32 taps of beer, both their own craft brews and lots of guest taps featuring other local breweries as well. Inside there are 10 tables of various sizes and a standing bar. Extensive outdoor seating available including some gas fire tables.
8 beer taps out and 6 frozen are available in their outside kiosk, plus another 12 more inside as well as a large selection of wine. The beer outside is rather warm due to temperatures of the season but inside was nice and cold.
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”.
24 taps and a large 10 seat bar. There is one television and an open view of brewing operations. Shirts, glasses and hats available. An impressive selection; no flights are available but they do sell 5 oz pours if you want to try several.
An active, loud venue with sports playing on over a dozen large televisions. About 20 tables in a large open area plus a good sized deck with a few more places to sit which backs up to a driving range.
56 taps (plus eight wines) and plenty of outdoor and indoor seating, including at least six booths a couch. Weekly specials available.