Located in an area that has been resurrected over recent decades, this brewpub is generally a popular watering hole for locals. It's got an excellent patio and an expansive, comfortable interior. The beer? A good, tasty selection, ranging from a light ale to a husky stout. But don't expect your beer to come in pint glasses although you'll pay pint-glass prices. You get a smaller glass and that's a shame. As for the food, it's respectable if a little pricey. The service can be hit and miss.
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