plus a couple other specials. If you find yourself in the area, definitely worth a stop. Brewery #508.
  AMBIANCE 3/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE 7/10   OVERALL 15/20
drowland  (219) Georgia | August 24, 2009
Iíve only been here once, but it was a pretty decent place. The ambiance was fine, but nothing special. Cool bar, tables and booths strewn here and there and pretty busy around dinner time. The service was good, the manager even came out to tell us what special food they had that night that wasnít on any of the menus... he knew my brother was a regular, though, so props to us. The selection wasnít bad, but basically their stuff, which is pretty good beer. The food was all pretty good... my sandwich was very good, and itís one of a few places these days you can find a good muffaletta. Prices are average to slightly high, but overall this is a cool place to hang out and get some darn good food with some pretty good beers.

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