Nice small ish brewpub with the brewing equipment right behind the bar area ( I think the tap lines pull directly from the tanks). Nice ambiance, I liked it. Didn’t have any food. Only tried a couple of their beers, one was a well done but fairly average Belgian strong and the other was a fairly fantastic sour, probably the best I have had from a small local brewery. I would definitely go back to try more of their beers and it was a nice place to go, not a ton of their own beers on tap but a good variety for sure and several solid guest taps. Worth visiting.
Decent beers, limited selection, but worth a stop. I didn’t know about the pub, but was going to SmokeJack next door (another worthy food stop). They were busy on the two nights we stopped in this week. Parking on side streets. Barkeep was great.
Cool brew pub in downtown Alpharetta. Had 5-6 of their own beers on tap. I tried the Hell Fire IPA. Pretty decent; ordered a second one. Another 5-6 guest taps and a good variety in bottles. Good bar food - burgers, etc. The cheese curds were the real deal - best thing we ate - served with cheddar beer sauce - good stuff. Our waiter was very knowledgeable about the beers and food. Prices were reasonable. Worth a visit.
Cliff (72) The Land of Milk and Honey, Ohio | April 15, 2015
Very mediocre beers. Berliner was one of the worst beers I have ever had. Smelled like vomit and cheese. Service was good. Didn’t eat. Good atmosphere. Good for a tick but the beers need some serious help. Large selection of guest bottles and a handful of drafts.
chinchill (237) South Carolina | February 17, 2015| Updated January 27, 2017
Visited mid-week at opening, so I was the only in here. Did not try the food but reviewed the menu which looked promising: upscale pub food. Only 4 house beers on tap but normally they have 5 and sometimes have 6. There was also a fine selection of 7 guest taps. Like their bottle selection, Belgians (or Belgian styles) are heavily represented here (Rodenbach; Liefman’s; Unibroue). In line with the Belgian dominance, they have proper glassware for most beers. A flight of house brews is available. The area behind the bar is lined with stainless tanks for brewing, lending a nice atmosphere.
Revisited in Jan 2017. Own taps = 5; guest taps = 8. Much larger selection of beers in cans in bottles. The limited, by some standards, tap selection is not a problem because their own beers arre reliably in the very good to excellent range and the guest taps are diverse, well-chosen, and often include some rarities, like the Rodenbach I had on this visit.
This is a nice space but small. Expect a wait even for tables at peak times. The beer is all solid. Some stand outs but a few on the bland side. The food is all solid or better.
GTAEgeek (290) Colorado Springs, Colorado | December 2, 2013| Updated December 10, 2013
Nice little bar on Main Street in Alpharetta. The bar is very liquor-centric, but this is offset by the fermenter tanks sitting right behind the bar. The server was friendly and prompt, but there was literally no one else in the place, so there wasn’t a lot of pressure. The prices are normal for a brewpub: $5 for a pint of the house beers, $3.50 for a half pint, and $6 for a flight of 4. The barrel aged beers were a little more. The prices for the guest taps and bottles seemed reasonable. The burgers are very good, and the sweet potato fries are outstanding! This is a nice little brewpub, with a good mix of house beers and quality craft and imports. I’ll probably be back.