This is quite an operation. Somebody directing parking on your way in, which is a nice touch given how busy it is. Thirty minutes wait at seven on Friday, but there were spots at the bar. Friendly service, super fast. Food menu kind of cool, interesting selections. Food was quite good actually. Large outdoor seating area, partially covered. Live music. Pet friendly area separated from the rest, which is a nice touch; as much as you like him, not everybody is a fan of your dogs nose in their crotch. Yard games. Beer decent, but honestly that is not the draw here. This is a production.
A yuppie spot, but that isnít bad. The place is typical neo-bar with plenty of outside seating under strung lights. The service is very friendly and attentive, and the beers are well above average, with inexpensive flights. A first rate place, worth seeking out.
This is a large setup complete with a busy restaurant, a couple of bars and outside seating on the patio area. We even spotted a pouring unit outside that must get used during the warmer months. Bonus points for its location, with a lovely view over the hills. The tap beers were pretty good and well brewed. Efficient service, I think I counted about two dozen wait staff so it gives an idea on how busy it gets here. We didnít eat on our visit but heaps of food options on the menu. Slightly off the beaten trail but worth a visit.
Visited for a beer only and so canít comment on the food. Fantastic place to sit outside and enjoy the view on a nice day. Good service, cost of a pint is reasonable, and they have a reasonable selection of their beers. I would definitely visit again.
Interior is open and welcoming, though it lacks the lived-in feel that adds charm. It has plenty of patio seating outside, booths and tables plus a long bar inside. Bartender is friendly but not familiar. Canít say a lot about the food, but the pretzel is great - and that mustard will clear out your sinuses. Bluegrass and indie music is at a level where you can enjoy it but not so it interferes with conversation. This place is worth finding in Virginiaís Blue Ridge region.
Large yet cozy building. Plenty of seating inside and out, though the bar is not the largest. About a dozen taps, and also bottles, and pretty darn good food. The service is generally very sweet, somewhat helpful, and pretty prompt. They never seem to mind loading up full flights of all of their available draft offerings, and the prices are very reasonable.
Stopped by driving home from vacation on I-81. Not exactly right off the highway, maybe 20-25 mins away from Staunton. Worth the trip though, very nice rural brewpub. The weather was nice so seating was outside among the hop gardens. Beers offered were the regulars and special brewpub offerings, all were solid to excellent. Food was tasty too, mainly sandwiches/burgers/salads. Loved the mountain view while dining. Left with a bomber to go. Would love to stop by again if in the area.
Drank a few beers here with obguthr, pleasure! This is a large place with a gorgeous view of the "mountain"-like bumps in the landscape. Huge patio, pretty crowded on a nice sunny spring day. Service was prompt and friendly. Beers were very tasty, and there were plenty of new ones for me. Food was good with large portions. Well worth the easy trip from C-ville.