Large gravel lot. Big open space inside with a bar and tables, as well as a few tables outside. Doing a brisk business when I was there on a Monday evening. Flights are pick four. Beers on the board without a lot of information as to what the hell they are, but the bartender knew his stuff, and the website seems pretty updated as well. Beers were pretty solid other than the Tropicale. Did not try the food, but there were a lot of interesting specials, as well as cheeses and charcuterie on the board. Happy hour prices kind of rocked, which made the taster option seem really expensive, but tickers gotta tick. Based on other reviews I guess I only visited the Public House side of the operation.
Enjoyed the ambiance of the public house side of the brewery; nicely restored, industrial atmosphere. Wall divided the bar area with high tops and table settings from the main dining area. Service was great. Our server was fast, friendly, knowledgeable and unobtrusive. Besides the menu, available beers and food specials were posted on a large chalkboard. Decent food selection and presentation, including cheeses and charcuterie. Definitely worth a visit.
Cool place to visit. Came here at the end of a long day with three kids in tow. Staff was friendly and accommodating. Helped me select the best flight for tasting. Food was great, pub-grub but made with quality ingredients, well presented, and not over-the-top-gastropub style. Kid friendly and great Maryland brews. Will be back.
The first thing you see if a massive parking lot, so no problem there. Then you’re faced with a choice - tasting room on the right, or public house on the left? Not to worry, if you choose poorly they’re connected inside and out. We chose the tasting room and were quite happy because it was small, quiet, intimate, with friendly personal attention from the able barman. AND they had delicious fresh local oysters for $1 apiece. You have to visit the public house side to use the restrooms, and that side seemed more like a restaurant - every table full, even in the dead of winter when we visited - quite noisy and boisterous in a good way. So choose sides based on the atmosphere you desire. Beers are the same on each side - a tasty range of flagships and brewpub only stuff, plus a few 750 ml bottles only for in house consumption (local laws make take away bottles unprofitable). Large deck outside looked great for the summer. Worth going out of your way to visit.
Brewery with two areas, one for the tasting room and the other for the pub. Only checked out the tasting room on this visit. Very friendly and knowledgeable bartender. Dozen or so of their house beers on draft, flights of 4 taster glasses available for a bit over $5. Just under a handful of brewery exclusive draft beers available, especially liked the Lot 666, their amped up version of Lot 6. Bottles available but only for on-site consumption due to county laws or something. Growlers available to go though. Didn’t try the food but it looked pretty good. Well worth a stop.
Stopped by driving home from a work training in Ocean City, located near the college by the railroad tracks. After parking in the large gravel lot the options are the brewpub or a tasting room, we opted for the tasting room. Long bar has ~9 draft taps and a few bottle options, all beers were solid to great that we had. Very friendly service, nice pub atmosphere,fair prices too for samples. Overall great experience and will come back.
This a quite large but attractive place. More college town noisy rather than cosy. A dozen beers on tap -- all but one their own. They offer flights if four which is a good way to fairly inexpensively sample a bunch of their beers. All were quite decent and the food was above average pub fare.
I am not the biggest fan of rolling up to a brewpub through a large-cut, gravel parking lot, but there is plenty of parking, which is always a plus. The barrel-shaped bike rack was a nice touch, just below the waiting patio on the way into the building.
There were about 4 hostesses who were all very young, and not very communicative but we found our way to the bar all the same. There were 2 bartenders who were both very helpful and very patient. They didn’t mind at all that I asked for a flight either (always a good thing).
There is a very large menu on the wall featuring food specials, what’s on tap ( 9 Evolution and 2 visiting taps), and a few secret stash bottle offerings. We did not order food so I can’t say anything about that, though the specials sounded really good.
Good sized bar that probably sits about 12-18 people. The dining room in the next room also looked quite large and accommodating. There is also a large seating area outside, and each table had an umbrella, in case of an over-abundant sunny day.
On the whole, a really nice place. A couple of the beers were really good, with most of the others being quite decent. A happy visit in my book.