Easy to find location and parked on street in front. Small place with bar for four or five and a couple tables. Good beer selection with the beers that were average to above average. Did not have food and don’t know if they serve it.
A neat out of the way place. The staff was exceptional, as was the patio at 5pm on a sunny 65 degree afternoon. Reports on the connecting pizza joint are all favorable, but my party didn’t sample anything.
ps - the homebrewed root beer is as good or better than the original A&W on tap at roadside stands 40 years ago.
Stopped in here on the way into Indy. Was pleasantly surprised by the variety and the beer was solid. Didn’t have any food but the prices were very reasonable. Service was alright, not much to complain about. Would hit it again.
Small little tap room that I was only able to peek my head into as I was with the family. Worth a stop off in crown point but more to sample beer than for the food which is mediocre pub grub and fried fare. Did not try pizza, which could be the saving grace, I will definitely check that out next time. Beers offered were of a wide variety with some creative offerings. Will stop in again when traveling on I-65.
Just out of the gate but I am impressed with what I saw so far. A small brewpub with a pizza joint attached. The two beer on tap were both very good to style. I talked quite a bit with the brewer and he seems to have a clue to how to appeal to beer geeks and the casual drinker at the same time. Expect bigger beer come wintertime. I able reviewing this brewery on as much promise as the current state of brewing. A must try before heading up to Three Floyds.
I agree with the prior two raters. This is a new brewpub with great possibilities. Attached to a pizza parlor with a fair sized beer garden (Who the heck says patio?), there’s plenty of room for all. Being there on a weekday afternoon, I got a chance to talk with brewer Jim Cibak for quite a while. He seems to have a good idea of what he wants to accomplish and it sounds good to me. Only two brews were on tap when I was there, a hoppy porter and a mild ale, and both were quite good. This is a place to keep your eye on.
Well for ambiance nothing better than beer Geek bar. very small and friendly with eager service. No food but there is a pizza shop and I think you can order in. A handful of their own beers and some nice guest bottles.
Just off the main town square, large brick building, smaller tap room, slightly cramp. We tired 4 ales, 2 were great, two were decent. Friendly staff, they knew a lot about what was in the beer. Their beers on tap were extensive. I brought home a bomber of their Java White Russian Porter called "The Dude"