Moder brewpub, very chain like but still nice. Service tries really hard, but we are hard to please. Liked the effort and brewer came to chat. 3 glass flight of 6oz each, too big but lots of free samples. Beer was pretty mediocre. Food was good and very filling, upscale pub and pizza. A decent stop and in a cluster if other places so might as well.
Last stop before the drive to Urbana. This place is a block from Brugge and again has a totally different feel; modern brewpub, not really chainy looking, but clean lines, open spaces, modern decor. A couple of smallish dining rooms in the back for more cozy experience. Large U-bar dominates the main room. Beers listed on a chalkboard as well as on fancy printed menus, which always screams chain at me. Service was efficient. I ended up just ordering the Baltic porter, which was average. Pint prices were pretty solid.
Parking garage next door. Large modern place with a big U-shaped bar. Free popcorn and the biggest water glasses I’ve ever seen. Eight or so beers on offer, we did them as a flight. Friendly staff - when I joked about getting the popcorn to go, she bagged it up for us! Nice.
A nice spot in Broad Ripple very close to Brugge and Broad Ripple Brewpub. The ambiance is good, as is the service. The selection is solid, and while I didn’t eat, they do have food, and the thin crust pizza is fantastic. Regular prices are a bit high for the beer, but they do have some good drink specials. Worth a stop if you’re in the area.
Cliff (72) The Land of Milk and Honey, Ohio | April 8, 2014
I wandered in on $2.50 pint night. At that price this place cannot go wrong. Very modern feel, exposed wood etc. Free popcorn and friendly service. Did not eat. If I was local I would be here every Tuesday. Beers I had were quite good as well.
Decent spot that is a bit too gimmicky and geared toward a non beer crowd. I also broke a tooth on popcorn here so that didn’t help. These could be overlooked if the beer was good, and its just really isn’t up there.
Modern brewpub in the Broad Ripple area. Nice big bar area with nice selection of their own beers. Didn’t try any food this time around - got some free popcorn though. Restaurant section was fairly small so may want to call ahead on a Friday/Saturday evening. Definitely worth a stop.
Ambiance here is typical sports bar/brewpub with TV’s and a bustling crowd on a Sunday afternoon. The beer list was at least eight with an IPA, a IIPA and a porter being the more interesting offerings. I only stopped in for one beer. Service was good, the IPA left something to be desired. This seems like a decent place to come eat and watch the game, but I don’t feel like the beer is necessarily the main attraction.