I liked the vibe here. It had a bit of a hipster feel to it, the kind of place where attractive women sit at the bar and read political philosophy. Food was solid especially the chowder. I agree with some of the other assessments about the beer. They had a nice rancher of house brews as well as meads and ciders. The beer was solid but particularly ambitious.
I’m on the fence about this place. If the beers were 30% better, I would want to rent an apartment next door, but as they stand, it’s kind of a detracting feature. Otherwise, the food is a hipster locavore delicious playground and works perfectly for my tastes and prices. The crowd is cool, the setting is great, and the service was spectacular.
One of a kind. A peace-and-love brewpub. Medium size, sits 50-75. The place really has a small-town hang-out feeling to it, which it is. Lots of wood with a dinner type of layout. An overall psychedelic sensation. Watch out for opening hours. Opens at 4pm except for sat/sun when they open at noon. Lunch menu is limited, dinner menu is somewhat more extensive. Different than the typical greasy pub fare. I found the food rather tasty and quite affordable. When I was there beer selection was 8 taps and 2 of the tap also available on cask, your choice. I wasn’t impressed by the beer, a bit bland, a bit flat. I bought some bottles of their imperial stout on location and it was very good. With a place like this beer can be hit or miss I guess. But overall I truly loved that place. Different atmosphere. Interesting food. Good beer selection even it quality was not always there. I really want to go back there.
Cool little town brewpub and restaurant here. Lots of very drinkable ales from the tap and a few heavier selections from the bottle. The burger we had from Shelburne meat was delectable and we appreciated that real grain mustard (not the fluorescent yellow crap) was offered. Overall, a really friendly eco-conscious place that brews good beer and has succulent food. Why ask for more than that when going out with friends?
It’s a small brewpub in Greenfield. My nephew wanted me to have a few beers before I traveled back to Indiana the next day. Bartender was knowledgeable and picked the 5-6 best beers for a beer sampler. It’s a nice place and will probably go back when I visit next year.
We eat here about once a month. It is a typical pub serving typical pub fare. The food is often farm fresh and features products from local farmers, which is something we strongly support. The beers are solid, they are very drinkable, though nothing stands out as outstanding. We have always had pretty good service. The atmosphere is nice with booths, tables and a long bar. I love the support for local artists, the artwork changes monthly. I am also a big fan of, Jeremy Krusas, the Head Brewer’s inspiring story. He started working there as a dishwasher 12 years ago and has been the head brewer for the last 5 years.
I was at this place for lunch where they only offer a limited menu of finger foods or a burger. The place itself is typical New England pub in appearance. The selection features 3 casks and 8 taps of their own beers + their own sodas. Service is great. Make sure you bring cash. No credit cards and that fact isn’t posted anywhere.
Three casks always on, take everything on cask. An attractive bar in a reasonably friendly and safe smaller town. Tattoos yet people act decently. It was late, there was loud swearing and that sort of behaviour. The locals were there. Ben, the bartender was very experienced and had the right pour down. He was fast and on top of things, an American all-star. Knew what was good if not the ingredients. Good homemade root beer and the Ginger beer-ginger ale is one of the best I have had in a long life of pop drinking. The beers are more or less average, with some experimentation that was fun to try.Clear winner that night: Oatmeal stout on cask. A guest tap, and pub food. Cheap pints and half pints always available.