Further notes: 1) A turn off for me is places that don't allow kids ever. Well behaved kids are welcome, (yes I have them and bring them sometimes) but as a parent you have to respect the location too. Don't expect people to control their language, be reasonable with the time (is it 11PM? maybe not such a smart move). I've also seen many kids much better behaved and way less obnoxious than certain adult patrons in places. I can understand a time/seating restriction though. 2) I echo the feedback on places that never have anything unique at the taproom, like not even some test batches or brewery only options. 3) Lack of public transit options - especially taprooms far away from everything, that's basically a haven for impaired driving issues. 4) Tiny ass tables/shelves along the walls. Sometimes space is tight and I get it, but it's not the most enjoyable experience either. 5) Food trucks - I used to like these, but basically you have to leave your table go stand outside in the cold, bad weather, dark and wait for your over priced food from a smelly truck while not drinking beer. I wish you could order and have food brought to you (or that more would do this). It seems petty, but it's so much nicer than having to leave your table and wait outside for 5-10 minutes for your messy street tacos that you'll eventually spill all over yourself while trying to eat them.