Stopped in this brewerie on my first visit to Savannah and had a decent experience. The bar offered about 7 on-premise brewed beers. Sat next to the glass windows exposing the tanks and brewing area which was exciting. The beer was good as well as the food. I would like to go back and try another beer, stay tuned.
Stopped by for a beer while in town. The tripel was tasty and the beer menu made me wish I had more time to visit. I might have stayed for at least one more but the music was awful and there wasn’t anything else in the place to hold my attention. The bartender was very nice and was very attentive.
Ugh. What a waste of time! Greeter at the door said 45 minutes, too long when it didn’t look busy but OK. Got a beer (which took forever) at the bar. Waited. Waited some more. Was told we were next several times. After about 55 minutes I finally cornered the manager and was told that they had a banquet downstairs that they couldn’t handle, and they could seat us, but it would be at least another 45 minutes to get food. Terrible, terrible service. At least the beer was decent.
I was focused on spending most of time here on this trip and I did indeed go multiple times on my vacation. However, it didn’t have the homeliest or most enthusistic atmosphere. Regardless, it is quite enjoyable and one of the more enjoyable stops on my trip. The swamp fox was memorable and menu looks quite good. I will eat dinner here on Friday, but as for now I’ve only consumed the beer. The layout is spacious and clean while the waiters provide efficient, friendly serivice. I have complaints about the location and did enjoy the beer well enough. I’d say it’s a must stop for a beer enthsiast visiting Savannah.
I visited many times and I love the creapy ambience of the haunted building while contemplating it over a beer. The beers they make are not bad, a couple are pretty tasty, but nothing special. Their guest beers (hercules DIPA) are great. I also had great service as the bartender was pouring beers, playing hostess and selling shirts. Always a favorite when I am in town.
Visited a couple times on St. Patrick’s Day! Nice wood decor and good location across the street from River St. They opened up early for a special breakfast. The food was very good and I started my morning with an Irish coffee and "The Bomb Dry Stout" to go. Service was good and prompt even after the parade when it got busy. It was good to see a large crowd drinking Micros that day.
This brewpub in downtown Savannah is tastefully decorated with lots of dark wood, different rooms on different floors which manage to feel united, and nice artwork on the walls. Service was excellent; friendly, fast, and helpful, all with a genuine smile. I guess that’s what they call Southern hospitality! Beers I had that day were all very competently brewed, quite flavorful, textbook examples of their respective styles. I sincerely think they deserve more props for the quality of their beers. The food is also excellent, way over average for an American brewpub in my experience. Excellent home-made fries, utterly delicious Chicken and Sausage Creole with Romano cheese. Everyone else in my party was delighted with their food selection. I would definitely recommend a stopover at Moon River when anywhere in the vicinity of Savannah.