Great location right on the inner harbor. We went on a weekday for lunch and the place was pretty much empty. Started with a sampler of 10 beers for $10, all of which were pretty good. The food was very good, my wife ordered a kick ass soft shelled crab poor boy that was outstanding. The service started out pretty bad but got better as we ate. The beer was good but some seamed a bit watered down, maybe they have to brew some tourist beers. Overall a great clean place and would go back.
Finally I made it to a DuClaw, been meaning to try these guy’s beers for years. This location was nice, I didn’t even venture inside, so don’t ask me about that. We sat at a table outside, with a great view of the water. We had solid service, pretty good food, I can’t complain. Beers were very solid, and a nice variety, they had 10 going the night I was there. Good place, in a nice location.
The Felt point location is quite modern and pleasant. Service was friendly. If you go from 3PM to 6PM, its happy hour on appetizers.. Enjoyed some Buffalo chicken tender and wings for half price. The menu is quite varied. Took the sampler for 7$...10 beers. This place must be good on sports days since the place is full of large LCD TVs. I liked it....the beers go from so so to excellent.
At first, I was excited to stumble across this. With visions of Devils Milk dancing in my head, I stormed through the door, only to discover an obnoxious facade, terrible graphic design, overbearing football, and obnoxious servers. The place, felt cold, harsh and focused on leatherheads. After waiting entirely too long, we were forced to sit a bar and wade through the ridiculously oversized and poorly designed menus, before getting some dissapointing Devils Milk. We never knew who our server was, despite the fact that we were one of two active tables on an early Sunday morning. This place seems to sate the masses and their ugliness.
Checked it out late-afternoon with a gaggle of kids. The place was quiet so service was quick and reliable. Sampled the porter and it was tasty. Decor was a little too modern for my liking but appealing nonetheless. Worth a try even if once.
I really liked this place. I ordered the $9 sampler and the waitress brought 12 beers - the regulars plus the seasonals, including the bad moon porter with and without nitro. The misfit red was my favorite, but most of the beers were very good. As for food, I had a crabcake sandwich, and it was good as well. I recommend it.
I have to say that this was possibly the worst service that I have received in a restaurant in many years. Absolutely terrible! Sunday afternoon, there was one frazzled lady running the bar and the outside. Sat for about 15 minutes before we even got a glass of water. Menus? Forget about it. Half an hour later we got our sampler. The menu said there were 5 beers in the sampler. They only had 4 on draft. So should it be the same price since we were getting one less beer? Yes! WTF! My friend actually mentioned something to the young manager who looked like he could care less. The food, god knows how long it took to get it, was also bad. It takes alot to screw up a bar burger, but they managed quite nicely! I relunctantly admit that the beers were good, I just wish we could have gotten them to go!
Much nicer (I guess this should read newer and/or trendier) than I was expecting. Very modern but with a kind of missed attempt to be dark & twisted (see the names of the beers & logos). The service was good, granted we were there before a concert and it was like 4:30 so the place was empty. Almost spookily empty since there was a (home) Ravens game, no one was out drinking.
3fourths (1571) Boulder, Colorado | July 23, 2006| Updated January 21, 2013
Another family restaurtant-looking brewpub. You probably know what you’re getting here: burgers, salads, sandwiches, etc. Beer was ok, they had an IPA and a wit seasonal on, but neither was particularily good. Server was more interested in the hot girl down the bar than in my empty beer and water glasses.
Pretty much like the Bowie location inside. Service was good but for some reason they had the place open(!) while being in the mid to upper 80’s and very humid outside. It was a bit uncomfortable inside. The food was pretty good, and the beers drinkable but DuClaw seems hit or miss at times. I like their "extreme" beers but seem rather unimpressed with the standard stuff. Like Cap City Baltimore, I’ll swing by to see if something new is there.