I went here with a group of friends in August of 2007. The bartender made some good beer suggestions (I arrived early and had a beer while I waited.) I tried the Blue Heron (their lightest and sweetest house beer), and I was not disappointed. We had reservations, so we were seated promptly once the rest of the group arrived. The building itself has great architecture -- high ceilings, metal catwalks, exposed brick and wood beams, piping and vats used for brewing, etc. Our young server was friendly, but once our order was taken, she didn't return to the table soon or often enough to get refills, add'l drink orders, etc. -- a major pet peeve. I had a personal pizza -- it lacked enough sauce and it had a nondescript spicy flavor -- I'd give it a 5 out of 10. Also, we had walked to Bridgeport from another part of town, but the surrounding area is currently undergoing major construction, with several roads closed -- good luck driving there and parking!