Pubs on 14 Bus Line
Opened in late March 2019, specializing in Detroit-style pan pizza and a range of food-friendly ales. COVID-19 Update: open for to-go only at current time. 2022 Update: back to normal operations, full opening hours and on-premises service.
Bright, clean taproom pours small-batch brewery's beers, including occasional collaborations with the likes of Nebuleus, which are always highly recommended. Cask ales too.
Opened softly in November 2022, new Gigantic taproom features its own kitchen, a first for the brewery. Early reports suggest good pub food and a solid beer lineup, including as many as two cask ales.
Yes, it's a sandwich joint. Just look at the beer selection on the board and the beer garden. It's a beer bar too, and a very good one. Regular tap takeovers happen here and the sandwiches are some of the best in town, and go really well with beer.
More than twenty years in, the Lucky Lab is durably popular for pints of English-style ales and inexpensive food. It's grown into a chainlet, with three other locations around the city.
UPDATE: Now called Ultimate IPA, otherwise still the same. One-room simple, friendly boozer with strong focus on American IPAs from the Pacific Northwest and nearby. Four IPAs, one non-IPA, and one cider on tap, plus bottled beers in the coolers. Minimalism at its best.
As of 2022, Zoiglhaus has separated the beer brand (still Zoiglhaus) from the pub venue (now dubbed "The Zed"). It's still a roomy pub with a mix of German food and American pub eats, but now there are more food options with the house-brewed American craft and German-inspired beers on tap. Family friendly and huge, with room for as many as 200 guests.