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“If you want to try in-house brew… I would advise caution!!!”

Walked in late evening (post 9 PM) on a Sunday with sole purpose of having some local brew. Only two tables were occupied at that time.
Ambiance-
Very nice wooden furniture, dim lights, nice PUBish ambiance! Decent score in the background and it was a perfect environment to enjoy the drinks.

Menu-

It was nearly a global menu with a section focused on Steak. Since I was focused on brew, decided not to venture in to food much.
Nice bar menu with select international and domestic brands as well as in-house brew including Apple Cider, Irish Stout, Barbarian Wheat, Dunkelweizen.
A few awareness pages on “how beer is made” as well as “how you get drunk!”

Beverage-

I tried –

Irish Stout (250) – Said to be King of dark bitter ales, from Ireland, infused with cocoa, roasted coffee with a thick head and lingering taste!
It was a large mug. Only the color was good match; there was no head (refer picture) it was as very thin and high on water content. Little bitter and I could taste the infusions but it was a flop!!!
Barbarian Wheat (250) – Said to be Hefeweizen from southern parts of Bavaria, traditional unfiltered beer.
It was a large mug. Nice head, good body, decent aroma, little acidic, bit dull in color, tasteful and yes I got some fibers!!! Average…
Dunkelweizen (200) – Said to be dark Bavarian wheat beer, creamy with mild orange flavor.
It was a small glass. Good head and body, OK acidity but it was not as strong as I expected it to be. Taste was also average. Pity that it was served in a kingfisher mug!!!
Service- Quick!

Summary –

Ambiance: 4

Brew taste: 2.5

Brew quality: 2.5

Service: 3

Value for money: 2.5

Overall: 3

Tips:

Must try brew tasters before ordering.
They offer buy one get one free on in house brew till 9 PM.
You need to be careful while billing. I got billed 1 large extra and needed to walk to cash counter to get it settled… this happened during low/no occupancy hours.

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