I recently visited this brew pub when visiting the in laws. The place was absolutely packed, and we had to wait a half hour, not quite what I was expecting but not unreasonable. The service was decent, the bartender was great, our waitress talked about abortions with her friends within earshot, not exactly dinner conversation. The food was pretty darn good, but over priced. My IPA was very good, when I asked for a hoppy recommendation for my next beer the waitress told me I should try a seasonal of theirs, it was not remotely hoppy, but then again she wasn’t 21 in my estimation so she probably doesn’t have much experience. Overall a nice place, probably better to visit early or on an off night. The prices are a little high.
A big sports bar themed brewpub. Only about 8 house beers on tap, not including many of their more interesting beers. Cheap flights though. Food is typical American meat-centric fare, with little for vegetarians (nothing for vegans). Wasn’t very impressed with this place -- it’s not what I look for.
I stopped in looking to kill a couple hours but could only really stand an hour of this place. It wasn’t bad, per se, it was just too Applebees feeling with little to no core emotion behind it. The bar had a few big screen TVs above the bar. They had their regular lineup with a few seasonals and one guest beer. I got the four beer flight of which all were good but nothing sensational. Service was good and generally pretty attentive. Atmosphere was pretty loud, but I was here on a Friday evening. Overall, this is a very restaurant oriented brewpub. The beer comes third here, IMO, after the food and environment.
A very commercial and well appointed brewpub. Service is OK, but when they didn’t have something I was looking for they made the decision on a replacement, not cool. Food was decent, but overpriced. Not a bad place and beer was decent, but catering towards the masses not the enthusiast.
Great food, best scotch ale on tap in the area, and usually good service. Price is a little up there but overall competitive with the area. Usually have a decent seasonal as well. As far as the brewpubs go probably the best in the greater kitsap area.
Since they have installed sound dampening surfaces, I can much more enjoy hanging out at Silver City. And damn if the beer isn’t getting more interesting and better! Great burgers, beer sampler is sweet, and very nice guest taps as well. These guys just seem to be getting it right, building their business and keeping customers happy. Old Scrooge is awesome, as is the Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout. Put some age on the Panther Lake Porter, and you have a really special treat!
This was a nice brewpub with lots of seating and ambiance. The food looked good although i didn’t have any. They had about 8 of there traditional offerings and 4 seasonals. The beers had high ABV and were very tasty. My only complaint was that I was there on a Thursday night and they had last call at about 10 PM, while there were still alot of patrons at the bar.
Silvercity has become somewhat of a Kitsap county staple. Their beers are unique and flavorful and their menu is quite diverse, good appetizers and great happy hour deals after 9 pm. Fat Scotch is a great Scottish Strong Ale, has notes of scotch and is quite strong. Mix a Fat Scotch with a Ridgetop Red and you get: FRED! The Panther Lake Porter is also quite good and always on tap. Their seasonals are typical very good as well. Old Scrooge is a great Barley Wine style ale, Gold Mountain Pils is a superb pilsner and Whoopass Double IPA is a very good IPA. Silvercity offers something for everyone. The service is great and the staff is friendly. Restaraunt and bar both get super crowded at times so it’s always best to go with plenty of time at hand.