Midwest Living Review
While this eatery is fine for lunch, it offers more "fun factor" as an evening meal with a draw from the brewery and a dose of energetic music. There's not a lot to set this brew pub apart, but that doesn't seem to be the point. It's the kind of comfortable spot you visit with friends because you like the company and everyone can find something they like from the menu. Choose one of six styles of beer on tap and peruse a large menu that features mostly standard pub fare: lots of sandwiches (muffalata panini is very good; the salmon on ciabatta gets a lift from the tasty spread), and wood-fired pizza. Fresh fruit in lieu of fries is a nice option. A children's menu (including tasty chicken tenders) indicates they don't expect an adults-only crowd. The large, dimly lit dining area offers cozy booths and tables, or you can find a seat in the bar or at a dozen or so round plastic tables on the patio out back.