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Cigar City Brewing

Cigar City BrewingCigar City Brewing

Type: Brewery, Bar

3924 W Spruce St
Ste A
Tampa, Florida, 33607-2441
United States

(813) 348-6363 | map

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Added by BeerAdvocate on 07-26-2008

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Photo of Billolick
4.25/5  rDev -5.1%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.25

First stop in Tampa on a recent mini vacation visit...its very close to the airport, and made for a relaxing spot to unwind a bit from the usual airport stress.

Large bar and growler fill area up front, with ample options to go in a couple of refrigerators. And a larger/longer bar area towards the rear. Friendly staff, comfortable and low key athmosphere, tons of CC options on tap, bottle, cans and growler fills. Industrial area and feel to the brewery.

No real food offered. Bring some in or order for delivery when you get there. Never understand why places like this dont have at least something decent to eat or partner with a vendor/food truck.

Well worth a visit to stock up on and enjoy the tasty CC beers.

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Photo of NeroFiddled
4.44/5  rDev -0.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

I stopped in on a Thursday afternoon and was surprised to find it completely full. It was a holiday weekend so I'm sure people were off from work early, but there was also talk at the bar amongst the regulars that it's really becoming a popular place.

And why not? Great beer. Great service. Nice atmosphere. What's not to like?

The space is inside an industrial building (let's face it), and it's small (but they need room for brewing too, right?), but it's really pretty nicely done. They've put a lot of effort into it and it shows. A lot of places would have just thrown some plastic lawn furniture in and called it a day, but there was some care and attention to detail here. If there was anything that I'd have done differently it would have been to put in a nicer floor, and that's not really much to be concerned about is it?

Seeing as how it was so busy, the bar staff were really taxed. They completely kept on top of things, however, and made sure that everyone was taken care of quickly while still giving personalized service to the customers that weren't sure of what they wanted to order.

I stopped in for a bit of the tour and learned some interesting stuff. They do things a little odd (I should've asked Wayne about their mashing and lautering regime), but they're also really focused, and they make great beers.

Definitely worth a visit!

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Photo of Sammy
4.05/5  rDev -9.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3

Excellent place to try their beer fresh served optimally. About 10 beers on tap, many of their bottles, and growler fills. Friendly and you can talk to anyone,Great merchandise, knowledgeable staff. Lots of people everyday from all over the world. Quieter during the day of course. Guest taps from unheard of local places. In terms of tasting rooms, its average plus. For example, the Avery is a recent tasting room that blew me away. This is merely average plus. Snacks and soda for food and palate cleaners.

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Photo of Dogbrick
4.3/5  rDev -4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

(Visited 06/2011): The brewery/Tap Room is in Tampa on Spruce Street not too far from the airport. The building has a private lot right out front.

The exterior is honestly not much to look at, as it is a fairly non-descript box building. The interior is warmer looking, with a bar on the left side that offers a view of a large board listing the available beers. There is a cooler on the right side holding their to-go selection.

Speaking of selection, Cigar City's is very good. On my visit there were around 15-16 of their beers on draught, including Patio Tools, 110K+OT Batch #4, Guava Grove, White Oak Jai Alai and Cubano-Style Espresso Brown Ale. All of the beers are well-executed, even the ones that don't quite work. Samplers are available too which is helpful. The bottled selection includes both 6-packs and 750mL options.

Service on a slow weekday post-lunch afternoon. The bartender was well-versed in their beers and was friendly and attentive during our stay. The brewery offers tours several days a week.

Cigar City does not offer food.

Overall this is a great beer destination in Tampa, and in Florida in general for that matter.

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Photo of Rifugium
4.47/5  rDev -0.2%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

This is truly a beer lovers' paradise. There are people out there who don't care for Cigar City's beer, and that's understandable...you can't please everyone. But like them or not, this is a great place to go for craft beer, and I can guarantee that even a skeptic will find a least a handful of brews here that they can enjoy. I've had several of CC's brews over the years, and I was never really "WOWed" by anything in particular, but I think it's safe to say that visiting the source turned me into a believer.

Set in a semi-converted warehouse, CC has enough room to accommodate a large crowd pretty easily. There are two bars: a smaller one seemingly mainly for growler fills, but where you can also take a seat and have your choice of about 10 different beers in sampler or full-size pours. The larger bar really has the full array of beers that CC has to offer, and you can make your own sampler flights. Make sure you check both bars, because the front bar, while smaller, had several beers that were not available at the main bar. Selection overall was tremendous and diverse, and if CC's own line of brews isn't enough for you, they keep about 5 or 6 local guest taps on. Prices were friendly.

Service was fine. I usually prefer to plant myself at the bar in any given establishment, but as CC's bar was extremely full, the wife and I took a small booth to the side, and I got up periodically to order flight after flight. It was just easier to do it that way, considering how busy it was, though I did see a few servers making rounds to the tables once in a while.

They don't serve food here, but it seems like food carts are available outside regularly.
Also available is a wide array of merch, as well as bottles. Hello, big fridge full of Bourbon Barrel Big Sound...or whatever specialty item might be available at the time.

I'd say this is Tampa's premiere beer location, and one of very few of the redeeming factors in a city I found to be otherwise generally repulsive. CC is a vital stop, and I'd definitely go back, in the unlikely chance I ever find myself in the area again.

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Photo of TurdFurgison
4.36/5  rDev -2.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

Located in an industrial building, more the feel of a working brewery than a brewpub. That said, the bar is well put together. Seating for about 15 along the bar, another 8-10 tables with 4 seats each. Kinda sterile feeling, but the best that could be done in the industrial complex. Very good music mix (Primus, Blind Melon, Radiohead, White Stripes, Red Hot Chili Peppers, etc). Only high quality offerings, five CC beers (Jai Alai, Mafuro, Oatmeal Raisin, Hunahpuh's, Brandy Barrel Aged Marshal Zhukovs's) and 2 guest taps (both from Swamphead).

Very friendly staff, helpful walk-through of the beers on tap and the pricing. Minimum of swag available for purchase (4 types of shirts, some bottles to go). Nice operation overall, I'd love to see them grow into something even bigger.

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Photo of MilwaukeeCrusher
4.5/5  rDev +0.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4

I blew right past this place, as from the front it sort of looks like any old industrial building. When I got there, I found a place with a nice laid back atmosphere and accomodating servers. Bathroom route is surprisingly through the brewing area, but was able to chat with a few workers on my way back to the pub. Prices were reasonable and would probably go back to again if I ever was in the area. Wished some Hunahpu would have been there, but its rarity is part of what makes it so special (was able to try it at a tasting the next day!).

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Photo of kylehay2004
4.58/5  rDev +2.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5

Have been wanting to visit CCB for a while now so myself and two friends drove down from Jacksonville to check it out. I had a hard time deciding what to drink as they had 20 or more beers and a fairly wide selection. The staff were hard working and it was a fairly busy place. I was surprised by the number of small children however. The bathroom is by the brew tanks so you get to see where the beer is made. They have quite a few of their bottles as well for purchase.

As for selection, you either need to get samplers or go 4 or 5 times to experience them all, there are that many choices. The quality is one of the best across the board. Yes, I had a beer or two I wouldnt necessarily have twice but there were 5 or 6 that I wish I could keep stocked up at home.

The location is convenient and the atmosphere is good.

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Photo of TX-Badger
3.63/5  rDev -19%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.75 | service: 3 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I stopped for a brewery tour while with my wife on our last trip to Tampa. It was neat seeing the brewery, and it was after the latest shit show of Huna Day 2014. You could tell everyone was a little tired and overwhelmed by the events of the weekend. Our tour guide Chris was fantastic, answered any and all questions and gave us a nice history of the brewery and some of the beers. The selection in the tap room was decent, I got to try a lot of one-offs. The bartender at the front bar, Zeus was pretty cool. The bartender at the back bar, don't remember his name, but he could have cared less about people buying flights, and only was interested in serving those who were buying full pints. Needless to say, we hung out by the front bar. We also got sandwiches from the cafe they have set up there. Not a huge selection, but the Cuban sandwich was pretty darn tasty. Overall, I liked the experience and will be going back.

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Photo of Mothergoose03
4.55/5  rDev +1.6%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.25 | selection: 5

This is stop #3 of 14 brewpubs for my wife and I on this one week vacation and pub crawl. This place has to be a must-visit by any beer geek who travels to the Tampa area. We arrived in time to join a brewery tour, which meant that we got to drink 4 samplers at different stages of the tour. (An $8 fee and you get to keep the 4 oz. Logo snifter.)

We lucked out after the tour when we went into the tap room to try a few other beers. They were pouring 5 oz. Portions of 2014 Hunaphu from bottles, and this has been one beer on my bucket list to try someday. WOW! Best beer that I've ever had the opportunity to drink! We also tried the White Oak Jai Alai which I didn't like as much as the regular Jai Alai, but it was still a very good beer.

The vibe in this tap room is special, and to get to take a tour caused this to be a special day. I'll say it again, this place has to be a must-visit by any beer geek who is anywhere nearby to Tampa. It is worth the visit.

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Photo of mynie
4.24/5  rDev -5.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

Incredibly spacious, no frills setup. That's important. As much as I love visiting, say, Three Floyds, it really sucks to have to stand in line for a half hour to get a spot at the bar.

The inside is sparse--woody interior, couple tvs, shuffleboard, handful of posters. There's a small to-go bar up front and a much longer and more fully staffed bar at the back, and even though it was 7PM on a Saturday we had no trouble finding a seat, no trouble getting served.

So, to recap, the vibe is plain--maybe even a little vacant or generic--but they exchange exciting ambience for unparalleled usability. That's not a bad trade off at all.

The beers, of course, are excellent. No shock there. But also nothing terribly hard to find. Which is good, because it means that Cigar City does wide releases of most of the beers they make. But also just a wee bit disappointing because it's nice to get to say you've had something new.

Don't got too much else to say. If you're in Tampa, then of course this is a must-visit. I was impressed was how accessible everything was.

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Photo of corby112
4.3/5  rDev -4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

I've been down to the brewery a bunch of times over the past two years and am finally getting around to reviewing. They have expanded greatly since my first visit adding a bar/tasting room which has created a warmer more welcoming atmosphere.

Located in an industrial park, it's basically a huge garage/warehouse space with brewing equipment and barrels everywhere. Originally there was a small tasting area but it has been taken over by inventory and equipment and pushed into the second room. This room is medium sized with a long bar and around 20-25 tables where you can sit and enjoy your beer.

They have a great variety of their beers in draft including tons of experimental one-offs and test batches. In addition they always have a very nice selection of guest beers, focusing mainly on other local breweries.

Cigar City is a really cool brewery where you can go and enjoy great beer in a relaxing atmosphere. They host some of the best beer events I've been too but it's also a fun place to go and have a beer while they fill up your growlers.

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Photo of clayrock81
4.18/5  rDev -6.7%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4 | selection: 4.25

Very nice place to visit as Cigar City beers are worth going out of your way to try and even the guest beer taps are lined with great stuff and the prices are not bad at all (and they're pretty liberal with sampling/flights of beer). Outside of their brews and a few others, though, you won't find anything so don't come here if you're looking for an extensive tap or bottle collection. Also don't come here if you want to drink a beer and watch TV - they do not have a TV which irritated my friend. Then again, who needs a TV when there's great beer and lots of people up for lively conversation or you can enjoy a cigar outside and enjoy the weather.

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Photo of GarthDanielson
4.36/5  rDev -2.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

This was a cool little tasting room attached to the brewery. It was brightly lit, and they had about 12 beers currently on tap, as well as two guest taps from other local brewers. We visited on a Saturday, so they also had a firkin left over from their Firkin Friday promotion. They also have coolers with bottles available to go, as well as some limited snacks and soda, teas, and other NA drinks. That came in handy for my pregnant wife. The samplers come in 4-shot paddles, and you can mix and match whatever beers you may want to try. They carry a great selection of styles of beer, and the beer is damn tasty. Other than the little snacks, there is no food offered. They have a small area in the back of the tasting room to play darts, and there are lots of smaller tables lining the walls in case the bar is occupied. They give tours throughout the brewery during the day, but I'm unsure of the times. The restrooms are outside of the tasting room, and you have to walk through the brewery to get to them, so if you don't need a formal tour, just go take a leak and look around while you are out there. The bartenders were very knowledgable and very friendly. Overall, we had a great time there, and would absolutely be willing to go back again if in the Tampa region.

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Photo of Kurmaraja
3.73/5  rDev -16.7%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.75 | service: 4 | selection: 3.75

I'm not sure I get all the rave reviews of the PLACE. Yes, they do make some fabulous beers ... but the place itself is nothing special, they rarely have the fabulous beers on tap, and the one off stuff is generally of moderate quality.

Vibe is bustling, packed with a lot of tourists it seems (hell, I was one of them), an older crowd than, say Cycle / Coppertail / Angry Chair. More "bros". The space itself is nothing special; big gift shop stuck between the two bar area selling an odd assortment of items including CCB branded skateboards and soap is odd and seems to speak to the tourist trap idea; grab a crappy momento of your visit. No real attention given to making the place pleasant; main drinking area is just a box room with no windows and a few scattered tables. There are a number of taps but they center on IPA variations that aren't very inspiring and low abv German and English styles (ESBs, Helles Lagers, etc). Fine drinkable brews but nothing I'd go out of my way for. If you think you'll get something like Zhukov you're mistaken. The variations / casks of the browns were the nicest surprise during my visit.

Service was competent, kept the crowds moving.

As an out of towner, a let down. No real local feel, nothing special on tap. I'd much rather have spent more time at Coppertail, Angry Chair, Green Bench, Rapp, or visiting another brewery such as 7th Sun.

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Photo of 22Blue
4.5/5  rDev +0.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

Visited March, 2015. Arrived shortly after opening. Nice selection of taps, decent selection of beers to go. Enjoyed the service and prices seemed fair. Would visit again if get the chance.

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Photo of russpowell
4.22/5  rDev -5.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4

I was lucky enough to stop here for a few beers today.

The new tasting room looks nice & has love of beer writen all over the decor

Quality on all beers was great. I liked the cherry aged big sound & 110k +3 were the best of the bunch

Service was pretty good, one guy who liked talking about their brews, stayed busy the whole time mostly with growler fills from drop in customers

Selection was good not great, they had 7 of theirs on & a guest beer from swamphead. They also had bottles & 2 types of growlers for sale, either quart or gallon sized. I understand they getting more tap lines soonish

You could order in food, but these guys didn't serve any on site

Prices weren't too bad 4.50 pints & $5 snifters of their high octane offerings. Not a bad stop all in all

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Photo of Stevedore
4.36/5  rDev -2.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.75

Visited back in January 2013. Stopped in to drink some Jai Alai and BA Big Sound.

Has the feel of a warehouse at first, but if you step further into the taproom, it starts to feel like a pretty typical taproom. We came on a Sunday morning so it wasn't terribly crowded, plus I imagine people were at the Bucs game that weekend. Still, the atmosphere was solid, not overwhelming and a lot of fun. We went on the tour with Ian and it was very entertaining! Fun to get a taste of the young mead in the secondary tank.

The beer itself was excellent- we had a whole bunch between all 4 of us- Jai Alai, White Oak Jai Alai, BA Big Sound, Invasion Pale Ale, Maduro, etc. a lot of styles represented on the large screen TVs listing the offerings and $5 a pour is quite reasonable.

They also have beer to go, and Ian would tell you that the 3-tier system sucks because they make the beer, sell it to the distributor, then buy it back so they can sell it at the brewpub. Hilarious, overall a fun day that was informative and allowed me to enjoy a bunch of CCB brews, some of which I have been trading for ever since.

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Photo of jrallen34
4.44/5  rDev -0.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

In Florida for the Hunaphu release, got to visit this place the day before and for the release. The brewery is located in a huge whare house on a slowish street, close to hotels for the release, about a half mile away from a strip mall area... The brewery itself, is much bigger than I imagined being a mostly local brewery. The bar area itself is a bit small, but intimate. There about 6 tables, or you can take a seat at the bar. A chalk board menu shows what drafts are on tap, 6-8 beers, then have a a couple guest taps. What's really cool is that you can buy bottles to go directly from them. They offer a 4 sample for a very reasonable price, you can choose any four beers that you want. I'd give the pub itself probably an A- due to size. However, the release itself was excellent. It was run exceedingly well. Wasn't too big, they had 5 different places to get beer so the lines never were too long. They had tons of special variants of their own beers and the guest taps were great. They had Three Floyds and Founders, which isn't much to a Chicago native, but since the later doesn't get distributed here quite a treat. The event was an A+, reminds me a slightly small more efficient Darkness Day.

I'd glad go back to CCB and Hunaphu release.

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Photo of lordofthewiens
4.6/5  rDev +2.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

This was the first place I went to when I left the Tampa airport on my way to Belleair Beach. My daughter, who lives in Tampa, said I needed to visit this place.
Nothing special from the outside. It has that industrial look to it. Nicely appointed on the inside, nothing too fancy. A bar and a few tables. It was pretty busy for 2:30 in the afternoon.
8 beers on tap, with 3 guest taps and several bottles. Over the course of my week in Florida, I sampled eight different beers from Cigar City, all of the highest quality. Mostly bottles, but also growlers of Jai Alai and Maduro (is it a law in Florida that you can only have 32oz or 128oz growlers?).
Any beer lover flying into Tampa needs to stop here. It's only like 5 minutes from the airport.

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Photo of NJBeer265
4.57/5  rDev +2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.75

Drive up to Tampa while on vacation in Naples to visit Cigar City. Went there early on a Friday and beat the crowd. Laid back atmosphere with a friendly staff of bartenders. The selection of 20 beers was amazing. Was able to do a sample of most all of them even though some were required full pours. Would go back in a heartbeat.

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Photo of tkdchampxi
4.66/5  rDev +4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.25

This is a can't-be-missed stop for any BA coming into or through the Tampa Bay Area. This brewery had a nice knowledgeable tour that included some fun samples of beers that weren't quite ready to be bottled, and the tour guide was really nice.

Good, rare release beers can often be had at the brewery only.

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Photo of MarcatGSB
5/5  rDev +11.6%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5

A true beer destination all on it's own. They are growing, and in a good way. Expanding their production facility, canning, adding more barrel aged beers to their line up, adding new treatments to already great beers. Wow.
We spent 5 out of our 9 nights in the Tampa area at CCB. Each of which held great surprises. The first night we pulled up, we were amazed by the size of the facility. I guess they just bought a good portion of the buildings around them, and expanded the tap room...literally weeks before we arrived. I never would have known had I not asked. The initial room that you walk into (which used to be THE brew pub) is now the "growler bar". They have ten or so taps in the growler bar that you can fill 32 oz. or 128 oz. growlers, and enjoy a pint. Great idea...stops congestion at the other bar, and they sometimes slip different beers onto the growler bar without posting them on the screen in the main pub.

After walking thru the growler room/store front area, the back bar opens up into a long room with a shuffle board table on one side (awesome, love this classic game), and a long 15-20 seat bar with 8 to 10 tables varying in sizes through the area.
It's an impressive bar, really. 40 taps, with a huge 50 inch TV above with an easy to read, update the second tap list. Boom, as soon as something new is put it, it's added to the tap list on the computer, a quick refresh, and it's listed. Name, style, abv, size pour, price. How awesome is that?
Jake was behind the bar the first night, and I could tell he wasn't really a bartender, but we started talking with him, and he was a really nice guy. As it turns out, he does all the treatments for the beer...I find this out as I'm drinking White Oak Jai Alai and it was wonderful, so I made sure I gave him his due praise by going out to my hoopde and grabbing a Dark Horse BA Plead the 5th.
Over the course of the next five nights, we were able to join at least one or two, sometimes more new brews each night, each of which were great beers. I think my least favorite was a raspberry lager, but still enjoyed it more than many beers I had on my journey.
I know CCB hasn't been around long, but the overall quality of the beer they are producing, their brewing facility, their brew pub, and the general feel and atmosphere of this place puts it in the upper echelon of breweries I have visited including Founders, Three Floyds, and Bells. I can only see great things coming to them. If anyone from CCB is reading this review, thank you so much for the great times we shared there, Kelly and I will be back, hopefully soon! And thanks for letting us crash in your parking lot, weee!

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Photo of lackenhauser
4.28/5  rDev -4.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5

Very nice "tasting room" and you have to walk thru the brewery to use the bathroom which is always cool. Have been 3 times and they always have something interesting on tap as well as now featuring guest beers. Service has always been very friendly and accommodating. No food but feel free to order in from the menus they have. I do believe local lunch trucks are now going here on the weekends. I spoke with a food vendor at a festival in Clearwater this weekend and he said he was getting on their schedule to sell food out front. Damn close to the airport and well worth getting by here. Some of the most exciting beers going on right now for my money.

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Photo of aasher
4.44/5  rDev -0.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5

I stopped in last week to escape a rainy day during our honeymoon and was more than pleased with our experience. I definitely appreciated the layout of the draft room. When you first walk in there is a bar with a good amount of taps for growler fills to the left, a small station to order sandwiches on the right, and a cooler of bottles of go. They had their standard six packs, Good Gourd, Big Sound, and their collaborations with Widmer. Past the growler bar they had a small amount of merchandise so I picked up a shirt and a snifter. Near the back of the tasting room that they had a longer bar, high top seating, and an extensive tap list. There must have been twenty plus draft lines and they offered flights of the majority of them. The flights were reasonably priced and well worth it. The Cafe Americana nitro was phenomenal. The bartender was personable and helpful. I didn't see any tins in the merchandise area but he offered to go search for a few in the back. He found a Hotter than Helles tin as well as a Tocobaga tin. That was very nice of him. We stayed for a little over an hour and left with a decent amount of swag before heading to the brewpub. I really enjoyed my time there and it was a bonus that their customer service was top notch. I'd definitely recommend stopping in. Their reputation precedes them for a reason.

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