Came in on a Tuesday night while traveling on business. Seemed like a large place, clean. Service was okay. Beers were mediocre. Food was slightly better. Nothing too special but good for a few ticks and dinner.
Pleasant brewpub near the harbor - large patio in the back. Nice selection of beers - I was pleased with the quality especially the German styles. Was there at lunch so no problems with seating or service. Nice stop.
mmmbeer (62) Austin, Texas | May 25, 2012| Updated May 28, 2012
I was going to stop by last time I was here 4 years ago, but didn’t. Might as well make it my 50th rating! Nice little joint with sitting inside and out. We were going to do the outside thing and watch the storm roll in, but the old lady was overcome by heat, so inside we went. 12ish taps to take the pain away, and you can order flights to your choosing. Server was nice, and cussed like I do (didn’t even notice), food was a rockstar. 2nd best bite I had to eat (sorry, you still don’t beat mamma’s lasagna) while in state. Overall, drop by even if you are not in the neighborhood, you’ll have a great time. Just look out for THE LAW, they set up shop just outside across the street waiting for people that had too much to drink. Plan ahead.
Came into town expecting a little more for my time and money. We stopped by on New Years Eve to watch the ball drop (Great time at this event) and treat ourseleves to some craft beer. Beer was very good but the service wasn’t there, had to switch plates, not cooked right on and on.
Visited for lunch on a weekday in the summer. Feels like a little mom and pop restaurant in a shore town that happens to brew beer, but they had plenty of taps (maybe 8?), with some surprisingly good selections, some average. Nice, quiet outdoor seating overlooking (from a distance) the harbor, very private, practically feels like you could be at home out there. A place that doesn’t necessarily excite you but still leaves you very happy.
This is a small brewpub/restaurant in the touristy town of Ludington, MI (all the other patrons appeared to be out-of-towners as well). We sat outside on the patio that somewhat overlooked the harbor (it wasn’t ON the harbor but close enough to see it). The bar looked very nice too. The beer here was ok - there were maybe 6 taps and most of them were your basic styles. The food was decent (I got a cherry pecan salad) but there is an extensive menu. Overall, it was a nice place to chill with a pint and some food.
We sat outdoor and enjoyed the warm weather. The service was prompt and friendly. The food was good, my sister enjoyed huge chef salad, the wraps were good according to the family and my pasta and chicken was good. The beer was not too shabby and priced well. Will continue to stop in when in the area.
Hudspart (27) Byron Center, Michigan | September 23, 2007| Updated August 2, 2011
Really good food and friendly service. Nice ambiance. Beer was very good, but not great. I highly recommend stopping by if you are in the area.
gws57 (92) Saint Charles, Illinois | August 27, 2007| Updated May 2, 2008
Stopped by for dinner, and sat on the back porch area. A large vacant lot behind the place allows one to watch the car ferry as it comes in, and what a treat that was! I had two samplers, five 5oz. samples for $6, very reasonable, especially since the beers were generally very good. Food was outstanding, especially the blackened chicken sandwich. I had the fish and chips, and was overwhelmed with the portions. Fries, as typical in a place like this, were beer battered and excellent. Service was prompt and attentive. A couple of the advertised beers were out. This would be a very regular hangout, if only we lived closer than six hours. Maybe we should take the car ferry??