Cool looking spot that used to be a church, with the main bar built into the old alter. It’s too dark and no character besides being a church. 8 beers on tap, 4 regular, 3 seasonal and a barrel aged beer. The beer’s were anything special. The food was pretty good but service was a bit slow and inattentive. The truffle fries were great, without being too oily.
Maybe the coolest looking bar I have ever been to. It is an old funeral home turned into a brewpub that has a church like feel with stained glass windows everywhere. Servers were knowledgeable and attentive. They only offer about 10 beers, all of them made in-house. I was worried that it would be nothing but Quads and Tripels, but they were more diverse than that. All the beers have a Belgian twist, but many different styles are represented. We didn’t like the food all that much, we felt is was too fancy for it’s own good. Prices were right, especially since you get a 16 oz. pour in a goblet rather than a pint glass. Great idea, great beers. You will have a good time if you go here.
A great restored old church, that for once is almost as cool as it sounds. Service was amazing with a great knowledge of beer. Selection was pretty large, almost 12. Prices are a bit high, but quality is there. Although not all the beer was to my taste, I thoroughly enjoyed it.
This is an amazing place. The beer selections are amazing -- besides the normally available stuff, there’s a good variety of specials, as well as a Firkin. And the food is top notch: locally sourced ingredients, and more of a higher end restaurant than a brewpub. Love the outdoor seating, too. Icing on the cake is that the beer is among the best I’ve had.
Very cool ambiance, it looks like an old church. Good service, though they get crowded easily. Small beer selection but there’s always something nice on tap. Rotating wood-aged beer always, as well. Haven’t ordered the food, but I hear it’s good. Decently priced, maybe a little on the high side, but overall it’s worth a visit.
Had dinner on the covered porch on a Saturday night - got right in. Did a sampler of four beers and tried the fried duck livers and duck nachos. Good beers, above average food, and very nice service. Not overly pricy. It was busy and loud but everyone seemed to enjoy themselves. Grabbed a four-pack of mixed singles and a glass to go. Would definitely recommend and would go again.
On friday end of the afternoon in November.
What a surprise !!!
Amazing ambience, looks like an old monks dining room.
The food is amazing, we add a reservation in a restaurant in front of Vivant, but next time, it’s here that were are going to have diner !!!
Good selection of their own beers and it’s a great selection, they were all great, we tasted all of the 10 beers on the menu.
Can’t wait to come back.
it was a church or a funeral home, not sure , just know that its properly being used now as a brewery, with real good bone marrow which I guess you could of got at the funeral home, surely not as tasty.