Nice little brewpub.
Service was very good. Everyone was friendly, polite and attentive.
They have a really good selection of beers.
The food was better than that I’ve had at most brewpubs.
Pints were $4.50.
I’d certainly stop in again if I’m ever in Anacortes.
Stopped by after coming in on the ferry for a late lunch. For a small local brewery a pretty interesting assortment of beers, including a few tasty low ABV options. Food was excellent though we stuck to salads. Service was great.
A pleasant local with a bar and dinning room. Looks much nicer on the outside. Service was nice, but not beer centric, neither were the people at the bar. My sampling flight raised lots of questions and eyebrows. Sampler is fixed at 4 mains and you can pick 2 seasonals. Prices was pretty cheap. There was food, but I didn’t eat. Beer was OK, not really worth the trip.
Nice little brewpub off the main street deep in Anacortes. May house beers on tap. It is possible to do a sampler of 6 beers, and the staff are very generous with the free samples. Beer quality ranges from average to good, with a couple of stand-outs (especially the Sebastes Barleywine). Service is very friendly and the beer is reasonably prices. If you’re ever coming this way, this is a good stop.
In downtown Anacortes. A bit out of the way but worthwhile.
15 beers on tap. Good balance of stuff on there.
Food was good, service was solid, though needs a bit of an upgrade in the restaurant and bar.
Atmosphere feels a little dated and just a little cramped, but the food is pretty tasty pub fare, and there are always a lot of brews on tap, and they are all brewed on site. The brewery tends to be hit or miss with their beer, but I always find myself wanting to try several of what they have. Had a beer on cask last time I went and it was pretty good. Worth visiting now and then for sure.
Nice enough spot on the main street in downtown Anacortes, which is a nice town. Well worth stopping by if you’re on your way to/from the ferries. This week there were 15 house beers (one was a nice dry-hopped cask) and a guest cider. Food however was rather awful, most boring burger I’ve had. But the people are nice, beer is quite good and I’ll stop by again next time I’m in the area.
A bit out of the way if you’re from the Seattle area, but Anacortes is a quaint place to visit. Decor feels like "pub meets family restaurant". Physical signs of renovation in a hurry (wall paint marks on trim, huge decal sticker on the window instead of painted or stained). Good rotating seasonal tap selection (and they post them on the wall to make it easier), also a large bottle menu as well. Had exceptional service from "Rich". Their beer sampler is a bargain for $7; 6 four-oz samples. I had the grilled fish tacos and they were well above expectations. Sadly though I watched as a grilled chicken salad was served with steaming hot chicken atop quickly wilting lettuce, and I was shocked to see the eloquently advertised "Gorgonzola-fig flatbread" come out looking like papa john’s bread sticks, haphazardly sliced and diced. If I was in the area I would definitely stop by here again for a beer.
Cool older restaurant with small bar sort of in the middle. It was like 90% full when I was there and the service was pretty darn slow. I had the ribs and salad and they were great! I also had a decent sampling of their beer and they were all pretty good and I really enjoyed the double IPA. Great place to grab some dinner with the significant other and enjoy some tasty craft beer. I hope to be back.