Super cool place on the east side of the river. It’s small and the tap list isn’t huge, but the atmosphere and decor is fantastic.
Suttree (220) Knoxville, Tennessee | November 28, 2008| Updated March 21, 2014
We stopped by about an hour before the place was supposed to open but the owner/brewer was gracious and more than happy to pour us a couple of beers. It is in a dicey looking area, but the interior is clean and well thought out, if a bit cozy. There is a huge patio area, but it was too cold to sit there - we can’t wait to go there when its warmer out. Really cool place.
Quirky, but wonderful place to visit. Feels like somebody put their barrels in an old garage that has nice nooks and crannies. Outdoor patio looks inviting, but not on a snowy night. Bartender is proud of the beers, customers are knowledgeable and friendly, beers are very good. Fun place.
interesting place, can be a tad tricky to find, but cool place to hang out, especially in good weather where you take advantage of the outdoor area. the IPA window is a nice touch, is seperate from the rest of the bar. beer selection is good, they have a nice range. no food available, they offere peanuts, but food trucks show up here regularly, they show movies outside in the nicer weather. I like to visit early as it’a downhill walk to get here and uphill to the rest of town.
Super cool location in West Asheville. Total hipster and a bit of Austin to this open area outside just by the train tracks. Nice limited menu of beers. Samplers available: 4 for $6. Saw a food truck outside.
Great brews on tap. The vibe is renovated warehouse with no A/C and the occasional train in the backyard. The location is surrounded by other renovated warehouses inhabited by artists so it inherits their eclectic vibe. They show movies on the side of an old delivery truck on saturdays. The beers are all fantastic, though they do love citrus in their brews. Would come back in cooler weather.
Very relaxed with a walk up ordering counter and then a bunch of outdoor options for seating, corn hole, food truck. It was busy but they were very speedy and even let me order the IPA inside instead of walking around to the outside like the signs said. Small but varied selection of their own brews. No food- just peanuts or the food truck. Prices seemed average for Asheville.
lithy (156) Capital of Appalachia, Pennsylvania | July 11, 2010
Very cool brewery spot that was packed, not much inside space though. Free peanuts and good prices on pours but no sampler available at the time I was there (I think this was day specific or something). Nice beer garden with live music.
I tried, but I just couldn’t get into this one. There’s no food. No waiter service. No air conditioning and it’s ungodly hot. They do allow dogs, which is nice, but enough to overcome the shortcomings. Maybe I was unlucky, but they only had four beers on tap when I got there. It was’t worth the trip, really, other than to find new brews to rate.
The wedge 7/18/11... Bad-fukken-ass place. No frills, artsy metal graveyard, art gallery, dirt parking lot on the underpass in a warehouse, packed at 7 on a monday! You really have to know where youre going to get here. Beer’s great, food truck out front, out side seating in the lot, very relaxing chill spot.
This is the best PLACE in ash... so far.