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84 /100 911 5TH AVE
“This brewpub within 15 mins of my home, nice. Went there 10Am on grand opening day. Band was playing and they had grilled yummies out front. Good crowd. Nicely done bar can seat about a dozen then there is plenty of seating at tables all round as well. Tanks are behind me. Very friendly help and the girls were just fabulous. Most beers were well done and never in your face; something I can appreciate in these times when they make beers so offensive. Owners and brewmaster was there and they wanted to talk to everybody about the brewing business. Looking forward to going to this place regularly. Good overall first impressions and they had at least 6 of their beers on tap. A little more classy than Beaver Brewing down the street.“
cheap 1906 days ago
62 /100 128 BEAVER STREET
“Somewhat dingy bar with a larger dining area of to the side. They have a few - 8 or so taps. None of them were that great when I was they. 50% were macros. The bottle list is o.k. The prices, however, are very good. The burgers are very very big. Even bigger than I expect and they are a good price. Big food portions, average taste/quality. A mix of helpful and clueless workers. Not too far of the highway, but probably a bad idea in snowy weather.“
MikeF 3575 days ago
94 /100 128 BEAVER STREET
“One of my favorite places on earth! Great food, Great beer selection and very friendly knowledgable staff!“
deadstroke 4820 days ago
62 /100 128 BEAVER STREET
“Nice cozy place. Typical beaver county bar with an interesting layout in the dining area. Tabletops are pretty cool. Food is great and plentiful. I had the fried fish, try it. Be careful going there on Fridays, the wait is terrible. It is common to wait an hour to get a seat.“
cheap 5126 days ago
70 /100 128 BEAVER STREET
“Great local hangout. 10 taps available, standards like Guinness and Boddingtons are accompanied by a rotating list of micros. Bottles are mainly micros, some UK offerings, and a couple Belgians. Prices are dirt cheap, Dogfish Head < $3, most nitro cans around $3, and a tall Franziskaner under $4 are a few examples. Come hungry(the portions are HUGE) and come early, bar tends to fill up quickly in the evenings, although there’s a large dining room downstairs.“
f351c4v 5371 days ago
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