We ordered lunch and had a few beers in the main room (which as "Oakes" says in his rating resembles a daycare centre! how true!) So we moved swiftly into the bar as soon as we finished our food, where there was a much better atmosphere, friendly locals and staff. A couple of average beers but some good ones too. Glad I made the effort to come here despite being a bit off the beaten track.
Like the other Lamppost locations, it’s got the pizza parlor feel to it with a lot of kids and families and such. This one has a separate bar area that is blocked off from the restaurant, but you can also eat there. There were 9 house beers on. For the most part, they were just mediocre with a couple being above average.
Nice low-key casual place. Pizza was good, beer was great! Had the sampler set with not a dud among them. Belgian IPA and APA were especially enjoyable. I’d be happy to make it my local, if I was local.
Fun place hang out, you Can take your family with you, Lil bar with few good beers, they had stone ruination on tap.
Hophead22 (60) Redlands, by way of Wisconsin,, California | July 5, 2008| Updated February 18, 2012
Nice little brewpub off of a Lampost Pizza. Cozy little bar with a half dozen tables around it. Usually 10 beers on tap at any given time. The pizza is outstanding, havn’t tried any thing else. The beers are the best in the area. The bartenders are always helpful, and make sure you are not sitting with an empty pint for too long.
Oakes (961) Vancouver, British Columbia | April 27, 2008
The main room was a daycare centre so we sat at the bar, which was way over-airconditioned. The hoppy beers were pretty good but the others left something to be desired. The pizza wasn’t bad. Service was spotty, as one girl had already given her notice and couldn’t be bothered working so the other had to try to do it all. Could have done without the jukebox, though, it was kind of weak.
More GABF Medals per square foot than any small brewpub I’ve ever found. The beers here are great - most are standard styles but he usually has one or two big beers on a rotating basis. A small (like my living room small!) but friendly and comfortable bar adjoining a pizza place so the full food menu is available without all the usual ruckus that comes with a family pizza place. Always 6 or more of his beers on tap plus some good guest beers. Several tvs for sports, etc. and Bob is often around and open to some friendly conversation - the bar is open to the adjoining brewing area. A great stop right off the 91/15 freeways.
The bar/brewery is set off from the pizza joint, thankfully - I don’t have to listen to screaming children, while I drink beer. A nice cozy ambiance, friendly people, great service, and above average beer. I’ll go back to this place.
Great little brewpub. The beer is pretty decent and occasionally they will have Stone AB on tap. The pub connects with a larger pizza place. The food is good, the pizza is above average. The pizza area is very busy after little league, soccer games etc. It’s kind of a pizza parlor/sports bar/brewpub. It’s defiantly worth a visit if you’re in the area.