Interesting. Yeah its decent and all, but it has a chainy feel to it. Lots of outside and inside seating; large bar. Taplist on screens, "powered by untappd." Extensive bar menu available, loads of burger choices. Beers all available in multiple sizes starting at 4 oz taster pours. Service friendly, not hugely efficient. Only three Buckeye beers on tap, but the 27 guest beers kept things moving along. Well worth a visit.
LOVED this place! Comfy ambiance. Large bar, small tables, wood paneling, beer swag everywhere. It’s like your neighbor’s basement bar you’re envious of. Not a huge draft list, but what is there is quality. Six house beers, generally very well executed (one was kinda meh, which is its name, in fact). 20ish guest taps. Some regulars anyone can appreciate, lots of locals, several rarities. All beers available in sample size pours. Food was tasty. Ryan C the bartender was exceptional. Prices good. If I were a local, this would be my regular hangout. Highly recommended.
Typical bar atmosphere. Good looked good and prices were ok but I didn’t eat. Bartender was fantastic. Only 5 beers of their own but the rest of the tap list was fantastic with a good selection of rare and interesting beers. Great place.
Went here based on a recommendation from a friend. Not a very big place, but nice. Basically a burger joint. They have killer burgers and the specials were awesome. The beer list was impressive. Lots of local stuff mixed with a few things I haven’t seen anywhere else. Defiantly check it out.
WiFi, TV’s, 30 taps, 6 house taps. Large semi circlular bar with several tables and a nice patio area out front. Reserved parking. Knowledgable server. Very nice selection. Food available though I didn’t try any. I would certainly go back.
The atmosphere is good, a large room defined by a large half-circle shaped bar. They have raised tables with stools in an area adjacent to the bar. There is also a separate area with tables and I think a few booths.
The beer selection is very good. They have about 30 beers on tap, with 3 or 4 Buckeye beers available at and a very large selection of bottled beer. A beer engine was also running. Most beers are served in pint glasses with the ”big beers” offered in 12 ounce brandy snifters. Prices are reasonable, mostly $4 to $6 per glass. I particularly appreciate the fact that they had a large variety of beer styles both on tap and in bottles.
The staff are knowledgeable about their beers and are happy to discuss and recommend their favorites. Four ounce beer samples are available on a sliding scale price which varies from $1.25 to around $3.50 per sample.
Burgers, sandwiches and dogs were on the menu and ok.
I like this place and stop there whenever I am in the neighborhood.
Beers sampled: Buckeye Red Head Irish Ale, Victory Hop Devil, Bell’s Expedition Stout, Dark Horse Crooked Tree IPA, Bear Republic Hop Rod Rye