Strip mall brewpub with a small bar and decent amount of tables. Draft list was a mix of house brews and some regional beers. Friendly service. Beers were hit or miss, mostly miss. Flights available. Food sounded like average pub fare, didn’t try any. Okay for a place tick and some beer ticks but I probably wouldn’t return or go out of my way to visit.
Any German brewpub that serves 12& imperial guezes in Leffe glassware has to be interesting, and this place is no exception. The creator of the reinheitsgebot must be spinning in his grave (and good riddance to him!). Stripmall location, so parking is easy. Service was quick and cheerful. Didn’t try the food. Very creative place, but the beers are maybe a bit extreme. But it’s definitely not boring!
A good sized bar and eatery in a strip mall. Service was pleasant and enthusiastic, but not that knowledgeable about beer. Beer came in very cheap and good size tasters. Beer was oddly mostly Belgian and was not good at all. We didn’t eat, and I doubt I would ever go back.
Brewpub. Applebees feel. Didn’t eat. Beers were well....12 percent wildberry lambic. Most were undrinkable. The plusses: Hefes were pretty good. Guest taps. Good service. Inexpensive. I went to Sea Dog instead.
gnoff (693) Göteborg, Sweden | January 20, 2014| Updated January 24, 2014
New visit, January 20, 2014. Had a flight of 6 beers for 9.99. Nice helpful cute girl servicing. Didn’t eat. Some boozy beers I had. Nice place, happy I got back. One more visit for a flight on the 21st too, not much more to add, though a nice place.
First visit: Visited on January 31, 2011. Biked over there from a friend in Palm Harbor. Nice location, good service. Got to try all available beers using sampler plate. Stayed with friends for a few more guest tap beers after the sampling. I’m surprised not more people have been going over there to try beers. Didn’t stay for food this time around.
This is a must visit! Where else can you get a 22% home made Barley Wine that is always on tap? Or a 14% wild berry wild fermented lambic? this guys know his beers, and the food is fantastic! The only reason it’s not more famous is because you can’t get a growler, since it’s a restaurant and thus illegal.
Stopped here on a recent visit to Tampa. I did not know about this place, but what a great discovery. This was a brewpub with a German-American theme. So I decided to order the homemade brats which were delicious.I also tried the blackened scallops which were equally as good. The beer was well above average. We did the sampler which was from one end of the spectrum, PlumWiesse, to the 44 Magnum a barleywine.There wasn’t one brew that I wouldn’t revisit. I will definately stop here again on our next visit
Stopped in here on 6/11/2011 while visiting Tampa. Its in a strip mall which was a bit unexpected I guess for me. Service was prompt and friendly. Not out of this world though. Beer sampler was an awesome value and the beer selection and styles were great. Very eclectic, which I liked. I really liked the beers much more than I expected. I ordered the scallop apetizer which was EXCELLENT. I had the weinersneizle (Sp?) which was okay. But the Spaetzel was out of this world. Overall, its definitely worth a stop and if I lived here I would definitely go back. Menu for those who dont know is a combo of German/Austrian/ and American pub food.
An american style brewpub decorated with loads of German breweriana. A good German/Pub menu is available, with good specials: 5$ sandwich, and half-plates for 7.95$. Flight of sampler is a great deal: 6 X 4 on for 10$, very generous portions, beers are bizarre to OK to good.