Decent atmosphere, beer is good most of the time. Though on occassion has been pitiful. The food? Well, it's hit and miss. The fish sandwich is good, the pizza looks good, and I've had a good reuben before. The pasta entree can be good but is different every time we go. This last time my wife had the cajun pasta. It was good but we considered it overpriced at $12.99. I ordered a reuben but got corned beef on white bread with no 1000 Island dressing. It was pathetic. The waitress didn't let me know they were out of rye bread(they had just opened on a Sunday too) until she was at the table with it. She was a dink. Drink refills? Who ever heard of that? I did enjoy the alt though. Being a fan of microbrews I'll go back for the beer but I won't expect good food or service. You'd think they'd turn it up a notch since BJ's Brewhouse moved in to Oxmoor. I enjoyed that place for food and brew on my first visit.
The beer is the centerpiece here. Staff are knowledgeable. Tell them what you like and they will take care of you. I'm not a big fan of all the mini beers though. The range of flavors is too wide. Some of them taste like motor oil to me. I'm sure those who like those dark, intense beers won't like the types on the other end of the spectrum. Food is fine. Not exceptional like the beer, but tasty and passable.
BBC is the standard in which I judge all brewpubs I go to! They set the standard and the standard is pretty high. They have a few beers they sell all year round with a specialty/seasonal beer always on tap to keep things fresh and new. I haven't had a bad meal, a bad beer, or bad service in the last 10 years of going there. If your going to Louisville and your looking for some great food or some beer that gives the Europeans a run for their money and do this in a friendly and hospitable environment, then this is the place. I stop in eveytime I'm in town and I'm never disappointed. Prost!
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