Incline Village Beer Guide: Your Incline Village guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Incline Village

82 /100 204 E. ENTERPRISE ST.
“Yay, new brewery! Visited after lunch on the Sunday before Memorial Day. A bit out of the way, some parking out front, enough I guess. Kind of housy appearance from the front. A grill out front; they must have made some food there, not while we were there. Inside is cozy, table space and a decent sized bar. Clean bathrooms. About a dozen beers on tap plus some other stuff like Kombucha and a Cider. You can order the Mega-Flight, or 4 oz samples individually. i did the latter. Friendly staff. One of the brewers came over to chat when he figured out that I was sampling/rating, but did not seem at all defensive. Dog friendly indeed - reminded me of Sante Adairius in that regard. Good variety of beers on tap ranging from the obligatory styles to some BA and sour stuff. Another 4-5 500 ml bottles available onsite or to go, and the core lineup in cans. The have a small stage for live music, but none was going on Sunday. Decent selection of games, which made my wife happy. I only tried 4 of their beers and they ranged from ok to pretty good. Based on other reviews I suspect I chose poorly, but nevertheless it was a good experience that I would gladly repeat.“
bytemesis 1412 days ago
60 /100 120 COUNTRY CLUB DR. #25
“A small but quality bottle shop. A little high in pricing, but that’s expected at the lake. If I lived here, it’d be my stop, but slightly better selection and pricing in Reno.“
slowrunner77 1675 days ago
70 /100 204 E. ENTERPRISE ST.
“Slightly hidden away in a small industrial park in a small town on Tahoe, this little space was put together with both some amazing panache and a little quirkiness. It’s a fun spot to visit. The beers offered represent a wide array, if a bit tilted to the hipster community. The ones we tried were good, but a bit presumptuous. The staff was friendly but also a bit overly confident. Brewery #749.“
Braudog 1688 days ago
84 /100 204 E. ENTERPRISE ST.
“Great drive over the mountain from Reno made the approach to the oasis of this brewpub very memorable - thanks to slowrunner77! The pub itself is unassuming and from the outside, but cozy on the inside, with the bar and tables made up of driftwood from the lake. There’s a cozy living room like area with couches next store as well. 14 beers on offer when we visited, all available at once in a massive flight if you choose, or you can bite off more manageable pieces. Each beer was tastier than the last, a sign that this place is one to keep an eye on. Dog friendly. Food is jerky. Plenty of parking. A winner.“
Travlr 1786 days ago
76 /100 204 E. ENTERPRISE ST.
“Cool little tasting room. Nice long bar and a few tables. Friendly service. The beer was all very good.“
Sledutah 1786 days ago
76 /100 204 E. ENTERPRISE ST.
“Good first impression at this new brewery. High quality beers, nearly across the board. very friendly service, with a relaxed vibe (there was a dog or two in there) and unique decor (re-purposed wood tables). I’ll be back.“
slowrunner77 2266 days ago
74 /100 120 COUNTRY CLUB DR. #25
“A great beer/wine/ liquor store in Tahoe. Things are a little spendy but you are in a resort town so that should be expected.“
Gription79 3425 days ago
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