Pretty standard CO brewpub. Downstairs is a large dining area, which I can’t really speak to. Upstairs is the main bar along with a number of nice pool tables; this area is also 21 and up, which is nice. Large number of house beers to choose from across a number of styles. Some can be really good, but the standard offerings are just mediocre. Food is decent and the service is typically pretty good, though things can slow down when they’re busy.
AhhBeer (2) Colorado Springs, Colorado | November 16, 2012
Decent but boring beers. Food is good but significantly over-priced. Far better beer, food and service readily available in Colorado Springs.
UncleKorm (46) Colorado Springs, Colorado | September 12, 2012| Updated August 10, 2014
Great location in the heart of Downtown CO Springs. 3 floors - large brewpub includes pool tables, darts, TVs & lots of space. Food is good but a bit pricey. Beer is only Phantom’s own, but they keep a good variety on tap, 8 taps & 2 cask beers. Happy hour beer prices are the best in town. Beers are good & some are very good, I tend to favor their cask beers.
Good sized brewpub in downtown Colorado Springs. 11 beers on tap that were pretty much average but a nice variety. Had the fried chicken which was just a fried boneless chicken breast but was tasty. Service was great. Not a true beer geeks brewpub, but worth a stop.
Went for happy hour with co-workers. Nothing too interesting beer-wise on the menu, but I had the rye lager and english cask pale ale and both were pleasant enough. Good, fun, laid back environment. Food is excellent and very reasonably priced with a lot of variety.
MEH, my first 3 visits did not precipitate any yee haa moments, the beer was pretty good save one red ale that I had to spit out, but he bar maid she made it right with a different brew that was much much better, worth another try, needs improvement with the likes of trinity and bristol in the neighborhood! The quality they offer is substantially greater.
Went here for lunch and had a good time. I sat at the bar and was served by Lyle who did a great job tending to our needs. 11 beers on tap. The Hefeweizen was okay. The IPA was better. I had the Pork Green Chile for lunch and it was very good. Served with store-bought tortillas (not very good) but the pretzels with beer cheese complimented the chile very well. A good place to visit.
The whole place was so-so, aside from some great food. Nice look to the place with some patio seating and an open, sunlit interior, but it also felt a bit like a restaurant with some beers since most folks seemed to be ordering mixed drinks and the like. They did have a wide range of beer on tap, including two admittedly tasty casks, but outside of those casks, there was little to get excited about in the way of quality. Service was pretty average, a bit unattentive if anything.