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“Very satisfied”

Bray's Brewing Company
Ranked #6 of 28 Restaurants in Naples
Price range: US$5 - US$18
Cuisines: American
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Dining options: After-hours, Reservations
Description: Bray’s ales are truly handcrafted with consideration of every ingredient, care for the entire hands on brewing process, and an extraordinary passion to create delicious beer. Since 1995. Regularly Available Ales Brandy Pond Blonde Ale 4.5% ABV This an American style wheat ale made with 40% malted wheat and a hint of carapils and Munich specialty malts. Lightly hopped with Cascade hops, this beer has an original gravity of approximately 1.046. It is a great introductory beer for those new to craft beers. Old Church Pale Ale 5.5% ABV This is the beer that started it all! It has a rich malty flavor. It is well balanced with centennial hops for bittering and generous amounts of Cascade hops for flavor and aroma, including dry-hopping. The original gravity of this beer is approximately 1.054 Whatcha Gott IPA 6.2% ABV 5 types of grain, 5 different roast of barley, 5 varieties of hops in 6 separate hop additions, including dry hopping. This is a complex, yet very drinkable India Pale Ale
Reviewed September 25, 2016 via mobile

Ordered the wild boar ribs, they were good but you can tell they are a little unique. Also had fish and chips, the shrimp and coconut chowder and calamari th calamari had a beautiful delicate batter and a sweet thai chili sauce maybe, something sweet and spicy. The haddock was nice, nit fishy at all, cole slaw was really good. So all the food was nice quality, well prepared with nice presentation and great flavors. The most important thing for us was that when we came in we were greeted right away and they willingly put on our football team. The whole time we were here we felt like locals. Other people were chatting us up and the staff waited on us hand and foot. They were very patient while we order led bits and pieces of our entire bill (stretching it out for the game!). This is now my favorite bar/restaurant in ME! Thanks to Toni and Dan for making us feel so welcome!

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Reviewed September 11, 2016 via mobile

Honestly, we just stopped for a couple beers and didn't eat, so I can't comment on the food. Music was great, beer was cold.

An older guy (he said that he's 76 years old) at the end of the bar calls himself the Candy Man because he brings homemade candy to the bar on Friday nights (he was sure to tell EVERYONE). Only problem is that he's a perv, who hits on every woman who walks by and comments on every woman's assets.

Fun place, but avoid the Candy Man.

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Reviewed September 8, 2016

Hit or miss. I loved a seafood dish but they don't seem to carry it as much as they use to. My husband likes their pull pork.

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Reviewed August 29, 2016

We are 2 people from Montreal, ending up stopping here for dinner on a Friday night. Food was very good. The sirloin was truely delicious. Serive a bit slow. A funk jazz band was playing and it was super cool and very professional. Place was full of locals. Prices are Maine prices...A had a very nice time.

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Reviewed August 24, 2016

We happened to be in the area and searched to see what local brew pubs we were relatively close to. We stopped in on a Sunday afternoon and sat at the bar to try some of the beer from Bray's and other Maine brewery's. We had a flight and enjoyed the Bray's Mount Olympus Special Ale that would be great in the fall. The guest taps offered some good choices as well. We decided to order Buffalo Wings and they were quite good! The wings were whole, crispy and had just the right amount of sauce. We don't like to have wings that are swimming in sauce and were pleasantly surprised when we had these.
There is an outside bar that looked quite nice and outdoor seating that was not open the day we visited. Overall, I think it is worth the stop.

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