So many breweries popping up in holes in the wall, so I was skeptical. The place is small but cozy with great seating to meet friends and hang out. Interesting and creative selection of brew. I didn't do the flight of tasting, but had a unique beer that I enjoyed very much. So many different options, it would be a good place to go to experiment and do some tasting. Was crowded on a Thursday night, but not rowdy, kind of a well dressed, young middle-upper class/business crowd. My biggest piece of advice: they do not serve food as it is a brewery, not a bar. Mcgradys Irish pub is adjacent, so going there for a meal after a few drinks made sense. But the night we were there, the food was marginal and the service was terrible. I would not go back. Hopefully they were just having a bad night and it isn't always that way. We learned from some regular Three Notc'd goers that the best thing is to order in pizza or have food delivered there.
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