Large central oval bar with fists carved out of dark wood. Beautiful, upscale, and clean...definitely a spot your wife will be okay visiting. Oh, the beer! Truly, some of the best barrel-aged house brews I have ever had. Dark, rich, tons of oak and vanilla. Delicious! Food here is outstanding also. Wings are to die for and come with a horseradish potato salad and celery curled high on top. Bartender was friendly and seemed really proud of the beers they crafted. Great place...need something like this in AZ.
Nice open space with some interesting features, like the custom bar and light fixtures. Really solid beers with a lot of options. I had a few apps as I had just come from an amazing brunch and they were just ok. Solid watering hole.
First stop on my beer trip through Chicago. Made the mistake of coming on a friday night, I probably would have liked it more during the afternoon. Extremely crowed, and we were lucky to find a seat at the bar. I really like the tap handles and other fist wood carvings throughout. The beer was average from the 6 I sampled, and the food was decent. Like I said, I would have been much happier "beer geeking-out" in the afternoon without such an obnoxious crowd. If I’m ever in the area, I will give it anther try.
A nice place inside, pretty large but still quite busy. A little loud overall, but oh well. Managed to get a seat at the bar. Very good service, even with being busy & all. Nice tap-list, around 15 or 16 beers on tap with even more in bottles, including beers from other breweries & whatnot. Surprisingly, though, they didn’t have a single porter or stout on tap :( Did not order food, but the guy next to me got mussels & they smelled amazing. It looks like half restaurant, half bar, so I’m sure the food menu is extensive, even though I didn’t check it out. Some tasty beers; of what I tried, Citra-Hero & Filibister were winners. Priced fairly, & it’s nice that you can get 5 oz samples of any beer on the menu, too. Definitely glad to have stopped here.
Cliff (72) The Land of Milk and Honey, Ohio | August 7, 2012
Visited on a late Monday afternoon. Sat at the bar and had good service. Nice feel, not too large but felt good. Beers were somewhat lackluster...I was expecting more after reading and hearing about Revolution for a while. It was a fine place, I guess my expectations were just too high. Food looked great, i was just timing my visits to get some Piece pizza.
Good brew pub, with a solid selection of both their brews and outside brews. The place is a bit hip and trendy, so on the weekend it can be quite busy. I love this place for lunch, and if your a fan of bacon and pop corn their bacon grease pop corn is can’t miss.
Visited on a Saturday afternoon. Started walking towards Revolution from the 4100 block of keystone ave lazily trying to get rid of a hangover. Tried to find taxi cabs, never really did. Four mile walk was tame but lord was a brother thirsty after such a walk. So we scrolled past lord knows how many cool random restaurants to get to this place. Seated instantly our server took a bit of time to say hello, which was fine. Drink orders were quickly put in as we were plenty thirsty. On that end the beers were above standard for a brewpub, but not quite up to par for me to bother to rate them in my current state. 14 or so in house taps, not bad if you need some ticks. Food was the main goal. Soft pretzel had a pretty puny crust, but the innards weren’t so bad. Served with some nice hot mustard and the most hilariously generous portion of some sort of cheese sauce (with beer?) that we saved the remnants for the main course. I got the Smoked Pulled Pork which was quite bland. The bun couldn’t stand up to the sauce and meat, which basically made this a gooey mess. As far as brewpub food, this seemed to be above average. Waiter was decent. Interior was serviceable. Tons of wood, big bar, spacious enough. Outside you had plenty of beards and cute 20 somethings dressed in nonsense with tattoos, seems like this was once a little rougher neighborhood overtaken by younger kids. Fine. Overall a nice pube, probably a great spot to make your local.
Nice atmosphere - seems they used their space inefficiently because despite being a very large space, it’s hard to get a table on a friday or saturday. That being said, they have a very large island-shaped bar in the center with some very nice socialist propaganda artwork. Being a smaller brewpub that also changes styles often, sometimes they don’t have much that I like on tap at the time. Service can be slow, again probably because of the inefficient layout, but is friendly. Menu is a bit limited but everything I’ve had has been good.
Visited on the way to the Furthur show. It’s a pleasant place in the mid-afternoon. Good staff--knew their stuff. A good selection of their beers on tap and a solid selection of other bottles. Food was good--several veggie items I’d go back for: tempeh reuben, tofu barbeque.