Amazing microbrew selections which rotate biweekly. Their Bison burgers, for the price, are I believe the best in the city! Very friendly servers.
Some things to checkout: Thursdays special cask-conditioned ales which rotate weekly & daily quesadilla specials along with daily appetizer specials.
Definitely a Louisville Staple!
Nice brew pub with good food and good beer. Friendly wait staff. It is located next door to my favorite place to go for beer and makes it convient to go between the two. Currently they have a coconut porter on tap that is fantastic.
Came to me with a bad recommendation from a friend, but I decided to try it out anyways. Pros: Really tasty beers for such a small operation, great food, located in a fun part of town. Cons: Small space, wait, parking, traffic, etc. All in all, a must see in Louisville, in my opinion. Great food and surprisingly good beers. Grab a sampler, then decide on your poison.
Great place for food and beer. They always have a great selection of beers and the food here is awesome. Very reasonable prices as well. Large variety of beers to choose from and very interesting seasonal offerings. I love stopping in here for dinner and a brew.
Was so glad to find this place in the little directory from the hotel. they had a surprisingly large selection (all their own) given the size of the place. A bit of a hippy vibe going on (widespread panic & grateful dead posters galore) but it was a great time. service was great and the fried green tomatoes were awesome once they cooled down a bit. And the beers were really tasty.
Me and my girlfriend wanted to get away from Downtown Louisville and found this hole in the wall brewery. Smallest brewing kit I’ve seen in a bar but they did some very nice things. We only had nachos and the fried green tomatoes and sampled some beers. Was a very cool little place, a little on the hippy side, but still rockin’. Had about 10 beers or so on tap, which was impressive for the size of the brewery. Nothing over the top, but a very nice bunch of beers and excellent service.
tish (12) In transition at the moment, Indiana | January 11, 2007
Parking’s a bitch, but take a lovely stroll along the local shops, plus Cherokee Park is just a few steps down the road. It’s a great place to enjoy an early afternoon brew.
Excellent place. Small and homey. This is also a drawback meaning tables are often at a premium.
The food is awesome. Their Kentucky Bison Burgers are probably some of the best burgers in town.
The beer list is small but almost entirely of their own creation. It’s all pretty tasty. The nitro porter is their classic but you really can’t go wrong with anything.
An awesome place to go hang out.