Large modern place, looks like an Applebees except for the brewhouse behind the bar. Service was friendly enough. The beers varied tremendously, with some that were worth drinking. Food was OK. I guess you have to try this place if you’re in town, but don’t go out of your way.
Oh my. Ambiance is upscale restaurant vibe. My bartender was fairly unhelpful and unprofessional. I did not eat, but the gentleman next to me had some broccoli on his plate that was well overcooked, so I have no hopes about the quality of the food. Even less so considering the quality of the beer. EASILY the worst beer I’ve found at any brewery in North Carolina, maybe anywhere. Count your blessings if your beer is weak and lacking any character. It only gets worse from there. Beers off balance, beers horribly infected. At least it’s cheap. Just awful.
doboy (24) Morehead City, North Carolina | January 23, 2014
Stayed right next door and walked over. Good food, had the ribs, and good beer. nice place to have dinner in Fayetteville. Lots of high ranking ex military there that night.
I visited recently on a family vacation. We arrived around 6 pm on a Friday. There were 4 adults and 4 kids in our party and we were seated right away. Service was slow. Just like everything else in the south. But the guy really knew his stuff about the menu and the beer. The food was outstanding. I had their version of a French dip steak sandwich and it’s probably the best one I’ve ever had. Chicken wings were outstanding and my daughter raved about the salmon. Beer was just average. Their ipa that they won a medal for at gabf years ago was just average. My favorite beer was their porter. It was nice and robust. Nice place, good service, great food, and average beer.
Definitely focuses more on teh restaurant than the beer end of things.
Great food, but expensively priced. Definitely more upscale.
Great beer, but all they offer is their own.
Overall, one of the best places in Fayetteville, which isn’t saying too much.
Very serviceable beers that are always fresh. Can buy by the growler.
August 08. Kind of a weird location, it sits not too far off from a shopping strip mall back in some industrial kind of area. The restaurant looked to be on the nicer side of brewpub, meaning more focus on the restaurant than just the beer. The bar was also kind of nice with some sofachairs and tables around, the clientele wasn’t as nice as the decor. But hey I’m here for the beer. They were out of the seasonal, so they brought me the root beer in the sampler instead. I appreciate that, good service all around. And the food was all made form scratch, and was accordingly pretty good. Better than the beer that’s for sure.