Stopped here on a Sunday night and had a sampler at the bar. Located in an industrial area, not to far from Sac City Community College. The place was crowded, it was cold outside, and there appeared to be a non-stop line of people coming in to get their growlers filled. Nice bar usiing old railroad rails for supports and foot rests, and picnic tables layed out in a larger room. The head brewer Ryan was pouring and was very informative about his product, the brewing system, and beer in general. I have a feeling this little brewery is going places.
New Years Day, a little before one. May or may not have been the first person into the place. Sort of divided into two connecting garage spaces, plenty of seating out front and a food truck outside. Staff was super friendly and social, very nice considering theyíd had an anniversary event the night before, on NYE.
Still some of the event beers (sours) from the night before, which made for a nice selection of things to try.
Flights were done differently than anywhere else Iíve been. $10 or so gets you a rather nice glass that you get to keep and then 4 sampler sized pours of anything on tap. Since I didnít want to try and fly home with 2 glasses I decided to try to work my way through the rest in half pint form, but then was informed that I could keep sampling everything else for under $2/3oz pour. Sold. Beers were great, staff was great. Very much worth the trip for me.
Brewery in an industrial location, easy street parking. Brewery is i in two rooms, the one on the left holds the bar and some tables, that on the right is more tables and the bathrooms. Tasters come in a set of four, apparently with the class, for 12$ or so. They serve the flights one at a time and give you bottle caps to keep track of you while they are doing that. Beer has some high points, but not great overall.
Industrial park brewery with a fair amount of space. Sort of divided into two seating areas and they also have a "patio". There is a decent amount of parking available as well.
Small bar to place your order but not sit at. Thereís plenty of seating and space available in the brewery. Brewing equipment right across from their cold box.
They had about 8 or 9 draft beers available and put on a special firkin that day as well. They do a keep the glass flight and all beers are also available in individual tasters, full pours, and I think just about everything was available for growler fills, too.
Beer was pretty decent, particularly when compared to some of the other options in town. Definitely worth a stop.
Worth going to just to get the Panic IPA. Real brewery experience, sat next to a bin of steaming mash. Very industrial vibe, first hand view of the brewing operations. Indoor and outdoor seating available.
This is yet another brewery in a warehouse/industrial area. They usually have about 7 beers on tap or so. Plenty of space inside. Food trucks are the food option. Decent amount of parking. Bartenders are nice. The beer isnít bad, and I would say itís now above average. When this place first opened, the beer wasnít very good at all. Happy that they are stepping up their game.
Nice small brewery with a small patio and indoor picnic table seating. Tanks by the tasting room counter. Growler fills available on most beers. Good selection of drafts served in half pints to pints. Flights available in four 3 ounce pours and you get to keep the nice tulip/snifter, though they seemed more like 4 ounce pours which was nice. Bartender offered to give me a clean glass at the end of my flight which was appreciated. A few bottles available to go or to drink on-site. Food appears to be food trucks. Pretty good place, well worth a look.
Cool little place, diverse group of people on a Saturday afternoon and not overly crowded. Warehouse location with roll-up doors and some shade canopyís out side with picnic tables inside. Great bartenders and servers. 4-6 taps going with samples of each. Everything I tried was exceptional