Sits across from the convention center in downtown Baltimore. A smattering of tables outside, bar against the right side wall tables to the left in two rooms. They had a dozen or so beers on tap with a couple of guest taps as well. Their beer was decent, nothing earth shattering, I tried a stout and a dark ale and both were serviceable. Friendly attentive staff even as an influx of beer geeks filled the place up for lunch. I had a pretty good chicken ceaser salad. Pricing was about what I would expect in a touristy area. I’d stop in if in the area again.
Pleasant place with a pleasant atmosphere and a good vibe. The staff we attentive and helpful. Samplers were fairly standard in set up and average in price. Staff liked to talk beer the night i was there. Did not try the food but menu looked fine. Would definitely stop back when in the area again.
Pretty decent place right off the harbor in Baltimore. They had serious problems keeping things on tap when I was there, but apparently they are opening another brewery. Good place to stock up on English style ticks. Lots of very drinkable beers, and a few above average. Great big patio.
Convenient due to its central location and earlier opening hours. This was my first stop of the day in Baltimore. A small lunch time crowd so not overly busy. I see they didn’t do flights so only settled for one pint of the Bishop’s Breakfast Stout which was OK. Four guest taps available too. Friendly bartender who was doing a good job tending to the patrons. Overall, a stock standard brewpub but worth it if you find yourself desperate to tick some Olivers beers.
Visited twice over the past weekend while in town. Have been here a handful of times in the past, mostly when I’m in town for a convention across the street. Pretty busy before a ballgame but empties out when the game is about to start. Nice patio, decent sized bar area and two dining rooms on the main floor, and another dining room upstairs. Looks like there’s a separate bar area next door but I haven’t been in there. Service is good, a bit slow and rushed during peak times. Servers don’t usually know what’s on cask off the top of their heads. Good selection of year-round and seasonal offerings from Olivers along with a handful of guest taps. Food is good for the most part, mostly pub fare. Worth a stop if you’re around the Inner Harbor, just try to avoid the ballgame rush.
Went there while visiting Baltimore with my girlfriend. Place was crowded outside, lots of people - we sat inside because we were starving to the point of feeling ill. Didn’t really feel like drinking this night, so I only got a pint of something that turns out I already had! Plenty of other options as well - I’m usually stuck with cask only versions of their beers in DC - a few guest taps are available, some local, most not. Food was pretty tasty. Service was nice - attentive and friendly.
Nice place. Food was pretty good. I wanted to try flights of their beer and they were a little reticent. Beers were better than I had hoped. Only a few beers by other brewers. Bartender was kind, but not knowledgeable. None of the staff seemed to know much about beer. But overall, it was a good experience.
t0rin0 (1529) Do Not Resuscitate, California | September 15, 2013
Visited July 2011.
Very nice area. near the water. Parking wasn’t easy but I didn’t mind walking a few blocks. There are two rooms inside and both were packed when I arrived. My first experience with their beer wasn’t stellar. Actually it was awful. It was a cask at Churchkey that was room temperature, during a heat wave in DC. I tried most of the beers they offer. Actually I left about half a dozen unticked because I couldn’t work through any more of them. They were just so bad. I almost threw up from the taste of some of these beers. Seriously, what the hell are they doing here? I got to the point of getting angry with how bad the beer was. Combine that with the fact that I wasn’t feeling great and that the server never came back and yeah, it sucked. I left cash on the table and left. What a crappy place. Actually, if they were serving beer that they didn’t brew it wouldn’t be so bad since the patio was nice and there was a good crowd, but that beer, never again. In several hundred breweries visited now this is in my bottom 5.
I very much enjoyed mu trip to the PSAH. I was there before the Oriels were playing Boston so there was a good mix of fans enjoying beers. Never the less they were well staffed and i did not have trouble getting drinks. The waitresses were friendly and knowledgable about their beers and one let me charge my phone with her charger. I will be going back to try more of their good and unique offerings.