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We enjoy trying new breweries in the Northeast area so we decided to give this one a try. Cool decor with lots of places to sit. For the people who drank the beer they considered it average. Typical pricing usually around 5 to $6 for...More
I met a friend here to sample a few beers and started with a flight of Walls End, Bitter Fool, Red Headed Piper and Publican Ale then finished with a tulip of Fiddle Smasher. They had prearranged "flight of the day" so i asked to...More
Great interpretation of British beer styles. Stopped by on a rainy Saturday afternoon, The place was busy, Growler sale for Memorial Day weekend so lots of traffic. Great beer choices, Football (Soccer) on the TV, Lots os scarves hanging from the rafters so I assume...More
They had a double IPA with grapefruit juice that was very smooth. I have been on the weekend and there has always been a food truck outside. I have sampled several different brews and they each closely match their descriptions.
We happened upon this brewery when we were at the distillery a few doors down. The bartender was friendly and helpful. The atmosphere was typical brewery which I like. I enjoyed the beer I had as did my friend. We had several people check on...More
I love beers on Nitro, heck I can even handle a double IPA on Nitro! Last Saturday they had 6 beers on Nitro and I tried 3 of them, a porter, ESB and then an amber that they blended called the Bitter Celt? All of...More
I went to their weekly Drink for a Cause event last night and had a wonderful time. I like that it's easy to get to and parking is ample and free. I like that it's right next to a distillery for those who have other...More
Love the atmosphere of their tap room and the beers are fantastic. Their Frackin' IPA is a surprisingly good malt balanced approach to a double IPA. They recently started serving a Bitter Celt, which floats their Nitro Pub Ale over the Red Headed Piper combining...More