Having the pleasure of observing Tired Hands get built, open, and grow in popularity was great. From the first time exploring the two floors, the beer list, and the menu, I could tell this was a one of a kind place. While I can no longer claim to be a local, I will never be passing up an opportunity for another beer at Tired Hands. The beer list is ever changing (except for their two staples) and always continues to innovate and experiment. Just check out the board of upcoming beers and you will not be able to resist the urge to come back. And if you are like me, you will also enjoy the funky and creative art which goes with each beer (look around and you will see it on windows and such).They also have a hand pump these days and some jazz upstairs once a week.
This is not just a place I recommend to someone in the area, but a place I go on endlessly about from one side of the country to the next.