Tyler’s is the best tap room I’ve every had the privilege of enjoying. My friend and I counted over 80 different beers on tap as well as probably 30+ others in bottles. We had several different drafts and everything tasted fresh and crisp. The beer prices are a little bit higher than what you’d pay at your local bar but it’s well worth it for the selection. You’ll definitely find something worth drinking here. The food was casual dining fare but was excellent. I would highly recommend Tyler’s Taproom and look forward to going back there soon!
lithy (156) Capital of Appalachia, Pennsylvania | June 30, 2009
Ran into Old Growth on my visit. Great tap list, will do growlers, more in bottles. Pretty good food. Bartender gave me samples of beers that we chatted about which was cool, didn’t even ask for them.
Came here once with ethan for special beer they had on tap. I think it was a BA Foothills Peoples Porter. Similar to other Tylers but a little smaller but I liked it. They always seem to have better beers on tap out there instead of Carrboro. I don’t understand why.
I enjoy Tylers in Durham so I was happy to see this new addition to the Apex area. I have been in there twice now. Here are my thought - ambiance: looks like a food court - not nearly as cool as the one in Durham in the old tobacco mills. Service: I had to ask for the beer menu - twice. I am not there for the food, please give me a beer menu with my food menu - do not make me ask for it. And then we had to ask someone to take our order. Food: Terrible - both times. Got the french dip sandwhich on my second visit and it consisted of 2 thin pieces of shoe leather they were trying to pass of as roast beef. My future visits here - I will go back because it is convenient - will be limited to a beer at the bar. They at least have not messed up the beer part of things.