So the name is slightly misleading. When a place is called a Brewing Company you would expect them to be brewing their own beer. However LBC doesn't. That's not to say it's bad though. While they have a small tap list, 6 altogether, 4 are usually beers brewed in Virginia. The bottle selection isn't half bad either, and that includes wine as well.
The LBC is situated in a converted storefront just off the main drag in Downtown Leesburg. Seating comprises of about 20 or so tables, a sanding room area against one wall, and a small bar the seats about 8 (note the bar has no TV, which could be a good or bad thing depending on how you look at it). The staff was welcoming and pleasant keeping a good eye on if i needed anything. While it was moderately busy when i arrived, it had become significantly busier by the time i left, which for 8pm i though was pretty impressive.
As for the food, i decided to go with something smallish. My choice was the BBQ pulled chicken sliders. I'll admit i am not much of a BBQ aficionado, for most of my life avoiding it, mostly because i am not a pork person. However recent BBQ experiences, including this one, have made me seriously reconsider BBQ. Needless to say the sliders were fantastic. They had just the right amount of sauce with the right amount of tanginess and spice that i would want to see with a BBQ sandwich. On top of it all the chicken was moist, tender, and of the just right shredded quality for a pulled sandwich.
My only qualms were with the setup, but they are mostly minor and not enough to detract from the experience as a whole. While i would like to try out other places in Leesburg when i get the chance to pass though the area again. I am sure that i would not turn down the opportunity to go back to the LBC.
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