Loved the food, beer, atmosphere & service! Returned the next day for another dose of beer/cheese soup!
All the beers were just "so, so",,, the place looked cool from the outside, but once in, just didn't feel all that great... We had to wait like 10 minutes to get seated,, ( early June ) and yet, there was nobody really in the place.. The food,,, Mmmm "so , so" In the end, I didn't feel all that... More
We hung out here in early July during a rainy day in Seward. We both did flights of beer and thought most were average. No real stand-outs as far as nose/taste/mouth feel or anything, so the beer was middle of the pack craft beer quality. Of the thirteen or so breweries/brew pubs we visited while in Alaska, this was probably... More
The clam chowder was very tasty, as was the beer. The restaurant has a pleasant, rustic ambiance. We all enjoyed our lunch.
The atmosphere and decor are not particularly appealing. Hard chairs, hard walls and somewhat loud. I'm cutting some slack here because turns out I was there a couple of days before it closed for the season. But: They were out of most beers. The food quality seemed a bit spotty but nothing was particularly special. Of our food the tuna... More
We enjoyed two evening meals at the Seward Brewing Company which is set in an old store and had a great atmosphere. The beers were good and I enjoyed being able to taste them as part of a beer flight - four beers served together in smaller glasses. We enjoyed the food and appreciated their efforts in creating some different... More
We stopped in just for beer, which was excellent. We didn't eat, but the menu looked very good. All the people were very friendly & were gave us great advice of things to see in town.
We weren't real hungry and we decided to have a chowder smackdown by having a bow of chowder and a beer at Seward Brewing and then going to Rays to try their chowder. Seward Brewing had the best chowder we had on our entire trip in Alaska. It was full of seafood, clams, crab, fish and the flavor was real... More
I had the red ale and it was tasty. I was disappointed by the truffle mac and cheese. I tasted no truffle oil and it was like the pasta was drowning in cheese sauce. I did like the atmosphere though. There was live music and it was very happening.
Seward has awful water that tastes and smells of coal. Why would anyone have a brewing company there? Having done it the least they could do is have decent food. Instead it was over priced and greasy.
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