I probably focused on the atmosphere more than the beer and food, which were both good. Very spacious and multi-faceted, almost castle-like. The main floor offers a small tasting room that we bypassed. The cellar houses the bar area, which is surrounded in stone. The dining room, also on the lower-level, is also wrapped in stone. Although extremely busy on a Saturday night, dim, and loud, the elements were truly unique to any brewpub I've been. And kid-friendly, too!
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