Big open space with a huge bar along the back wall. Tons of taps, especially local stuff. The waitress was friendly and gave me several tasters. I didn’t eat so I can’t comment on the food. The biggest draw back here is they allow smoking inside which reallly takes away from the tasting experience.
The unfriendley cunt behind the bar needs Daddy to give her a kiss and make it all better. She is a disgrace to what a "bartender" is supposed to accomplish. Which is, building a clientele, not pissing one off. She clearly has more problems than a math book, and feels compelled to take it out on undeserving people. She literally sucks. I have been around the world, and to many, many cities in this country. She, hands down, is the worst bartender alive.
This place wouldn’t be bad if it got a little focus and got rid of the tobacco smoking factory that it attracts. I don’t know what you do about the cigarettes, but it wouldn’t take much to fill out their beer list and make this place worth visiting.
This place is pretty cool. I live right around the corner but have only been a few times. They had Hopslam on tap which was my introduction to my love of hops. Lots of Bell’s on tap. They have close to 50 taps and probably 50 more different bottles. Nothing you cant really get anywhere else but a really good selection none the less. I had wings there once and they werent special. They have about 6 pool tables silver strike a gunting game and some golf games. Also a wierd shuffleboard table game. Fun can definitely be had here.
I haven’t been to the Beer Sellar in about 4 years, but back then it wasn’t that special. I used to go there on Friday or Saturday nights, usually before heading to Joe’s Grille. I didn’t go for the food, so I cannot rate that. However, they did have a nice selection of beers both on draught and in bottles. They had a guy doing covers of bands like Tonic and Cake and the Gin Blossoms on acoustic guitar in the corner. Made it feel more like a coffee house than a bar. Not my cup o’ tea. Back then the place overlooked quite a few fake ID toting patrons as well, which, in my opinion, kills the experience of any bar all by itself as kids don’t know how to act.