As comfortable as an old pair of shoes. Everybody has said everything else.
tish (12) In transition at the moment, Indiana | January 26, 2007
Home away from home. The selection on the chalkboard will leave you standing up scratching your head, not knowing where to start! Then take a look at the Beer Menu and you’ll be overwhelmed. When you feel the need for food (Rich O’s and Sportstime share a kitchen) try the upside down refrigerator pizza or the stuffed mushrooms. They have breadsticks and beercheese to boot! Cheap. Set up the babysitter a month in advance, make driving arrangements, because a visit during Gravity Head is a must. Fossils meetings are held there as well.
One of my locals and I’m lucky to have it. Good food, especially the pizza and calzones. Very nice selection of import and other peoples craft beers plus their own wonderfully idiosyncratic beers. Check the website for periodic special selections like high gravity or hoppy festivals.
One of the world’s great beer bars and brewpubs. You should really show it on searches for Kentucky, though: It’s in Indiana, but it’s metro Louisville, 10 minutes from downtown, and we’re proud to have it.
This place felt like home. Tiny bar (literally four stools) sits among scattered tables and couches. Real friendly and eclectic crowd. Great tap selection with everything served in the right glass at the right temperature. They also have a huge bottle list at pretty reasonable prices. The pizza is outstanding as well.
Rich O’s is the place. They are super militant about good beer and get some ridiculously rare and delicious stuff on tap. Rotation and upkeep of said selection is stellar. The ambiance is perfect: warm and homey if you are a beer snob.There are enough anti-swill and Marxist displays to make a macro-drinker uncomfortable. I love "The Bud Drinker" painting near the couch.
an amazing place. killer bottle list, great atmosphere, nice tap list. the chili was fantastic(even with the beans in it). i ended up shooting the shit with an older gentleman and discussing travel, work and life. probably the best beer bar i’ve been to since i moved to kentucky