Very small place set in a shopping center at Shea and Scottsdale Road. I have been hearing about this place for quite a while from other craft brew friends. The place is small, decorated nicely and you can see the brewing equipment inside the restaurant. Have a selection of seven or eight beers that they brew in house as well as a rotating selection of about 20 beers total from other craft brew houses. The menu is short, wood fired pizzas, a few salads, and some noshing plates as appetizers. We had a meat and cheese plate that was good and went with our beers perfectly. Then moved onto pizzas. We had The Carne, and The Popper. Both were good, the Carne was excellent. Our waitress was not very informative or friendly but I won't hold that against the place, everybody has an off day. All in all a good place for a bite and a beer. If you want something more than pizzas and salad, I suggest you come here for the beer, and eat nearby as there are lots of great restaurants within walking distance. They also fill growlers here for those that would like to take beer home.
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