Total townie joint. They had a decent sandwich but I doubt I would come here regularly to drink. The sampler was a touch disappointing, only 1 good beer, most I wouldn’t drink again. If you live here check it out, but don’t get off of 65 to come here.
In the downtown area. Nice restaurant with a good variety of foods on the menu. Ate in bar so luckily was able to see beer list (it wasn’t fully listed on the restaurant side). Server really knew the beers and was able to give us full descriptions. Nice place.
Went with my bowling team to the brewery. One thing that was annoying was no list of the beers available for us to look at and the 1st waiter did not seem to have much knowledge. Overall most beer were simply okay but not all that memorable with the exception of the Coffee Black Angus Stout and the Marley VSOP. 2nd server was much better than the 1st. No IPA’s or wheat beers on tap, 3 different stouts.
Nice downtown location (small antique shops on the same block) with a fair amount of free on-street parking available at Thursday dinnertime. It looked to be a meeting place for local families and a few brought in small children. Dining and tavern areas separated. Beverage lineup limited to beer and wine (it doesn’t have a liquor license). Five seasonals on tap to accompany about another half-dozen year-round selections. All were explained in detail by first person to serve us--very nice touch. But we weren’t offered dessert. Who doesn’t do that?