We came here 14.4.2017. Very centrally located, close to the harbor area. It felt as it was more a restaurant than a real brew pub. Interior is quite dark, which fits well to the pirates image. They have a few rooms behind the bar area. All of their 6 beers were quite good. Really liked the Cross Bones from the cask. The clam mussles were outstanding.
I’ve wanted to come here for a long time, but Saturday-only hours were kind of limiting. Now they have a proper taproom with expanded hours, so it’s worthwhile coming here just for a beer or two, even if you don’t do the tour. They had two special casks on, two other seasonals, and some of their core range. They do have burgers, brats, etc which looked OK but I did not partake. Outdoor picnic tables were great since the weather was nice (they’re on a covered porch). Plenty of parking. One server-in-training was the star of the show, whereas the more experienced guy training her was much less impressive. Worth a stop.
I stopped on by here on a Saturday morning. 11am tour wasn’t too busy, but by the 12:30 one, the place had filled in nicely. Food truck outside with some pretty delicious food. Folks pouring the beers were quite nice and beer samples were part of the tour - with the option to buy pints. Two casks, but just amped up versions of the regular beer when I visited. Bottles available to purchase.
Tour was nice, with ability to walk around entire brewery - a touch sticky on the floor around the barrels - time for a good cleaning! Probably worth going for brewery competitions, people who aren’t familiar with their beers or people who really just want to drink a few Heavy Seas beers.
Small parking lot. Small wooded deck area just outside. Small bar, sits maybe 10. Many small tables made from barrels which can probably sit 4 apiece. 8 beers on tap, which included 2 Uncharted Waters. Good prices on beer, great prices on most merch. Bartenders were very kind, and very entertaining. I think they were drinking along with the patrons, but I am in no way trying to ruin anyone’s good time. Nice little place.
Cliff (72) The Land of Milk and Honey, Ohio | December 16, 2013
I am not sure where the picture came from in the listing, but it does not look like that at all. Located in an industrial complex, the tasting room is in the very front. There is limited signage that indiciates when to go in so I sat in the parkling lot for 15 minutes trying to figure out if i was in the right place. Once I figured it out I had a very enjoyable Thursday evening. They had 8 beers on tap plus 2 on cask. Mostly their standard offerings but also a couple barrel aged beers. Very friendly staff...I actually got an impromtu tour of the brewery from an employee who was sitting at the bar having a pint. Nice atmosphere and really a great place. No food, but it appears you can bring your own.
Visited the tap room for the first time last night and was pleasantly surprised. Quiet and clean tasting room. Nicole was knowledgeable and friendly. since I was driving I enjoyed the $2, 5 ounce glasses. I tried their Gold, Cutlass Amber, Peg Leg, and Winter Storm Cask which was the best of the selection. Was disappointed that Black Canon wasn’t available.