The beer here was great, a few different varieties with some great flavour combinations. The food wasn't exactly what I'd expected from a 'brewing company', but not in a bad way. I thought it would be a little more pub style, which some of it was, but there's also a lot of diversity in the menu. My friends got burgers and sandwiches and soup, and enjoyed it all, I got the prosciutto (or was it pancetta?) wrapped tomato appetizer. It was a really unique dish to find in a brewery restaurant, and tasty too!
The service was pretty good considering they'd warned us it might be a little slow due to a large party taking up the entire dining room, and an understaffed kitchen. It wasn't actually that slow, just slow enough for us to enjoy our beers and the mountain views out the window.
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