Not really a beer destination as much as a restaurant with a modest tap list. The 10 beers on tap features locals that you can find most anywhere. I stuck to surprisingly fresh cans of Urquell during my late night visit. Service was pretty churlish, though I place some of the blame on a drunk member of my party who thought that the staff would be interested in having a conversation about various brands of bitters. Overall, fine, but not a place I’d rush back to.
More of a cocktail bar/restaurant with a decent tap list. Small place with some outdoor seating out back that would be nice in the summer. Service was good but the place was slow during my visit. Tap selection was mainly local but not all that impressive. I did not try the food but it is supposed to be quite good. Price may be a bit steep. Not a beer destination.
Nice little place on the river. Food looks great - tapas style with good choices of meat, seafood and cheese. Beer selection isn't bad - 10 taps of decent local stuff plus another 10 or so decent bottles
Formerly known as the "Polish Palace" decades ago,I have been coming here since they opened about 10 years ago. They only have a few craft beers, and none of them are rare or difficult to find. Far from a beer destination in any way. Strongly recommended as restaurant, but not for beer. Fancy menu, and a little expensive for quality food. I would rate it a lot higher if they had more for beer. I believe it is called the sample room for their wine flights. Whisky flights are also available. But as this is ratebeer, I keep coming back to the lack of craft beer at the Sample Room.
Very good charcuterie plates, sausage, and small sample/tapas plates. Nice offering of local tap beers with a few other Midwestern offerings. Nice happy hour with $3 taps ($2 Grainbelt Premium) and $3 apps (select list).