The Funky Buddha started out primarily as a hookah bar. But then they moved to a larger space in the same center, and began a full-fledged on-site brewing operation. Now, they brew about half of the beers that they have on tap. There are roughly 15 beers on tap, and a very extensive collection of bottled beers from the U.S. and around the world.
The Funky Buddha has been getting national recognition for a number of their beers, including things as unlikely as maple bacon porter, that is bringing a lot of new beer snobs [Hint: they have a great "Beer Snob" t-shirt that I could not resist buying.]
On top of just beer, the new Buddha has a full stage and hosts local and national acts in its small intimate setting. It is a wonderful confluence when you can drink great beer, and listen to great music, both at the same time. They also have a very limited food menu, but to me, it is all about the beer and music.