134 Ratings

Type: Bar, Eatery

338 S State St
Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48104-2412
United States

(734) 996-9191 | map

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Photo of JDizzle
4.78/5  rDev +11.7%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 5

I stayed in Ann Arbor for business last week and looked up where to go on here. Ashleys poped up with great ratings, so I checked out thier website. Well Holy Shit!!!! It just so happened that the night I was staying there, Ashley's was holding a Founders event with KBS, CBS, Better Half, Nemesis, + other killer Founders beers along with the other awesome taps!

The service was unreal! I sat at the bar and was served the rare beers as soon as they were available. The price was great and I talked to a lot of cool people during the night.

I didn't try the food, but it looked good.

What a great place with a great beer selection!

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Photo of HopSteppa
4.43/5  rDev +3.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 3

Ashley's. I must have celebrated all of my going away festivities at this place. I was not so much of a beer fan before Ashley's but between the wide selection of local Michigan brews, great folks to chit chat with, and helpful bartenders, now I am a huge beer fan!

I even had the bright ideal of signing up on their "beer tour" where you get some quirks for every 5, 10, 20, eventually 100 beers you drink.

Great beer selection of all the best local knowns and unknowns: Bell's & Founders never dissapointed. Their serving sizes were pretty generous. Beer menu broke down all of their beer styles on tap and bottles.

Watch out for Trivia nights mid-week from 7PM to 9PM, the tables and bars max out and it might be a 5min to an hr wait. During weekends the bottom bar opens up with some pretty good deals. It's right on U of Michigan's campus so you get a mostly older college crowd and can hear many laments from lots of graduate students over some great tasting beer. Definitely will miss Ashley's and will look forward to going back whenever I get the chance to.

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Photo of BMMillsy
4.15/5  rDev -3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 5 | food: 3.5

There is no better selection of beer in Ann Arbor. From Dogfish 120 and Dogfish World Wide to Trappiste Rochefort 10 and Double Crooked Tree, this place has it all. Recently tried beers from a brewery I had not heard of--Oddside Ales--and they were excellent.

The food is decent, but nothing to rave about. Pizza and burgers are good. I would go for the Lineman Burger if you like big sloppy ones.

They have a beer tour, where you are rewarded for trying a certain number of beers. Highly recommended for the beer buff (as well as the scotch/whiskey buff). Need to get there early, as it fills up quick once grad students head out of their office around 4:30 or 5 pm. Certainly the place to be for beer snobs.

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Photo of BlackBelt5112203
4.53/5  rDev +5.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5

Ashley's is awesome. I make it a point to go there every time I visit Ann Arbor. The atmosphere is great. Both inside and outside, it has sort of an old-fashioned feel to it - something that I'm a fan of. They also have a ton of different old beer bottles on a mantle that encircles the whole place. During peak hours and days, it does get very busy, loud, and you'll probably have to wait. This should be expected in a college town like AA. The only downside to this is that the waiting area is very small, and if there's too many people, you might have to wait outside - not very comfortable during the winter. However, any wait that you have to endure will be worth your while. The selection of beers is excellent, including many rotating beers on tap. There's also this cool perk-program that they have called "Beer Tour." Essentially, you gain different things (anything from a free appetizer to a sweatshirt to your name on a plaque) for trying different beers.

If you're ever in the Ann Arbor area, I would highly recommend paying Ashley's a visit.

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Photo of MarcatGSB
4/5  rDev -6.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5

Arrived at Ashley's shortly after the Jolly Pumpkin La Roja GR release. First time visit, and I was very pleased. The draft list is displayed by a chalk board on the wall, and appeared to be keep up to date.

They had some really nice draft selections, things that you won't find elsewhere, such as Short's Sour Puss, and La Parcela on cask. A real treat both of those were. The place is rather small, and kind of has a college bar feel to it. A few TV's, and a really nice whisk(e)y selection.

Server was cordial, and seemed interested enough in the beer she was serving. Somewhat knowledgeable. I will revisit whenever in the A2 area. Great little spot.

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Photo of SonnyBono
4.35/5  rDev +1.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 3.5

I really enjoy Ashely's. It's my go to beer bar in Ann Arbor, when I'm not hitting up the breweries. They have a very good selection but the service isn't all that quick. The servers are nice and have a working knowledge of beer (not stellar in my experience), but the place is too small for the demand on weekends.

Overall, this is the place I'd recommend to go if you want the best selection in town. Just be prepared to wait for a table or the bar if you come at peak hours. If you want to try the local Ann Arbor brews, walk a couple streets over to the brewpubs.

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Photo of Shibbykaiyai
4.13/5  rDev -3.5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 5

You go here for the beer selection....The beer list is a novel-length with beers that even the most knowledgeable BA poster has never heard of. As the tagiline on the radio spot states, "if you can't find it here, you probably don't want to drink it."

That being said, I was not too much of a fan of the place itself. You would think a place with this many options to offer a beer drinker would be mecca. But not really. Service was decent at best and the atmosphere was kinda pretentious.

Whenever I bring friends into A2, I bring em here for the stupidly long beer list. And then we head out to a neighborhood bar like Frasers or one of the ABC brewpubs to drink.

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Photo of patol8
4.5/5  rDev +5.1%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4

This is the bar any self respecting BA needs to go to when in Ann Arbor. The tap list speaks for itself and the bottle list is amazing as well. The food is decent pub fare, not too expensive. I usually go during happy hour when pints are $1 off and certains apps are half off. My favorite experience at Ashleys has been the Founders special tapping of KBS, Black Biscuit, and Backwoods Bastard. They also just happened to have Bells Wedding Ale on tap that night as well. The one complaint I would have about this place is it always seems to be very loud, even with a less than full bar. The noise does not matter though when you choosing from over 75 beers on tap and an amazing bottle list.

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Photo of Bslied
4.68/5  rDev +9.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

I would like to start this review by saying I am definitely biased when reviewing this establishment. I frequented this bar quite a bit over the two years I was at grad school at the U of M, knew most of the staff, and even a bunch of the regular's. Ashley's was the place where I first discovered that there were beers outside of Yuengling, Coors, and Miller. The 60 or so beers on tap accompanied by just as man in bottle overwhelmed me at first. After sampling a few of the beers; however, it became evident that I knew nothing about good beer and needed to do some more investigating. I got more than just a master's degree at Umich, I got a beer education. The food at Ashley's was above average, with fancier pub fare encompassing most of the menu. The staff, from my experience, were a bunch of beer nuts who worked there because they loved what they did. They could come off as snobby to those less in the know, but were always very knowledgeable when approached with questions. As is with all college towns, this could have changed with student turn over since I have been there. Overall my favorite bar and would be there at least once a week if I lived in AA again.

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Photo of alebird
3.1/5  rDev -27.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 1 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I have been an Ashley's patron (half the time reluctantly) for years. It's a love hate relationship. About 8:30 or so until midnight when it begins to clear out, the atmosphere is great. They have a solid selection of beers and their food is quite good, but I have never, EVER, had good service there, even when there were only half a dozen other occupied tables in the place. And for the most part, 3 out of 4 pours are short. Pay for a pint and receive 13 or 14 ounces. If I had only been there one or two times, I wouldn't write such a review, but I've been there dozens of times and they almost always disappoint when it comes to service and the kindness of their pours. And as far as knowledge of their staff toward the product they sell, one time a 30-something bartender told me that a beer cannot be both sweet and bitter at the same time. Really? If you're in A2 and have time to check out all the quality beer joints, stop by Ashley's, but if you don't have a lot of time, hit the more prominent breweries instead. You will be much better rewarded.

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Photo of DrJay
4.1/5  rDev -4.2%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5

We stopped in over the Xmas holidays after visiting the Jolly Pumpkin brewpub. Decent atmosphere, it really seemed like a bar near a college, lots of (what appeared to be) students hanging out with friends having a drink. Restrooms are located in the basement and the steep stairs seemed to serve a dual purpose as a soberness test. Great beer selection, dozens on tap and dozens more in bottles. It seems that the main list doesn't change much because the beer menus appear to be printed only once every few months, but there are new additions on the chalkboard that look like they rotate on a more regular basis. Local brews were well represented, as were larger craft brewers and foreign outfits. Just check out their website to see what I mean. Service was decent, quick and accurate though our server was clearly still learning about the craft beer scene. Prices were reasonable for both pints and bottles. This would certainly be a regular spot for me if I were attending U of M and I'll likely be back on my next trip to Ann Arbor.

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Photo of Rocks
4.33/5  rDev +1.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

This place is located right across the street from the Michigan campus. I went here because I was only in the state for a couple of days and needed to get my fix of Bells beer before returning to Massachusetts where they don't distribute.

The place was fairly small, but it looked like they have a bar downstairs as well. The menu had pretty much any type of bar food you could ask for. I had a beef and cheddar which was so good I don't think I'll be able to eat what passes off as one at Arby's ever again.

Though I stuck with my promise of drinking all the Bells they had on draft (of which they had a bunch), the beer selection was excellent with 70 beers on draft, including a huge selection from around the state. Their beer menu doubles as a beer education guide and is good to keep your interest if bored.

I'd love to return here sometime when I can allow myself to try more of their diverse beer menu.

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Photo of buschbeer
4.6/5  rDev +7.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.25 | selection: 5 | food: 3.75

I went to Ashley's before a Michigan game. I read that they had 70 beers on tap and that was good enough for me to check it out. I expected a bigger place. It was average sized, but I did see that there was also a bar downstairs that was not being used in the early afternoon. I loved the beer selection. As I mentioned, they have 70 taps, and they also have 90 bottle selections. There is a beer menu with descriptions of the beers that are permanently in stock. They also have rotating taps, so they keep a nice variety of seasonals.

I started with a flight of rotating taps (Short's Key Lime Pie, DFH Funkin Punkin, Pumking, and a chocolate porter). Then I had to sign up for the Ultimate Beer Tour. This will keep me coming back for each trip to Ann Arbor.

I had a buger that was good. The service was a bit slow, but I didn't die of thirst. This is a must see attraction in the Ann Arbor beer scene.

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Photo of jrallen34
3.74/5  rDev -12.6%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5

In Ann Arbor to check out the beer scene and despite the many brew pubs this is the best place to head by far, however, it totally has its downsides. First of all we were there two consecutive nights and it was just way to crowded, I can't imagine it when school is in session. The atmosphere was nothing special at all, almost down right boring...The quality and selection of beer was pretty good. They have something like 70 taps and a couple hundred bottles which is impressive, but almost too overwhelming. The taps were of decent quality and lot of local stuff, but also a lot of easy to find bs that really shouldn't be there. They did have dragonsmeade and Kuhnhenn, which is really nice. The bottle list was nothing great, I didn't see anything I had to get. Now I am being pretty picky, this place has nice beer that anyone can find something good to drink.

My real problem with this place comes down to the service, again two nights at least four different bartenders who didn't know jack about beer. We constantly asked them for suggestions and they always kept offering us easy to find crap. Me and my friend told them each, hey we've had a ton of stuff, show me something good and local. The first clown goes why don't you try a delirium tremens, we say no, then he goes how about a delirium nocturnum? REALLY GUY? REALLY?

So basically, get better service, offer a little higher standard on taps and this place could be world class.

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Photo of liquidcraft
3.5/5  rDev -18.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3

I find myself at Ashley's regularly which probably leads me to be more critical than many. I also live 5 minutes from Hopcat in Grand Rapids so I get spoiled.

Ashley's keeps the rotating tap list pretty interesting and the bottle list is certainly the most substantial in the area. If you like beer and you're in Ann Arbor then this is the stop to make. The atmosphere is laid back, sometimes it gets a little loud. They always have a few casks...badass, and the beer tour? I'll take free stuff for beers I would have drank anyways.

You never know how the service is going to be; some nights I'd give it a 5, other nights a 1. On more than one occasion we've gotten the wrong beers brought to us and the beer list is updated rarely (the rotating taps listed online were last updated december 2009). Always pick out two beers because often enough they won't have the first one you chose. While the food is pretty average, the late-night food menu should generally be avoided. Save yourself the money, go home and microwave some frozen TV dinners. Same quality. Also, this last remark is more observation than criticism, but if there's any sort of a wait the line gets jammed into a space about 3 ft x 10 ft, not for the claustrophobic.

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Photo of lstokes
4.28/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

It's a loud college bar on the end of the Diag--when I went, my friend and I were trying to have a conversation, but having a hard time between the trivia competition, the music, and the sheer crowd of people. Our service was friendly, but a bit slow, and I didn't ask him any questions about the beer, so no comment there.

Not great points for atmosphere, but this is the best-stocked college bar I've ever been in, with over 60 beers on tap and maybe another 60-something in bottles. The food is also superb, especially the fries with creative toppings--stilton? pesto? chicken curry? wow!--and the burgers and pizzas.

If I live in Ann Arbor next year (I'm checking out the graduate school) I could easily see myself being a regular here.

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Photo of Shumista
4.35/5  rDev +1.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

This is one of my favorite bars in Ann Arbor. As an undergraduate in a fraternity most of my buddies like the louder party-like atmosphere of Rick's, Good Time Charley's, 5th Quarter etc. I don't really like slamming pitchers of Natty Light though, and I'd much rather enjoy a few pints here any night. It definitely has more of a grown up feel, more grad students and older customers are usually here than undergrads. Don't fool yourself into thinking this is just another college bar because its in a college town. I suppose it can get a little bit crazy sometimes on the weekend, but it's nothing compared to the aforementioned bars. Haha now that I think of it one my old GSIs used to old his office hours here...he was a pretty cool guy.

Anyways the selection is great and is frequently changing and the beer menu is extremely descriptive. 70ish beers on tap and 50+ bottles. One cool thing they do here is the world beer tour, giving you free stuff for trying more beers. I use it as a good excuse to try beers that are new to me. The food is pretty good, especially for bar food. Definitely not fine dining, but very tasty stuff. Pub fare done right in my opinion. As has been mentioned the service is really my only gripe. That being said I usually go to Ashley's to relax so the sometimes slow service doesn't bother me a whole lot. If it's busy just order your next beer while your still working your current one. With luck it will show up by the time you are done.

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Photo of Telix
4.22/5  rDev -1.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Ashley's is a great bar that anyone would be happy to have in their hometown. I first checked it out when I was interviewing for my job here in Ann Arbor, actually, based on Beer Advocate reviews. It did not disappoint - a tremendous selection of full-time drafts (around 60, I believe) and a good selection of rotating taps, somewhere in the 8-10 range. The full-time taps are a great range of quality craft brews from America and around the world - I believe the only macro at all is Labatt's. They get some interesting and exclusive drafts, and have three cask ales pulling all the time. Additionally, their single malt scotch selection is excellent, if you want to experiment past beer.

The atmosphere is a bit lacking, in that it's essentially a large, loud, college bar close to UM campus. It gets full when you'd expect it to, and the jukebox is sometimes too loud for decent conversation. It's not exactly attractive inside, but there are a number of tables of different sizes to accommodate groups, couples, etc.

One thing I don't love about Ashley's is the service, which can be hit and miss, but I think it's more a staffing issue - sometimes they simply didn't have enough servers on the floor. The servers usually know a decent amount about the beer they are serving, but I've been poured a beer I knew was wrong, and they didn't really seem too sorry about it in the least. Usually they are nice enough college-age servers and come around enough to keep a beer in your hand, but other times you'll be waiting longer than you'd like. Honestly, I don't like bars with table service, but it wouldn't work as a bar service place.

The food is overall pretty solid. I like the pesto chicken pizza a lot, the appetizers are tasty, and the fish and chips is good. The pizzas are a good price and a good size for splitting, so that's my usual go-to.

An enjoyable aspect of Ashley's is the Beer Tour, which is much like other beer tours - drink different beers, get them checked off your list, and earn prizes as you go along. A benefit of Ashley's beer tour is that, instead of Budweiser, Michelob, etc, you have stuff like Schneider Aventinius, Founder's Pale Ale, Great Lakes Edmund Fitzgerald, and so on. The prizes start pretty good, too, with a free appetizer and pizza being the first two things you earn, and those are at 5 and 10 beers!

It's a great place to go if you want a few good drafts and some eats, but are willing to take the chance on a crappy experience.

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Photo of adamette
4.2/5  rDev -1.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

Edit: Just found my notes taken that day here in their unedited form:

10 15 09 visit. Referred here by Jolly Pumpkin Ann Arbor waiter who said that it was 4 blocks away. It was more like about 7 blocks but it was a welcomed walk none the less. On State Street, opposite commons of University of Michigan, nice bustling location, lots of foot traffic. Great amount of taps. Delirium Tremens, Aventinus, Arrogant Bastard, lots of local Michigan beers, Rogue and that is all on tap....did not even see their bottles.

Atmosphere: Smokey but wonderfully cluttered with beer bottles, signage, hard wood furniture, crusty bar, friendly, attentive people on a Thursday afternoon pretty much on the campus of U of M.

College atmosphere with band signage, bulletin board for lessons of various sorts.

Based on a visit there 10 15 09. Review from limited notes, mainly memory.

Atmosphere This is certainly a college bar with a better selection of beer than any college bar that I have ever been in. Notifications of apartments, happenings on campus at University of Michigan (the place is across from a huge commons area of campus) and other services are on a cork board as you enter and there are paraphernalia from all manner of breweries, bottles also from hundreds, if not a thousand, breweries as well. I really like the atmosphere but I like the selection of taps probably more. 4.5

Quality Good with proper glassware and a beer advocacy that you do not often find in a place so close to a major campus. 4.0

Service Good. Several people, including someone who turned out later to be a patron, offered the beer list which is a small book. 4.0

Selection The best part of the place. As stated, I have never been to what is essentially a college bar with such an incredible selection. Two rows of craft, imported taps including Aventinus, Delerium Tremens, a lot of local Michigan beers and even Great Lakes Brewing Company (sort of my hometown brewery) were represented. Really, really good. 4.5

Food Did not order any food.

Value Reasonable.

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Photo of dirtylou
4.3/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

found ashleys on Friday night for a pint and spent the better part of saturday afternoon here for 4 more.

quirky place - a waitlist for a beerbar. there is no loitering allowed - no standing at the bar. while this seems to be a good trait, it's also extremely annoying. If they care that much about beer culture, then at least get rid of all the damn smoke in here.

otherwise - the atmosphere is good enough. lots of beerschwag present. the beer menu presents tons of information and is great for novices and noobs. as you wait in line, the chalkboards on the wall outline the rotational taps.

selection was great - for sure. 70ish taps - tons of attractive stuff. in two visits i kicked back a few shorts ipas, an arcadia hopmouth cask, a jolly pumpkin bam biere, a third coast old ale. there was a lot of other stuff of interest too - sipped on a ruination and shorts soft parade. there were interesting highlights from southern tier and great divide as well as enough belgian schwag to keep you interested

everything tasted great and when a cute blonde is ignorantly asked what her favorite beer is and responds "ruination", the place gets a point.

didnt eat - menu looked average

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Photo of Sammy
4.34/5  rDev +1.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 4

Outstanding bar in beautiful Ann Arbor. Lots of people here always. Decent sized bar, with lots of tables. Lots of taps. Lots of bottles, though the bottles are the Shelton brothers lineup that can be bought elsewhere. Bartenders are very knowledgeable about the beers and the craft beer scene. I heard it rumoured, and I did see staff sit down with people and help host little parties of people. Great little street with little groceries, Ben and Jerries, parking available. Mostly local Michigan stuff, but there were some good nationals as well, i.e. Southern Tier creme brullee. An ongoing craft beer party. The food is supposed to be very decent.

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Photo of Deuane
4.25/5  rDev -0.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Stopped in for a few pints and lunch during our tour of downtown A2.

Nice,homey old English style pub inside. Quite small and I am sure this place could get crazy crowded. We choose to sit at the bar and was well attended to by the bartenderess.

A CRAZY tap menu with tons of Michigan beers to include 3 Short's, numerous Bell's, Founder's, JP, New Holland and a few others. All in all--70 taps. Then, the bottles...if you couldn't find something on tap to enjoy! Oh, and if that is not enough they have a selection of over 60 single malt Scotches!

Food was tasty and well presented. I had a Stilton Chicken Salad and C had some "special" salad, it had dried fruit and pecans and she claimed it was quite nice.

Everything seemed fresh from the beers to the food, no complaints here.

I really liked our visit to this place. If I lived in the A2 area I am sure I would be a regular patron. The incredible selection alone would bring me back over and over again!

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Photo of lamarr04
4.58/5  rDev +7%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

Ashley's is my favorite bar in Ann Arbor. Amazing tap and bottle selection and surprisingly good food. Atmosphere is quite nice with a comfortable interior, and older clientele. Memorable experiences I have had there are having Harry magills spiced stout on-tap on a day when they had something like 20 bells beers on tap. Having my first russian imperial stout, Old Rasputin, on-tap. There are too many great beers that I have had on tap to name. In terms of food, their waffle fries are the ultimate in late night bar food. Only complaint would be staff that sometimes has very little clue about what they are serving.

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Photo of AVDeuph
3.4/5  rDev -20.6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 2 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5

Well there isn't too much to say about Ashley's that hasn't been said already. Beer selection, particularly tap, is very good. They have 3 beers on cask, include 90-minute. I've had Founder's KBS, Goose Island Imperial IPA (underrated!), and other great beers on tap here as their rotating selection is ever-changing and excellent.

Main issue with Ashley's (besides crazy crowds essentially every day) is the service. I understand it gets ridiculous in there but I can't believe that they aren't able to just throw in a few more waitstaff sometimes to get things running more smoothly.

A perfect place to have dinner and great beer on a weekday at 5pm.

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Photo of FtownThrowDown
4.15/5  rDev -3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Stopped in here on my way to Founders. Great place on one of the greatest campuses there is around. Smack in the middle of the University of Michigan's campus. Great list of tap beers. I went straight for the Short's offerings, then went with a Dark Horse Crooked Tree. The food was solid, but the place can get pretty crowded as you can imagine from it being on a college campus.
Plenty of great beers on tap and a great environment, locale. What else can you ask for in a beer bar?
I'll stop here whenever I'm anywhere near the place.

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Ashley's in Ann Arbor, MI
4.28 out of 5 based on 134 ratings.
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