The People's Pint

The People's PintThe People's Pint

Type: Brewery, Bar, Eatery

24 Federal St
Greenfield, Massachusetts, 01301
United States

(413) 773-0333 | map

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Photo of ColdOneKev
4.14/5  rDev -0.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 3 | food: 4.5

I've been to the People's Pint a few times. The food is fantastic. The servers are extremely friendly. The atmosphere is relaxed. The menu is a little limited, but what they do have is all very good. If your in the area People's Pint is a must stop.

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Photo of NHhomebrewguy
4.18/5  rDev +0.7%
vibe: 4.25 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.25

Cool place with good food and knowledgeable staff. Beers weren't too shabby either ;) I had their Slippery Slope (Braggot @ 9 abv ) & their imperial IPA. Both were very tasty.

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Photo of SABERG
4.5/5  rDev +8.4%

Long time fan of the "Pint" a strong focus on Valley Local that dates back nearly 20 years.
The food value is super, the kitchen has turned many seasonal offerings into fabulous plates.
The service is always great, the place can get loud though I don't consider it to loud.
The beers are from their own brewery, the standard beers are solid, but the seasonal's are usually fantastic.
They usually have 2 cask engines, that said we go almost weekly.
Clearly worth the effort.

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Photo of WanderingFool
3.91/5  rDev -5.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

During a long weekend in Greenfield with friends we visited the People's Pint on a Friday night. When we got there the bar was already packed and it was standing room only to wait for a table. Not a problem since we were able to drink some beers while we waited. The restaurant a rectangular space with a large bow shaped bar in the middle. The bar shape takes away some standing room, but offers plenty of seats. It's a comfortable setting with no distracting TV's or loud music.

The beers offered are only what they brew there and they offer a large selection of styles, including blends. I thought that was pretty cool and not something you see often. Prices were reasonable and slightly lower than the Boston area. The food was good with descent portion sizes. However, I thought the burger I got was just OK. Not bad by any means, but nothing that made me go wow. I felt the same about the beers too. Descent beer, but nothing that makes me want to seek them out.

Service was great. Even on a busy night our waitress stopped by frequently to take beer orders, refill water glasses, remove empty plates, etc.

Overall I found the People's Pint as a nice place to go and grab a beer and burger with your friends. Just what a brewpub should be.

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Photo of amulet
4.43/5  rDev +6.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4.75

Love this place. Great beer and food. They use local ingredients and have great specials on the board. I miss not living near this place anymore and go here if I am in the area. My usual was ordering the Blond Ale and a Turkey Burger. Service is always decent, cash only.

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Photo of Ferris32
4.05/5  rDev -2.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Love this place, and the food and the beer. Its small, and I do mean small, but a great place to start up a conversation with all kinds people. I also love the fact its a cash only establishment. That says a lot about the proprietors. Not sure if they still have Celtic jams on Sundays but those are always a blast.

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Photo of lordofthewiens
4.59/5  rDev +10.6%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4.25

We were in Amherst last week, looking at UMass with our son, and went to The People's Pint after the tour. We absolutely loved this place! I think the first thing to mention is what a comfortable vibe it gives off. The restaurant is cozy and warm. The bar is long and sort of in the shape of a question mark. It seats about 15. There are hooks at the bar for coats and purses, and table lamps at one end of the bar. There are a few booths and several tables, with what appears to be a community table at the window up front. Simple decor, earth tones and wood. Burgundy walls with a pewter tin ceiling. There's a bicycle on the wall over the bar. Another positive: no TVs. There is a dart board.
There were eleven beers on tap when we were there. I had the imperial stout, which was quite good. My wife had the DIPA, and liked it a lot. Growlers and bombers are available.
The food was also quite good. We were happy to see there were vegan options on the menu, so we didn't have to try to deconstruct a non-vegan dish.
We arrived at a time when the restaurant was nearly empty, but it filled quickly. As a result we had more than one server. They were all excellent. Friendly, informative, and not intrusive. Very laid back.
One other note. The People's Pint now accepts credit cards (except for AmEx). I was told this was a fairly recent decision.
If UMass accepts our son, and he decides to go there, my wife and I will look forward to many more visits to The People's Pint.

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Photo of sinstaineddemon
4.75/5  rDev +14.5%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 5

This is about as close to a five as it gets, and the only detractor is just the nature of the business, so even that isn't their fault.

The People's Pint is a brewpub/restaurant that focuses on green/renewable service with a laser-like focus on local resources. They DO NOT ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS to cut down on paper use. They employ reusable supplies, such as napkins to reduce waste. They say that even on their busiest night they make only one bag of rubbish, incredible.

The food is fantastic. I had the squealer on my first visit, a burger with beef blended with ground pork. I also had my first stout float, which the server brought along with a sample of a pumpkin beer float because it was her favorite on the house. The beers are fantastic, but I knew that from their bottles.

The service was the best part, friendly, knowledgeable, and polite. In addition to the stout float sample story there is another instance that proves this. My first visit was during a less than busy lunch period and this is when I learned the no credit card policy. I asked the server if I could run across to the bank to get some cash and come back and get reseated. He said don't worry about it, sit and enjoy my meal and I can go to the bank after, that they trust me to come back!!! Now thats awesome.

If this were less than a 45 minute ride for me I would go here once a week, as it is I have been back and will go again.

The downsides, they don't take credit/debit cards. NBD for me, but for some it will. To me the only downside is that they are at the mercy of local production. Since it is almost all local food they can run out of items fast and without much notice. So when you have your meal in mind, have a backup ready.

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Photo of BrittEBurke
4.5/5  rDev +8.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

This is one of my all time favorite brew pubs. The menu puts a huge emphasis on locally sourced, organic food and consistently delivers. I was there for lunch this past Thursday with five friends and everyone completely cleaned their plates. If you find yourself at the People's Pint, you MUST order the plowman's classic. Fresh bread, cheese, pickles and the most amazing mustard I have ever tasted. I also had the Pupusas. I had never tried Pupusas before and have nothing to compare them to, but they were delicious. My friends loved both the veggie burgers and "the squealer" - a blend of local, grass-fed beef and bacon in burger form. You can definitely taste the freshness of all of the ingredients and the care that goes into the preparation.

Now for the beer. Between the six of us (and with the aid of a four-beer flight) we tried every beer on the menu. I had the Hope Street Bitter (an ESB) on draft and on cask. Both versions were well balanced and perfectly hopped. They have 8 house beers and some specials, so there is something for everyone. While I only had a chance to try it in flight form, I was blown away by the Double IPA. For the non-beer drinker, the Pint brews their own sodas in house. They also have some local meads and a small but comprehensive wine list. Fortunately, the People's Pint sells growlers and has many of their most popular brews available in 22oz bombers.

The atmosphere fits right in with the surrounding area. It's the perfect combination of trendy and rustic without being pretentious. The staff is friendly and attentive (granted, there were only four other people in the pub when we were there last) and happy to offer suggestions. When I was spending a lot of time out in Western Mass, I frequented this place several times a month. I was glad to be back and highly recommend stopping by if you find yourself in the area. The People's Pint will not disappoint.

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Photo of lazyboy247
4.43/5  rDev +6.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 5

This place is awesome. Everything on the menu is fresh and for the most part local. The beers are really good and for the most part cheap. they always have at least 2 beers on cask. I've been a big fan of this place for a long time. I've never had bad service the waitstaff is attentive and nice. Some of the best bar snacks too. real pickels cheese fresh bread and if its your thing the pepperonchinis are great. selection is based on the season winter is an awesome time to go there, hearty tasty foods and Slippery Slope. also look for Tap and Die during the summer(all malt craft malt liquor) enough said.

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Photo of FrankLloydMike
4.47/5  rDev +7.7%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 5

I've been interested in the People's Pint for a little over a year, ever since I spotted their attractive bottles at the store last Christmas. I was quite impressed by all their beers at a sampling in Cambridge over the summer, and looked into their Greenfield brewpub (and the exact location of Greenfield). I realized that it wasn't far from Brattleboro, a preferred annual weekend getaway of mine, and decided to check it out.

First of all, the atmosphere is great--a nice, deep, comfortable space that exemplifies a neighborhood joint with the laid-back vibe, patrons and staff. An inviting bar greets you in the big storefront windows with rows lining one wall from daylight to the dim back and tables filling the space between.

I was really hoping to try the Hope Street Bitter on cask or the braggot that the brewer had mentioned at the summer tasting, but neither were available upon my visit. There were several beers calling my name, however, and I went with the Provider Pale Ale on cask. The People's Pint has three cask engines, which works well with their many English-style beers, and the Provider was an excellent example of this symbiosis.

Matching the quality of the beers was the simple, but delightful lunch menu featuring mostly local products. I had the Ploughman's Special, a wonderful plate of local bread, meat, cheese, peppers and olive spread served on a wooden platter. It was much larger than I had anticipated for its affordable price, and even better than I had imagined. This is probably some of the best bar food I've ever had, and it's clear that they take great care in presenting fresh, local, interesting meals, as well as a long list of "snacks" to compliment their fine ales.

I left full and merry, and couldn't help looking back as I walked out the door into the gentle, afternoon snowfall in Greenfield. I wished for more time, for a second beer, and the proximity to a true community brewpub such as this. I knew then, as I know now, that I'll be back.

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Photo of coreyfmcdonald
4/5  rDev -3.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Stopped by here during a Thanksgiving visit in Western MA. Arrived on Black Friday afternoon around 3 with a few others in the place. The atmosphere was cozy but clean, a well kept neighborhood restaurant/bar. I like it.

I only had one beer, the Coffee Porter, but it was quite good. The coffee was very well integrated into the porter and there was very little coffee bitterness. It was very drinkable, but still tasty.

The one bartender was attentive and willing to give samples. She answered a few questions about the beers and was very pleasant.

The selection was ok. They had pretty standard beers, maybe 6 of them on tap. They did have 2 casks, though. They also had local meads and ciders, which I didn't get to try. I wasn't blown away, but I wasn't disappointed, either.

The prices were very average. I would go again. Everything was all around good, but nothing was great.

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Photo of Jesstyr
3.68/5  rDev -11.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

Found this place by accident, driving up to White River Junction, and happened to come across our GPS as an option. Really lucked out!

A: Nice place to hang out and grab a pint. Comfortable, not too loud, clean, etc.

S: We sat at the bar to eat, and had a good bartender. Knowledgeable, friendly, and genuinely interested in making our experience better.

S: Since it's all their brews, they are a little limited, particularly by seasonality. I tried the IPA, and drank the imperial stout and farmer brown. All were average-good beers, but nothing blew my socks off.

F: Pretty good. Chowder was nice, bacon was a good touch. Chicken wings were definitely the highlight, and a must have. The burger was a little overhyped. All the breads were fresh and definite plus.

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Photo of BenZ
3.45/5  rDev -16.9%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 2.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

I have to say I was unpleasantly surprised by the beers based on the decent ratings here. I have had this off taste before in a brewpub in Ames, IA, and in some homebrews (not mine!). Maybe it is infected lines, or something else, but all the beers had it (we got the sampler and a couple of pints) and they were barely drinkable. The food was pretty good and the service was good. Maybe this was an isolated occurance (it was a year ago) and if we are up there again we may give it a second chance. The taste was almost fish-like...

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Photo of indiapaleale
3.6/5  rDev -13.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Atmosphere = Cool little place in Greenfield. Definitely a stand out as far as places to grab some lunch/dinner and a beer in Greenfield. Very earthy and pretty much on par for this part of MA.

Quality = Food is all local, lots of vegetarian stuff and stuff from local farms. Beer....well, I am not a fan. It all tastes sort of watery and doesn't hit the style mark most of the time. That is MY OPINION so please don't let that sway you.

Selection/Food = Food selection is great, food is very diverse and like I said most OR all of it is locally sourced. Beer selection is decent, I personally wish they'd put on some guest taps since I usually am not a fan of the 6 or so beers they pour.

Definitely worth a stop and you may very well LOVE their beer. I go for the food and because it has a very low key atmosphere.

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Photo of BrewIAm
4.5/5  rDev +8.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Stopped here for an early dinner with my wife on a recent warm April afternoon. There's inexpensive meter parking just around the corner where $0.25 gets you 2 hours!

The People's Pint has a welcoming vibe with local art offerings and samples of company branded merchandise on the walls. The menu is inventive and interesting, departing from typical pub choices. It does include vegetarian options and emphasizes local food products. Reasonably priced. Note that they don't take credit cards!

Our waitress was attentive, and helpful; including suggesting two of the beers I sampled. I had a five-beer sampler consisting of Provider Pale Ale, Pied pIPA, Brakeshoe Porter, Oatmeal Stout, & Irish Red Ale (IRA). My favorite was the IRA (the Stout was a close second) . Wife had the three-mead sampler Liquid Sunshine, Chamomile, & Dry Reserve. Her fav was the Liquid Sunshine.

Food was very good. I had a burger, and wife had a homemade soup and salad combo. We were very happy overall with the beer and mead offerings, food and service. Well worth visiting if you are anywhere nearby. We were vesting our son at Westfield State College about 30 minutes away.

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Photo of ImHereForTheBeer
3.73/5  rDev -10.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

We eat here about once a month. It is a typical pub serving typical pub fare. The food is often farm fresh and features products from local farmers, which is something we strongly support. The atmosphere is pretty typical for a pub - large bar, booths and tables in the dining room. Like many New England bars they support the local arts and have rotating art work by local artists.

The beers are solid, they are very drinkable, though nothing stands out as outstanding. We have always had pretty good service. What I like the most is the Brewmaster, Jeremy Krusas' inspiring story. He started working at the People's Pint as a dishwasher nearly 12 years ago and work his way up to Head Brewer which is a position he has held for the last 5 years or so.

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Photo of sholland119
4.13/5  rDev -0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

We really liked the look and feel of this place. A long, irregularly L-shaped bar on the right side, a bunch of tables on the left. The place had a warm vibe, and a nice, but not overwhelming Friday night crowd. A nice big chalkboard lists the beer selections (10 or 11 plus a few blends).

The beer selection was adventurous and creative, even if not always successful to my taste. We really enjoyed the porter, IPA,oatmeal stout and cask Impy Stout. They also had a brown, a pale, a blonde, a braggot and a beer called Tiger Bite, which was kind of a cross between Bells Oberon and Tyranena Scurvy.

My meatloaf was tasty, if a little dry. The menu focuses on fresh, local ingredients, and was strong on the comfort food appeal.

The servers were welcoming and competent. Well worth a stop if you are in Greenfield.


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Photo of paulie
4.13/5  rDev -0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

We (me, my wife, my two kids) stopped here last night on our way back from hiking in Vermont. We were cold, tired, not very clean, and starving. It was 8pm (on a Sunday) and every table was full, but the hostess knew that the kids couldn't wait long before they got some food. I can't stress enough how good she was at making sure we got a table quickly. This is what the other reviewers mean when they say the place is family-friendly: they don't just have a kids' menu; they understand kids.

We had a booth within 15 minutes and a friendly waitress appeared instantly. Appetizers and drinks showed up almost as quickly. Dinner was much slower, and the waitress got pretty busy. But she stopped by often enough to apologize for the wait and let us know she hadn't forgotten about us.

Food was great across the board. Nothing terribly fancy. We had burgers, pasta, red beans and rice, potato-cheese soup, homemade salsas and dips. All very tasty and filling. Solid comfort food. The kids had house-made sodas which were fantastic.

My wife and I split 3 beers between us: a porter and a Scotch ale, both from cask, and a malty brown ale. They were all smooth, well-attenuated, flavorful, and easy to drink. I would have taken home growlers of any of them. You could definitely go there just for the beer.

Prices were fantastic. 4 entrees, 3 appetizers, 3 beers, and 2 sodas came to $70, including tip. Way less than we usually spend when we go out.

Highly recommended. It's not a "fine dining experience", but it's comfy and friendly and the food and beer taste good. My only complaint is that it is too far from my home.

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Photo of Jwale73
4.14/5  rDev -0.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

Visited the People's Pint on the way to Brattleboro on 8/23/08. Arrived at 5pm and it wasn't too crowded; however, it picked up rather quickly. Lots of wood and a beautiful wooden bar. Service was excellent and bartender was very friendly and attentive. Nice range of offerings - 2 cask selections and 9 on tap, with a fair selection of seasonals (Blonde, Irish Red, Octoberfest, Malt and Scotch). Also served a selection of local hard ciders which my wife sampled. Didn't have anything to eat as we were on our way to dinner, but the menu looked great and I'm looking forward to another stop in the late fall to score some RIS. Easy on/off the highway if you are passing through the area. Keep in mind that People's Pint doesn't take plastic, so plan accordingly.

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Photo of fitzy84
4.25/5  rDev +2.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

My goodness I wish I went here sooner. Finally went up to see the People's Pint. Opens at 4 and we got there at 5 and it was already wicked packed. Upon entering you can see the respect of local stuff with a board full of flyers for local activities, ads and events. The restaurant is a little small but for the packed environment, it was not noisy at all. The bar area was pretty long though crookedly laid out. Many wooden tables all across the place with two unisex bathrooms in the back. Not too hispter-esque eclectic, but still maintained a relaxed, friendly, "Everybody knows your name"-kind of flavor. Surprisingly, it was extremely family friendly (beyond the noticeable kids menu). Tons of families frequented the evening, and from my observations, for a brew pub, this was a very family friendly place.

Food was awesome. Many stuff all from local farms and such. They even made their own soda and used Barts ice cream for deserts. Me and the wife had the ploughman appetizer which had some Vermont cheese, bread, fresh pickles and restaurant made almond mustard. I had the hamburger which was organically raised in nearby Shelburne. It was pretty darn good. As for the beers, man I was surprised by what they had available. They basically had everything they brew available, even the Oktoberfest.

Service was good, but like I said since it was so busy things took their time. I noticed though that we did not have one waitress: many waitresses essentially served our table. Prices were wicked reasonable but be forewarned, they only accept CASH or CHECK. This was not a problem since the place is located near local banks and a Bank of America (with a Banknorth I think a couple blocks down).

Overall, highly recommend.

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Photo of RixBeer
4.13/5  rDev -0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Showed up on a Friday night at 9pm (mid June). Place was full. Not packed but full. We sat at the odd shaped bar and had a beer (Sprocket Kolsch) while waiting for a table for dinner.

We were about 3/4 of the way through our beer when our table was ready and we had spent the last 15 minutes admiring all the wonderful works of art on the wall. And the ceiling is either tin or copper that was used in older bars during and after prohibition. It's a shame it's painted over, especially if it is copper.

After being seated the wonderful waitress we came over and gave us our menus. After looking the menus over and deciding on having the smoked wings (which I heard are phenomenal), we took a few more minutes admiring the art work on the walls (also noticing that for a tiny little place, they had a huge selection of People's Pint clothing.

Our waitress came over and we ordered. Problem. Out of wings. Damn it! OK not a problem, Got the Sausage plate instead. Grilled sausage, 2 corner loaf cuts of bread and some mustard seed sauce (which was amazing). The second beer for me was the Farmer's Brown. I'll say this quickly about the brown, I want to work on that farm! I also ordered/got a burger with swiss. The bun, pre spread with mayo and I added some of that mustard seed sauce and a touch of ketchup. My burger came with these chunky potato squares (So much better than any fry I've ever had). MMM....

There's something to be said for good fresh and local food. O yeah and it helps when you brew and serve really good beers.

Grabbed a growler of Oatmeal Stout for later!

Still have to try those wings. Just another excuse to go eat good food and drink really good beer.

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Photo of iceball585
4.2/5  rDev +1.2%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

My friends and I were in the area of this place and we had to check it out. Thankfully we did and we ended up having a good time.

At first looks this place comes off as a typical American version of an Irish pub. Long bar along one side of the room, then booths and tables fill the rest of the space. I didnt see any brew tanks in plain sight so I dont know if they brew on site or at another location.

The bartender was very nice and informative on all the beers that they had on tap. He even let us try beers that they don't usually give samples of and without us even asking for them. The beer selection had nice variety w/ about 8-10 of their beers to choose from (I would recommend having the Imperial Stout). When we went they had 6 of their beers in 22oz bottles that you can purchase to go which is a nice feature for any brew pub.

I didn't get a chance to eat there this time but hopefully next time I'm in the Greenfield, Mass area I will eat there. Another interesting thing is that they have their own sodas that they make. They also have a few blends of beer and soda on the menu like a Shandy (lemonade and Blonde Ale) and what they call the Farmer's Daughter (Brown Ale and ginger ale).

Over all I was impressed by the hospitality of the workers and the nice selection of good beers to choose from.

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Photo of Brad007
4.09/5  rDev -1.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4

I stopped here after hitting Ryan and Casey liquor store. From the minute I walked in, the decor and atmosphere was impressive. I feel that the blue christmas lights added to the atmosphere as one that's relaxing and welcoming .

The place was packed with people so I had to figure out where to sit (or stand) while also figuring out what I wanted to buy. A friend and I shared two pints, Tiger Bite and Farmer Brown Ale. We ended up bringing home a growler of Farmer Brown. Service was difficult but not something that I would blame on the bartenders. It was Friday after all.

I definitely like this place and would love to stop in again someday. Would love to try their food as well next time.

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Photo of Sammy
3.93/5  rDev -5.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Three casks always on, take everything on cask. An attractive bar in a reasonably friendly and safe smaller town. Tattoos yet people act decently. It was late, there was loud swearing and that sort of behaviour. The locals were there. Ben, the bartender was very experienced and had the right pour down. He was fast and on top of things, an American all-star. Knew what was good if not the ingredients. Good homemade root beer and the Ginger beer-ginger ale is one of the best I have had in a long life of pop drinking. The beers are more or less average, with some experimentation that was fun to try.Clear winner that night: Oatmeal stout on cask. A guest tap, and pub food. Cheap pints and half pints always available.

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