Hit this spot with the RB crew. Something of an old-school US brewpub. Pretty good beers overall. Fairly efficient service. Nice range of beers on offer, available in taster pours and at good prices. Not a must-visit, but worth scooping if you are nearby.
Stopped here on the way up to Sonoma. In sort of a shopping center not far off of 101. If you’re coming here on a weekend, be aware that parking can be tough.
Pretty large location between the bar, dining area, and patio seating. So, you shouldn’t have a problem getting a place to sit.
A lot of the beers here are sort of you average brewpub beers from a decade ago, but they do some newer styles, collaborations, and semi-interesting things, so you should be able to find something good. And you can do samplers, so that’s always appreciated.
Fine enough place, though certainly a bit on the dated side compared to other places in the Bay Area.
Dropped by on a Friday lunchtime. Nice clean brewpub in a sort of mini mall just on the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge. Decent brewpub food menu, lots of pub classics. Beers are average brewpub offerings, couple of decent hoppy beers, samples of everything. Prices are reasonable and service is efficient if not particularly knowledgeable.
Large, comfortable brewpub that felt as if it hadn’t seen much of a face lift since the 1990s. My party sat at the bar and received pretty prompt, kind service. There were roughly 12 beers on tap in addition to a couple of bottles. Marin’s beers were generally solid with a couple of stinkers (the squid ink gose is still giving me nightmares). Prices were decent and taster pours were available. This isn’t a destination brewpub, but it’s easily accessible from 101 and worth a stop.
Big, old school brewpub with solid beers. A few misses as well though. Big selection of guest beers on draft available in samplers/flight. Bit crowded when we were there on a Friday night (which is to be expected). Prices were fair, service quick and attentive. Don’t really care for the interior in this kind of places, but nothing else is to be expected.
A cool brewpub with a nice atmosphere on the way up from San Francisco to Santa Rosa. The draft list was good (there were 11 beers on tap), as was the service. I didn’t eat, but food was available. Worth a stop on a trip, but not a destination in and of itself.
Cycled here from San Fransisco - nice cycle ride which is mostly off road or on quiet roads. The brewery has a large seating area, both inside and outside. 9 own beers on tap, all of which can be served as 4oz samples. They also have some bottles to drink in or take away. Food service was quick and we had decent tasty burgers.