Living in the Pacific Northwest, I am accustomed to small microbreweries. It is evident that these folks are trying real hard. They succeed on several levels, and falll short on a couple.
First the beer. I would have liked to take a taste before buying a pint, but that wasn't an option. Every craft beer has a different taste so allowing a taste before a purchase just makes plain sense. The beer I chose was cold and refreshing, if a little bitter.
My husband ordered their flight and he was impressed by the pours he selected.
It wasn't overly crowded when we went it so we had our pick of the tables outside. The metal chairs could stand come cushions.
All in all it is a quaint microbrewery with a decent beer.
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