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Reviews by northaustin:
4.05/5 rDev +4.9%
was in early on a weekday. entered through the back and was greeted by an entire wall of empty vintage bottles, on the other wall were old fireman knick knacks which were enjoyable. inside is a massive two story restaurant with the bar like where the command station would be on a spaceship.
i had the flame thrower burger and a whiskey barrel aged scottish ale. the burger was amazing. hot as shit and full of flavor. i could say the same thing about the beer but in a bad way. it was an alchohol sledge hammer that hit you like supermarket birthday cake style.
service was same ol same ol.
the selection was much better than i was expecting from a place that at first seemed to be more focused on the restaurant. there was a fairly diverse selection of regular brews (amber, copper, wheat, ipa, scottish, red) as well as five seasonals and a barrel aged or cask selection.
as mentioned earlier the food was dank.
prices were average to above average on the food, but relatively inexpensive for the brews. it was an awesome place to just happen upon and i highly recommend stopping by if youre in the area.
07-16-2010 01:25:36 | More by northaustin
More User Reviews:
3.71/5 rDev -3.9%
Went here on a sunday afternoon with my gf and my dog. Found a table on the patio, lots of open space overlooking downtown longmont. Host who sat us took our drink order and brought my dog some water which was really cool of him. Our actual server only came by once to check on us after we had already gotten served, I overheard another server say that they all pool tips so Its not a big deal. After we had a flight of 5 beers our server showed up and asked if we wanted our bill which I thought was kinda rude since most servers would first ask if we were doing ok or needed anything else. We took our bill since we had a couple more breweries to hit up in the area. The beers we did have were slightly above average plus they had a ton of bottled beer from other local and national breweries. We didn't have any food but I looked through the menu and it seemed to offer a wide variety of things. Prices were below the average of most places, I would go back there again for the nice patio, good selection and value.
08-11-2014 17:25:50 | More by angelmonster
4.01/5 rDev +3.9%
So..5 bucks for an Imperial Stout mixed from the last 8 years worth of batches! Best sweet potato fries ever! I was here right at opening on a Monday on a beer trip from Minnesota. Pints are 4.50 for in house. Fantastic prices for guest cans/bottles. 4.50 for Racer 5. 5 bucks for Union Jack. 4.50 for SKA MH.
05-05-2014 17:47:47 | More by Kenai4
Pumphouse Brewery in Longmont, CO
88 out of 100 based on 34 ratings.