This place was great, we were looking for good food and pasta to carb up before the Big Sur International Marathon. They had just what we were looking for, their in house brews were very good, we were all impressed. As for food it was a decent selection, lots of seafood, and I settled on a salmon pasta dish, and the salmon was some of the best I’ve had! Really great place, and awesome service, very professional.
No samplers, though 50 cents ½ fl. oz tasters - too little to rate. Boasts 75 taps, but quite a few are sold out and a lot are main stream. The printed menu is outdated. It is a sports bar with a bit of beer. USD 7.5 pints. There is better places in town.
70ish guest taps and 1 or 2 house beers in a big bar setting. Great coastal Monterey location, and the big brick building is awesome. Loses a touch of it’s charm inside but still a cool place. A bit busy and loud as it’s in the touristy foot traffic area. Guest taps were solid but nothing crazy. A little too many big breweries with more off the wall local regional type stuff needed.
Great range of beers, service was a bit poor but the venue is nice.
Ron (207) Rochester, New York | September 26, 2016
What, you don’t brew your own beer!! Then change the name. The did have plaenty on nice beers though. It’s a nice modern clean place. Patty, Kara, Andy and I stopped in on our way to Carmel by the Sea where our hotel was. I got acouple good new ones to try. They were good. Monterey was a crowed place! A Jazz fest was going on. No place by the other bars I wanted to try so I came here.
Despite the name of this establishment not a house beer to be found. This is pretty much a typical big barn craft establishment complete with 73 taps, another 30 odd bottle choices and a typical menu. Pricing ok but for locals perhaps a little on the high side? Service attentive. For some reason the tap list didn’t blow me away but good to see a few offerings from The Bruery, amongst others.
Theydon_Bois (1046) Hazlemere, the lower Xhitlerns, England | April 30, 2014| Updated December 9, 2014
Visited on 29/04/14 around 5pm.
Place was starting to pick up trade during our hour here but we were plagued with a rather annoying bunch of grown ups watching padded rounders on the idiot box.
Didn’t count the taps - didn’t feel quite like 70 but for someone from England I think there were about 6 or 7 new ticks, pretty slim pickings, could really do with some local micros to boost the line up, just tried and trusted CA and national players.
I settled down with a Bruery - Red Poppy, a tad ovepriced at $11 for a 12oz pour I felt!!!
There were no beers listed as ’Cannery Row xx’ on my visit.
A tasting flight was available but our server told me it wasnt designed for someone like me - who knew a bit about beer !
Decent enough bar I guess, good range of styles etc, we had the burger and the pulled pork sliders during happy hour (3 till 6) which were tasty but on the whole a little pricey for beer and as I said before, a fairly generic taplist you’d find anywhere.
I didn’t notice any house beers listed as ’Cannery Row xxx’ on my visit and that was the first thing I looked for.
Visited in 2011 while doing some work in Monterrey.
Really just stopped in for dinner but got a pint with it. They have some "house" beers but I’m fairly certain that they’re just re-branded Firestone beers. Aside from that there were plenty of other taps ranging from Guinness and Stella to Lagunitas, Sierra, and Firestone.
Service was nice and attentive and the food was pretty good (got a burger). Prices were on par with other beer places (as in too high but not out of control). I will stop in next time I’m in Monterrey just to try the "house" beers just in case they really are ticks.