Nice brewhouse that is always packed since it was opened recently. Great beer, I love to support local breweries and this one didn’t make that hard to do. The food is definitely above average. Cool look, cool feel.
Tmoney99 (656) Cincinnati, Ohio | August 3, 2009| Updated January 29, 2015
Easy to find location and since I was on my motorcycle the parking in the back was easy. Remodeled building with patio on the second floor. Bar in the middle with kitchen in the back and upstairs seating. Freindly staff and nice time spent with the owner. The sampler was a good selection and enjoyed trying the beers. I had lunch with a freind and had good app portions and the flavor and freshness of salad was very good. Went twice while I was in town. When I am back in the Noog, I will go again.
Stopped in for lunch on a Saturday. The location is great. A renovated old train terminal with a nice bar, restaurant, and brewery occupying 3 floors. They did a great job designing the space. Lots of light, flat screens, good flow. The service was excellent, the food was good (better than most brewpubs), and the beer was good. My favorite was the oatmeal stout but, they had a few good ones. It’s definitely worth a try if you’re in the area.
Beer selection is solid. WIFI available . Parking can be dicy late evenings and weekends. The place is worth the effort. Service prompt and friendly. Food was pretty damn good. Large bar area and upstairs seating available as well. Flights available.
This is a large place onm two levels. I only noticed the top level after I sat at the downstairs bar and watched servers going upstairs to what I assume is more of a restaurant. Downstairs bar was twisty turny, and there were a few booths as well. Large parking lot outside was pretty full, and I can understand why. Every beer was tasty, some were exceptional. Food was tasty. Service was friendly, efficient and knowledgeable. Brewing equipment visible in a sunken area between the bar and the kitchen in this odd shaped, old, characterful building. Nice place.
Late lunch on a Friday so it wasn’t crowded, Nice place, nice open airy decor, friendly helpful wait staff, good food all 3 of us enjoyed our choices,, the bison burger was excellent, the sampler was very good liked them all especially the mai bock.
Shag (81) Chattanooga, Tennessee | January 11, 2009
This place opened yesterday! It’s in a renovated building right beside the historic Chattanooga Choo-Choo building. It’s not a huge building but it is 3 stories. I was impressed with service and knowledge by the staff especially with it being so new. The menu offered some interesting food items. The beer was good as well as the food. The prices were reasonable. $4 pints and the food prices were less expensive than most restaurants in the downtown area. Overall I was impressed and will definitley recommend it to others.
Stopped in for brunch after ‘Noog 5. It’s not in the best area and my wife and I were yelled at by some bums on the corner as we were trying to park. Better give those guys some change, man. However, once we were in the building we found the facilities to be quite nice. Cool building in general and three stories of seating and bars. The second story has a cool outside deck with a live grass floor. Service was fine, and the chicken nachos we had were good. The beers were all drinkable but they were out of a couple we wanted to try. I think the wit was the one that cured my hangover. Prices seemed fine. I will be back!