Went their with Kleyland and ran in to fellow ratebeer member skaughty. We found the ambience pretty nice. Food was a little weird for my taste. Would have liked a few more beers on tap and maybe some higher gravity offerings. Still enjoyed the place. Staff was good. Didnt hit up the bar.
Nice place, although without much character. Only had a couple of appetizers, but they were pretty good, if a bit expensive. Stout was good as was the BW. The West Coast Pale was pretty good as well. Met the brewer, really nice guy. Good place.
I can’t believe I forgot to rate this one. Stopped in with SoLan and Crizay. Very solid beers and very tasty food. Nice decor, great staff and the owner sort of spotted us as beer lovers and offered to open up some stuff from his personal stash. Sadly, we didn’t have time. It’s a great brewpub though and the beers are worth a stop alone, but the food is also quite tasty and everything was very reasonably priced, which is the case all over Georgia it seems.
Nice big place--cavernous really, with high, wood ceilings. It’s situated at the end of a strip mall parking lot, so the location is completely characterless, but also completely typical American in that respect. (Main thing is that there is good parking, right?) No burgers on the menu, but good food. A little on the up-scale side and a little pricy. But at the same time the bartenders and servers had jeans and Ts. That didn’t quite add up. Decent beer and overall a nice place to visit and hang.
A fabulous brewpub. I have never been disappointed by any of their offerings. The food is absolutely fabulous - it is as much a restaurant as a pub. 5 Seasons is perfect for having meetings or parties because they have an enclosed porch and a side room that can both accommodate large groups. This brewpub is easy to find - right off Roswell Road just inside I-285 - and parking is plentiful; plus, it is on the #5 Sandy Springs MARTA route.
This is the best brewpub I’ve ever visited, and I’ve visited many. The reason is simple: fantastic beer, fantastic food, and fantastic atmosphere. It was a little out of the way to get to (not on the subway, so we took the subway then a bus, and had to keep our eyes peeled) but after a long day of too touristy downtown Atlanta this was worth the trip. I am a big hophead, and there were no really hoppy beers on tap. Yet, the dubbel was fantastic, better than the Rochefort 10, which is my favourite. I shy from pilsner and lager styles, yet their Hellle was really good. The Scotch Ale was excellent and my girlfriend and I both pretty much passed out over the Barleywine. And the desserts. Oh, the desserts. The least impressive was their signature Seven sisters, which was pretty bland compared to all the great stuff we had before that. I would like to taste what else they brew, because this, though a small selection, was top notch. Just go.
I took my wife here to enjoy some organic food after a she tolerated a long day of driving and beer hunting with me. The service was solid, with an attentive Bosnian (we asked) waitress who always had another set of hands available when needed. Our table for two left tablespace for food, beers, and menus or rating sheets a bit thin. The food was much better than the average brewpub, having both variety and quite a few specials. Only 4 of 5 beers on tap though, and the Munich Helles had run out. All beers were enjoyable by me and I would think the general public, although I was hoping for a more diverse and exotic offering. IMHO a few additional aging & serving tanks & taps would go a long way here - hint to management. I noticed quite a few wine and water drinkers - so sad.
Beers are usually very good according to my palate. Food is pretty decent but not incredible nor unique, although service and staff have never given me a bad experience. Not a high selection of beers, but the quality keeps me coming back when I’m in the craving for their brews. This is a great place to go with friends to talk and kill off a few pints and a few hours.
This is a top of the line brew pub! The food menu is quite impressive, but expensive. The food was great! The beer menu never seems to end. I have yet to try as many as they will let me! A must stop while in ATL!!!!! Bigtime brewers.