Travlr (2810) Charlotte , North Carolina | June 19, 2015| Updated June 22, 2015
There was definitely more testosterone flowing here than the rest of the places we visited. Geared mostly toward youngsters and students who just want cheap beer. And it was very cheap. Young staff were welcoming and friendly. Beers were unremarkable and some were awful. There was a rye pale ale that was OK and an oatmeal stout that wasnít bad.
This is a noisy and unpleasant college dive. The beers are mostly fruity wheat beer variants that are cloying and nasty. If you are desperate to tick some Wyoming "beers", come on in. Otherwise, avoid it like the plague.
nice spot across the street from the college, but thatís where the praise ends. Beers all tasted similar enough I would hardly be able to pick a style if I was not told. one of the most boring brewers Iíve had. food was also uninspired.
** New location, I updated the address **
Nice bar area with views of the brewery. Lots of TVís throughout the bar and restaurant. Good service and food. 5 house beers, all of them were good. Guest taps and bottle also available. A few blocks from Altitude.
Big change (improvement) from our previous visit over 4 years ago.
Last time, I could hardly finish a full pint of any of their own beers. This visit I didnt find a bad beer in the 8 offerings. My favorite today was the Rye PA, with the stout a close 2nd.
Nice turnaround! The staff is coming along too.
Stopped in on a Sunday because Altitude was closed. This place is a hole in the wall but not dive bar chic. Pretty good pizza but the burgers look pretty nasty. Terrible service. Itís clear that the bar tenders have never been trained. They didnít even know what beers and spirits they were serving! The house beers are below average and theyíre idea of a "red ale" is Blue Moon with bloody Mary mix! Overall this is one of the least professional brewpubs I have ever visited.
Stopped in on a cross country trip to California. Had planned on stopping in Laramie for lunch and had done research to determine where to stop. The Library had the best ratings that I could find. Oh how wrong I was. We were an apparent annoyance to the staff. Thought we were going to see a homicide between an employee and the pin ball company representative. The beer was less than average and the food was unimpressive. This was a truly a sad experience. The Altitude Chophouse is the the clear choice.