Overall, we all agreed the beer is decent and drinkable, and I think they’re doing some interesting enough things (like the IBA and the Rye) to keep them noticed and fresh.
Beers are $4 per pint, and growlers and apparently bottles are available to go as well.
… The food, though, was good all around. Paul kept raving about his "Chicken-bacon-tater" meal, which was essentially all those ingredients in a flatbread taco thing smothered (I think) in cheese and stuff. Decadent, you know. I ordered fish and chips, which is pretty standard for me whenever I first visit a brewpub—I figure it’s a good measure of the place—and it was a solid plate.