We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Small brewery right in downtown! Close to a couple other breweries..quick walk to all! Friendly server....nice beer...try a rack! Snacks available! Their growlers are large, 32 oz. tin cans...very nice and different!
We walked here from a nearby brewery that had a party going on so it was a big change to enter Twin Leaf which was very quiet and calm. Sat at the bar and ordered a flight. There were people on picnic tables behind us...More
We've bypassed Twin Leaf for a couple of trips but finally stopped. 100% worth it. Great old school taproom, with a bit of a sports bar feel to it. Great choice of brews on tap (I'm beer'd out and can't remember what we had but...More
Of all the places I planned to visit (ok craft breweries) this one was not on my list. However, the one across the street (no name) was so busy we decided to stop in. I'm certainly glad I did as they had my second favorite...More
My wife and I were in town for Mother’s Day and we stopped in for a beer. I had a chili pepper IPA and she had an English cider and we both really enjoyed them. Nice clean interior with interesting decor. Knowledgeable staff. We will...More
Twin Leaf was recommended when we asked a Tour Guide (at another Brewery) where else he would recommend for us to try. The brews were very good, although a tad steep in price. The atmosphere was cool, with a Giant Jenga game to play. I...More
One of the newer breweries that is definitely got a bright future. The owner sat and talked with us during our visit and we really enjoyed. Came back the next day and they had a bluegrass band. Great atmosphere and friendly staff.
The service was friendly and quick, and there was ample seating inside and out. Sadly, I only had one beer. I had the Wee Nipper Mild English-style Ale. It was pretty good, a bit toasty with some hint of Worcestershire sauce (maybe) but not so...More