Westside location of this brewpub in Atlanta with a few locations. I’ve been several times and always enjoyed the beer and the food. Food is not typical bar fare. Overall, I’d say the beer has generally been solid; I’ve had a few standouts, but some are just mediocre. I’m told the bottle conditioned stuff they have behind the bar is the real deal, but haven’t had a chance to sample any of those yet. Service is generally friendly and attentive.
Checked out this place for the first time recently and had a great experience. Their pumpkin ale was delicious and they had a large variety of hearty winter brews on tap. I wish I’d had the time to try them all. The prices were great and the food was good too. I recommend the grilled ravioli.
Dim, eclectic interior, and a very nice roof patio. The waiters were friendly, and very helpful. The selection is very good. All the taps are from the brewpub, and there are barrel-aged bombers offered, as well. The beer is well priced. The food is excellent, but the prices are a little high. Overall, this is a great brewpub.
went here for a few drafts after the droning on about management styles and other corprate drags. Seems like a cool place, modern decor. Had 7 beers on tap from them plus two guest taps.I asked the wolf man barkeep what their flagship beers where and his response: "all of them." hmm.. not the answer I was looking for but service was adaquete none the less. I had a pale ale and the IPA. The Pale was good, but the IPA was confused as the name suggested. As many have mentioned before an array of barrel aged beers for $25/ 750ml. Prices were moderate for the beers, food looked a bit expensive but tasty none the less.
This brewpub has changed a wee bit since I fist visited shortly after they first opened. The menu is pretty much like that of the other two 5 Seasons breweries, and just as good, featuring locally grown/raised organic food. Their beers are first-rate, and though the service could have been a wee bit prompter the waitstaff does a good job. Parking is more than adequate, and they are on a MARTA bus line if you prefer to rely on public transit. Best of all, they are next to Hop City, best beer store in the area. A must if you live on this end of town.
Fairly modern brewpub in up and coming neighborhood near GT campus. Went on a Saturday night during Final Four game and place was half empty. NIce crowd for ATL. They were out of 3 or 4 beers but still had 5 beers on tap which were mostly average. Had the Cuban which was decent but a bit pricey for the quality and quantity. Had 2 IPAs, small and I mean small sampler, and a sandwich and it set me back $40. Nice place but a bit overpriced.
Literally next door to Hop City, which makes for a good 1-2 punch. Nice ambiance, lots of room, friendly, helpful staff. Running 9 taps when I was there, including one BA Belgian Tripel. Also feature a bunch of their own Barrel Aged beers in 750 bottles only for 25$+. I had a sampler tray and a pulled pork sandwich and my bill was $18; not a bad way to spend an afternoon!
Large modern brewpub with a second bar upstairs. Servers are really enthusiastic, friendly and knowledgeable. The beers were solid enough. The real standout was the food - I had locally sourced trout, served whole, head, skin and all, which is the only way to do it. Fantastic!
Nice place, I’ve visited twice and enjoyed it both times. A handful of house made beers on tap and some barrel aged 750’s available (though the price is rather steep). Good food was had on both occasions. They do a nice Sunday brunch, but be aware no alcohol is served until 12:30. Well worth a stop, along with hopcity right next door.