changeup45 (109) Mount Dora, Florida | October 10, 2010| Updated October 31, 2010
Located right in the center of downtown St. Augustine, and only a few buildings down from JP Henley’s (which I recommend visiting as well). The first floor is a bar area and on the second floor there is a large restaurant area with some nice balcony seating. Pretty standard beer lineup; Amber, Pale, Stout, Brown, Lager, and their seasonal Octoberfest. I had the Red Brick Ale which wasn’t all that exciting but a pretty solid beer. They had an extensive liquor selection with some specialty tropical drinks. We ate at JP Henley’s that afternoon so I can’t comment on the food. Seemed like they had a nice menu though. Overall, decent ambiance, limited beer although I’m always up for trying a new brewpub, good location, $4 pints. I’d go back.
Stopped by for lunch, sat on the upstairs patio overlooking downtown. Pretty good house beers but a limited selection. Calamari and shrimp po’ boy were good. Nothing exceptional but a solid place to stop for a meal and a brew if you’re in town.
Right in the middle of old town St Augustine and within walking distance of a variety of hotels, restaurants and historic sites. Nice facility, inside and out, with a more casual bar downstairs and a quieter, food-centric upstairs that offered a great view of the bay. Was here for dinner in the off season, so things were less hectic and more focused on customers. Only 7 of their own beers on tap, the best of which were the octoberfest and the IPA. Good service, better food (the swordfish was awesome). If you are looking for more beer, Chatsworth (formerly JP Henleys) is right next door with over 70 on tap.
Restaurant with brewery attached -- focus on the food / tourist given the location with some of their own beers to supplement. Food menu is quite extensive and everyone in our large party was pleased. The service was good, but the waitress is primarily a restaurant server. Had about 6 of their own beers on tap and the three I tasted were all okay -- no stand outs, but no real disappointments either. May be the best place in central St. Augustine.
a 2-level brewpub, with a smaller pub-like area downstairs and a larger, fancier section upstairs. 6 house beers on tap ranging from light lager to coffee brown to IPA. All were at least good (for style). Nicely priced flight available.
Visited here again in July ’14 - had been her pre-RB days, Nice two-storied restaurant, slightly cramped, but they appear to handle crowds well. Service was slow initially, but once contact was made, things moved along swimmingly. Have about eight of there own on tap - nothing to set your world on fire, but always nice to get a tick or two or three. Varied menu - sandwiches, salads, seafood etc. - very reasonably priced for the location and my sandwich was very tasty. Great place to grab a bite and beer after traipsing through St. Augustine.
Wonderful ambiance in a historic building in the heart of downtown. A table on the balcony overlooking the old bridge and intercoastal waterway is a great place to sip the afternoon away. In-house brews are respectable. Food is quite good, and fairly priced. Weekday happy hour.
Dinner here in downtown St Augustine for a few days. We sat on the 2nd level balcony, great view of the streets and water. Ordered 2 of their house beers and a tuna steak sandwich, all very good. Friendly staff, busy place. Highly recommend though parking downtown really sucks in the evening.
Stopped in on a day trip and had lunch and their brown ale. Decent mahi sandwich with a good selection of food. The food was a little pricey for what it was but not terrible. Had their own brews which all looked OK. The brown ale was different for the style but not bad. Right on the water, so the upstairs outside seating was nice. Stop in if you are there.