More of a rustic style brewpub with traditional pub grub. 10 beers on tap when I went, available in flights of 4. Service is friendly and generous in giving samples. Beer quality is pretty weak -- I didn’t enjoy any of the beers and at least one had an infection. Given the quality of nearby breweries, I’d definitely give this place a miss -- go to Churchill’s Pub just down the road.
Located next door to Old California Restaurant Row in a Spanish style building. The place is rather large and has somewhat of a tired, chain restaurant feel. The beers are average with a couple of pretty good offerings. There appears to be only a standard lineup without any seasonals or special offerings. The food is fine and they offer a wide variety. I do not consider this one of the better brewpubs around.
Large restaurant pretty much across the street from Churchill’s if you want some ratings. When I went the place was completely full and I was competing for a space at the bar with a softball team that was celebrating (loudly). Definitely not a fancy restaurant. I dont mind the noisy bar atmosphere but I do mind the slow and not overly friendly bar service. Didnt eat, the beers were not that good, I dont see much need to come back here.
Kind of an old-timey atmosphere inside. Small bar with a large bar area, decent amount of regular tables/seating. Service was pretty good, beers were okay, and prices were decent, too. Didn’t see the food, so can’t comment on that. Eight house beers and a few guest taps as well.
Ober (58) Bommelerwaard, Netherlands | August 21, 2012
A nice place to be, with friendly staff. They serve good food, foor a good price. I wish the beers where as good as the atmosphere and the food.
Another mall located brewpub - we had a bit difficulty locating it at the mall. Arrived right after a very busy lunch hour. We just had the beers - only 5 when we visited - and some of them of very scetchy quality. Lots of wood in the dining area. high tables in the bar area - dark wooden. The prices are fine. If you are a ticker - stop by for the ticks - if you enjoy good beers go somewhere else.
They serve 7 average beers of their own. Some rotation, but it doesn’t change often. A not-so special brewery-restaurant, serving American food. Better than going to most American chain restaurants, Applebees, etc. Churchill’s is just across the street, so it’s probably better to eat/drink there, unless you’ve been there a million times.
Decent overall. The beer’s above average, and it’s a nice change of scene from Stone. Who knew there were other breweries in the area? Just a stones throw (no pun intended) from Churchill’s, this place is worth a visit. The service was average and the food was less than inspired, but I think I’ll be back again anyway to try some other seasonal/ specialty beers. Their beers tend toward the yeasty and crisp finish side, and some are quite good.