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

Latest reviews from Woodstock

72 /100 123 E COURT STREET
“Located in an old jeans factory, they've kept a lot of the vibe of the factory. Front and back bars with a nice patio/deck on the back. Pizzas were being served the night we were there. Not too crowded, tap list offered a broad array of styles. Nothing stood out from the crowd, but it's nice to the impact a brewery can have on a small town.“
stevoj 286 days ago
64 /100 123 E COURT STREET
“Small selection but very good beer. Got there close to closing but was offered a second prior to close. Okay.“
jb 729 days ago
62 /100 123 E COURT STREET
“Food was very good - they were serving BBQ when we came by - purchase food and beer at the counter and then seat yourself. Good beer selection. Every beer I tried - which was almost every one on tap at the time of our visit - was very light, almost watered down. Flavor profiles were good, they were all just extremely light and mild.“
BeerdedDave 1788 days ago
76 /100 123 E COURT STREET
“Sep 5, 2016: Large place just off the main drag. Street parking, which wasn’t a problem on a Saturday afternoon. Interesting set-up, J-shaped bar with a kitchen behind and lots of restaurant tables, plus a view into the brewhouse one floor below through a cut-out in the floor. An old industrial space I guess. Beers were tasty, ten I think plus a one-off from barrels. Flatbreads with cracker crust was OK. Worthwhile stop. 4-9-12-6-9-16=82. Re-visit Jan 19, 2016: Server described their "light beers and dark beers." Beers were so-so on this visit. Nice that they have flights of four or six.“
Travlr 2123 days ago
74 /100 123 E COURT STREET
“Good atmosphere in a cool building in a lost town in western Virginia. Atopped in here for dinner on the way south on a road trip. Dark beers are good here but the easy stuff could use work.“
solidfunk 2126 days ago
80 /100 123 E COURT STREET
“What a nice surprise! Striking presence in downtown Woodstock, itself a charming town. Street parking was simple on a Saturday afternoon. The place is huge, and can fit quite a crowd. Sparse decor, lots of tables, and a view of the brewhouse on the lower level. Food was decent. On weekends a local restaurant uses their kitchen, barbecue, and during the weak it’s lighter fare. They claimed to have the best barbecue in the US, which is a ludicrous claim since barbecue tastes are so subjective. It was solid, but definitely not the best I’ve had. Food and beer prices are pretty solid. Pulled pork sandwhich, side of green beans and a ten beer flight cost me less than $20. Beers are solid across the board. No standouts, but well executed and pretty much anyone could enjoy a drinking session here. Staff behind the bar, including one of the owners, were helpful and enthusiastic. Overall definitely worth a stop as it’s just a bit off 81, and definitely a pleasant surprise.“
Drake 2461 days ago