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

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66 /100 82 W WASHINGTON ST
“Visited on a Saturday afternoon around 4:30 or 5 PM. My friend and I were the only folks there at the time. The place is located in downtown Nelsonville. There are other storefronts close by, but nothing else seemed open. Parking right in front of the brewery was not a problem. Street parking is there, plus a parking lot beside the building. Inside the brewery, there is a small bar that seats around 6 folks, plus a couple tables to either stand at, or sit in tall barstools. During my visit, there were 4 beers on tap, which filled all available taps. The area with the beer taps looked like it could potentially hold more down the road if they wanted to cut some holes in the wall. The draft list was on the far right wall and had good descriptions of the beers along with their ABV and IBU. Good info there. Above the bar they had a television playing Netflix, which was pretty cool. Service was pretty friendly and helpful. The person working behind the bar appeared to be a bit new, but this place is pretty new itself, so that is to be expected. The brewer was there during the visit, and talked shop a little. Very friendly. My overall impression of this brewery is that it is new, and it shows. The beers, aside from one, were all much like a person’s first homebrew attempt. Some fine tuning is definitely in order on all the beers. Service was excellent, but it really should be if the bartender only has to work with two guests. Lack of taster glasses is something that is easily resolved, and should never be an issue, but was. I sincerely hope they can get these items resolved. If they do, I think they will do well.“
JStax 1588 days ago
50 /100
The PitStop (Beer Store)
1120 E CANAL ST. (ROUTE 33)
“They have added 10 taps where you can get growlers. Good selection and diversity of prices. A average selection of beers, good for the area but lacking compared to the rest of the state. The bulk of the selection of craft beers, in a large cooler, is made up of Sam Adams, Great Lakes, Brooklyn, and Breckenridge. About 10 bombers and 2 small coolers of Euro imports. About the only "deal" they offer is that on Mondays you can mix a sixer, however expect to pay about $2/bottle. It is easy to get to as it is right on Route 33 if for whatever reason you are in southeastern Ohio. And while a grocery store like Krogers will have a similar selection and better prices this is about the only place around that has a liquor selection so factor that in.“
redlem 4117 days ago
52 /100
The PitStop (Beer Store)
1120 E CANAL ST. (ROUTE 33)
“The place that got me started with Craft beer, features a 30 foot long cooler full of Micro’s, and the best part is mix and match 6 packs on mondays. Scant selection of bombers and a few imports Rocefort and St. Bern to name a couple, friendly staff willing to order seasonal stuff and get stuff from their affiliate in Lancaster Ohio.“
jmikolich 4857 days ago
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