If you have ever been in a Gman, then you will feel right at home. This location has the best service of all the others. Selection is spot on for Houston- if it is avaliable in Houston, they will have it.
Nice ambiance and local feel. The bar is like an old rustic house with wooden floors, beams, and dimly lit. Beer selection is good, but not as extensive as the Flying Saucer. The bartender I had was a b. Otherwise a great experience and place worth checking out.
nice laid back underlit bar. but they have a beer garden if it gets too dank for you" but, moe, the dank. the dank"- carl carlson. nice selection, a nice knowledgeable staff. hell even the other customers were cool and the jukebox had some nice tunes rolling too.
Damn fine seletion of beer (not the biggest) but large and you are likely to find at least half a dozen beers you love. The servers know beer. Fresh beer & clean taps!!!
Not much food but what they do have is good not to mention its a major shopping area with may food options. I love the bar and ambiance but the crowd may seem out of place from time to time. Lots of outdoor seating in front and rear of bar a big plus in my book!
Inside is not the nicest of places, but it has a nice homely feel to it. Waitress I had was pretty nice, but seemed overworked and had too many people to attend to. Nice selection as well, the St. Arnoldís on cask ruled. And yeah, the restroom is wack, could barely fit in there. Parking is kind of a hassle on weekends, but the rest of the week its pretty easy to park.
Love this place, dark, can be empty or noisey and crowded. Enough draft beers to chose carefully, horrible bathroom-but wooden floor and beams, patios, good beers, even a dart board- 2 thumbs up. Parking Tip-donít be too clever just park in the pay lot across the street.
KAggie97 (220) Ugly, Hot, and Humid Spring, Texas | June 15, 2005| Updated July 12, 2011
Good beer selection, nice bier garten. Menís restroom is teeny tiny.
I was disappointed in the selection. Much more limited than the Flying Saucer. The absolute best thing here was a plate they called the "Beer Companion" - itís a cheese, salami, table water crackers and olives plate. Itís an ideal match for sampling beer - enough to kill your hunger, with a mix of flavors which blend with good beer, but not too heavy. The bar itself is kinda crusty. Service was decent. The surrounding environs are cool - lots of hanging Spanish Moss. Right across the street from Two Rows, so itís worth the stop.
Great place to go hang out with friends or make new ones. Its pretty small with few tables inside, your best bet is to stake out a table on either the deck in front or out back. Great selection with a good representation of brand and styles.
wulfhere (14) Billings, Montana | March 21, 2004| Updated March 25, 2004
Compared to most places in Montana, the Gingerman has an outstanding selection!
Tried the Trois Pistoles, Maresdous #8, Sysiphus, and perhaps the most noteworthy--the St. Arnolds amber on the cask. Wow. What an experience!