jbruner (288) Marietta, Georgia | January 20, 2013| Updated August 21, 2013
I arrived for the Underdark Imperial Stout release day, expecting a line or craziness, but was pleasantly surprised when I encountered neither. The release was in their brewery, which has it’s own bar and tasting area; very industrial feel with a good amount of seating. There is another tasting room/bar around the front of the building with a more pub feel. Service was very good, all very knowledgeable about their beer and the visiting taps, if not a little laid back and slow to get to you at times. Selection was good, all of their house brews in the front tasting room, with their special brews and visiting beers on in the brewery tasting room. No food, but there was a great food truck there that day. Value is average, what you would expect to pay for their beers, but the visiting ones were a bit pricier. Great brewery and great place to grab some beer in Jacksonville.
Visited before dinner on a Thursday. Located near downtown, right next to the Maxwell House factory and near the Jaguars stadium. Parking is on the street or in a marked lot across the street under the freeway. Big tasting room with two levels and a bunch of outdoor seating. The second level, is open air with a huge deck that has great views. Beer selection is 12 house beers and 7 guests. Full drafts or a 4 beer you choose your own flight. Note - only house beers are available on the second level. Food menu is fun bar snacks and small plate menu. You pick up your own food at the window on the first level. Efficient service. I liked the layout of this place.
76 = ★★★ (Worth the visit, must for locals, and visitors with time)
I only use the total score, not the component parts.
Impressive new location. The rooftop bar overlooks the St Johns River and you can see three streets away the Jag stadium and the Jumbo Shrimp stadium. Nice list of beers to try. Bathrooms on both floors. There is a distillery in the same building. Great location for this growing brewery.
Modern interior, 20 beers on top when I visited, no flights were offered because it was a game night (damn football), rudimentary food menu, burger was tasty if pricey for JAX, all beers tried were competent if unexceptional <sports fans make crappy craft beer drinkers - ’can I have run and coke and gin and tonic? Sorry, beer and wine only. Give me white wine and a beer’
2-22-2013 RBWG. Warehouse type building with a lot of seating at the bar which is inside the brewery itself. They have fifteen (15) beers on tap, 5oz. samples. They also are canning their beers. A good beer selection and a must stop when in the area.
UDBeernut (348) Saint Johns, Florida | September 6, 2014| Updated September 7, 2014
Pretty chill tap room , somewhat smal but had like 20 beers and I added 90% of what I had to database. Friendly staff. I will be back.
cratez (256) Toronto, Ontario | July 9, 2014| Updated July 14, 2014
When I visited: Late March 2014.
What I had: Flight of Intuition Ale Works People’s Pale Ale, Silvertown Ale, Double Elimination IPA, Session Saison, House Boat Kolsch, and Salon Saison.
What I liked: Fun party vibe, had no trouble finding seats at the bar even though there was an event going on, affable service, most of the beers were above average quality, awesome merch display, enjoyed a nice chat with a couple from Indiana, good prices as pints range from $4.50 to $5.50.
What I disliked: Several taps were empty, draught list is hard to see from the bar, while the beers are stellar they fall short of greatness.
Would I go back? For sure. Intuition is a solid brewpub that excels in hoppy and dry beers. Definitely worth a crawl if you’re in the Riverside area.
Overall Rating: 78
The entrance is hard to find. The clients seem like friends, not customers. This is a best friendsnbasement in high school. If you had cool friends. The bartender was friendly and helpful. The beer ranged from ok to pretty good. Wish they had a couple guest tapsnanx munchies.