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96 /100 14090 KLEIN ROAD
“Nice country venue, large tables and booths, music in the evenings, lovely back yard area for summer evenings. Large selection and quality is surprisingly good. Flights and taste tests available. Will definitely return.“
liebs105 1024 days ago
60 /100 716 NORTH HIGH STREET
“Well, the draft system is in. They have three beers of their own on tap. The lager may not be a lager, the dark is also vague on style, and I didn’t try the Irish red. They are simply brewing for people to have a beer to drink while at the winery. It is a mom and pop shop, and mom said they don’t plan on brewing anything else. The pizza they serve looked and smelled great but I didn’t eat. This place is a throw back to when tavern keepers brewed their own to serve their patrons. There is a small bar area and a separate dining area with live music the night i was there. It is worth a stop if you are nearby, but it is not a beer destination.“
jsquire 2397 days ago
68 /100 716 NORTH HIGH STREET
“DrSilverworm and I popped in here on our way out to Athens one weekend. It’s easy to miss, as the street-facing front is marked "Bardwell Realty" and the Winery is around back. It’s a small, two-roomed restaurant and bar without much fuss to the decoration or appointment. There were three house beers, which at this point are being brewed and "bottle" (really swing-top growler) condiditioned. They’re in the process of installing a draft system, which looks like it’ll have capacity for only three beers to start. The beers themselves are simple, drinkable, and not quite to style - but not bad. The husband and wife who owned the place were the only other ones in there that day, and they couldn’t have been more friendly. The food menu looked surprisingly good and varied, but they only serve after 4 pm and we were in about noon. Quaint little place worth a stop if you’re in this neck of the woods, and not too much farther than Williamsburg, where Old Firehouse is located.“
phaleslu 2534 days ago
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