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BTW... This is one of my favourite places to go on Martha’s Vineyard.
Great place, I make sure to take anyone who visits me on the Cape who wants to head to the Vineyard for any reason to this place. Good beers, good pizza and food, and good homebrewed root beer. Their bottled offerings in the region just don’t do it for me, you should head there and grab a bowl of peanuts and a couple of drinks and a pizza and you’ll be set. Plus, it’s year-round, which is rare on the island.
Nice place in central Oak Bluffs. Had about six to eight of their beers available on tap plus a handful more in bottles. The beers I had were all good, though none were great; they included a pale ale, IPA, DIPA, stout and hefeweizen. The place itself is nice, the servers are friendly and attentive, the prices are decent and you can get half pints (for slightly more than half the price of a pint). They also have free shelled peanuts, and when you open them you just toss the shells on the floor. Seems like this place is one of the only good beer spots in MV, so definitely worth a visit if you’re on the island.
As we got off the ferry we headed right to the Offshore. This was a pleasant surprise because had no idea a brew pub was out here until we found it in a travel guide. Nice place, quaint and not that crowded at the time we went. Seemed like a small bar area. Nautical island theme(New England). Service was good although we found a table and sat our selves. Beer was well done but not much to choose from. Good food, pizza was awesome.
Right in the heart of the small business district, it’s about 2 blocks from the ferry and just around the corner from bus stop/transfer point for the whole island. Welcoming exterior; warm, inviting interior. Friendly, attentive service. Lots of good choices on the menu, with an emphasis on pizza and seafood. Our selections were tasty and well presented. Choice of about 6 beers while we were there, including a well hopped IPA. The brewer stopped by to make sure we were being well taken care of. Can get very crowded, especially at night. Highly recommended.
This place is the coolest looking brewpub ever, with tons of nautical memorabilia and all the brewing equipment up behind the bar and the line. Good selection of options from Offshore. Also, six different varities of oysters on the half shell. Some day I’ll go back, get a pint of the Steeprock Stout and a good selection of oysters and enjoy myself when the place isn’s so full that a dozen people have to stand behind the bar to get a drink.
It is nice to see that Martha’s Vineyard now has its own hometown brewpub, and one that is worthy of the place. I stopped by for a couple of brews and lunch before catching a ferry back to the mainland, and I was not disappointed. This is a comfortable. old wooden pub with high ceilings and rafters laden with nautical brickabrack. They had about 6-8 of their brews available on draft, and a couple in bottles. Growlers are available. The menu contains quality pub-grub, like fish and chips, pulled pork, and sausages. A barrel of salted peanuts is waiting for you by the door, and their hand-made potato crisps are well worth trying. I would be willing to stop in here for the food alone, which is not something I would say about many beer geek joints. And unlike one of my fellow raters, I have no complaints about the servers. I bet this place is good in the off-season too. Well worth a visit if you are on the island.
Went here while taking a break from exploring Martha’s Vineyard. Ambiance/atmosphere is very cool, with boats suspended in the rafters, a nice patio, and a bar with plenty of locals. It was slow, so service was quick. Selection is OK, they had most of their taps available. The value was good for oak bluffs, I thought prices were fair ($6/pint is standard). Overall I’d go here again the next time I’m in oak bluffs, but I don’t expect them to have anything new or interesting on tap.