Rating 113. Stopped by this place because we saw it on the Travel Channelís íGhost Adventurers.í Apparently the place is haunted. Oh, they serve beer too. Did not know what to expect from the food or beer but whatever, thats what makes traveling pretty cool. Its an old building with the bar looking more old style. The place is clean and because of the haunted thing pretty cool. Our waitress said that she had only been working there for a couple months but knew the beer and said that she personally has not experienced íghostsí but others have. The food was very good. My wife had a hotdog wrapped in bacon and I had the crabcake sandwich. Excellent, both were. The beer stands up and had some good seasonal action just tapped when we were there. Worth a trip if you are in the area.
We visited numerous times on our holiday o Savannah. Moon River is nowadays split into two. The main part is a large traditional building which houses the brewpub and restaurant. This part serves only Moon River beers (7 of them on my visit) and pretty tasty food. I believe house beers have improved significantly with the new brewer. The focus is on session beers appropriate for the Georgia climate. The second half is the brand new patio bar area, which is much more modern in appearance. Here they have not only Moon River but a very solid selection of guest beers on tap. Stone, Southbound, Highland and plenty of New Belgium (6 on my visit!). Great all-round.
This is a very nice brewpub. Good selection of brews, and decent food. A fun place to go grab some dinner and beers with freinds in Savannah. If youíre not sure which beer you want to try get the sampler they bring out 4 or 5 oz. samples of each of their 12 beers. the Imperial Stout is one of my favorites I have ever had stateside. A place you must visit if you are in Savannah.
Been there on three separate occasions on visits to Savannah and all three times I have been impressed. Have at least six beers on tap - the Captainís Porter is excellent. The collection of beer memorabilia is something to behold as well. You canít beat the location - downtown - about a block away from the river. Food is typical pub fare - solid and filling. Give it a try!
The best brewpub in Savannah. Being the only brewpub in the city and its location on the touristy riverfront, I was a little worried about its quality, but it actually turned out to be a great place. It has a gorgeous outdoor patio and bar (the bar does have a roof) which is great in the warm weather. They had about 8 house taps (tasty beers including. 3 IPAs, a IIPA, dry stout, Belgian pale ale, and a couple others) and they also had 5-6 guest taps (nothing too exciting). The beers were better than I expected. I didnít have any food, nor did most patrons, so Iím not sure of its quality. Overall, not a spot to be missed- the beer is great and itís Savannahís only brewpub!
Nice atmosphere lots of old wood and brick, the tanks are right in view. Lots of seating, you can take your beers outside since you can drink on the streets of Savannah. There beer was really good, nice selection. Not too pricey, Iíd hang here all the time if it were my local brewpub.
Great brewpub, great staff, great location. Brewmaster tries hard to create a lineup of decent standards and beefed-up seasonals including some barrel-aged brews and cask ales. They are going beyond the call of duty, taking the beers more seriously than they need to considering the wealth of tourist dollars spent here. But in spite of that itís a localís place too and lots of regulars drink here. Bartenders drink at the bar when their shift is over and are very knowledgeable about the house beer and are humorously anti-macro. Oh! And the best is "Would you like that for here or to go?" You can get a beer in a plastic cup to go, itís so civilized in Savannah.