3fourths (1569) Boulder, Colorado | December 28, 2010| Updated November 20, 2012
legitimately inspiring thai food, quality draft and bottle selection, young food and beer-oriented crowd, stylish and comfortable interior. they had a teevee but were playing old martial arts movies. win.
For some crazy reason I did not notice that this was Melvin Brewing until I walked up. Thai Restaurant / Brewery is a really cool concept that I wish there were more of. Pretty damn busy on a Friday night, but I found a spot at one of the high bar areas. Flights available, pricey indeed, but given that you are in a rich kids resort town its not surprising. I was not overly impressed with the service. My guy was a stereotypical skier dude who kept forgetting me. One of the beers blew for my flight and it was literally 45 minutes before I got a replacement. Did not try the food, but I am a fan of Melvin's hoppy stuff, so I was happy with my beer.
July 2012. Pretty nice little Thai restaurant that happens to make beer. The food is awesome. The beer is a bonus, and turned out to be pretty good. Emphasis on nitro. Little pricey, but no other complaints here. Brewery #579.
Thai Me Up is in downtown Jackson, which is all really walkable. It’s got a sign you can’t miss with an elephant on it. I’m not sure why their brewing operations are now under the name Melvin, but whatever. The place to those who don’t care about beer is a Thai restaurant, and a good one at that. It’s on the pricy side for most Thai restaurants in the country, but not high for the area. However, the light above the bar indicates what the day’s "skid" curry is; if it’s red, the skid curry is red curry, and so forth. That gives you a slightly smaller serving - still plenty for a meal - for $9 instead of $15. So I ordered that to give myself more mental budget room to buy more beers. And I’m glad I did, because the house beer is outstanding. There were 18 listed at the time of my visit, with 2 guest taps and 2 of the 18 house taps just having kicked that day. I wasn’t going to get to them all, anyway. The shitter deserves an A+ rating for the artwork on the walls. I like the attitude and atmosphere here. Great food, great beer, and really unique overall. There’s nothing more I could ask for out here. Absolute must-visit, whether you’re in Jackson for one hour or one week. This place is a revelation.
This was a surprise and a great find. The brewer from Pizza Port. They got the right man and some great brews. I had a few and they where rocking. The food is typical Thai and pretty damn yummy. Loved this place was close to town just on the back side of the square so it was close. Try the beers, spring rolls and you will have a blast. This is a great new addition to Jackson Hole area.
Iphonephan (410) Jackson Hole/McLean, Virginia | July 6, 2013| Updated July 30, 2016
About 18 beers on draft, Most if not all are from Melvin with occasional guest taps from other Western craft breweries. A wide range of styles represented. Some of the house beers were exceptional. The shrimp panang and green curry were seering hot but very tasty. There are lots of reasons to visit Jackson Hole. Add this place to the list.
Excellent Thai food with plenty of heat side-by-side with impressive, hoppy, house-made beers. Other drafts are plenty interesting enough as well, with an eye toward what goes well with the food. Beer geeks need to be checking this place out when in Jackson Hole.
Interesting place. They serve a lot of other products, even a robust amount of PRB! Busy. 5 of their beers on tap. A few other craft brews on tap. Didn’t eat, but they had Asian food. Pretty nice place. Good IIPA.