went there after a nice full meal at hooters next door. bartender was very friendly and accomodating. she wasn’t really beer savvy but knew good from bad pretty well. i would definitely go back anytime. great place with great prices and huge selection
This is a beat up, old dive bar with a gorgeous view of the river. There is a jukebox and foosball, so I’m happy enough. We were here on a Monday night and there were a total of 10 patrons milling around. The beer selection is very solid. I had some Breakfast stout and Two Hearted. the Two Hearted even tasted clean and fresh, to my surprise. I had a pizza which had really good crust and plenty of toppings. I’d come back here, especially for a late night hang out.
Nice beerbar on the river with a nice view of Cincinnati especially on a sunny, warm September Saturday afternoon. Received quick, friendly, knowledgeable, and attentive service. Food was served in a timely manner and cooked to expectation. Establishment was not at all busy upon arrival, but business did pick up as the afternoon went on. Servers were able to keep up with the crowd in terms of serving up drinks and food in a very timely manner. All in all, nice place to hang out at on a Saturday afternoon and talk beer with the servers and enjoy the scenery. Will definitely visit again.
I really like this place. Tons of beers on tap and bottles. Atmosphere is great with a live band. Sits right on the river overlooking Cincinnati. Has an outdoor patio with a hooter right next door. Caught a ferry back from the reds game. Definitely a place you should try out.
Great selection of beers, and a nice enough place to drink them; however, the live entertainment usually blows, and the place has been somewhat dead recently. When it does get crowded, it suffers from the same problems as any bar: annoying, plastered 21-year-olds, sardine-can conditions, smoke, etc. For my money, this place is best visited on a Tuesday or Wednesday night when no crowd is to be expected and there’s no live music. Either that, or for a couple of hours before a Reds game, followed by a pleasant stumble over to the ballpark. Good times.
This place is similiar in style to the one in Indy. Open, kind of sport bar style with lots of beers on tap. Service is questionable; very dependent on who waits on you. Beer quality is also questionable; sometimes you can get a bad beer, whether from the tap or in bottle. Better beer management is needed.
I had a decent experience here. The bartender was this hot blonde who was really talkative/slutty, which i guess helped my situation. The taps look really nice, but i can see that some people have had really infected beers, probably because they dont rotate that often. however, i had Great Lakes Edmund Fitzgearld and it was fantastic! I love that beer! I would go back again if i was ever in the Cinci area.
This place has so much potential... Unfulfilled potential. They have a TON of beers on tap, but never really have anything special...ever. And most importantly, THEY DON’T CLEAN THEIR LINES!!! Service is okay, but most employees don’t know anything about beer. What a bummer!