Located in a very convenient location, just off of Rt. 250, and with plenty of parking. There were a few bartenders, all of which were very friendly and helpful. It’s a fairly large place. Though I didn’t explore it in it’s entirety I did venture into the backyard for a smoke, and it’s a very nice atmosphere. Also, they have about 80 or so beers on tap, and a fairly large variety of bottles/cans as well. I highly recommend checking this place out.
Big dedicated parking lot. This is a big restaurant/bar. Nice decor inside and we ate outside and the garden is nice also. The beer selection is very good lots of taps and good local selection of bottles. The service was a little slow, but our waiter was quite busy and I was in no rush. Our waiter was pretty knowledgeable about the beer. I had the cheeseburger on burger night and fries and enjoyed them. They had many options for the beer size and for take away, but a beer sampler flight option would have been nice. Nicer than the Innsbrook location with beer options I preferred.
This location is very similar to the other ones in the area. The rooms are very big with really long bars that have an ice zone embedded in the them and when they’re anywhere close to full they can Be very loud indeed. They have a ton of taps and bottles with a good representation of local stuff and some newest/latest and some rarities to add in the mix. The service tends to be solid though you occasionally encounter a bartender who realy knows their stuff. The prices are reasonable, the food is good, and its too bad one of these isn’t closer to where I live.
Went here expecting a lot because of the number of beers on tap. I was kinda disappointed though because basically all the beers on tap were things that I could have picked up at my local beer store. Maybe I went at a bad time.
tia (168) Sandston, Virginia | June 3, 2011| Updated June 27, 2011
Have only made the trek out here a few times for events but was pleased. It’s newer and nicer than the other locations and I haven’t had as many instances of "we’re out of that" here (though could just be because don’t go as often).
Food, service, etc... all fine.
Met the beer buyer here (while out at another beer establishment) and was pleased to find out she is actually a beer geek!
Not wildly impressed to be honest. It started with asking for a sample of the Victory Headwaters on cask, and being given a sample of Starr Hill Cryptical and being told that it was, in fact the pale ale - because pale ale and stout are so easy to mistake. This was then followed by my first two beers chosen not being available. My burger was decent, but the price is out of all proportion with the food on the plate. Service was ok, but no more so than that.