Open space sharing a the building with a hair salon. Eclectically decorated with a friendly vibe. Service was prompt and enthusiastic. Really enjoyed the beers and wish we could have stuck around longer.
MASSIVE place. Big, bright, cinder block. Lots of tables, decent sized bars. Nearly 30 things on tap. I tried 11 beers, which included beers containing asparagus, cherries, pig heads, lavender, peanut butter, cilantro, and pineapple. So yeah, they like to play with adjuncts. However, it works. Beers are all quite good. The Peanut Butter CEO was probably the best beer I had on this entire trip, and Iím not even a big fan of peanut butter! Food was tasty. It was fun trying the pork beer while eating a ham sandwich. Tons of bottles to go, including some stuff not on tap. Bartenders were amazing. Pull a beer out of the back that hadnít even been labeled yet so the bar patrons could try it. Did an expert job helping an "I only drink Bud" guy. Prices are a tad bit steep. Overall, destination brewery.
Really nice atmosphere of garage, butcher, industrial hall and art gallery melt together. The walls filled with artwork, all for sale. 19 beers on tap. Some pretty damn tasty. Flight of 6 available. Very nice experience.
Super cool artsy ambance. Joe the bartender was hilarious and an out of nowhere amazing singer. Waffle sandwhiches were deicious. A lot of their beer on tap. Tab was higher than expected, but thats because the flights are big pours. Split some flights with Carter.
Wide-open pub in a primarily residential area. Nice selection of their own beer and several guest taps. Also has a barbershop as part of the complex so you can get a haircut at the same time. A must-stop in TC.
This is a very unique place, I liked the feel. It is located in an odd spot but it is worth a try. They also have some very interesting beers like Shrute Farms (Beet Ale). A little off the beaten path but Iím glad I made the trip.
MrBunn (92) The Wet Side of a Dry Town, Pennsylvania | December 30, 2013
This is a must stop. Awesome tap list (although they need to get it online), good service, fun place.
bpar73 (152) Bellaire, Michigan | July 1, 2013| Updated August 23, 2013
Great beer with a number of choices. Food is pretty limited and they need some time to grow into their space. The beer is well worth the visit.
Reviewing the new location: itís an interesting place! Big, very loud vibes. Very young crowd, and this is coming from a young guy himself. Definitely an industrial feel & serve yourself, but great art on the walls. Selection was very impressive, which is the factor is take most seriously. Decent value. A new, haphazardly creative brewery, and the pub reflects it - which isnít necessarily a bad thing.