Been here once, my first time in a casino. Its A BREWPUB in a CASINO!!! Insane. Really the only reason to visit. All the beer was diacetyl rich. The said people gambling across the hall really ruined the ambiance. My old roommate thought he had a system for Blackjack, ha.
cubs (420) Fort Collins, Colorado | September 22, 2013
Kind of a joke with horrible beers. Only worth a stop for a couple of ticks and to blow some money on slots.
Brew pub located in the Ameristar Casino in Kansas City. The place has a very sports bar type feel to it. Lots of TVs, and it seems like it would be a good place to watch some sports. The two times I have visited, they have had the same 5 beers on taps. The beers aren’t too great. The prices are pretty cheap. I wouldn’t go out of your way to visit. Probably only worth it for a local, and even that is debatable.
Great place, that I didn’t even know was here. They have about 5-6 beers of their own, which were better than I expected. Also have several bottles of macros. Food was very good - definitely try the fish tacos app.
This place is worth stopping by if you are staying at the casino. The beer needs some work but I’ve had worse. Food is typical and not memorable. With televisions everywhere this place is great for watching games.
This place is great looking. Looks like a Vegas Sports Book, with tons of TVs and scores around the place. The beer is good, but they only have five selections. Service is below average, with waitress dressed like Hooters girls, although not that attractive. Food is good, but the main reason to come here would be for the beer and the atmosphere.
heemer77 (227) Urbandale, Iowa | March 20, 2006| Updated August 25, 2008
Returned again recently. Decent clean brews. The food leaves somethign to be desired. I didn’t mind the sports bar look with all th tv’s, it was tasteful. The setting was a little dark for rating appearance. Reasonable beer and food prices. The beers are all session style and none are bad. The equipment is certainly pretty, especially the classic looking brew kettles. Not a bad place.
Visited on 20 Feb 2006. I didn’t venture past the bar where the bartender said he liked the beers because they weren’t really strong flavored! He wasn’t lying. I tried the sampler and all the beers were pretty main stream (light, wheat, lager, dark and a seasonal pale ale) and then a pint of the dark. I must say they were all surprisingly OK to good, if without any adventure at all. The food sucked, unfortunately. The setting is a very glitzy sports bar that, I though, detracted from the reason! Anyway, it’s an easy jaunt off of I-435, so why not at least drop by and visit?
I hit this place after losing $100 at blackjack. Beers are average at best, not worth your time rating, but still drinkable. What do you expect, its a casino. They cater to the clientele. I doubt the retired grandma is going to want an Imperial IPA after hitting the slots. Food is typical boring but tolerable sports bar food. Don’t go out of your way on this one. If you are gambling and need a brew, its at least better than drinking swill like Budweiser.