I used to be a bigger fan of Lost Rhino but their beer is more mainstream than true craft brew. I still like there staple beers and they are good drinking but more geared towards the masses.
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Lost Rhino brews a nice variety of beer and they infuse as many local food items into their menu. While they carry a few beers on as "guest tap," their own stash has everything from a light Kolsch to a darker porter. We've made entire meals out of just their appetizer offering. From their fresh hot pretzels with warm cheese... More
I don't come out to Ashburn that often, so when my friend recommended this place it sounded good. It's in kind of an industrial area so I wasn't sure I wasn't sure I was in the right place at first. The beer was good. Can't vouch for the food but the place was packed.
I had a few hours to burn and I stopped by the Rhino for some beers and a bite to eat. The Mussels were fantastic and they provided a lot of Mussels for my money. Of course, the beers were outstanding and tasty. They had a decent size crowd during the mid afternoon on a Saturday. My bar neighbor struck... More
I loved me some beer, I came for the beer and I stayed for the food. It is a noce play to chill with friends and family. Great spot!
Went here for a get together, not much changed since the last trip, same old beers. Loaded with crying kids and picnic benches.
We love coming here on our way to the movies next door. The selection of craft beer on tap is awesome, but the food is excellent as well. The mani magi fish tacos are always super fresh and flavorful, and the chili is great, too. Fave beers are Final Glide and Faceplant.
Brewery is in business park / commercial space with no other restaurants or places really around so you go here leave- i.e. Nothing else to do in the area re shops or other restaurants. As a result interior is pretty bland and feels more like a warehouse. Beer selection was very good as well as they have a terrific root... More
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