I think location may have changed from listing here. Big place on corner in heart of town. Beer garden out front packed. Eater serves food and it’s decent pricey though. Quite a bit of their beer available and can get flight for a reasonable $9. Beers I had were ok but fun spot.
was there before the lunch crowd, and before food service started, but really enjoyed a flight of better-than-expected seasonals. Highest brewery in the lower 48. I like the vibe, and the indoor and outdoor seating. A little high on flight prices for smaller than usual pours, but otherwise a great place I’d like to visit more often.
Although this is not a classical brewpub, but a tasting room by the brewery, it’s still very good place to go. Tasting room itself looks & feels like small bar - it’s a pity they don’t serve food. Beer is good: 7 regulars + 4 seasonals.
Ser egentlig fint ud og starter rigtig godt på parkeringspladsen, men derfra går det nedaf. Ikke særlig god betjening og meget forvirret personale. Som om de blev overrasket over der rent faktisk kom folk for at smage deres øl.
Tasting room is in a small industrial area, but still a short walk from some restaurants and shops in town. Not aplace you’d hang around all evening, but good to have so e tasters, buy some of their beer and move on. I was pleasantly surprised with their double pale ale and their porter.
Visited the brewery because my brother recently moved here. We went here for a tasting and they had a great selection. Yes it’s just a tasting room, but it was fun, the staff was friendly and they had lots of beer and root beer on tap. They really do make world class beers!! Also visited for the Mammoth Bluesapalooza which was really fun, great venue and music! the tasting day was amazing, they brought in tons of breweries for tasting it was really fun!
Ober (58) Bommelerwaard, Netherlands | July 3, 2012
The tasting room was in a factory shed. It was nice equipped. It was not possible to sit. The staff was freindly and knew a lot. Also a shop for the beers and other things from the brewery. The beers where served in samples.
Typical industrial park tasting room, but they don’t brew in the building. The people there were really nice and friendly. The regular lineup was free to try, which is not typical. A fairly large variety of mammoth beers. None of the beers where life changing, but the price was right and the people were good.
What’s not to like. A brewery in an industrial park is supposed to be like this. Ambiance is relative. The place looked like a brewery. What were you expecting? The guys serving the beer were great. They took the time to talk although it was not crowded when I stopped in. There was the usual t-shirts and such. They had 10 beers to sample, something for everyone. This is a must when in town
DeadGirl (76) San Diego, California | April 21, 2010| Updated April 26, 2010
Visited the restaurant/brewpub/discotheque one Saturday night after riding down the mountain for a short weekend trip. 8:55pm, ordered a Mammoth IPA 365. Five minutes later, somebody turns off all the lights, turns on all the neon lights, and naked girls start jumping on the speakers as DJ Hypnotiq goes wild with disco music. Brewing? Craft beer? Doesn’t have much to do with the club scene. It’s really confusing. However, on a more recent trip, we visited the MBC tasting room- which was a nice, somewhat cozy place to grab a few souvenirs and taste a couple of their brews for a few minutes. I’ll definitely be returning to the tasting room whenever I have a chance to go back.