Stopped here on the way back from a business trip. Gorgeous setting--my god, what amazing scenery here and on the way past Anderson Valley on 128. Awesome. Kind of a compound for NCBC: they have a restaurant and gift shop on the east side of the road, and a brewery and gift shop on the west side. Nice people in both places. Didn’t eat, but loaded up on schwag and some beer by the case. Wish I could have camped and hiked in the area for a week, and hung out and drank well.
Visted on 09Jul2007 during lunch. Great beer. Fantastic food. The staff was good with our kids. Was a nice break from the trip down HWY 1. I get some of their beers in Texas so was glad to get to try others and took a good number with me in bottles. Get some of their fudge made with the stout.
Nice building right across from the brewery. Bar and dinning area separated. We sat and ate in the bar area. Crowded and full of locals. Good brews for sure. Food was OK, but not special, particularly for those prices. Definitely worth a visit if you are driving up the coast. Not far from Mendocino which is a good town to see.
Separated restauarant and bar, right across the street from the brewery. Lively bar atmosphere. Food was pretty good, well put together, service wasn’t great but it was a Monday lunch and they were packed. They didn’t have any specials other than a Cask Red Seal.
Used to be the town funeral home, now a great lunch/dinner spot. Good food, try the clam chowder, you can stand a spoon in it. My personal fav beer is the cask conditioned Red Seal Ale, this is the only place you can get it! No mater what beer you line up, you can’t go wrong. Prices seemed fair compared to most of the pubs I’ve tried.
erway (41) Albuquerque, New Mexico | June 20, 2005
Whaling ship atmosphere. Great pub food if not a bit pricey. Great beer but,... Everything is on Nitro! God I hate Nitro! One plus is the vintaged old stock ale which they had back to 2000 when I was there.
3fourths (1571) Boulder, Colorado | December 14, 2004| Updated November 20, 2012
What a great visit. Pulled into town at sunset and quickly found the brewery... you can’t miss it. Across the street from the brewery in the restaurant/pub, which has both a bar/pub side and a dining side. The bar is nice, lots of marine atmosphere, and a decent sized bar complete with a beer engine, Red Seal on cask when I was there. Food is very pricey, but delicious, though probably not good enough for the price... fish and chips for me and a spinach mexican dish for the girlfriend. I bought a case of beer and an awesome Rasputin gold-rimmed glass... and left a very drunk and very happy man, having the DD girlfriend drive my drunk ass back to the campsite. It was an amazing full-moon that night, so I poured an Old Rasputin into my new Old Rasputin glass and drank to the moon and the ocean... one of the most pleasent moments on my summer trip of 2003.