I really wanted to like this place. From what I could gather on their website, it seemed like this was a greasy spoon diner in a sleepy little central coast town that happened to brew it's own beers. The little history they include in the menu revealed that this diner moved to its current location, which happened to be the former home of a now defunct brewery and so came with a "state of the art brewing facility". Their master brewer is reportedly out of the Firestone brewery.
With all that going for it, they really dropped the ball in terms of quality of beer. They served an Amber, Porter, Pale ale, and IPA that were all flat. The IPA came the closest to having some of the flavor I expect from a craft brew, but the rest could only be distinguished from the other by their color.
The food was hot and miss. The French Burger was pretty good, as were the pork carnitas plates my wife and mother-in-law had. The sweet potato fries got points for novelty, but the regular fries, jalapeno popppers, and beans and rice were all pretty boring. My daughter got a chocolate shake for desert that for some reason included cherrys and nuts, much to our servers suprise.
In general I wouldn't recommend this place. I ended up getting a couple of six packs of Fierstone from a local liquor store to wash away my disappointment.