Cock & Bull

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Type: Bar, Eatery

975 Cattlemen Rd
Sarasota, Florida, 34232-2809
United States

(941) 363-1262 | map

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Reviews by DosBeerigos:
Photo of DosBeerigos
4.9/5  rDev +15%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Welcome to Sarasota, Florida....what the hell is there to do here? Well lucky for us all this is a true beer community. At the heart of Sarasota's Beer Community is The Cock and Bull Pub.

OK, well pull up to this location and the first thing that comes to mind is maybe I have the wrong place....or maybe we all just forget where we came from. Beer Bars are not suppose to be glitzy and glamorous. The Cock and Bull is what a true beer bar should be.

Based out of what appears to be an old house, The Cock and Bull shines as a beer lovers paradise. Once inside we were all welcomed by owner and beer lover Howie. After a quick tour of the bottles, taps, and the outside area, I was able to sneak a behind the scenes tour of the bar.

The Cock and Bull is an extremely comfortable beer bar, you almost feel like you are at your friends house drinking a beer and shooting the shit.
Outside is just like a backyard, with a huge fire pit and two small stages for live music. Pull up an empty keg, chill by the fire and listen to some live music all while drinking a fine selection of beer.

BEER! That's right, if 40 draft lines and 500+ bottles of beer don't strike your fancy then there is the Sake and Wine selection.
The knowledgeable and hospitable staff will help you find something that you like to drink.

So lets review; comfortable atmosphere, fantastic outside area, amazing draft and bottle selection, great staff, sake and wine (for the non-beer drinker), pizza's, and a bad ass name....yep that's the Cock and Bull!
I give this bar a 5.0/5.0, there is nothing I would change about it. If I was to own a place of my own, I would model it after the Cock and Bull. This is a must visit!

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Photo of fiveholetom
1/5  rDev -76.5%
vibe: 1 | quality: 1 | service: 1 | selection: 1 | food: 1

Meh. ONE OF THE WORST PLACES I'VE VISITED IN SARASOTA.Weak beer selection,beer wasn't very cold and flat.Glass was dirty and food was below average. Not recommended.

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Photo of Heidvastag
3.4/5  rDev -20.2%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3 | service: 2.75 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4

Photo of Inspired
2.4/5  rDev -43.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 1.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 2.5 | food: 2.5

Based on the reviews of this place here on BA, I couldn't wait to visit the Cock and Bull Pub during my recent vacation in the Sarasota area. However, after having tried it out for myself, I'm left wondering what everyone sees in this place!

Sure, the atmosphere and general vibe is very cool with it's dark interior and barn-like feel. There's no doubt about it, the place is a dive with a laid back sense to it. But that's pretty much where the positives ended for me. For starters, let's talk about the draft beer selection (apparently they also have a lot of bottles to choose from, but when I'm at a bar I want to drink draft beer, so I didn't even pay attention to the bottle fridge).

There were no beer menus to peruse, so you're left referring to a big screen TV board with their list of available drafts. Now that would be totally fine, but every 15 seconds or so, the menu disappears and is replaced by advertisements for upcoming open mic nights and other pub events. It makes it incredibly difficult to navigate the beer menu when it's popping on and off so frequently. Couple that with the fact that there is no mention of the brewery, location, ABV, or any other important information that most beer drinkers would like to know prior to making a selection.

So for example, one beer on the menu simply said "Quadator." Well that's interesting, but what is it? Who makes it? How much alcohol is in it? The next logical step here would be to ask the server, right? Turns out, she didn't know much about the beer, other than to say it was some kind of "quad" as the name might suggest. When I pushed for a little more information, she politely said she'd go ask someone else which brewery makes the beer. Upon returning, I learn that lo and behold, the Quadator is Cock and Bull's own creation that they have contract brewed exclusively for them. What?!? How does the server at the Pub not know that they have their very own beer? Of course my interest in the beer was piqued and I proceeded to order one.

That led to problem number three. What I received was a flat, overly sweet mess. In fact, after taking the first sip, I wasn't sure I'd be able to get through an entire pint of the stuff. I immediately waived down the server and mentioned this to her and she tells me that she'll go ask about the beer again. When she returns, I'm informed that the beer is exactly as it should be because its barrel aged. I didn't argue and proceeded to finish the pint, but if that's what barrel aging does to a beer then I'm pretty sure no one would be doing it.

As for the food, we had one of their signature pizzas and while I wouldn't say there was anything really wrong with it, I certainly wouldn't go out of my way for one of their pies. All in all, as I stated when I started this review, I'm not sure what I'm missing here. For a beer bar, this place doesn't seem to understand the requisite information the customer needs to be able to make an informative selection and on top of that, their servers (or at least the one we had) don't know enough about the beers to fill in the gaps. Couple that with average food and you're left with a subpar experience. I'd look elsewhere if visiting the Sarasota area.

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Photo of Squire
4.15/5  rDev -2.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.25 | service: 3.75 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4.25

Photo of radicalgrandpa
4.85/5  rDev +13.8%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 3.5

To start, I've been going to Cock and Bull nearly as long as I have lived in Sarasota (about 2.5 years). I was underage at the time and found myself drawn to the place for the excellent local shows and events. Not to mention, the root beer on tap and house-made pizzas. My friends and I always felt welcome in the dark, charming, cozy, and rustic atmosphere filled with people of all ages and from all walks of life. However, it wasn't until I turned 21 myself that I discovered the true gem that the Cock and Bull is.

To be honest, had it not been for the Cock and Bull, I can't say I would be as enthusiastic about craft beer as I am today. With anywhere between 400-600 beers in the case at any given time (they constantly rotate their brews too, so there's always something new!) and nearly 40 beers on tap, there's no way to get bored of the selection there. Not to mention, the bartenders seem genuinely enthusiastic to talk about beer and educate me when I have any questions about what I'm drinking. Their recommendations are usually on point too!

Overall, this is honestly the most down-to-earth bar with a mind blowing selection and incredibly chill bartenders. Don't let the unassuming exterior scare you, this place is truly a diamond in the rough and worth a visit if you're anywhere near the city.

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Photo of GrimGuzzler
4.05/5  rDev -4.9%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4.25 | service: 3.75 | selection: 4.25 | food: 3

Most people come to Sarasota for the exact opposite of what the Cock & Bull has to offer. Something polished and easy to understand for the average white person. The CnB is a shout out to the times when cowboys and artists still ruled the beaches. The guys on the golf course with the fake tans end up at World of Beer which has expensive lighting and attentive beer slaves. For folks like me who grew up in Sarasota, the Cock & Bull is a reminder of what we're losing in this town and why it's still sometimes worth coming back to visit.

This isn't Disney World, it's a real place run by real people. You can get some of the best beer in the world here or also order a Budweiser and no one's going to judge you either way. The atmosphere is honest, friendly, unpretentious and everything I look for in a bar. This year will mark their 20th year anniversary which is older than most of the buildings in the entire city - they must be doing something right. Some folks don't like the place, but I get the feeling they want a shoe shine and a pretty smile with each beer they order. Go to the downtown for service, come here for beer and friends.

A wide variety of indoor and outdoor seating options, several small stages, and a huge back yard. There are lots of great places to smoke outside or post up comfortably with a brew. There's a wall of three or four, maybe five, beer fridges stocked with bottles. About a dozen taps with staff that pour well and usually choose the appropriate glassware. Beach/barn atmosphere with an eclectic customer base of all ages. But, most importantly, the beer is cheap!

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Photo of tommy5
4.23/5  rDev -0.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Photo of wrecknut
4.73/5  rDev +11%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4.5

Photo of sirhoward
5/5  rDev +17.4%

Photo of sd123
2.31/5  rDev -45.8%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 1.25 | service: 1 | selection: 3.75

Terrible draft beer with bad bartenders (recommended a shock top and were condescending when I complained that every beer I tried was totally flat). Also very frustrating that they didnt have a beer menu so you have to pick a bottle out of the rows of refrigerated beers behind the bar or choose a draft beer from a scrolling list on a computer screen that doesn't include the brewery, style or ABV on most beers.

Nice vibe though with lots of games

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Photo of Kubes83
4.5/5  rDev +5.6%

Photo of SHolland
3.54/5  rDev -16.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3 | service: 3 | selection: 4.75 | food: 3

Every one seems to love this place, but I have been maybe half a dozen times and decided there are much better places to go in Sarasota, albeit not with the same selection.

It isn't totally my style, but I commend the owners for creating such a unique atmosphere. I wish more business people would be willing to take that risk. It has kind of an old Florida, woodsy, artsy flair to it, inside and the patio. It could use some brighter lighting though.

Service is not the best, as others have also pointed out. It isn't terrible, but they clearly are not on top of their game. They are too laid back to pay the correct amount of attention to each and every customer. Keeping regulars happy is important, yes, but you won't convert others if you don't show them the same care you do to the current regulars.

Prices are average. We bought a Raison D'Extra once for around $40, which is crazy, but I don't think it was outrageous for what it was. At least they had it to offer.

We (bf and I) have only ordered food on two or three occasions...typical bar food/munchie menu, with not much more creativity that what comes out of the freezer. Pizzas are ok. Everything takes forever to come out of the kitchen. The pizza we ordered once wasn't fully cooked and was missing one of our requested toppings.

In terms of quality of beers, stick to the bottles. Personally, I go out to drink beer on tap; I can buy and drink bottles at home. But the beers CnB have on tap are never as good as you expect unless you know for sure they were hooked up within the past couple days. I have heard from multiple people in the beer scene, beer drinkers, beertenders and beer bar owners alike, that they do not regularly clean their tap lines. funk = nasty beer.

An example of 'quality': Around the time that DFH first came out with Palo Santo Marron we went to CnB to try it because they had it on tap. They really dislike offering samples of high gravity beers (I get it, it's costly, but it makes you look cheap, do a half of a regular sample if you want), including most of DFH's beers. I wanted to sample it first but I decided that since I liked 90% of everything DFH I had tried up to that point I might as well just go for it. What I got was a flat, slightly warm, unpleasant beverage that BAers probably would have rated in the Bud Light range. I wasn't sure if it was a DFH screw up or if the keg was so old the beer tasted bad. I got the impression that they would have blamed it on DFH, and if they did agree to pour me another, they would have trouble concealing their displeasure. I decided to man up and finish the pint. About 9 months later I got the opportunity to visit DFH's brewery, went on a tour, and lo and behold, found Palo Santo on the free tasting list. Out of curiousity I accepted the sample...and that beer cannot be compared in the least to what I had at CnB.

That was the worst experience I had at CnB. Other visits we shared bottles (which were kept at the correct temp) and tried some other pints, but the IPAs we bought just didn't taste...fresh. Think Heady Topper taste one week old, versus two months old (I have had both).

I have chatted very briefly with the owners...they are not bad people. They are friendly and welcoming. But they do not act as if they fully understand how much better their bar can be, if they just adjusted their service and cleanliness standards. If your customer volume does not go through kegs before they become old, you should consider cutting a couple taps until the volume increases. No one wants old beer. Unless they like Bud Light. In which case, they wouldn't be able to tell if the beer is good or bad, old or young, stale or dry hopped on premise.

I would recommend Mr. Beery's, North Bridge, Shakespeare's, and the Shamrock before I suggest Cock and Bull.

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Photo of dmincer
4.38/5  rDev +2.8%
vibe: 3 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 2

I counted 450 bottled beers and about 30 on tap, all great selections. Best beer selection I've found in Southern Florida. The bartender was friendly and knowledgeable. The place was dark and not really decorated in any way. The parking was slim. Its out of the way and I'll probably come back occasionally when in the area due to location. I'll visit other beer places downtown and in more busy areas (Blue Owl Tavern and Mr. Beery's) because although the selection is less, the location and/or deals/price are better.

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Photo of baby4rose
3.13/5  rDev -26.5%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4 | food: 1.5

I am happy to had found a great pub like Cock n Bull... I had learned allot about beer style from the many visits. It was like a home away from home, with tons of beers to choose from and knowledge to gain. In which, I completed the alchemist program! The staff was not always the best at service, especially if the did not know you. They use to help me to find the perfect "beer" / fit for the evening. I use to suggest CnB every where I go when I lived in Sarasota. Overall, I still visit the place but certainly not as much and defiantly don't appreciate or enjoy it as much as I use to. Have yet to find someplace like CnB up in Raleigh.

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Photo of mayastack
4.53/5  rDev +6.3%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3

The original Sarasota beer bar! They were doing it ten years before it was cool. Great atmosphere and great peeps, which is not always easy to find in SRQ. The bar is set in a farmhouse from maybe the turn of the century, which makes it really friggin old and unique by Florida standards. They have an outside deck and courtyard that features an awesome fire pit in the winter and a large stage for bands. Avid supporters of local music. Fantastic beer selection, especially when it comes to microbrews. Great ownership and warm long as you don't act like a douchebag. Great draft beer selection, including several beers that are off the wall and not seen at the more corporate beer bars.

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Photo of AintNoWino
4.88/5  rDev +14.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5

To be perfectly honest, this place looked like a total dump when I pulled up. ( I later found out it was an old feed barn that had been turned into a bar.) It was about 6pm on a Wednesday and there was one car parked out front with no open sign or anything but the front door was propped open. A friend of mine told me I HAD to check this place out so I decided to give it a chance, despite my scepticism.

I walked through the front door into a beer fans heaven. The first thing you see as you walk in is the awe inspiring sight of an 8 door cooler filled with roughly 900? bottles and a wall of 40 taps. The atmosphere is a very cool old world style pub. Lots of wood, knick knacks on the wall, and some amazing paintings that I found out were actually painted on the premises by local artists at an event the pub hosted. The back yard was a very cool beer garden with a fire pit and lots of seating, plus a covered back porch. I was also very pleased to hear smoking was only allowed outside.

Their selection was great. Lots of American craft and micro-brews blended well with an obviously hand selected import list. I was extremely pleased to see that there was no bud, miller, or coors products on any of their 40 taps. In fact, I didn't even notice them on the shelves until about two hours later when I noticed them tucked away in the far door. I couldn't help but laugh when a woman ordered a coors light and the bartender all but begged her to try something else. He explained that he would feel like he hadn't done his job properly if he served that to her. He talked her in to trying something different and she loved it.

The bartender greeted me with a very warm welcome. This "kid" was probably late 20's which made me very sceptical about how much he could possibly know about beer. Boy was I wrong. I believe his name was Collin so that's what I will call him(sorry if I'm mistaken). This guy was great. He was very welcoming, friendly, and helpful. This kid knew his stuff. He picked out 6 beers for me throughout my stay and every single one was exactly what I was looking for. He even knew lots of the histories and stories about the breweries and beers. It was a slow evening so I got the pleasure of extra attention. It was very obvious that he actually had a passion for what he was doing and was not there just to make a buck. The service alone would keep me coming back to this place. Thank you Collin.

My understanding is that they have live music every Saturday and liter specials on their drafts every wednesday. Unfortunately, I have yet to experience either of these but can only imagine them being great events.

I did not get to try their food but did see one pizza come out that looked amazing. Their menu basically consisted of pizzas and sandwiches but they're apparently all made from scratch. They had some very interesting specialty pizzas as well, such as an oyster pizza?

I left and felt guilty for my first impression. The atmosphere was very interesting, relaxed, and welcoming. The selection, amazing. The service, top notch. The service and selection will keep me coming back for more. BEST BAR I'VE EVER BEEN TO.

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Photo of AdamBear
4.29/5  rDev +0.7%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5

Atmosphere: the inside is very large with a large outside yard with a lot of seating. It is not however particularly nice. It is basically a dive bar based on atmosphere alone.

One problem I've noticed with this place is that they have concerts on the weekends. I find this quite undesirable as the concerts bring in rather large crowds full of some sketchy types of people (of the BMC type if you know what I mean). On these nights, there is a cover charge to enter, tho not too expensive. Two positive things are that the concerts are not too loud and even though they bring in a lot of people, it is rarely too crowded to fill up all the tables.
**However, the most undesirable thing about these concerts is that the concerts force the staff to pour all beers into....PLASTIC cups...I find this absolutely inappropriate..I had to drink a Bell's Hop Slam and a Dogfish Head Chicory Stout out of plastic cups.

The service is great. The people there will get to know you and help you out with selections and other deals.

The selection is just about perfect. The large tap list is impressive and the cooler is filled with amazing and rare brews.

It is however way overpriced in my opinion. Dogfish Head Bitches Brew is $37.50. Any of their rare beers are just way overpriced. They're taking advantage of the rich Sarasota people, which makes it hard for someone like me to enjoy the beers that would other be expensive...but not completely overpriced by threefold.

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Photo of svraines
5/5  rDev +17.4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5

I am an occasional visitor to the Sarasota area, but this trip I went out of my way to try this place. If you are from the area, you should get acquainted with C&B Pub if you aren't already. We went on a Thursday so it was pretty dead, good for us, bad for tips. I was looking to get some Cigar City beers without driving up to Tampa and Dawn at the bar hooked me up. I like to try the standards from a brewery so the Maduro Brown and Jai Alai IPA were on my list and had a little bit of the Cubano Espresso on tap.
Taps were great, standards and 'whales', and bottles almost unparalleled. Great prices for the quality ($4.50 Snifter of Cubano) and good pours, maybe even too much in the snifter of some big beers. It was a pleasure to talk with Dawn about beer. They even had a beer brewed for them on tap with Florida mandarins and local honey. I will definitely make it out to C&B every time I am in town.

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Photo of dainbramage
4.9/5  rDev +15%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

The Cock & Bull is what a tru pub should feel like. Everything about this place screams beer. As soon as you walkin the heavy entrance door you see the coolers lining the back of the hand crafted bar. Look up and to the right and you will see the draft beer menu. With roughly 38 on draft and about 300 bottles on hand you will find something you like. The staff is very knowledgeable and willing to make suggestions if you are unsure.
The bull is a Non smoking establishment so for those who do and those who do not there is a huge back lot with a fire pit and 2 stages for local bands. I would highly recommend that if you are even close check this place out you will not be dissapointed.

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Photo of Brysky
5/5  rDev +17.4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | food: 5

This is my favorite beer bar as there are a few in our town, this is the top dog. The owners have been in the business for decades and know their beer. The staff knows it as well and anything they don't know they will be the first to say it and ask the owners.

Some of the beer is a bit costly to some but you have to think of it as quality to quantity. The beer that is more priced then others is higher in abv. % so it evens out and they are defiantly comparable to other places around town if not cheaper.

The pizza is some of the BEST in Florida and a very under estimated part of the Cock & Bull experience. They supply on their menu different pizza's pairings of what type of beer should be had with each. They also have subs, newly added wings, spring rolls and soft pretzels with either marinara or warm beer cheese which is so good.

When it comes to the taps they have over 45 taps and bottles are over 400 and the beers are ever changing.

It is a rather large place with a pool table, and a large back outside area with a newly installed stage where they have live music shows often. and during the winter they have a fire pit to keep warm.

They have specials all the time, whether it is Karaoke Rock Band on Mons., free topping Tues. or $5 liter night on Weds.

I recommend this place to anyone, there is no creepy guys trying to pick up girls as this is a real chill place. Is a very great place to just hang out and have a beer alone, try something new or meet friends.

Such a great place.

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Photo of nopucophop
3.88/5  rDev -8.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

The atmosphere of this place is great. Lots of wood, cool decor, and a outdoor fireplace. I myself like quite places and even with all the great reviews it is never packed when I go, again to me that is a good thing. There really is not anything more I could look for in a place. If I lived close by this would be my home away from home. The guys I have met behind the bar have been great. Thanks Howie and Frank. They really go out of there way to make you feel at home. The selection is massive. I would like to see some of the more rare Belgiums but that is my personal taste. On my last visit the had the following on tap TenFidy, Storm King Stout, Shiner Black, Delirium Noel, Lindemans Framboise, Brooklyn Cookie Jar Porter, Bells Cherry Stout and many more. I have only had the Pizza and I believe it may be all they offer but it was actually pretty dam good. Now I am not saying this is the place to go if food is your focus but the pie I had kicked ass. All in all I really enjoy this place. I would tell any lover of beer to be sure to visit this place if your anywhere in the area.

Upon my most recent visit to Fl the service here has taken a step back. Frank is no longer there and he was a key component. I actually was served a DFH Shatea in a plastic cup. They said that they were waiting clean cups. C'mon, it's that hard to have clean cups? I would get it if the place was packed, but it was quite the opposite. The attitude of the place has move more to arrogant which I did not like either. This is no longer my favorite Sarasota bar. Sorry Howie! I will still visit as the beer is awesome but the other elements are failing.

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Photo of gunnerman
3.4/5  rDev -20.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3 | service: 3 | selection: 4

I have had plans to stop by this place for years now and finally had the chance. The atmosphere is where this is at, The place just oozes beer from the cool tin to the awesome lights in the window it just screams craft. The door going into this place was awesome it was on a pully type system with maybe a weight attached to it, very cool. The bottle refrig's were some of the nicest around and displayed well over 300 different beers, well lit and art like. The outside was pretty nice with a bond fire going, it had that college feel to it. Now getting on to the drafts, what a dissapointment they had litterly weak drafts, I was expecting a selection like Redlight Redlight but it was not like that, wrong tap handles, wrong glassware, horrible service, the bartender had no clue. Overall I don't want to bash this place to much the amazing bottle selection, was a plus. I think this place could be one of the coolest beer bars if they bring in rarer drafts. I was a bit letdown for hearing such good things about this place.

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4.88/5  rDev +14.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5

So I am in Sarasota to visit some friends and hit up Cigar City Brewery. And one of my friends says that she wants to take me to the cock and bull cause I would love
it. Holy crap...she was right.

It def looks like a dump. From the outside I would peg it as a local bar with a bunch of older white guys playing pool and driking Budlight. BUT...its quite the opposite.

As you walk up the ramp and into the front door your greeted with a massive wall of beer fridges.
Insane...I could not stop starring. I was mezmorized! Great selection...BUT some of the big boys were mad pricey. for example. 750ml of Mikkelers, Cigar City, and other great high end beers were well over $15...I was most suprised by the cost of a bottle of DFH 120. $26!!! but yea...other than the really high end stuff. Everything was priced fair. Atmosphere was awesome. Local young people, pool table, pub vibe, There was this cool living room set up in the back. Plus a porch and back yard complete with bone fire and kegs to sit on as chairs. Friking bad ass place.

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Photo of JAA
4.44/5  rDev +4.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5

Only been there once, and it once absolutely empty. Just me and a couple of bartenders. It just opened for the day, but Jesus, it was after 5 P.M.

The place looks like a dump from the outside. It looks like a standard pub on the inside. Nice wood bar, dart room, pool tables, and a decent size outside deck.

Service was good, probably because i was the only patron. However, the bartenders didn't really talk all that much. It was a like drinking alone.

Selection is phenomenal. The best bottle selection in the Sarasota-Bradenton area. Mostly american craft in twelve ounce bottles. About thirty beers on tap, and good beers, hard to find stuff and big beer. I liked the coolers with all the beer lined up in them. Easy for me, because i have great eyesight.

Overall a great bar. Probably more enjoyable on a friday or a saturday night when it gets a little busy. Quite far from my house in Palmetto. I would go more often if it was closer.

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Cock & Bull in Sarasota, FL
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