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Beer Available At Vintage 50 Restaurant and Beer Lounge (arranged by most recent)
Vintage 50 Minorís Maibock , Vintage 50 Balls Bluff Brown , Vintage 50 Tyrannosaurus Rye , Vintage 50 Brevity Belgian Wit , Vintage 50 Bourbon Barrel 50 Cat IPA , Vintage 50 The Kiss Goodbye Imperial Stout , Vintage 50 Bourbon Barrel Aged Bitter #4 , Vintage 50 Winter Sun Saison (Basil & Lemon) , Vintage 50 The Longest Night Solstice Ale , Vintage 50 Bitter #4 , Vintage 50 Winter Sun Saison , Vintage 50 Shilling Ale , Vintage 50 Rye of the Beholder , Vintage 50 Dr. Punkenstein , Pretty in Pink: Awareness Ferments Hope 75, Vintage 50 1:50 Anniversary DIPA , Vintage 50 Oktoberfest Marzen , Vintage 50 Einfach Hefeweizen , Vintage 50 Spartan Red Ale , Vintage 50 Olde Country Pub Ale
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3fourths (1082) StraŖgiech, Germany | July 4, 2007| Updated January 21, 2013
80 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 16/20
Great place to sit and drink. Sure itís located in a business park or whatnot, but the interior is very relaxing but modern. A lot of dark wood, a bit of metal, but the design works, and it doesnít feel pretentious or cheap. I like the setting of the bar, looked very comfortable. Food selection seemed ok, by far better than the average brewpub, but still had the staples of burgers, wings and pizza only dressed up a bit. That wasnít all they had, the seared ahi and jerk chicken looked good as well. Beer-wise I found no problems. The quality of the brewing was superb, which is really a rare thing these days. I read on BA that someone said Vintage 50 made some approachable styles, as if they were made solely for the uninformed BMC drinker to have something to sip while the big boys drink their 24% imperial this-n-that. Not even close. The kolsch and hefeweizen were fantastically made, the cask porter, at a hefty 4.8%, may have been the best porter Iíve ever had. Very, very few flaws found in the brewing, and the recipes seemed to work as well. Very recommended, and I will be back for more of that porter, hopefully to sit outside and drink one after another. Donít forget to ask for the stealth beer, unlike myself.
KUEric (111) Washington, Washington DC | February 17, 2007| Updated January 21, 2013
80 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 10/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 18/20
I really liked this place! Agreed, it is quite upscale for a brewpub, although its not a brew pub, its a brew lounge. The Spicy Shrimp Pepper appizter was as advventuresome culinary wise as anything Iíbe had at a place that brews beer. The Grouper was quite good, and the panini my girlfriend had was outstanding!
The beer ... what everyone wants to know about. I was curious, because I had the reviews of Thouroughbreds, its Leesburg location, and the amazing reputation of Bill Madden on this website. They too were quite good! One of the best pilsners Iíve ever had, and some very interesting brews. Definitely one of the best restaurants to eat at while enjoying good quality beer.
hopscotch (198) Vero Beach , Florida | November 29, 2006| Updated January 21, 2013
82 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 17/20
Very nice decor. Upscale, but comfortable. Good service. Great brewer (Bill Madden). The ahi lollipops, shrimp etoufee and potato crusted black cod (although itís not a traditional potato crust) are excellent. Nice flat screens and other mounted tvs to watch sports, but definitely not a "sports bar." The menu and quality of food has drastically improved with the new ownership/management.
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