Year Round – Solidarity (Black Mild), Manifesto (Witbier), Revolution (Extra Pale Ale)
Seasonal – Populist (IPA), Red Velvet (Imperial Red Ale), Equinox (Young Sour Ale), Libertine (Imperial Amber Wit)
Hours: W-Sat 4-10, Sun 12-6 Age: 21+ Brewery Tours: Sundays only (by request)
# of Taps: 8 Tasters: (4)5oz.-$7 Growler Fills: Glass-$20 (one time), Fill-$12
Retail Kegs: Yes (5G) Guest Taps: Yes Food: Food Trucks
Parking: Street and small lot across the street
Brewmaster: Jeremy Raub Year Founded: 2009
Required Drinking: For IPA lovers the Populist should be a welcome site. Fruity, hoppy with a mouth-watering bitterness, this beer does not disappoint.
Standing outside of the taproom you might find yourself questioning what exactly you are doing on this little street in Glassell Park. However once inside you will find an immaculately clean and nicely finished tap room that stands in stark contrast to the building’s somewhat bleak exterior. The taproom also offers a great view of the brewery itself through the large glass window at the back of the room.
With friendly, smiling staff, a large granite bar top, and a lively crowd of beer enthusiasts and locals, a trip into Eagle Rock is a great low-key beer outing. Looking at the website can get you the food truck info, but they also allow you to bring your own food, so pack a dinner and enjoy it with a few tasty beers that were brewed about 50 feet away.
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