We went to the brewery on a beautiful fall day, and sat outside. Great locale and view, but the outside was loaded with flies! Very strange.
Looked like a good selection of brews, so we got the sampler, and, as others have mentioned, the selections were essentially indistinguishable from each other.
The food was good, and they were accomodating to my children. However, the service turned me off. Our server was very nice and prompt for most of the meal, but as soon as we finished eating (plates still on the table) she dropped off our check without asking if we wanted anything else (eg, another beer as my glass was empty). I later asked her for another beer, and she took back the check. Then I saw her walk out of the restaurant, get in her car and leave! Obviously, her shift was over and she wanted to get her tip from us before she left. The right move to make here is to let us know that she is leaving and who our server will be, rather than try and rush us into tipping her.
Finally, I wanted to take 2 growlers home, so I brought 1 to fill and planned on buying another. Server told me that since the growler I brought was not from the brewery, they wouldn't fill it. I've never heard of this before, and have done this numerous times at other brew pubs. I would up being off-put by this policy, and only bought 1 growler (pale ale).
I would like to head out to here again, and give it another chance, as it's a nice drive and great locale, but they need to increase the quality of the beer and properly train their staff.