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“Have a beer, eat somewhere else”
Review of The Seven Barrel Brewery - CLOSED

The Seven Barrel Brewery
Price range: US$8 - US$15
Cuisines: American
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Good for: Child-friendly
Dining options: After-hours
Description: An American style pub brewery offering something for everyone! Brewing fine and fresh ales - 8 on tap to choose from. Full-service menu and a full children's menu.
Reviewed 29 July 2013

Interesting as a brewery, but below average pub grub. Bangers and mash very ordinary.
The Black bean burger sounded like a good non-meat option but it was disappointing ( and I have had good ones elsewhere.) It was a Monday night so we were at a diadvantage as we learned all the "good restaurants in the area" are closed on Mondays. So be forwarned. Service did not make up for the food,either! My husband ordered a second glass of wine and had to wait so long , he was almost finished eating. Finally lost his patience and went up to the bar and got it himself! Some sort of "miscommunication" between waitress and barmaid. Good Grief!

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Thank Altina V
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Reviewed 9 July 2013

Seven Barrel Brewery is a great pub with a big menu selection for food as well as local/craft beers. It was walking distance from our hotel, FIreside Inn. Apparently there a multiple locations.

Thank SAOTX
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Reviewed 7 July 2013

As a brewery, the beer was pretty good. But we had stopped for a quick dinner after a day trip to Vermont. Just wanted a good hamburger, but were rather disappointed. Except for the beer, the service was extremely slow. Took us 25 minutes to get our burgers and then they were both burned. Was not impressed. May be seen as more of a drinking establishment.

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1  Thank Meri C
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Reviewed 2 July 2013

Had I seen the reviews before going here, I may not have gone....but stopped as it was the nearest brewery after a hike. Had the Oatmeal Stout...great. Had a club sandwich...great. No complaints about the food - it was delicious, evenly priced, good portions. The service was fine! Maybe we hit a good time to go, but I would go back.

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Thank cascade18
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Reviewed 9 June 2013

Went here on a Friday night while visiting the area and were very disappointed. Between the three of us, we had nachos, wings, and bangers & mash. Over-priced and underwhelming to say the least. Would recommend you pass on this place (at least when it comes to the food).

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2  Thank Tim H
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