I went for a tour and met James who is one of the co-owners. The place is located in a small wharehouse but they have a quick tour and then a few tables to sit at and sample the beers. It was a nice day so they had the roll up door open in the back of the brewery and we sat for a while and listened to James tell stories about the infancy of a brewery. I give these guys a lot of credit - it sounds like an up hill battle. anyway, there were only two beers to sample that day because they were basically sold out of the other two flavors. I was a little disappointed to find out that the wheat beer was sold out, but then James offered to pour me a glass right off the kettle - totally cool.