If you like craft beer in the mountains then you should be happy here. It's about their local brew and the mountain setting not the food. If you want a good menu, you might be happier at one of the good restaurants in town. The beer was very good. I tried an IPA and a summer brew that was very good. If you are hungry, they do have a fellow out in the parking making wood fired pizza that wasn't too bad. Remember, here, it's about the brew. Next time I would stop for a couple then head to a burger joint.
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