Last stop in Kentucky before heading north to Indiana. Small tasting room and brewery in kind of an industrial looking lot...used to be an auto shop of some sort, I’d imagine. Tasting room interior is tiny, but they make good use of the outdoor space. Unfortunately, it was raining fairly hard and the tents only did so much.
They had 10 beers on tap with a decent range of styles, but mostly pretty basic stuff (brown, cream, amber, blonde, etc.). Beer quality was sort of average. It’s not like anything was bad, but nothing that really impressed me a ton, either.
Service and people there were quite friendly. If the weather is nice, probably not a bad place to hang out outside and play some games while you drink some beers, but there just isn’t much room to sit and drink inside.
weihenweizen (429) Charleston Area, West Virginia | September 19, 2015| Updated September 21, 2015
The building was run down, but did like that the money from the event went to the dog shelter. I also liked the picnic outside area out front and crowd was good. Service was average. Beer was their own and their beers are just average.
Only has seating for four at tables and four at the bar inside, but there are several umbrella tables outside, along with a food truck. Brews are all Apocalypse, but there is variety, and 10-12 taps. Service was friendly and prompt, with 5 ounce samples going for
$2 each. Overall, worth a visit when you are in Louisville.
Visited here on a Saturday just after opening and it was already really crowded. The tasting room is small but the day was nice enough that plenty of people were out on the parking lot/patio. There’s no kitchen but they always have a food truck. There are 10 taps, all of which were flowing. Tasters were $2 each, a little high overall especially if you’re doing a big lineup. But the beers are good. The service is super friendly and they seemed to be working hard. Good place to visit if you’re in town on a Friday or Saturday evening.
Great little brewery here! A hidden treasure for sure. Problem is it’s small. You know a place is small when there are 12 patrons there (including myself) and it’s standing room only. The inside is a small bar with 10 taps, all Apocalypse brews. Beer styles vary, which is great. Something for everyone regardless of your craft beer tastes. And everything I have had by them have been spot on. Plus they aren’t afraid to experiment, so expect some unusual but tasty beers. There are a few tiny two-person tables and a few chairs at the bar. Enough for about 10 people inside. Very small area almost to the point of claustrophobia. Thankfully you can also drink outside in the patio area which has a few more tables and is quite a bit more spacious. The servers are the owners (at least I don’t think they have any employees). But they are extremely friendly and seem to be happy to engage patrons in beer talk. I got quite a few good money saving homebrew tips on my last visit. They have several different sizes and prices. You can get a small sample for free (I think), a 5 oz for $2 each, and a pint for $4 or $5 (don’t remember exactly). They also offer growler fills although I don’t remember the price. Food is from whichever food truck they have in that day (it varies) and parking is out on the street. And unfortunately they are only open for a few hours on Friday and Saturday nights. I really hope they expand or move to a larger place and expand their hours. I think they would do great business if so. Definitely make this a stop when on a beer trip in Louisville!