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All reviews wings cheese curds pretzel bites poutine chicken wrap sandwiches great beer craft beer apricot peach ale live music pub food on tap indoor and outdoor seating love this place fun atmosphere ipa bands
Much more to offer than just a brewery. While they do have a nice selection of their house made beers available, the food is great also. Very busy spot, even at mid afternoon on a Saturday. Definitely a happening place with live music at night,...More
The wings alone were worth the drive! I got two sauces on the side, and the level of crispness achieved without breading was unprecedented. Ten wings were almost more than I could manage. They are HUGE!!! I’m not a big beer drinker, but the Lime...More
We didn’t actually go in, we saw the younger crowd inside and didn’t look like there was any seating. A girl singing with a guitar was the entertainment . Didn’t seem like a place for us, so went to that lobster place next door, sat...More
We've been coming here for years. The beer is great and the service is outstanding. We were upset a year or so ago when the food menu was pulled, but glad, based on feedback that the food would come back. It's always great. I just...More
Of all of the breweries in Dunedin, Dunedin Brewery is my favorite. The food and beer are both great and the staff members are always pleasant. They even have some parking which is always in short supply in the area. Dunedin Brewery is the place...More
This is a good place for happy hour or dinner. It is centrally located and has some parking. The staff is good and very friendly. The food is good and they give you a lot. I recommend this restaurant for any situation.
We stopped in to visit this brewery while shopping in Dunedin. The host was very personable, asking what types of beers I preferred. I chose four pours in my flight, ranging from light to dark. I especially enjoyed the Biere de Cafe, a brown ale...More