Great microbrewery. Be careful, though - they keep a dozen or so brews on tap and some are a little 'exotic.' Sweet vanilla flavored beer, coffee flavored beer, etc. Stick with what the regulars drink - the Common Ale (a bitter IPA-like ale), or 85 (similar). If you prefer a heavier or maltier brew, ask the bartender for help- they're very helpful and knowledgeable. The food is good bar fare - a definite cut above average for what it is. The fish and chips are excellent as is most everything. They do have a few lighter offerings (salads, hummus and pita, etc) in case you're not up to scotch eggs or deep-fried sauerkraut balls.
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