I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed imbibing in this place. Ambiance is top notch, almost medieval in nature. If you epecially love Belgian ales, then BSP is the place for you because this is their specialty. Ace beerlists and wonderful recommendations from the bartenders and even the servers. Beers are always served in the proper glass and the right temperature I’ve never had such great presentation of the drink. As far as food is concerned, I’d say it’s traditional pub food that is uncommonly good. Offerings have something of a German bent. Cheese plates and pairings with beer come highly recommended, as do the bratwursts. If you’re a beer enthusiast, especially into Belgian ales, and in the Atlanta area, then you owe it to yourself to visit at least once. Even the biggest beer curmudgeon cannot help but be impressed.
Yes, it is that good. The first aroma I get is the scent of pine, but that’s from the Christmas decorations that add a festive air to this dark, quirky and atmospheric bar. They’ve got 21 beers on tap - on my festive visit divided into ’Holiday beers’, ’US craft’ and ’Foreign draft’. That’s not counting the 8-tap Belgian bar upstairs. Quite a few bottles and cans, but the cherry on the cake is the ’cellar flight’: aged beers from 2007 to 2014, served in very small measures (4 for $20). Basically, they get beer, and they get us. Ticking, drinking and being paradise. As perfect as we will get in this universe.
A fantastic stop a little ways outside downtown Atlanta was well worth a late night visit. The only major downside was that they would not do sample or half pours and you could only order one beer at a time. That said the selection was on par with the best bars that I have been to. The interior even has a nice faux Belgian feel that is only broken by the sounds of Georgia traffic. If you only manage to get to one place in town this wouldn’t be a bad choice.
Plenty of seating for dining. 20 or so spots at the bar. Selection is not the biguest, but incredibly good. Food was incredible as well. Service was professional and efficient. Upstairs has a whole other bar and dining area. Feels like a good place to hide.
A great beer bar with a nice cellar feel. A few rooms to the place with lots of brick and dark wood. Place can be a bit tight. Service is very good and staff is well versed in beer. Tap list is strong (especially for Belgians) with a few other taps and a great bottle selection. Food is quite solid and prices aren’t bad either. One of the better beer bars I’ve been to.
Very cool place in Decatur. Gorgeous, roomy place, really the antithesis of Porter in this sense; big huge room is the main bar, with a small, more cozy (Belgian oriented?) second bar up the stairs. A bit Southern hipster, with art skateboards and such on the walls, but killer list, food looked legit... not much to complain about. Good things.
Visited 03/11/15. This place left me scratching my head a bit. The ambiance is warm and inviting. Brick Store’s housed in a tastefully restored brick building with handsome wood features. The bar’s split over two levels and feels quite spacious and airy. The beer menu and service let this place down a bit. The draft selections went pretty light on locals. Tasty but ubiquitous stuff like Sculpin dominated the taps. The bottle list wasn’t particularly impressive. Maybe they keep all their cool stuff off the menu for regulars. My bartender was pretty transaction-focused and impatient. Food was decent but not outstanding. Overall, this place has great bones, but I was expecting more from a place with a top 50 ranking. Brick Store’s good, not great.