Had dinner during happy hour. The staff was adequate but did not engage our party nor did they offer us anything that advertised anything more than then the beers on tap in front of us. I had a Sweet Baby Jesus only because I saw the coaster sitting under the bar in front of me and asked for it. The happy hour specials were well priced and the atmosphere was such that we could check out games on TV, while still keeping a normal conversation level.
Stopped by here for lunch doing some shopping in the area. Strip mall location with ample parking, inside is nice with a dining area and rather large island bar. We opted to dine, regulars on draft with a few seasonal and brewpub specials. Food was standard American fare, our sandwiches were pretty good. Prices were good too; 2 beers and 2 lunches came to around $25. Overall positive experience and would come back.
Stopped here for lunch on my two day journey down 95 south. Large restaurant and bar. Place was pretty empty when I arrived at 13:05, yes 24 hr clock. Had two beers, both were ample. Had the crab cake sandwich.. Yes I am a touresty douche. Service was adequate, prices were high for good.
The original DuClaw. Same great beers as every other restaurant. Same great food. The interior is now even nicer than the Hanover location. I believe they remodeled after some sort of fire. Always a terrific place to visit when in Bel Air visiting relatives. Jim Wagner always keeps an eclectic, tasty lineup on tap. Plenty of parking.
Ambiance: The place is actually pretty cool with large pictures of their beers around the walls, a solid long bar with an island that can easily sit 30+ patrons, TVs every 7-8 feet and plenty of tables around.
Service: The bartenders were prompt and semi knowledgeable about the beers on tap
Selection: They had 15 different in house beers on tap with array from all of them, from your basic blonde ale all the way up to a BA Barleywine.
Food: Menu was decent looking, had wings myself and they were alright, nothing crazy but not horrible either.
Value: I was a big fan of the bill as I had three seasonal beers plus wings and it only came to $23. Win.
Overall, solid place, not ground breaking beers but solid enough and better at the price.
The restaurant is located in a small shopping center and has a nice appearance inside and out. Everything looks clean and well maintained and the place is rather large.
The service was a bit slow, but the bartender was very friendly and welcoming. The food was decent, I’ve had better but it is typical of a semi-upscale chain restaurant. The selection of beer was pretty great though, one of every style and even Yards Brawler on tap. I even saw a guy drinking Miller Light, though why would you go to a brewpub to drink Miller Light?
Overall the price was decent, me and my girlfriend got a burger and fries each with a sampler of 6 beers for less than $50. I would stop here again.
I have visited this location bothe prior and after the fire. Ambiance is open and the same now as it was in the past minust the brewing equiment that was in what is now the central dining area. A packed menu yields a scrumptions lunch. Even though I was a bit lost in the increased Hustle that is Bel Air.
One of my favorite local places to go to! Always great bartenders, service staff is good too. Love most of their beers and their food is outstanding! Nice separate bar and restaurant areas, which I like. Also some outdoor seating. Im there all the time. Love it.