Eight taps brewed on site in a courtyard setting with a decorative pool in the center. A full kitchen and tons of seating.
Inside you’ll find up to 12 taps of craft beer and mead, 16 tables and an 8 seat bar, that could be double that after the pandemic. A few picnic tables and chairs outside.
16 taps brewed on site and plenty of seating with a 10 seat bar, nine 6-top tables, some windowed bar seating and another 10 picnic tables out front (mostly covered with umbrellas).
20 taps on a digital display, a large bar and outdoor seating. As is common in the area, it’s multiple businesses in one space; a restaurant, a taproom and a bottle shop. Next door (connected) is a brewery (Topa Topa), and a wine bar. The whole area is named “Waterline”.
Featuring 8 taps of varying styles brewed on site, this is like many of the breweries in the area, in that it features outdoor balcony seating on the top (4th) floor of the building.
20 taps and a large standing bar with several tables for seating inside and out. The brand (venue, can art, merchandise, etc.) has a very cool art theme going.