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Only local brewery in the immediate area with several good brews that we enjoy. A small bar area for onsite consumption, with a large window to watch the bottling operation. They also bottle lots of different soda's while using nothing but real sugar. Their Root...More
We have always stopped by this brewery when we travel from Mammoth Lakes to San Diego, at least once a month. We have two service that we always bring in a stroller. Today, I had a very unpleasant experience with Rose! As soon as I...More
We really appreciated the fact that we came to purchase beer and we were in our shorts and tank tops but were treated with the utmost respect. Our waitress was wonderful (I can't remember her name). I heard her talking to the table next to...More
Cool microbrewery with great beers! Ladies try the raspberry ale! Sit in or outside under Five Fingers (Sierra Nevada) or gaze off to Ridgecrest below(my home town!) Great afternoon getaway to this fun establishment!
I am glad we finally got to stop and see the Indian Wells Brewing Company. They have an amazing variety of soft and hard drinks made on site and some interesting beers also made on site. If they are running the botteling line you can...More
I really enjoyed their beers, their Amnesiac IPA was very good. Unfortunitly they did not have any sours. They were more than happy to let me try any beer with a very small tasting cup. Nice hard sodas also.
The folks that run the IWBC are fun, friendly and well-intentioned. If you are ever in the area, you owe it to yourself to stop and spend some time with them.
I enjoyed the food and soda pop. The beer, however, leaves much to be...More
Although I don't drink - my customers do & this Gem in the Desert offers crafted beers that they love. October seems to be the month to stock up on special Octoberfest libations for the Christmas season. Great bear starts with great water, and nothing...More