I visited this brewpub 5 times so far with my family. Place was extremely busy two times, very busy other three. Service was excellent every time! Very friendly but fast and efficient once you get a table- typical wait on busy day was 10-25min. Very nice, tasteful decor, plenty of space between tables or booths. We tried different menu items each time - food was great - portions are huge!! I tasted so far 7 of their beers, all of them were excellent, Starlight Lager and Goggle Fogger are my personal favorites.
This brewpub is a great addition to Cleveland’s area restaurant scene.
(Only problem - my family keeps asking me to go back too often!!)
I thought this place was cool. Huge location, packed with people with an hour wait. Nice tap list, sampler and full pint prices. Food was okay...they seem to be really good at insanely spicy food here.
Wow, really never rated this place, huh? I always make this the final stop on the first day of a trip to Cleveland thanks to the vast food menu and proximity to hotels. Place is huge, but expect to wait if you go around dinner time (probably doesn’t help that I’m always there on Saturdays.) Big tap list that includes mostly Fat Head’s beers with some guest handles as well. All quality stuff. Huge food menu. I recommend the Fat Italian served hot, but hold the rosemary mayo and ask for a side of marinara. It will change your life. And if you’re still hungry after your gigantic meal, they always have interesting daily cheesecake and bread pudding selections. Service is always pretty good. Truly one of my favorite places to go. I wish they’d followed through on their plans to build one in Columbus instead of going to the west coast.
The decor in this place is first class. Great hand painted brewery logos on the interior brick walls add to the brewpub feel of this place. Great place to take the whole family for lunch or dinner. LARGE sandwiches with unique combination of ingredients that make their sandwiches outstanding. Great selection of guest taps and house brews from Matt Cole. Amazing, award winning beers! Try the Hop Ju Ju for Imperial IPA for a hop heads delight. Watch out for the onion rings though...they are VERY spicy!
Just want to echo what arpagamos wrote - the Headhunter IPA on cask is as good as I’ve tasted; great on tap and perfect on cask. The two cask beers were the IPA and a smoked porter that was outstanding. Total of 13 locally brewed beers on tap and another 20 best of class from other brewers (think Avery Maharajah, Southern Tier Unearthly, and Reisdorff Kolsch). Their Gudenhoppy Pils is unfiltered and the first pilner I’ve had that I actually ordered twice. It’s bar food, but real good with huge portions. Try the Bob and Martha’s pastrami sandwich. The Battleaxe Baltic Porter was just right with their chocolate cake for dessert. Service was friendly and the staff well educated.
The place is huge, witch is good because everyone in Ohio wants to eat ans drink here. Lots of their own beers on tap plus 10 or so guest beers all available in 3 extremely reasonably priced sizes. The food is also awesome. huge portions at reasonable prices. Burgers, whole wings that can be either smokes then fried or just fried, brick oven pizza and their own giant sandwich creations called "Headwiches". My personal favorite is the "South Side Slopes". Just a great place to have great beers and great food.
Came for Festival of the Hop 2015 .... amazing place, great ambiance with tons of seating ... they put on a great event and have an awesome staff .... the selection was great and its hard to not stick with their amazing IPA’s .... the food was off the hook ... the wings were the best I have had in my life and I think about them and salivate all the time ..... they were reasonably priced too .... this place is a home run and should be on every beer lovers bucket list