I quite like this place. Quiet little place nestled downtown in a Louisville suburb. When I went, they had 4 seasonals on tap and 6-8 standard brews. Generally pretty good beer all around with a few really creative ones. Service itself was passable, but not great. Location was awesome. I wish I werenít moving away, or Iíd come here more often.
Ambiance is clean, modern space mixed with some more traditional elements; a well done space. The dining room sits around fifty people, so it is pretty small, but there is an enclosed patio as well. Service was acceptable in time and knowledgeable of selection. Selection consisted of their beer, but NABC brews a nice variety of styles, and often does so well, so this is a positive. The food was very tasty and the menu diverse. The food is a little high, but so is the quality; you can get beer samplers for a dollar a piece, and a flight for five bucks with three-four ounce pours. Overall, a nice first trip, and a great space with no glaring holes.
smoosh (37) New Albany, Indiana | December 27, 2011| Updated January 10, 2012
My fiance and I consider this to be probably our favorite restaurant! The food is just amazing!!! It is not cheap, but you can count on specials like seared diver scallops and their great duck wings and one of the best burgers Iíve ever had along with their pom frittes - get them with the pesto dipping sauce! The beer list is house beers only and I know their list well, so Iím always more than happy. Note that this is NOT the former Rich Oís and some of the reviews here do not belong here, but on the Public Houseís site. The picture is also of the Public House and not the Brewhouse as of 1/10/2012.
queenholly (42) South Whitley, Indiana | October 7, 2011| Updated July 9, 2012
I didnít have food on my visit, and was just trying a couple of beers. The menu did look fantastic, and I would like to try it on another visit. Our waiter was attentive, and chatted with us a little about the beer.
I was able to make it on a day when this place was open. While it wasnít that busy I got a good sense of what it could be like. The heated patio could be popular on a cold day.Taps included six offerings covering a wide range of styles. You wonít find anything else here like at the other location but the ambience is better.
One thing to be aware of is the lack of food. We must have come between lunch and dinner because other than limited food (like a cheese tray) there were not many options. Ultimately I would probably end up going to the main location but that is because I only visit once or twice a year. If this was a local spot Iíd come for happy hour more often.
Great selection of beers. All quality drinks. Staff friendly and ready to serve. Nice wide open place. Wish I lived closer so that I could come by more often. Brewer came out and mingled as well nice touch.
FWIW: The picture currently listed is of the Grant Line location (NABC Pizzeria and Public House). The ambiance is great. Regular events and musical acts spice things up. The food is *phenomenal*. Chef Josh Lehman is very, very talented. The menu, while small, changes regularly. There are generally 8-10 taps available at a time, with a cask on pull more often than not. All served brews are NABC. The food value is good, but it certainly can be expensive. What I have found in my several trips there is you do get your moneyís worth. The value on the beer side is generally very good. With certain specials, it can be excellent. A truly unique place in Southern Indiana.