Arrived about 9PM on a Monday, doing a pretty light business of locals. Great service, very friendly and knowledgable. All beers available in a taster size, so you can work your way through exactly what you want to try. Nice bar with tables around the outside. Parking in the lot alongside, no problems there. Beers ranged from so so to pretty darn good. They are kind of getting into sours and are doing alright. The dry hopped Berliner was pretty tasty. A place to watch.
Looks nondescript from the road, but there is a lot of character on the inside, from barrel top tables and comfortable seating to the bar. Some games on the patio. Service was very friendly and helpful. Saw about 10 taps, and the 4 we tasted were all solid choices. A short detour of US Rte 50, between Salisbury and Ocean City.
Great, bustling neighborhood bar near Assateague beach with tons of rotating taps and cask beers. Lots of stuff that doesn’t turn up much in D.C., and everything is available by taster flight or 4 oz pour. Decent service. Cool patio, and great stop on the way home from the beach.
Read reviews and was looking forward to the trip, but was extremely disappointed. $6 beers or $4 tasters. Not much of a choice but to fork up extra cash for the full glass and hope you like it. Sour stout was one beer I regret ordering. They serve no food so I can't rate that. Shuffleboard table was only high point of trip
Unassuming place on the outside, just a stone building with a big parking lot, far enough away from the beach crowds. Inside, though, is a very characterful sea of wood, with a very long cozy bar. Nice selection of both their flagship stuff plus some local variants and brewpub-only stuff, as well as a few bottles to take away. They even had a cask variant served on a real handpull - although the attached sparkler might give pause to any CAMRA members who visit. Beers were tasty, service was quick and friendly. Worth going out of your way to try this place.
Nice tasting room inside with a good selection of Burley Oak’s beers on draft and one cask. Pints available for around $5 and taster glasses are $2 each. A few bottles available for take out. Friendly bartender. Well worth a stop.
sloth (81) Ceciltucky, Co., Maryland | December 6, 2014
Stopped by Burley on the way outta Berlin on a thurs. afternoon. Neat set up they have here! Nice bar, probably sits a dozen or so with some other seating available. They had about a dozen or so of their beers on draft with a few special releases available bottled. They also crowler 32oz,s for you if thats what you want. I dig the ambience, laid back and you can see the brewing facilities through the window behind the bar. Server was friendly and informative and the pissery was clean. Worth a stop if yer down in this neck of the woods!
Visited today driving home from a work training in nearby Ocean City. Nice smaller brewery, as we walked in the air was heavy with the aroma of spent grain. Inside has a long bar and tables, a chalkboard lists ~14 beers on tap. Staff were very friendly, not much of their stuff seems bottled (just special releases) but they growler and "crowler" which is pretty cool. Pricing was fair, I sampled everything they offered that day. Overall I will visit these guys again.
Visited on a Friday evening after the Seagull Century bike ride. It was quite busy. Nice small brewery tap room atomoshere with friendly and helpful staff. Five ounce tasters for two bucks a pop make this an affordable destination. Some very decent brews.