Came here 10.10.2017. Large brewpub a bit outside of the city. They brew their own beers (6) under the 'Reckless' brand. Tried the Pale Ale which was 'ok'. Totally they have around 50 beers on tap. Quite an interesting selection of mainly Easy Coast beers and 2 from the hand pump. Also good variety of some rare bottle beers, a lot of Belgium stuff. Food was also 'ok'. Had a Maryland crab cake. Did not like the ambience but beer selection is worth a stop if you come by.
Free dedicated parking lot. Service was pretty good. Both draft and bottle menu was good. They had a handful of Push beers on tap. I had a steak burrito which was very good. Prices were good. I would come back.
Afternoon stop. Fairly off the beaten path, tons of free lot parking. Moderately empty on a Monday, Good taplist, including 6 of their beers and a bunch of guest taps with a local bias. Service friendly, if a little preoccupied. Happy to hand out free tasters. Did not try the food. No flights available, not even of their beers. Every beer has a single size pour, pints for IPA’s and the like. No half pours, tasters, etc, which is a real downer. Digital tap board lists what is on tap, but does not show serving size or cost. My two pints were 6$ for the house beer and $8 for the guest, both pints. I guess I understand why this place gets such good scores, but no small pours is a major downer in my book. Did not check the bottle list,
Very good place in the middle of nowhere, with some pretty good house beers and a great selection of other local and U.S. stuff. Main problem here is the selection is so big but you can’t get anything less than a pint - not even a half pint. Not a great way to sample beer in a place that you have to drive to. Great food - I had the pork sandwich. Would definitely come here if in the area.
Love this place. Most Tuesdays my fiancé does an afternoon run and I often meet up with him here when he finishes. The staff are very attentive. The beer lineup changes on a regular basis. There is always something new to try every week.
This is the place to go for a large selection of craft beers and the occasional "white whale." Their house brand "push" is often a good choice as well. The food is good and the setting good as well. My only small complaint is the wait staff always pretends no to know the prices. The pattern is consistent, if you ask: the penalty is an extra 5 minutes until you get your beer. To end on a positive, during the daytime the place is kid-friendly and the wait-staff is always professional and attentive.
Ambiance: Solid Decoy of beer decals around the walls, solid long bar with plenty of seating, tables all around and couches along the wall. Really comfortable atmosphere.
Service: Bartender was decent, prompt and knowledgeable
Selection: Over 60 beers on tap, plus bottles. To my surprise, they also started brewing recently and had 4 of their offerings of their own. Solid array of styles and quality
Food: Had the buffalo meat burger and rice, cooked very nicely
Value: 3 beers plus the burger was $37 bucks.
Solid Place to stop into and would be better in the future with more of their own beers flowing too.
GenDV138 (386) Falls Church, Virginia | February 5, 2014| Updated August 27, 2016
Been here a bunch of times as my friend lives in the area and frequents often. Good selection of draft beers along with two casks and a decent bottle list. Beers are mostly served in standard 16 ounce pint glasses or 10 ounce goblets depending on ABV. Small brewery in-house that usually has a couple offerings on draft and occasionally cask, including collaborations with popular microbreweries. They don’t list beer prices which is a bit weird. Would be nice if they did 4-6 ounce pours. Food is pretty good though a bit pricy, pizzas and sandwiches are some favorites. They have some nice lunch/dinner specials and there’s only a few food items I wouldn’t order again. No happy hour specials as far as I can tell. Parking can fill up during busy hours but they have free valet service and street parking.