RIght at the corner of Mountain and Foothill, in the shopping center with the Stater Brothers. Not a lot of advertising from the outside and I almost missed it. Inside is nice. Maybe 15-20 seats at the bar with the tvs being too close so you end up having to look up pretty far which could be irritating if you cared how bad the Dodgers are losing. There are also some small bar tables and some booths.
Lots of taps to pick from with a few good ones in there. I got a glass of RuinTen but was tempted to get a glass of St Bernardus 12 if I didnt have to get home afterwards.
I ordered the "southern fried chicken sandwich" and it was good. Basically a piece of fried chicken with buffalo sauce on the side. I scrolled past the fries for the most part but they were good too.
Service was friendly but a bit slow because the one bartender was also waiting tables and bringing out food. I guess they dont think they need much help on Tuesdays.
Finally was able to stop by this place after a recommendation from Stan The BEER man from Lonehill Liquor.
Didn’t eat any food here but that had about 30 taps I would say with macro and micro brews. I had a glass of Hangar 24 Winter Warmer and Oskar Blues G’Knight. They had some Stone stuff and Great Divide as well. Definitely better than alot of places in the IE and the bartender girl was pretty cool.
Oakes (835) Vancouver, British Columbia | September 5, 2011
There aren’t that many good beer spots in this part of the Inland Empire. This place is a suburban pub in vibe, but with lots of taps. Most of them are micros, with several good choices. We had some Port Mongo and Racer 5 on our visit, for example. The food is pub food. The service was quite good. A good choice in the area.