Visited later on a Tuesday evening. Located in the cool older part of Plymouth, street parking in front and throughout the neighborhood. Smaller room, with maybe 8 bar seats, a few tables in the main room and a small patio out back. Bar has a nice feel to it, well worn with character. 11 house beers on in a variety of styles. Good service, was friendly about getting me a pint right before last call. Appeared to have popcorn and a variety of seasonings. Additional seating upstairs. I enjoyed my quick visit.
76 = ★★★ (Worth the visit, must for locals, and visitors with time)
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A nice little brewpub with a nice ambiance and crowd. Gets a bit crowded on weekend. A good selection of beer with a cider or two at times. Samplers available. Service can be a bit slow when busy. Minimal food but they allow you to order in.
Small brewpub with an upstairs that I did not venture into. Sat at the bar and had 5 sample and a pint of C-Monster. Beers I had were pretty average overall. Pizza was nothing was nothing special and service was decent. Real nice building and cool little pub. Located in cool little downtown area. Has potential but an average brewpub at this point. Still worth a stop though.
Good overall place, beer was pretty good (20oz std), friendly staff.
flatmatt (81) Northville, Michigan | May 27, 2009| Updated July 24, 2016
Stopped in today. Very nice interior with exposed brick and lots of woodwork. We sat at a table in the bar area downstairs; there’s also seating upstairs, though we didn’t take a look up there. I believe trivia night was going on up there. The downstairs was uncrowded when we arrived, though a couple other tables were taken while we were there. The food menu was better than I was expecting from the website, with some pretty nice pizza rolls as our choices. I tried the Foreign Stout and the American IPA. The stout was really good, and the IPA was interesting, though a little more along the lines of a nice APA. I was also pleasantly surprised to see that the ciders that were available were from our local Northville Winery. We talked with the brewer for a while and got a couple of interesting stories about the place out of him. I’m pretty happy to have a place like this within ten minutes of my house.
Pretty nice place. Decent beer (even though everything I was hoping to try wasn’t on tap when I visited). Friendly staff, I was given the "It’s pretty bitter!" answer when I ordered the IPA---so what? Who cares that I’m a girl! I probably won’t visit again because of the weird location, but I’ll still try their beers when I see them around MI, even if they are bitter.