Super crowded on a Tuesday night but only took less than 10 minutes to be seated. Place is pretty big with an old western vibe. They weren’t serving their signiature pale ale when we went so they were down to 4 taps. The food was good enough but the beers were built for the masses. Nothing amazing.
Five of their own beers on tap, two fixed and three seemingly rotating over 30 or so different seasonal/specials. Nice outside bar area and attentive service inside. Food is pretty good, but not special. Samplers of their five beers on tap is recommended.
The outside bar was closed, and the inside bar was packed. So I sat on the outdoor terrace with a view of the "lake." Service was actually excellent, even though it was very crowded at lunchtime, and the server knew the beers, the brewing process and upcoming events pretty thoroughly. Five beer samplers were $8.50. Of the two staple beers, the light lager was boring, but the pale ale was decent, and the rest were very solid. Overall, this place exceeded my expectations.
Sat at the bar of the outdoor patio which had a nice view of the artificial, man-made lake. They have the typical 6 beer color palate brew pub selection. We went on a Friday night where the service was a bit dodgy. I hate having to ask for water multiple times. I also hate it when our bartender disappears for30 minutes at a time. The crowd was a typical under 30 crowd who enjoys smoking and talking over really loud noise. Many of the folks there didn’t seem to be into the beer. The food was decent though nothing to write home about. It wasn’t a bad experience but there was nothing particularly special about it either.
sat at the outdoor bar. The bartender was pushing the mixed drinks (at a brew pub? why?), forgetful, and kept disappearing with no one taking his place. The house beer was OK, not great, and the food was nothing to come back for. Disappointing, hopefully the other locations where better.
Finally visited the last of the three Sweetwater Tavern locations. Nice vibe here. The typical Southwestern decor, but more natural light than I remember from the other locations (and I visited both in the day) leading to a more open feel. Nice looking outdoor bar, though I sat inside. Did not eat. Customer service sucked. Whoever is managing this place is not doing a good job with the staff. One girl was running herself ragged doing everything while everyone else was disinterested and lazy. Parking was ample. The beers kinda sucked but I only tried two of the options. Despite the nicer decor, I’ll be patronizing the other two locations in the future.
Nice brewery onsite, make sure to take a peek. Clean facilities, good service, and really good food. A bit pricey, but great service and the ever changing beer selection makes up for it. Beers could be even more aggressive, but overall you won’t be disappointed here.
Nicely decorated corporate restaurant in a corporate area of town. The place was all but empty at 3:30 PM, so the service was attentive without being overly aggressive. Five house beers were available along with an assortment of other beverages. The beer was average, with nothing too spectacular. The food was good and the menu terse, with the prices being typical of a large restaurant.