Odd location and feel to the place, looks like a comic book store in a strip mall. Service was great, very nice and seemed to at least know a good deal about their beer. Selection was great, about 10 of their own beers and a whole mess of other solid guest beers. Food was good, pizza but at least it was done right. Average prices for the area and food was pretty cheap. Great place if you’re in the area, a little ways away from most Jax stuff.
Located in a strip mall off of I-295 near the Orange Park Mall. Typical strip mall bar and restaurant, perhaps a little on the beat up side of the spectrum. The bar is up front when you enter, dining tables throughout the rest of the room. Beer selection is 30 beers total, with 21 of them house beers and the remainder mostly Florida craft. Full pours or 4 house beer flight. Crowd was locally, and a little on the rough side. Service was slow, hard working, though obviously under staffed. Pizza was quite tasty.
70 = ★★½ (Locals should check it out, visitors with extended time)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
Came here for lunch on a hot summer Saturday with my wife and daughter. Pretty chill place with mostly table seating, a small bar, and a small patio. Plenty of parking since it is located in a strip mall. Decent size tap list with mostly their own offerings but also a few guest taps from other local Brewers. Menu is mostly pizza, some sandwiches too. Our pizzas were all excellent. I had two IPAs and the wife had a triple. Both were pretty damn good. Service was good and the pricing was in line. Would defiantly return.
2-22-2013 RBWG. The service was good and attentive. Very good pizza in my opinion. A nice clean bar atmosphere. Twenty-four (24) beer taps total including guest beers. They have approximately 30 different bottled beers available. A place worth stopping at and a place that I would stop at again.
With good pizza and sandwiches and exceptional beer, this small brewpub should be a prime destination for beer geeks in the JAX area. Away from dowtown, beach and other tourist areas, it still is fairly easy to get to being near I-295. 4-beer flights available, including both house and guest brews.
A small pizzeria/brewpub in a strip mall. It is essentially a pizza joint with a solid draught list. They have 2-3 house beers on (Pinglehead), which are pretty tasty. I had a brown ale and APA. They have 30+ total taps, featuring Florida brewers such as Green Room, Bold City, Aardwolf, Engine 15, Intuition, Swamp Head, and Cigar City. And some other breweries such as Founders, Stone, Bells, Weyerbacher, etc. They also have a bunch of bottled beers. I didn’t try any of the pizza, but it looked decent. Overall, a chill place to enjoy a beer and maybe some pizza. Definitely recommended, especially if you’re not from the area and want to try a bunch of local breweries.
Plenty of parking in the strip mall which I really appreciate. Lots of chalkboards. The logos of many other craft breweries have been artfully chalked by someone with talent. I tried the MindDrive Porter, which was pretty good. I also had their meatlovers pizza, which was a little too much like pizza hut for me. Thicker crust and the bacon was too much like bacon bits. Staff were friendly and responsive. I wouldn’t mind going back and trying some of their other offers, both beer and food.
Came here during RBWG 2013. Great place, no pretense whatsoever. They have TONS of house beers on tap, and the quality level of their beers is generally high. The pizza is solid, really hearty stuff. Staff very efficient, friendly and accommodating.