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This place is large and clean. Beers are IPA, hoppy with a few others mixed in not really our style but we liked their Pilsner and hard cider. They offer a small menu which is great because many breweries lack food options so that’s great....More
In an otherwise quiet town with nothing much to do, there's a great startup called the Chatham Brewery. They have an extensive and ever-changing offering of ales and stouts and cider and IPAs, etc., and they serve good pub fare (I recommend the fish &...More
A nice brewery with outside seating. As someone who does not care for IPA's I chose the darker beers. The stout was okay but was not heavy enough for my taste. I did like the regular porter and bought a growler. I wasn't a fan...More
Went recently on a Sunday afternoon. Food items limited and they were out of one of the things that we wanted to order, but it was pretty much a moot point as the service was terrible. The place was not crowded when we went, but...More
Go for brew not food. The very limited menu is Korean wings or Thai sandwiches buried in sesame oil. So much oil it leaked thru basket onto table with slats onto trousers now with giant oil stain. At first all they did was say sorry...More
Out to dinner, we had time to stop in for a beer and appetizer. Craft beers are not our forte, but the highlight of our visit was the well-informed server who patiently explained the unique flavors and offered me a sample. The visit was a...More
My wife and I visited Chatham Brewing recently on a rainy Sunday. The beers were quite good. I ordered a flight of 4 brews, with my favorites being the Bock & Bock Doppelbock and the Shine On! Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Porter. We also had soup...More