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66 /100 8 STANLEY ST UNIT 5
“2022-07-28. Small spot in the back of an industrial building, the patio is actually quite cozy with trees around and a nice wooden wall. Long communal tables for the most part. Garage door opens to the small indoor seating area with a view of the brewery towards the back. I found their hoppy beers a bit rough overall, with a bit too much rough green hop character for my tastes, and leaving me wishing they'd filtered some of them. The sour was quite tasty. 7 taps. 6oz pours seem a bit pricey at $3.50 + tax and tip but maybe I have just been spoiled by cheap flights elsewhere. Interesting mix of music is enjoyable. A 4 pack minimum (no single cans) of the cans to go is annoying and limiting and frankly seems counterproductive in a tourist area where you'd think they'd want people to try as many of their beers as possible. The customers after us were also not impressed by this. Nice space, I'm torn between liking it and having it kind of rub me the wrong way. It shows potential so I guess I will reserve final judgment for a return visit I guess - they have only been open a few months so hopefully they get the beers dialed in a bit more down the road. “
jercraigs 12 days ago
76 /100 1385 HIGHWAY 62
“Stopped there in Oct 2020, during COVID. Another beautiful barn, with a nice patio for clement weather; they closed it until further notice given the pandemic. Did buy four ciders for take out which were fantastic, specializing in tart wild ciders. Please go and encourage them.“
Lubiere 537 days ago
80 /100 65 BARKERS LANE
“Visited Oct 2020 during COVID but also prior to pandemic. The brewery is situated in a farmstead which also grows flowers. Beers are solid quaffers (seems to be a theme in PEC), like saisons and pale ales, available at the glass. No tasters. Cans are around 4$ to go. Limited but upscale food menu with lamb burger, pasta, etc...usually done by a guest cook. Another must.“
Lubiere 537 days ago
82 /100 65 BARKERS LANE
“Visited on September 17th, 2020, in the afternoon. Located just south of the heart of Bloomfield, via a bumpy dirt road, opposite an open field. A simple looking building, it is as basic as it gets. A simple looking building, it is as basic as it gets. Except for the bathroom, we could not go in because of COVID-19, fortunately it was very nice outside to drink (that I did not do). Maybe because of the pandemic, there was only cans, mostly their stuff with a few invited brews, including Goodspeed (Bim's beer). They also had snack like big bags of Covered Bridge chips. The service was good, regardless the limitations they had. Hey, I should have drank there, next time!“
Quevillon 672 days ago
68 /100 65 BARKERS LANE
“2019-07-19. Small but cozy tap room with about 8 tables in what I assume is a reclaimed agricultural or industrial building. More standing room space around some barrels down the hall. Four taps including two of theirs, a collab with Halcyon, and a Tooth and Nail guest tap. We had a glass of the collab and got some cans of their core beers to go. Friendly staff. Nice spot.“
jercraigs 1117 days ago
68 /100 257 BLOOMFIELD MAIN STREET
“2019-07-19. Interesting country kitsch meets modern reno feel to the place, with exposed walls, etc. Friendly servers. 8 or so local craft beer taps and a decent wine list. We shared a steak sandwich and fried chicken. Steak sandwich was awesome with a delicious slightly spicy sauce on it. Chicken seemed maybe over done but that may have been a choice? The batter made for a hard crispy shell but was still tasty. “
jercraigs 1117 days ago
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