Stunning location on the water overlooking fields of grapes. Service was busy but pleasant, no flights or tasters "Not A Taproom" is very well enforced. Selection is small and beers are not very good. Not a great ticking or drinking spot.
One of my favorite places. Tourists and locals mix well, and it does get busy.On the deck people share picnic tables and we meet great people every time. They make beer with character, staff is great, sandwich is best in the area. Nowhere better to be than on the deck with a beer when a thunderstorm is coming down the lake, then run inside when it gets there. They also have a small but decent selection of wine. Steep gravel driveway and a bit hard to see if you’re going north.
Wasn’t looking for this place but found it. Place was rocking pretty hard considering it was only 4PM. Seemed like it was loaded up with locals. The place has a vacation/roadhouse kind of vibe. Cheap beers, mostly their own as well as a few guest taps. There was a cooler with some bottles but we weren’t really there for that. You walk through a pretty dark, log cabin kind of setup and then out onto an absolutely killer patio. It’s worth the trip just to take in the view. The beer was okay, but the place is still awesome.
Hopping spot on a Saturday afternoon. Though busy, bartenders were efficient in serving the crowd. I tried the Dirty Shepherd brown ale... EXCELLENT. They had not only their beer on tap, but also had other local craft offerings available as well. Nice touch.Enjoyed the brew on the deck overlooking Seneca Lake. Spectacular view! Definitely worthy of a return visit.
When we arrived we were greeted by John the owner. He is very friendly and inviting. Service for beer, food and T-shirts was fast and friendly. Warm cozy bar, nice for drinking and shooting darts. The roast beef sandwich with secret horseradish sauce was delicious. The deck is a great place to relax, have a beer with friends and enjoy the great view.
Great place. Can only order pints, but they will let you sample a few. Did not notice a menu, but a day of wine and booze tasting might have had something to do with that. Great selection of beers and the ones I tasted were very good! Will return.
My cousin and I stopped here on the way to Finger Lakes distilling. It’s a little barn looking building. Maybe 12 taps with I think 6 of their own brews and a few guests. They also had a few bottles in a cooler. The only food item on the menu is a roast beef sandwich on a weck roll. Best roast beef sandwich I’ve ever had. Definitely stop if you’re up that way.
Swung by on the way back from Finger Lakes Distillery. Spotted the sign and pulled in to check it out. Nice little place. You walk in to the bar area. About a dozen or so taps, lots of their own beers but a few guest taps, and a cooler full of bottles of various stuff. Service is at the bar. It was crowded with a few tasting tours, but service was prompt. They have one food item on the menu, the roast beef on weck, but it was really tasty. Definitely worth a stop for a few drinks and the sandwich.
Very cool location on the side of a hill overlooking the lake, very nice view. It is small inside but we grabbed a table and tried the beers. Their house beers were OK, they also serve some other bottles and have some other things on tap. They have some food but we did not eat. Very small but a cool place to drink I would come back here if I was in the area again.