This place opened in May and they didnít have their own beer on tap until July. I waited until then to stop by. Their first batch of beers were alright nothing special. However after nearly 6 months of brewing their beers are very good. They have a rotating draft list which seems to contain at least 5 of their own beers.
My wife and I stopped up on a Saturday night to find a packed house and a great jazz trio on stage. I had an Imperial Amber which was full of aroma and body. Excellent. My wife had a cocktail and loved it.
Definately a brewery to watch.
AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 6/10 SELECTION 9/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 12/20
Stopped in this place this weekend. They have been open for a while, but just started brewing their own beer and thatís why I stopped by. They only had one beer on of theirs during this visit - a Pale Ale. While it wasnít horrible, it was not very good. It had decent aroma and on ok flavor, but the color was brownish and it was extremely cloudy. Iím sure they are still working on getting everything dialed in. No food here, itís BYO eats. Interior of the place was cool, if a little small. They have a stage in the corner, so I assume they have local bands in the evening. Service was ok, but a little indifferent. The one big problem I have was the prices - beers were $6-7 a pint for stuff a dollar or two cheaper at other bars/breweries. If I can get a Head Hunter for $4.50 at the brewery, I ainít paying $6 here. Their own beer was $6 as well and I found that very high. This place has upside but as it stands now I wonít be out here much.