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My first trip to MA went great. Good sized crowd. Friendly staff. Good beer. Great musician playing in the corner. We sat inside after getting a great pizza from the mobile truck stand out front. I would return.
There are many beers on tap. We got two flights and got to try 10 beers. Some I thought wouldn't appeal to me actually did. Loved the Dino Ape Hanger Ale and the Jester Nectar. Really friendly staff. Enjoyed talking with them. Clean. Off the...More
Well we finally made it here. My wife and I do enjoy craft beers, but felt little incentive to venture to Middle Ages tap room as the few offering or theirs I had had to date didn’t excite me. There was also the out of...More
I was looking forward to a ice cold brew as it was a very hot day I tried their Salt City IPA and was disappointed there is no hint of hops in the taste or aroma of this brew. One other tidbit this establishment was...More
This is one of few craft breweries open on a Monday. They have a nice variety of craft brews so most people could find a brew to enjoy. Some of their brews are only available on tap. They do have some available in cans and...More
Definitely worth a visit if you like beer. 11 taps, super friendly staff, reasonable price, tasty local jerry on sale (if the guy is around). Definitely recommend if you're in the area and appreciate a good beer
I think Middle Ages and Empire offer the best local beers for Syracuse. Middle Ages beers are a bit more diverse, I like their IPA's and Highlander. No food to speak of here aside from chips/munchies, standing room/bar only. Worth a trip!!!
The waitress was extremely stressed and obvious understaffing at airport location on the A gates. Took over 30 min to get our food. Beer is fine but you better have a lot of time to deal with this place. Rueben was very juicy and squirted...More
It's dudes drinking good beer and shooting the breeze. Oddly, there's no chairs in the small tasting room, which I guess is to keep people from lingering too long. The wit was nice, as was the IPA. Friendly staff.