Decent food selection and 20 craft taps with the most pedestrian being Guinness. Being in the basement of the Grand Summit Hotel is a little odd. The looked to have some outdoor seating which would come in handy when the weather is nice.
This tavern is located in the basement of The Grand Summit Hotel. It's rather dark but can be lively when there are a lot of patrons. The menu is fairly extensive and the food is decent but not special. There are usually a couple of decent craft beers on draught but they vary. Overall, this is a good place for a business lunch or a drink after work but not a destination for craft beer.
Based on their online menu, they had around 20 taps with some amazing selections including several from carton and Kane. When we got there, it turned they had maybe 10 taps, no carton and just 1 Kane (head high). The others included founders, yards, flying dog, and some macros.
The burger was pretty good, but the waiter was pretty clueless about options and the menu, but was fairly attentive. Decent place but I would've gone in with different expectations if the online menu was anywhere near accurate.