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Reviews by Floydster:
4.53/5 rDev +3.9%
The gut that owns this place is a real nice guy and he knows more about beer than anybody else except for Stan at Stuffed Sandwich that I have met
Had a pastrami sandwich here and it was good, but super small for the 6 dollars I paid for it
Took beers to go: Alaskan Winter Ale, Anderson Valley Winter Solstice, Anchor 2005 and 2006, Old Jubilation, Pyramid Snow Cap, Widmer Milk Stout, and Rocheforts
Good beers on tap as well: Full Sail Brewmaster's Reserve "Wreck the Halls," Racer X, Sierra Nevada Pale Bock
Got to get back there soon because they got Russian River Blind Pig IPA back in on tap
Been wanting to try that one for years
Prices are good for both tap beer and bottles to go, if you drink a bottle there, it will be about double the price because they have two different liquor licenses
Offer free tasters of all their beers
Do not have to by food to drink like SS
Downfall is that the place closes at 8 pm every night and that they rarely sell pitchers of their good beer
Missed trying Pliny the Younger here by 3 hours before it ran out and that really ruined my day
Probably the 2nd highest beer I want to try
Definitely go here if ever around Orange Country, interesting concept, and great place to enjoy a beer
09-08-2007 05:27:28 | More by Floydster
More User Reviews:
3.89/5 rDev -10.8%
Been here many times and the beers on tap never disappoint. I've had everything from a goose island tap takover (which had 3 of the bourbon county beers), to special and limited Lagunitas releases such as the waldo beer. Also they reguraly have pliny and blind pig on tap which is always a nice surprise. I used to go there for the sandwiches also but the sandwiches are fairy expensive, about 7-10 dollars for a single and 14-20 bucks for a double (which is ridiculous) and that accompanied with a 6-12 dollar beer really adds up quick.
Overall its a great spot if you want awesome beer and pretty good sandwiches, just be ready to pay about 20 dollars for one single sandwich and one beer. Service is sub par but for me the beer they have make up for it. Would recommend.
07-26-2014 21:05:08 | More by aoampm
Hollingshead's Delicatessen in Orange, CA
96 out of 100 based on 113 ratings.