So I don't wanna come across as hyper-homer, but I'm really happy with them so far. The taproom's pretty spacious, the atmosphere's kind of like East End's but with higher ceilings & more natural light. They're toilet-trained-kid-friendly (no high chairs or changing tables, but there's low seating, games, etc.), which is subjectively a plus or minus, I realize. Doing the standard food truck/order in/BYOF for food. Parking situation is good if, say, you're driving a full-size pickup from the North Hills.Hey man, you gonna drop some soup on Inner Groove? Soft opening I know, but still, give us something Mr VIP+3
I'm relieved to say I really like their beer - I'd invested a small amount of time & effort before ever trying their product, which is risky, but it turns out they make some good stuff. Opening with a pretty standard variety (hefe, hazy pale, hazy DIPA, imperial porter, I guess there will be eight pouring when they actually open), & I dug everything I tried (the DIPA was wicked good). There are small, forgivable flaws (e.g. hefe could use more head), but I'd put them above par for out-of-the-gate breweries in the past few years.