Large tavern with multiple rooms and a patio. Service was very friendly and helpful. Tap list was expansive with lots of 3 Floyd’s. Food was pretty good. Only issue is the high price of sample tray. $15 for 5 is way too high.
Easy to find corner location with street Parking. Quiet mid-afternoon visit with bar on right and another room on left with tables for food and beverages. Freindly bartender and she had good knowledge of beers and seemed to be bartender, cook and server and did all well. 58 taps and I had three new beers. Did not get to eat. Enjoyed the visit and this is the second time there.
A true gem - incredible tap selection. Food was good, standard pub fare. Went there for lunch - not too crowded but only one waitress who was working her butt off. Definitely worth a trip - I’m not sure how they are able to support as many taps as they do (most of the clientele was drinking macros while I was there). Hopefully craft beer lovers will allow this place to maintain their selection.
been meaning to come here since my first few visits to the area. walked in to a long bar area, which was completely empty except for the chill bro working the bar. tap list was legit, with over 36 beers on tap and 12 of them three floyds. Menu was pretty much pizza/ bar food but the sausage roll was awesome. I will be back if I ever have time when I can chill around the Fort Wayne area.
The draw for this place is the tap list. They have an insane amount of great beer on tap and they bring new beers in frequently. The food is good pub grub, but I haven’t eaten much of the menu. The staff is nice and will let you taste if you don’t know if you want to buy. This is a great stop if you find yourself stuck in the Ft. Wayne area.
From outside the place looks like any other small town bar with pool tables, regulars etc. BUt when you step in and see the taps lined up in the bar, I say WOW. Great staff and service, food was excellent. Had a such a tender steak. Samplers from their tap selection. What else could you ask ;-). Highly recommended.
Was in Fort Wayne for a wedding. Ratebeer told me that this was the best beer bar in the city, so I took a cab (it was about 17 minutes away from downtown). Very impressive selection, tons of good taps, and a huge selection of Three Floyds, even. On one side, the menu is sorted by region, on the other, it’s sorted by style, very cool touch. One of the bartenders seemed to be serving us, she was patient and never kept us waiting long. There is a long bar with lots of taps, decent decor, and a separate dining area that I didn’t really check out. My company griped about the heavy metal that was being played, but it wasn’t very loud so I hardly noticed it, personally. I ordered a bunch of local DIPAs that all came in pints, I’m not complaining about that. I think most were $6. At some point we were handed a half-pitcher of Zombie Dust by someone, that was a nice surprise. A bit out of the way from Fort Wayne, but a very satisfying experience overall. I would have liked to spend much more time there.
First time visit on 2/5/09. Did not like the fact that smoking is allowed in the bar so sat in the family room which made me feel isolated from the rest of this establishment. Service was friendly and timely. Ordered the fish and chips which was very good. The Bells Bourbon Barrell Double Cream/Expedition Stout beer was excellent! Thanks to Greg for being able to offer this beer to people like myself who enjoy and appreciate "good" beer! A good visit; however, I enjoy sitting in the bar area when at a bar but it was just too smokey when I was there.
Cliff (72) The Land of Milk and Honey, Ohio | April 9, 2014
Put prices on your menu! No prices on menu and I was shocked when my 2 beers were $15! Other than that its a great place. Largest selection of FFF I have seen outside of their own brewpub. Recommended for sure.
queenholly (42) South Whitley, Indiana | February 17, 2012| Updated March 26, 2013
I feel compelled to update my original review. I still maintain the craft beer tap selection is the best available in this part of the state. However, over the last few months and visits, I’ve watched the quality of the food go from standard pub fare, to downright tragic. On my last visit, my entree was inedible, so I sent it back to the kitchen. The replacement they sent was no better, so I left the plate untouched and let my waitress know it wasn’t edible. The waitress made no attempt to offer any type of compensation, or get a manager involved, and I was still charged full price for the meal. I was pretty put out, because my tab included quite a bit of beer and two other sub par meals for my companions. Obviously, this also changes how I feel about the service. Having worked my way through college as a waitress, I know that being rude and unpleasant to the wait staff is out of order, but I was feeling rather tempted to throw a fit. The place is still a great destination for beer, and I absolutely love their BrewHaven festival in August, but buyer beware the food.