jedinord (24) St. Petersburg, Florida | February 1, 2010| Updated February 9, 2010
This is a great new place run by true beer lovers. I was greeted with friendly smiles, a fantastic beer selection, and fun and casual conversation with other patrons as well as the owners. Tampa Bay needs more places like Willard’s Tap House.
cheap (231) Beaver Valley, Beaver County, Pennsylvania | December 12, 2011
Stopped here on the way back from the Tampa airport. This place is small inside and only focus is beer. The tapp selection is really good, they are well equipped for just about about any kind of beer drinking exerience you wsh. Very detailed beer menu all over the place. Friendly bartenders and they also have a very decent sampler, 4 for $8 and this includes the very expensive ones and the size of the samplers are large. Very pleased with this beer drinken experience. Lots of cigar city brews on tap.
Another Tampa area jewel with 40 taps, all decent to exceptional offerings, very limited food menu (cheese, chops, fish spread) but will allow take out food (pizza parlour next door). Very RB friendly. 4 X 4on samples for 7$. Very good!
Pretty good sized bar with tables. Board games to play. Tons of beer bottles and other memorabilia on the walls. A lot of locals and people who knew each other were there. One bartender working, but he was very fast and nice. 40 taps and a good mix of local beer and national, international. The prices were good and samples available. Nice place to have a few beers.
Small space in the corner of a small strip mall. 40 or so well chosen taps and some bottles with an emphasis on the bigger beers, lots of hoppy options. They also had 3 meads from B. Nektar. I can definitely find something to drink here. I met one of the owners Blaine, he is a committed beer guy who does a great job. I found the service to be very good. I would definitely go back.
Small square space at the street side end of a tiny tiny strip mall. It has a healthy sized square shaped bar right in the middle of the space where the whole place has a worn in to very worn in feel and look. They do manage to cram in a lot of seats for the limited floor space. 40 taps here where a couple of them will make the geek in you happy. For instance tonight they have on 3 French Hens as well as Great Divide Espresso Oak Aged Yeti and there’s also the ever present Randals (yes plural). I also see some B. Nectar meads available too. I do get the feeling they are over-whelmed or under staffed even on a night with the place about 1/3 full. The downer I get here too, other than the slow service and slightly unfriendly vibe, is that they serve the beer far too cold which does not help their hoppy tap offerings one bit. Will anyone ever learn hoppy ales (or any ale really) are not to be served frikin’ ice cold! Turn the damn chill down and serve the lagers in chilled glassware. As I leave I notice the ambient music is just loud enough to cause conversation to be a bit strained. If I lived close to here this would easily be my main place to head for a hoppy draft brew.