Went here two days ago. Nice place. Not much parking around, though. Beers were good. Nice open patio area. Server was really nice and helpful. Beers were good to very good and they do cheap flights. Well worth a visit.
Wellllllll. Super-friendly service. Comfortable outdoor seating. But from there it all kind of goes away. Smoking is allowed or at least tolerated, and everyone does. So the place smells like ass. The beer is OK, nothing super high-level. One senses a certain OC bro-dom dominates.
Great spot. Big range of beers across a variety of styles (though there is certainly an emphasis on the hoppy stuff). The quality of the beers, on the whole, was above average. They offer four-beer flights, which assists with the ticking. Pretty good value. The barman wasn’t especially friendly but whatever. The place itself has a garage feel to it. The location is not too far from the train station, which was nice for me. Worth a visit.
Overdue rating from a visit awhile ago.The produce solid beers and have good pricing. The floor plan is open and with the doors open on a warm day and a nice breeze its a great place to enjoy a few brews.
What’s with the low scores here? The beer is usually pretty good and it’s a playground for adults. Cornhole, the giant Jenga setup, music, and it’s outside so it doesn’t get as stuffy as the old location used to. As previously mentioned the beer is cheap and any time I can get Knuckle Sandwich easily I’m happy. Parking is a pain though, so be prepared for that. This is also near a lot of cool places in downtown Fullerton so you can hit a few other places easily if you aren’t into Bootleggers. Aside from parking I think my only complaint is lack of bartenders.
It’s nice sitting out on the patio, but overall a place I won’t miss. Some of the beers are good, some very boring, but none of them bad. The place is more or less just a warehouse with a bar and some benches and tables. Not a cozy place in any way, but it wasn’t bad sitting in the shadow on a hot summer day sampling some beers.