Spent a couple of hours here after a meeting, at the bar and then at a table on the second floor. Tried only the IPA (The Juice Is Loose) and a friend's pale ale. The IPA was dank, fairly hoppy, and decent. Service on the upper floor was very attentive, even as the place filled up around 6-7. I found the food choices to be fairly wide for a brewpub and very reasonably priced. The pulled pork sandwich with fries and aioli was a very reasonable value for $9, and my friends' selections looked good as well. I hope they broaden their range of brewing styles in the near future, but a very decent spot overall.
Very nice old school bar with lots of wood, big brass bar and multiple seating areas. Service was good, but not terribly beer focused. A build your own flight available. Menu looked decent but I didn’t eat. Beer is pretty average with the one offs being pretty good. If in the area a nice stop.
conway (110) , | January 23, 2015| Updated February 28, 2015
Standard sports bar vibe with a few older touches. Beer ranges from mediocre to pretty good, with about 8 taps of their house brewed beer available. Bartenders were extremely friendly and service was attentive. Food is good and cheap. Priced are very solid. Worth a stop if you’re in the neighborhood.
Ed5388 (87) Forked River, New Jersey | January 12, 2015
I really liked this place! Nice sports bar type atmosphere. 9 beers on tap, most were above average. Food was phenomenal! Got the rancher pizza! Yumm! Waitress and patrons were very friendly. I will definitely be a repeat customer.
Really nice brewpub in the middle of town. Very easy to find, parking very close. Service was great. The beer selection was also pretty good, with a couple rye-inspired offerings, a double IPA, porter, pale ale and a few others. The food was pretty average, though. My wife had a roast beef sandwich and I had a cheesesteak pizza. The beer quality was pretty good. Harvest Moon is definitely worth a stop if you’re in the area.
Been here several times but never rated the place...so I took a special trip this past Saturday night. Place has a nice vibe and great decor...college town bars always get a different rating then elsewhere...but I think you can say this place would hold up anywhere. The food is good (don’t miss the French onion soup)...but at the end of the day...we’re here for the beer! Of course they make many styles...but I had to judge from the day I visited...unfortunately they had some lines freeze during the recent cold spell limiting them to only 3 beers. nonetheless...those 3 were very good to great. The Nut Brown Ale (not my style) was very enjoyable..the New Zealand Triple was extremely good...and the Full Moon Pale Ale was also very good. Based on the 2nd two beers alone I’d say a visit here was worth the trip...but of course normally you’ll get to try 5-8 beers...not just 3.
A decent pub in New Brunswick NJ near Rutgers University. They had around 8 or so taps. I tried an abbey single, irish stout, pale ale, and IPA which were all middle-of-the-road. Had a soup and salad which was ok. Overall decent beers, not a beer destination, but ok if you’re in the area.
This place is in an old and characterful building, with brewing equipment visible at the entrance. Lots of wood all around, and a beutiful copper top bar. Service is slow but friendly. Beers were so so. Parking is challenging, so try the garage around the corner, just follow the signs.