This place was has really upped its game since Salmon River Brewing moved in up the street. The food here has gotten pretty good and they have also upgraded the beers. Service has improved. As a result the place has gotten much more popular.
Always a good place to stop in for a beer. They always have the normal line up along with a couple new brews from time to time.I think this was one of the first times I have been in and it was not just packed. It made it much easier to get our beers.
Right on the main drag in beautiful McCall, this is a cozy little log cabin brewpub. The small Newhouse is right next to the small bar area and the brewer was hard at work. We didnít try any food here. The two beers we had were kinda homebrewish, and clearly unfiltered, pun intended. The crowd seemed local/regular, and the staff was a bit aloof. Happy hour prices were nice ... $2 pints! Brewery #583.
There is a great feel about the restaraunt/ brewery. I enjoyed itsampling different brews. They have great food with large portions. You will leave happy with leftovers and while you are at it grab a growler.
Great mountain town pub feel. Freindly folk with some fun thrown in. Not the brewpub for the hopheads, beers def. leaned to the maltier side of things. Brewery is right behind the bar so you can watch the works going on. Fun place, nice variety.
A nice place in the sprawling metropolis of McCall. Had 7 beers on tap. They all had a sort of odd earthy flavor, but otherwise pretty decent. Good service. Reasonable pub grub. Lots of good tvs though to watch the game.
We drove through McCall on a marathon road trip (437 mile loop) to Hells Canyon from Boise. Didnít know this place existed until we drove by at dinner time looking for a place to eat. Serendipity. Nice decor, friendly service. Beers were tasty, though I didnít try a lot since I was driving and had two hours left in the trip - including that windy road down Payette Creek gorge. Anyway, everyone but me got the roast beer sandwich, and it was really nice. I decided on fish and chips and it was terrible. Just sopped in grease and the fish was subpar. Complained but no restitution was offered. Other than that, it was fine.
Right on the main drag in McCall, but it sits at a 90* angle and can be easy to miss if youíre headed north. Rustic interior in itís true form. Very old school and doesnít have the overdone attempt to make it rustic. The server was friendly and knew enough about the brews; he even stopped to chat after I finished the sampler to ask about my favorite. Food was good, but a bit pricey. A $10 burger is typical in a resort town. Overall it was a fun place to stop and Iíll make it a point to stop in next time Iím headed through town.
Made the trip 2 hours specifically to take my family here and get in several Local ratings. While the rustic but clean log-cabin typ decor was very nice and also comfortable. The "Help Wanted" sign out front should have warned me. We were seated right away, but after 22 min I had to go back up front and the same guy asked me "table for one?" When I explained no, we were still six and we havent had out order taken yet, he looked at me like he dodnít know what my problem was. The food was good, but spendy for the portion size/ Thi sI expected however. The beers were al good I though, though their "lighter" lineup were all very similar. I wasnít sure even if the server told me the wrong ones were which in the sampler. Made for a bit of a challenge. All were tasty, especially possibly the best Porter I have ever had. Unless that was the Brown Ale.
This place exceeded my expectations. It has a classic mountain feel with a largely pine interior with decos that fit mountain recreational sports. The brewing area is basically right next to the bar and has large windows so you can see what is going on in there. They had 8 beers on tap and were brewing a seasonal when I was there. The food was quite impressive. I reccomend the KOíd Burger! The beer is pretty good as well. Nothing bad, even their Mountain Light was better than most light beers. The sampler tray comes out on a mini surf board and is $8 for 8 four oz. samplers. It id definitely worth taking a detour off your trip to go here if you are in south western or central western Idaho.