They only had one variety of house-made beer, which was flavorful, not as hoppy and bitter as most microbrews, but a little under-carbonated. they carry a good variety of bottled beer too. To eat, we just had a few appetizers. The German nachos were better than I expected, the sauerkraut was mild enough not to overpower the dish. The beer-cheese sauce that they use with the nachos and a couple of other dishes is quite good, it actually has a little bite of beer flavor in it. The one dish that disappointed was the lettuce wraps, maybe because I was expecting Asian flavors. The chicken was a little dry and the raspberry sauce it came with was overly sweet and I did not think it worked with the dish. The atmosphere is nice - historic hotel, nicely restored, service was friendly. It was too loud to easily converse until the band quit (about 8 p,m, on a Friday.)
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