Their website stating that they brew their own beer brought us here but upon arrival the bartender stated they didn't have any of their own ready to drink - she stated it would be a few more weeks. Therefore, we set about sampling the wide variety of guests taps. The bartender allowed us to sample several beers before we settled upon which pints to order. She was extremely knowledgeable about craft beers and shared what she'd learned at a "field trip" some of the staff had taken to local breweries. We ordered basic fare - mozz sticks and pork potato skins. The skins surprised us because it was rib meat in them. The bartender stated we could wander upstairs to a different bar with a different beer selection and our tab would follow, so we did, but the upstairs was very disappointing compared to the downstairs. The bartender there knew nothing about craft beer. A live band played while a few people danced in a a more club like atmosphere.
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