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We are training our two dogs to be able to hang out in an urban setting such as a brewery. We are working with Rob and Katie of Lucky Dogs Training on this. It's great, come have a beer before class, do class, then chat...More
Was in the area for my daughters competition, found this place on trip adviser. Really cool brewery and great beer. They even had Crowlers (32oz canned beer) which they can right there while you wait. Would definitely go back here when back in the area.
The peanut butter porter here, called Choosy Mother, is really good. I might get some hate mail for this, but I think it’s even better than Duclaw’s sweet baby Jesus. Fun spot with outdoor seating and lots of comfy space inside too.
Visiting friends in Richmond and this is one of the places they took me. New to the Richmond local breweries, the beers were delicious. I had a "Off the Boulevard" ( an Irish Red Ale) and a "The Root of All Evil" (a Ginger Golden...More
2nd time visiting and always love it. It was midday and quiet this time but last was late, super busy and loud with great love Irish music. Love the Blueberry Plain Jane, but this time Rudolph the Red Ale Reindeer was perfection! Great Christmas drink!...More
Love their Choosy Mother peanut butter porter. It is creamy rich and smooth! They have some fun seasonal beers and some old favorites on tap. They are in the trendy Scott’s Addition. We came on a Saturday afternoon and there was live music. Great stuff...More
Fun location, great vibe & even welcomes “oldsters” :-)
With ample seating & an encouraging staff, Isley Brewing makes for a great experience.
Beware it’s hard to decide since there won’t be any you don’t like. The brewmaster obviously has a good handle on the...More
Being from a small town we stumbled across this place looking for something different. This place has a great atmosphere. It is very industrial so it is kind of a unique (for lack of better word
from some Kansas folk) when walking in. No greeting...More
Did our own brewery tour of Richmond with out of town friends and hit Isley as it has a great reputation. We were not disappointed. Enjoyed the Need for Greed which is the Black DIPA. What a fabulous brew....could of had a few more of...More