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.
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, brewpub, really, you bettca! I would not believe it if I had not been there myself. Service was outstanding. the own brews were ok. I had a NB Le Terrior on tap, beat that.
Food was tarty and if you ordered the specials, it was downright cheap.
My first visit to Thai Me Up came in late October 2011. It was a fun, hip Thai food restaurant that also brewed it’s own beer. Staff was friendly, beer was good, and they had the World Series ( and Death Proof on their TV’s. An overall positive drinking experience.
Stopped here for drinks and dinner with my niece and wife. Tried several beers in our party, the two IPA’s they had on tap, the dubbel, dopplebock, and the Heffe. Everyone was happy with the beer, and the food was FANTASTIC. Gotta make one more stop before we leave to try the DIPA. The only thing I wish, is that they had some kind of sampler to offer.
Great place! Very good thai food (we had fresh spring rolls and pad thai) and a nice, varied selection of beer. On bottle, they had a number of good ones, including Westmalle dubbel and tripel, three of Sierra Nevada’s 30th anniversary editions, a few good DeSchutes and Rogues etc. Their own beer on tap, however, is the main reason to visit. The Colossal IPA was a quite good IPA, and the Regulators black american lager (brewed in Chico by Sierra Nevada) was very good with almost a smoke beer touch to it. Very good and knowledgeable waitress and excellent service all through.
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.
Stopped in for a quick bite to eat and to tast the stuff on tap. Sad to say they didn’t have any of there own stuff on. WHAT THE HELL???? The little French waiter yes I said French working in a Thai place in Wyoming said our beer is so good it is all gone they can’t even keep it on tap. Anyway I had a soup that was very good. The food was not cheap to say the least and yes they did have the real deal of beer selection on the menu. Utopias for I want to say $400 but it was a pretty old vintage they also had a few other gems but they were not cheap.
3fourths (1567) 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.