Right in the middle of the happening Westport neighborhood along with Beer Kitchen and Foundry. This place probably has the worst atmosphere of the three- old school English/Irish pub feel with some Applebee’s decor. Service was friendly and let me do tasters of their house beers even though they don’t do flights (?). The tasters were served in shot glasses, which was bizarre. Food looked okay. Funny thing is that you can walk from here and stay inside the entire time and end up in Foundry with a better atmosphere, better food, and better tap list. Only thing this place has over Foundry is that there are more McCoy’s house beers on tap, but these were of below average quality and will not be missed. Server charged me essentially nothing for the "tasting flight" in shot glasses.
Only complaint is parking but on weekend there isn’t parking in Westport. Growlers are extremely reasonable a 1 liter is $10 for a swing top and a fill $7 for return visits. My buddy loves their brown, but I get their ipa every time.
Visited here often during my time in Kansas. The beer has gotten much better in the time I lived there, particularly seasonal offerings. Place looks like your average brewpub, a bit corporate but nice size with cool niches and wood. Best part is you can walk between here and the Foundry. Food is typical brewpub, maybe 1-2 more than I want it to be. Beer, sometimes you hit a motherload with lots of seasonals, sometimes not too many. but add the fact that Foundry is right there and its all worth it. Service has always been average. I would try to go in for seasonal mostly. I probably like it more than the average visitor but I would recommend for someone out of town to do this duo (here and Foundry). Be careful, Westport is a bit of a party pit.
Defintely dug this spot. The house brews were great, and they were running a deal on pitchers when we were hanging out on a Monday afternoon. The beer garden out front is great! They have a really good IPA. Did not eat but the food menu looked like slightly above average pub fare. I would definitely come back here, and to the Westport neighborhood as there is enough to keep Beer Dorks entertained.
Really cool brewpub. I wan’t there too long but I tried a lot of their beers at Foundry the night before. The IPA is great. The deck out front was a nice place to hang out on a Sunday afternoon. Come to this neighborhood if you’re a beer dork. There’s a bunch of things.
Seems like a typical brewpub. Eight or so house beers and a couple of guest taps. Food was standard, no complaints. Excellent service. Try next door and across the street also. Same owners, different styles.
How have I been to Kc and have not rated this place everything about this place screams keep coming back the selection was awesome service was second to none and the food was superb I recommend this plae to anybody visiting KC
Stopped in for lunch on a Saturday afternoon before a Boulevard tour. The service, the food and the selection of beers was very good. We sampled all the beers on tap, our waitress brought a few extra samples, cheers to her. The food was very good, great selection of items. Location is in a busy section of town with lots of good establishments in the area. Would definitely return and also if more time visit a few of the other places nearby.
Large place with a central bar and the brewing equipment off to one side. Beers were OK, with one very good one. Food was a bit odd - cold pickled vegetables on fried fish was the "fresh fish and vegetables" special - and portions were small.
A great small brewpub in the Westport area that has some several different styles on tap, two guest taps, and some decent pub food too. The service was great as our waiter checked on us frequently and knew a fair amount about the beer selection and went to ask the brewer when we had more specific questions.