- Pat WSeems very popular with the locals and justifiably so. Comfortable, laid back space that makes you feel free to enjoy the ambiance, free peanuts, and chat with your neighbor. Appreciate that they're not trying to be "too big for their britches" and just brew a couple crowd-pleasing beers at a time. They do it well and take pride in their product -- this isn't a hipster microbrewery that's overly enamored with the tedious IPA culture that characterizes so many these days, or experimenting with a dozen obscure varieties no one really wants to drink much of. It's simple, tasty, enjoyable, unpretentious, and deserving of patronage from townies and visitors. Nice little space to sit outside too, if the weather is permissive of it. Definitely recommended!
- Christopher MThey only had two beers on tap today. The Smash IPA and the Amber Slammer. Only tried the Smash so far and it was good. Vienna malt and Idaho 7 hops. Will try the Amber Slammer next. Very nice place and we had a nice talk with the gentleman running the bar. They also have wines.
- Steve SCorsicana's first and only brewpub. Clayton is the owner/brew master who turns out a nice smooth ale... He only has three brews at any one time, but they are ever evolving and you can always find one if not all three very satisfying.
|Wed:||4:00 – 8:00 PM|
|Thu:||4:00 – 8:00 PM|
|Fri:||4:00 – 10:00 PM|
|Sat:||12:00 – 10:00 PM|