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

Latest reviews from Gibsonia

68 /100
Beer on 8 (Beer Store)
“Very small, hole in the wall building located behind (same parking lot) as a gas station (Marathon). Stopped by on my way back from Strange Roots. Enough singles for an out of towner like me to buy almost a case worth to last me in the hotel room for the rest of the week.“
hopdog 318 days ago
82 /100 4399 GIBSONIA ROAD
“Nice selection of funky beers and others. Only beef is no samplers or 4-5oz pours. For out of towners like me, that sucks. I did pick up a case of bottles to go. Tacos from the in house restaurant were banging. Big open tasting room, but no AC ... big back door was opened to a big back outside area.“
hopdog 318 days ago
84 /100 4399 GIBSONIA ROAD
“OK, couldn't wait to try this place because I like wild open vat beers, and this is what they specialize in. Its easy to find off 910. I'm going to give it a high rating just because they do real beers here. Opened at 2 and I was first one in, then in no time it filled with lots of beer aficionados curious about beer. They seemed to enjoy the Interesting one of a kind decor and dark unique atmosphere with intriguing wall art. BTW, there is a cool homey foyer before you get to the tasting area, its got a couple of easy chairs and a sofa. I found out later this may be a place to rest after you had couple of their behemoth 20% beers. Yes, the meeting place decorations and atmosphere are a little off common but you get used to it. After all, the beer menu starts of with "come ride the starship"! Nifty! Couple of guys serving at the bar, one must be a brewer. Flight samples are a little high, $4 each but you are getting real beer, no stupid ass IPA here. This is not your typical beer, its historical beer before hops were added to beer, real beer, wild and tart all the way. It's what real beer is all about, forget about hops, come here and enjoy the greatness of beer without hops, yummy. This place is like a cantillon in penn's woods. Terroir from the local environment, is what ferments this beer, yea! Not only do they have plenty of taps here, they also have bottles.“
cheap 1978 days ago
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