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Group of five visited this month. It was like walking into a small family open that had two rooms converted into a lounge. The kitchen is the main bar. Very small but nice. Bar has five seats and a dinning room table. Only other room...More
This is a real nano brewery located in an old bungalow in Cocoa Beach, within walking distance of the ocean. They usually have only one beer on tap, but whatever it is, it’s always been very drinkable! Five barstools at the bar, but a dining...More
Had a great time - Chris and Kevin were so nice to talk to! It's small and cozy (I found that a plus). They have anywhere from 1-5 beers on tap but don't let that discourage you because the beer was FANTASTIC! Highly recommend and...More
My wife and I enjoyed a couple finely crafted brews here in the micro bar area. We were visiting the area and staying across the street which made this place very convenient. Nice staff. Worth the stop.
If you aren't looking closely you will pass it. It's very small and looks like a house. The inside seating capacity is very limited and not utilized very well. We were greeted and served quickly upon our arrival. The beer options are limited with only...More
Was very surprised only 2 beers offered- an oatmeal stout and key lime. Bar tender was super nice. Food ordered from next door was decent. Very crowded small room (with stuff not people). Nice little niche but not to explore beers.
Love to run here from my hotel when in town. Dan is a great bartender with deep beer knowledge.
Only reason I give them 4 instead of 5 stars is the number of drafts on tap and that's in no why a slam on this...More
My fiance and I went with friends to Cocoa Beach and hit up this brewery. It's super cute, cozy and unique, but it was a little too small. We went in on a Saturday afternoon, so that could be why. But there were only 4...More