Like Jordo said, hard to find. There was no sign up. Only a small piece of paper in the window that said ’Beer to go.’ Upon entering the establishment, there was no noise or people. At first I thought they forgot to lock the doors. Hello?! echoed out. A dog appeared. Nice dog. Sally was her name. Then the brew masters husband came out. Good guy. We got 5 samplers for free. Apparently there have no consumption liscense, so they are unable to sell their beer at this time. So, it was free. The brewery was small. Two barrels. I guess it was used previously to make soda. They pump out beer though. The place overall was nice. Their son does the artwork for the labels and they have the larger prints on the wall. Nice stuff. Overall I thought that with some work (which they were doing) it would be a pretty cozy little place.
Interesting location with multiple rail tracks out the back door. There’s a small, uncovered deck with tables there for train enthusiasts. Inside there’s a variety of tables an booths plus a small bar. 10 beers on tap during my visit with a good variety of styles< most were good to very good but none excellent. Friendly, helpful staff. Enjoyed the nachos.
Rating via Mrs. JoePeesie- Was on a business trip to Idaho State University and the hubby sent me here. They offered a flight tasting of all of their beers for $1 per beer. The staff was very friendly, the food was reasonably price and both myself and my dinner companion enjoyed are meals. If your in the area I would highly recommend stopping in for a beer and a bite to eat.
The staff was very accomodating right from the start.
The beer was pretty good, many styles to choose from.
The fresh baked pretzel was the best ever(dipped in blue cheese, trust me). The rest of the meal was fresh and creative.
This place is worth the stop if your are in Poky.
Stopped in to try out the selection and grab a quick bite. Beer was overall pretty good. Penny was very friendly the place was very cool looking. As the food goes not bad. But if you stop in and you like brew pretzels you have to get one. It was the bigest pretzel I have ever seen and damb it was tasty aswell.
3fourths (1571) Boulder, Colorado | December 28, 2010| Updated April 20, 2013
cramped but cozy ag-university town brewpub with the local bluegrass/folk band playing on a winter friday night. small bar area with 7-8 taps. fairly poor beer quality overall, but they did have a kristal weizen for me to tick.
Cozy, renovated old warehouse with downstairs bar and brewhouse; upstairs loft with live music most nights. Beer flights available, about 10 house taps available out of the 12. Beers were good to excellent, and food was very good. Friendly and attentive bartender, but only several other patrons were present at my late lunch hour visit.
Old building in the industrial part of Pocatello, right off the city center and relatively easy to find with mapquest. Long, narrow seating arrangement is separated by the bar and kitchen. Old bricks, beaten hardwood floors, and exposed rafters contribute to a pleasant ambiance now that the building has been converted to brewing. I could see the tanks from where I sat, but no tv. Ehhh. Wi-fi is free, that helps. Friendly staff and good service, didn’t try the food. I found if odd that they had two brown ales and two pale lagers on tap (out of ten). Midnight Satin was on and quite nice. I’d come back, just for that.
I’ve been here a few times when in town. Smells of malt and hops hit you when you walk in the door. Not much parking, but it is a small place so I haven’t had any problem parking in front. The beer is good, Grog is a good IPA but not over the top. The staff is very friendly. Penny (BrewMaster) sat down and talked to me alittle about her beers and the brewery the first time I was there. The food is good. I would recommend stopping here when in town. I’ll be back.