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Everyone on my 70th Birthday Bus Trip was very pleased with the visit and a number have commented on it again since then. Anyway, thanks again for a good visit. Taproom open until 10pm. Brewery Talk and Tours are limited to 25 people per session and are on first come first served basis. Group bookings will be split up and spread over 2 or 3 tours to minimise delay to others on the day. A hands on day shadowing our brew house team making one of our ales. They serve pizza, but we did not try any food.

Located in a nice part of town South End its only a couple hundred feet from a light rail stop and has street and garage parking. They especially focus on Eastern NC beers which makes them stand out from others. The bottle and can selection is growing contrary to other shops. Plus they always have an outstanding selection of the latest cans from in town and around the state.

Another bonus is that they host a bottle share once a month. Service is outstanding with all of the employees.

Price may be a a buck or so higher given the location but that doesn't detract from a positive experience. They don't serve food, but always have snacks plus several restaurants are very close for take out including the famous Price's chicken.

Otherwise I enjoyed the atmosphere. Service was was quite good. Huge selection beers on tap, advertised. I found several to try. I did not have the food at this location, but have always liked their food. Enjoyed this place, would be interested in returning. The two girls I dealt with were not super beer savvy, but were trying hard to learn.

Selection was quite good on draft and even bought a couple beers to go. Beer selection online was pretty up to date. I had a good time and would not think twice about coming back.

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Ambiance is nice upscale quirky. Medium size bar on the right, benches and stools on the left and some tables. Selection is good brewpub beers. Prices are reasonable. Small pours available. I like this place and would gladly return. Growlers PourHouse Bar. This place is in an up and coming part of town. Medium size bar on the right coming in aNd tables on the left.

Pasta. Pizza. Vino.

Draft selection was some what updated online, but the beer I came for was unavailable, I did find a gose. The brunette with glasses bartender is not a draw for me, pretty much the oposite. No reason to come back unless there is something here I really want to try. Medium sized bar to your left plus restaurant tables and a large patio. Large taplist was mostly flagship stuff as well as some newer regional and local brews.

Burgers were OK but very crumbly. Decent service. They had flights, but the choices are selected by them, not you. Decent enough place. Re-rate you can now choose your own flights and the burgers have been tastier. Taplist continues to impress. The first sign was when they dropped out of Untappd, no longer a verified venue.

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Beer list has slipped to mostly flagships, like any other bar in Charlotte. Even Wooden Robot has been absent on the last two visits. Last straws, the glassware was dirty on the last visit. Burgers are still the same.

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Anothe one bites the dust. Travlr days ago. Resident Culture. One of the few openings Ive been to where everything worked - they had adequate staff who were well trained, a space large enough to comfortably absorb the crowds, and enough beer to last the entire day. And all the POS equipment worked. Above all, the beers were very tasty, well made, on style. Eleven on offer, mostly hoppy stuff including an easy drinking pils. Hopefully they'll have more variety as they settle into a brewing routine.

The space itself is huge, with a massive long curved bar with lots of stools, some picnic and bar tables, and even some standing bars. Even though I couldnt see the mash tun, it was still a nice intimate relationship between brewhouse and serving area. More picnic tables outside on a former loading dock. Barrels everywhere, including in a second room that looks like it would be a good space for large groups or private events. This is Charlotte, so no food of course, but they did have a food truck. Large parking lot, but theyre located on an extremely busy street, so I think Ill bike or walk and come in the back way.

Im glad that another brewery making high quality beer has arrived in Charlotte, the city needs it desperately. Looking forward to more. Still anxiously awaiting the barrel aged beers, especially the sours. Waiting for more!


And hoping the NE fad passes quickly. Third review. They bottle kettle sours, which seems a bit pointless to me; they're hit and miss. So I give up. Fairly long walk from the other terminals so plan accordingly. Small place but very open plan, sleek and modern. Six taps, one of which is supposedly unique to this location - Layover Lager, a typical light lager. Server tried to convince me that this is less than a dollar more than at her local bar. Oh well. Try their other beers, they're better than Bud Light. They do have food, including breakfast but I did not partake.

Should have entered this as a brewery tap though, my bad. I can't quite put my finger on it, but this place had kind of a different vibe to it.

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Maybe the crowd skewed younger? Something like that. But it was still a fun place and very busy. Suttree days ago. The Hop Shop Beer Store. So almost a speakeasy vibe, and a really nice selection of beers, both local and carefully curated imports and regionals. Friendly place, too. This place had more of a neighborhood place vibe to it, I thought. More wood than stainless steel. I dunno.