This place is pretty good as far as brewpubs go. The wheat was very hoppy - more of a pale ale with hints of wheat. The brown ale was good and the oatmeal stout was probably the best. The food is good, not great. A nice looking place that I would go back to the next time I’m in town.
Went here for lunch. Had some teryaki chicken and the 6 beer sampler. The beers were not great but they were good and it was a fun time. It is no longer a Brewpub at the Greenville location as the brewmaster has left and just sells his beer to the resturant. Staff was friendly but the place felt like it was dying, which could be because I was there at 4pm on a monday. Nonetheless I left happy.
The brewery has a cool look inside with the brewing vats in three different locations. The food is really good, but the beers weren’t that great. I was hoping to have the hopzilla, but it wasn’t on tap. Overall, it’s a nice place to go for dinner.
Went on a Wednesday night. Located in a strip mall. Place is rather nice, with large screen TVs inside and also a nice beer garden area outside. Beer selection was kinda weak, as they didn’t have a lot of their normal beers available. However, they did have about seven beers on tap and it was $1 pint night (as it is every Wednesday). The service started out slow, but after we finally got served, our waiter was very good (plus they were crowded, so I cut him some slack). The food was pretty good, as their wood fired pizzas were very good. Nice place to hit while in town, especially on Wednesdays.
I liked the layout of the place, but it was a lazy afternoon with little going on at the time. The food seems a small step above regular pubgrub. Slow service, but the barmaid was nice looking. The beers, alas, were a bit below average. Drinkable but not exciting. But it was close to the convention that I was at, and a welcome change from what’s been available at the bars there.
They keep it dark, on a Sunday noon, and this is depressive. The waiter as usual is kind but doesn’t understand the beers and misses one. The beers are really ordinary, apart form a Barley Wine that tastes like Bigfoot. The food is ok.
The food was pretty good. The beer was nothing grat but no bad beers. When i was leaving i wanted to buy to bottled beers, it toook almost 10 min. Someone from the back had to come and unlock the cooler then i had to go to the bar and pay for the bottle. I could not buy them at the register right next to the cooler and shirts.
Service was good when they came around, very friendly but not often around. Food was solid. Beers were lacking and staff lacked experience. They serve every beer in a frosty glass, even the oatmeal stout. This makes it take a little longer since you have to let it warm before trying it.