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“Warehouse pub”

Mt. Shasta Brewing Co.
Ranked #5 of 19 Restaurants in Weed
Price range: $10 - $20
Cuisines: American
Description: Situated in the historic Medo-Bel creamery, Mt. Shasta Brewing Company has been crafting and serving some of the North State's finest ales and lagers for more than a decade. Come join us for some hearty pub grub and a delicious beer today!
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Description: Situated in the historic Medo-Bel creamery, Mt. Shasta Brewing Company has been crafting and serving some of the North State's finest ales and lagers for more than a decade. Come join us for some hearty pub grub and a delicious beer today!
Reviewed January 22, 2013

A good place to stop in for a nice cold micro brew after snow skiing. Enjoyed conversing with the brewmaster on back country skiing.

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Reviewed December 27, 2012

Mt Shasta Brewing is a quaint little brewery/restaurant in Weed, CA. I was intrigued by their menu of specialty beers. My very favorite was a seasonal Jalapeno flavored beer. Although it sounds unusual, this beer was excellent! Just enough "kick" and a light jalapeno note. This beer would be a great accompaniment to your favorite Mexican meal! We enjoyed the sampler selections of the current brews the brewery offered.

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Reviewed October 24, 2012

I totally agree with the previous reviewer, however, I'm a bit less critical of the "eclectic" decor. Yes, it IS a disparate mish-mash of junk and not necessarily displayed in an artistic manner, but we found it amusing and somewhat interesting to look at while we waited for our food. We, too, suspected the waitress was also the cook and, because of that, service was not the best! Our food was okay - kind of like something you'd quickly make at home for lunch - definitely nothing special. The beer, however, was quite good and that was our main reason for going there. So, if you like beer and don't mind average food and very slow service, this is kind of a fun place to kill an afternoon. Too bad the owners don't hire more staff.

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Thank BobsCupcake
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Reviewed August 22, 2012

We stayed in Mt Shasta eagerly anticipating visiting the Mt. Shasta Brewing Company. After all, how can a brewpub in an area called Weed go wrong?
The brewpub is in a warehouse that resembles someone's old garage - bikes hanging from the ceiling, a hodgepodge of junk and furniture, uneven rough small wood tables and diner booth seats that were clearly acquired from some other eating establishment. There is eclectic and then there is the hot mess we saw here. The bar itself looked beautiful and was the highlight of the whole restaurant. There is no air conditioning, just several assorted fans blowing the warm air randomly across the room. The atmosphere could be forgiven if the service was good. It was not. We walked in, took a seat, and sat so long we wondered if we should be there. Just two other tables had customers, and one at the bar. If we didn't see them, we would have left. It was as if someone left the door unlocked and they were closed. A waitress finally arrived, and took our order. Our suspicion was she was also the cook. The length of time it took to bring out food from the simple menu cannot be explained. We're talking chips from a bag and salsa. My sandwich looked like it was made on a George Foreman grill and had a odd taste to it. My son's flatbread pizza was something from a school lunch. My husband is still trying to remember what he had, it was that unmemorable. Hotdogs and brats were also on the menu. Food is served on wooden cutting boards with plastic forks. The only good thing to say about the food is that is was cheap. Oddly enough, the beer is great. How could such a fine product be served in this manner? The sampler was well presented on a wooden tray, and while it cost a bit more than other brewerys to sample, there was plenty of selection. The jalapeno beer was a very interesting choice - it tasted different and unique as a sample, but not our choice for a pints worth. The Hemp beer has a light refreshing lager taste, and the smooth Lemurian Golden Lager was my favorite. The Weed Golden, Mountain High IPA, Weed Amber ale and the Brewers ale were all very good. Getting back to service, we were left to our own devices after we were served, and had to look for the waitress to pay up. The potential for this establishment could be huge if properly organized. Honor the beer with better service and improved food selection.

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Thank newjerseyfamily
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