Found this brewery at stateline in south lake Tahoe. Its under ground with no windows, but has a very open feel. The fermentation vessels are right on the dining room floor. Service was great. We had the fish tacos. Onep plate with ahi, and one with mahi mahi. Both were fantastic! But the rest of the menu was pretty pricey, and the selection was a little less than expected. Overall a pretty good place.
Loud. Crowded. Not really a beer destination but more of a gimmick in a busy casino area. Some of the food was quite good, some not so much. Our waiter was great despite the place being packed and the bachelorette parties and things. Beer was ok.
Braudog (899) Yorktown, Virginia | August 27, 2016| Updated September 7, 2016
Right in the middle of the hustle and bustle of South Lake Tahoe, this place has a major identity crisis. Upscale restaurant, night spot or brewery? The brewery part definitely takes the back seat. Over priced and not really feeling like a beer destination, I wasn’t overly impressed with it as such. Bartender was lackluster too. But that said, the beers were at least average and not Coors Light, and the nachos were awesome. Brewery #751.
It’s located in a cellar. Unfortunately not a cosy one, but a huge concrete bunker.
Constant frier activity is going with bad circulation so the atmosphere is stifling.
Some homebrews on tap and about 8 "guests".
Bargirl friendly and helpful enough, but it’s just a bit depressing.
Kind of a weird set up here. You can sit out on the street/sidewalk area (I guess that’s the patio) or go downstairs into the restaurant/bar. Pretty busy, but not surprising on a Saturday afternoon. Quick and very friendly service. Four house beers on tap, all were quite bad. They had a pretty decent guest list, though. The food looked okay, at least, but I didn’t eat anything. If you’re looking for a place to park, just go into the lot at one of the casino’s (Harrah’s has tons of parking and is close by).