Selecting a beer was super easy. Unfortunately we did not realize that they did not open until 4 so we were unable to stop there. They may be canning beer in the near future, with the Saucy Intruder artwork already in place.
It was quite interesting, even those of us who were not fans of tequila thought it was interesting.
Always something new and innovative on tap. This is where you see dog walkers, porch sitters and neighbors talking to each other over their backyard fences.
Knew what was going on with the menu, beer list, wine list. Remember, you have to come here to get it! As a group, we tended to favor unique and big beers both abv and IBU as a matter of personal taste. Like a basketball team made up of five point guards, or like five lug nuts on a wheel, the partners fit perfectly together with each other.
In addition to not wanting to drink the same things over and over again themselves, this is easily solved because the beer flies off the taps.
Arguments were had on a good deal of these. We pulled a quick chug and go here; unfortunately we were unable to take the time we wanted to soak it all in. Also, Jordan had a head cold both days and pulled down the average on most of the beers.
Hood and Columbus hops, it comes in at 75 IBU and 7. Checked on us regularly. No tvs that I noticed. We tried to rank based how it tasted on its own merits as well as how it stood up to other beers in the style.
No overly loud music and no TV. We wish we would have written down more about each beer we tried, but honestly this was a mad dash and it would have taken way too long to get everything down.
Overall, I enjoyed my time there and will stop again. Conversation was easy, music playing but not too loud. Good and attentive service. Unfortunately, when we planned out our trip we had counted on 3F being on Indiana time.
Sandwiches are pretty stellar too. When nearly finished with my sandwich, I asked about a glass to purchase and to go packaged beer.
Our server was absolutely lovely and stayed to chat it up with us a bit while we were perusing their beer. The restaurant had a really cool atmosphere that was very sleek and modern.Business Plan MICHIGAN’S FIRST COOPERATIVELY OWNED BREWERY member‐owners who share a passion for craft beer and a vision for a cooperative brewing model in West Michigan.
Mission Statement: The High Five Co‐op Brewery is a democratic community space in Grand Rapids, MI where employees a say in how the business.
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Black Acre Brewing Co. is located in Historic Irvington at E.
Washington St. Plan now on attending their 3rd Anniversary party on Feb. 21st! You can contact Rick Burkhardt @Indybeersleuth on Twitter and at [email protected] Black Acre Brewing Company is a small batch artisan brewery and tap room located in the Historic Irvington neighborhood of Indianapolis with a focus on unique, specialty beers along with a few traditional favorites.Download