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Apr 25, 18, 02:11 PM #76
Apr 25, 18, 02:16 PM #77
Braxton Labs and Woodburn do not.
They only have a beer license, not liquor licenses, but every brewery I've ever been to has been extremely family friendly.
I know Alexandria Brewing has coloring books and crayons for little ones as well as board games, pinball, arcade, etc that are all free of charge.
Braxton has board games.
Tap & Screw has giant jenga, pool, corn-hole, etc.
Apr 25, 18, 03:15 PM #78
Apr 25, 18, 03:16 PM #79
Apr 25, 18, 03:19 PM #80For those of you that have been to ABC, are there any non-beer alcoholic options? My wife is not a beer drinker but enjoys her wine and Captain.
Apr 25, 18, 03:25 PM #81
Apr 25, 18, 04:23 PM #82Imagine the confusion when Ken Grossman and Jim Koch discover that they are really sexagenarians and not millennials.
Apr 26, 18, 04:57 AM #83
- Join Date
- Nov 03
- “I've got a strong urge to fly. But I got nowhere to fly to."
Apr 26, 18, 06:25 AM #84
Apr 26, 18, 09:20 AM #85
Apr 27, 18, 11:03 AM #86In laws are in town, so we took them down to ABC last night for one. Father-in-law who is more of a domestic guy really liked the Kentucky Common.
I had Random Rap Reference again, which is their New England IPA. I really like subtle poke at Listermann with the name haha!
Apr 30, 18, 07:11 AM #87Stopped in yesterday. Went ahead and got a flight of the 4 ABC brews on tap (excluding the Barrell-Aged stuff). All were solid, but the two IPAs (Random Rap Reference & Sessions in Black) were both very tasty.
Really cool setup and lots more room than I anticipated. @TAC, As far as food goes, wife and I split a pulled pork sandwich with mac & cheese and fries from the 4 Mile Pig, which is the food truck they've partnered with. Sandwich was good, but the mac & cheese & fries were great.
Speaking with one of the guys (I believe Brad) it sounds like they've had a few hiccups in term of their POS and with getting some supplies (i.e. don't have their flight boards yet), but they've been adapting and working through it. Got the impression from talking to him these guys are going to do whatever it takes to make the brewery a success.
Definitely a neat place that I'm sure we'll end up frequenting quite a bit.
Apr 30, 18, 09:43 AM #88
Apr 30, 18, 10:34 AM #89
Apr 30, 18, 10:38 AM #90
I don't think most breweries have a lit sign.
No real restaurant is a norm for breweries as well. The fact that they have a permanent food truck is a step above what a lot of breweries are doing.