Located in downtown Asheville. Spacious inside; seems like they are going for a retro theme but that could have just been the Michael Jackson "Beat It" that was playing when I got there. As the case with all my stops in Asheville, this place was fairly busy. I just stopped by for a beer so didn’t try the food. It looked pretty good; typical pub fare. No TVs. They have a very cool large patio area outside shielded from the sun. A handful of house brews on tap, that’s it. I tried the Belgian Wit, which was quite good. One of the better brews I tried while visiting Asheville. $3.75 pints, nice. The limited beer menu will prevent this one from being one of the best stops in town but they are in a great location and certainly contribute to the impressive beer scene in Asheville.
Stopped by here before and after dinner down the street. Had a flight and a couple half pours. Flight was preselected and did not include all their beers. About ten total on their menu. Large beautiful bar in the center with a friendly and quick bartendress. There was a good menu but we did not partake. Beers were good to above average for the most part.
Good food, good beer, good service. If this were anywhere else but in the heart of Beer City USA it would be appreciated so much more. As is, it’s a great compromise destination for a beer ticker if you have to go with friends or coworkers who think it’s the bomb
Stopped in for a flight during a pub crawl, May 2015. Polite, friendly bar staff. Seemingly knowledgeable. Didn’t eat but tried several samples. Decent beers but nothing extraordinary. Nice decor with open patio for warmer weather.
Visited on a Monday early afternoon. The place had just opened, so we were two of only a handful of people. The bar is really cool. It’s like a curvy swirly gig shape. The tap list is just behind the bar in a couple places. They had a nice variety of beer styles available, and for the most part they were quality beers. The bartender was attentive and knowledgeable of their beers. This place is pretty cool. I would recommend visiting.
We came here on a pretty full evening, after dinner time. Fairly crowded as one would expect at that time of night. Great location for the downtown restaurants and hotels. I thought the beers were only okay. Definitely not my favorite in Asheville. Still, this place is worth a stop in if for nothing else the location. Nice looking place as well on the inside. Seemed like a quality spot for groups, though we were only 2.
Art (131) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania | August 28, 2014
Quick stop for a flight while waiting for Eva to finish yoga. Cool place for a bunch of college kids to drink different beers but the quality was lacking. When I asked if they served "tasters" the bar tender looked at me and said "flights?" With some attitude. Besides that one guy the service was friendly. Worth a quick stop if you have the time.
Stopped in right after they opened for the day. Just wanted to try a sampler and have a quick snack. Our bartender was helpful, gave a few tastes just to see what we wanted to try. Cool place with indoor/outdoor seating. Well worth the stop.
Visited 20/09/2012. Friendly open bar with a welcoming open feel to it. Tragically, their food was far more memorable and of "slow food" quality than most of their hastily-concocted and sometimes forced (Razberry porter) brewpub brews, with no signature home tap standing out. Had an excellent roast beef sandwich with tasty sides. Still a fun afternoon visit with flights & bites with friendly personel preparing for the evening’s onstorm. As with many US brewpubs, this could be a great stop if their beers were given more time to mature and develop to grow a more confident taste profile within the style, instead of a young brewer churning out more and more zany crossover recipes to fill the blackboards.
Dark art studio with a 90s pizza bar vibe. Ate food, food was decent. Beer was shit. No joke, cayenne pepper and coconut in a mild ale. Got a glass of bathtub brew California Common as well. Coffee was decent.