chinchill (213) South Carolina | October 23, 2015| Updated December 15, 2015
Small bar but a wide open space right in thebrewery for this taproom which also has a bunch of tabes. Some outside tables too, weather permitting. Fine looking, large pretzels available - I’ll eat one next time for sure. Food trucks on occasion. Friendly, attentive and overalll outstanding service.
Located in the arts district off of downtown Hendersonville. The bartenders were knowledgeable and friendly and enthusiastic about the beers, most of which were above average. A good place, worth seeking out.
Yet another converted warehouse space that is pretty well used. They had a very good 3 piece quartet, that we quite enjoyed. Didn’t really talk to the staff much since we were all listening to the music. Solid, beers.
Located in an warehouse building somewhere near downtown. They had plenty of street parking on this block along with a pretty sizable patio/cornhole area. They had 6 things on tap which were solid but not spectacular. The staff seemed friendly enough although I can’t vouch for their beer knowledge since imdidnt here them drop any. They had a 3 piece band playing who were quite good and certainly added to the ambience of the place.
first visit to taproom. basic neighborhood brew pub. smallish area but in spring and summer you can open up doors and play corn hole or whatever outside. had the sampler and it was good the brewing facility is right there in front of you and if i could have a candle that smelled light grain and hops it would be what we smelled when we walked in..decent place several locals inside and talked to a few of them seemed very happy with the surroundings and i must agree. thanks kelly
I thought this place was AWFUL. There were kids EVERYWHERE, and nowhere near enough seating. They had a crappy band playing that was too loud, and they couldn’t even give out a beer list. Beer was marginal, but the ambiance was so overwhelmingly bad, I will go out of my way to never go back.
Very laid back neighborhood spot. 5 beers on, sample trays etc. Decent beer and service.
Drake (801) Milwaukee, Wisconsin | February 26, 2012| Updated April 26, 2012
Located South of Asheville. This is a warehouse brewery with a rather large tasting room/bar. Very nice inside and out with tables and a bar that can fit maybe up to 10 people. There is a large courtyard outside that is set up for cornhole and looks like it would be excellent for all kinds of activities. Live music is there frequently. The beers are good to very well made and they occasionally have a guest tap or two. Pints were $3.50 for most beers and there is a four beer sampler for $4.50 and a five beer sampler for an extra buck. The people were exceptionally nice and I’m pretty sure I was talking to one of the owners extensively. Not much food but they do offer pretzels. Dog friendly. A decent amount of parking spaces out front but there are other businesses some those may fill up during the week. A very nice stop worth going out of your way for.