The food is below average dive bar quality, so really quite bad, and expensive. A side of fries was $8!! Plenty of TVs and a pretty decent selection of beers. Unfortunately, none of them are really good, and when I ordered the sampler the waitress argues with me over which beers I ordered. The beers are decent so better to try and find them outside of the brewery or stop by and get them to go.
Visited in December 2013. Pretty big and nice place located in a good neighborhood. Speciality burger I had was good. You get a t-shirt if you can eat it in under 5 minutes. Service was good also. Only tried the General Sherman IPA, which I did like.
Visited twice over the years. Went once on a Wednesday night (the day before Thanksgiving) and it was packed. Had to park down the street. There was some live music going which was cool but squeezing into the bar and getting a flight of 15 beers was not easy. Cool atmosphere and good service but the beer was meh. Might stop in again if I ever take 99 up to the bay area.
I went here pretty much just to try the Jacob Marleywine. It wasn’t all that good, unfortunately. I tried a couple other things, they were also meh. The service was at least friendly. Kind of a weird crowd, but I guess that’s Fresno for you. I wouldn’t really bother to come back here unless I just happened to be in the area.
This is yet another generic American brewpub which offers run-of-the-mill food, well-made but forgettable brews and a restaurant with tvs and families everywhere. Nothing bad per say, but nothing outstanding either. There is not much in the area in the way of craft beer, so if I were to drive through again, I would probably stop over for lunch once more.