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4.35/5 rDev +4.6%
This is my favorite pub in the Wichita area. While the layout seems odd, it works and adds to the atmosphere of a small pub. Service is good, but not great, mostly due to the layout, which is not friendly to the servers.
Draught selection is very good. No brews of their own, but there is usually one or two from local breweries. From roughly 40 taps, there is usually one or two that I haven't had. Sours, Belgians, porters, stouts, IPA, and more are on the tap list.
I ate there for the first time today. Had a burger with a chorizo/beef mix, which was good.
06-10-2014 03:23:49 | More by KansasBeerLover
4.37/5 rDev +5%
The atmosphere of this place is like any small downtown hipsterish pub/coffeeshop. That's the feel. When you walk in, you instantly pick out those writing screenplays on their Macs. It's like that. Which is good, I think. It's has a very nice comfortable feel, very relaxed. You would expect them to have PBR only on tap, but as you walk past the glass to be seated you gander behind the bar to find several well picked taps, along with large fridges full of rare and fancy beer. It is unexpected, but welcoming.
The quality was excellent, nothing brought the place down. It's just a hipster pub, with excellent beer. You can tell by the details that someone has poured money into this place to get it where it is now.
Service was very good, nothing outstanding, which I generally never expect. We never longed for anything and weren't bothered by the waiter. We always had something to drink.
Selection is where this place really shines. They had triples, quads, seasonals, single casts, rare finds and top shelf selection. I had a Velvet Rooster, which is a nice triple, and the Serria Nevada 11.12.13 IPA right off the bat. I wasn't expecting beers like that. They had pages and pages of beer of all different types. An excellent selection!
I didn't get to have anything to eat unfortunately. However, it did look good.
The value really sells this place. You can get a triple for 3.5 here. Or you can pay 10 dollars a beer. It's all clearly labeled on the beer menu, which is very nice because it doesn't give us a surprise tab that beer drinkers can easily rack up.
A must stop for Old Town Wichita.
11-03-2013 16:21:20 | More by CSFerrier
The Anchor in Wichita, KS
92 out of 100 based on 27 ratings.