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Active Beers: 27
Beer Ratings: 2,841
Beer Avg: 3.85
Taps: - / Bottles: -
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: Y
$ - inexpensive
[ Brewery, Bar ]
430 Old Jackson Hwy
phone: (208) 538-0068
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | $
Coming here three times in a matter of two weeks, I had plenty of time to get used to hanging in the BrewPub of one of my Top 10 favorite breweries! Upon walking in, the brewery is a Light Tan colored warehouse with a White Brew Kettle on outside to distinguish itself from other businesses. No big signs or anything huge branding is on the place. A sign off of Highway 33 lets you know where to turn off. Lets go in and rate this place now!
An easy going tasting room is right in front of you when you walk in (and of course Ed) with a popcorn machine on your left. Help yourself! Awards outline the entire pub and there are two separate windows to see different parts of the brewing process. On the right is the mash tuns and boil kettles. On the left are the fermentation tanks. Great viewing! I took a tour the second time visiting the brewery and was very impressed! Their bottle line and work place was very organized and operated like a perfect brewery should. Don't forget to pet the cats hanging out!
They (Ed & Bartenders) served their beer in perfect glassware to each style and had an appropriate amount of head as well. Service couldn't be any better either. You could tell this was a tight-knit community around the brewery as everyone was friendly and approached me with invitations for another brew. They have a cool system for this as well. A chalkboard next to the merchandise has "TO" & "FROM" labeled at the top and you can buy a drink for anyone without being present. I have never seen this before.
Their selection was great! It also included their Idaho Pale Ale (which isn't offered in Missouri, Apricot Saison (Grand Saison brewed with Apricot, very limited), and a cask offering of their Snarling Badger Infused w/ LemonGrass & Orange (only brewed once). Awesome!
As far as price, you couldn't beat their brewpub specials! I've also never seen a Growler Refill price @ $7.50! Wow... Filled two of mine while I was there. Many of the breweries/brewpubs I've been to in the past year are a bit pricey instead of offering their beer for less and get more people enthused about their beer. Great job Grand Teton! Will be back MANY more times.
01-31-2012 23:59:51 |
More by DCon
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | $$
Grand Teton brewery, reviewed from my recent Boise Beer Bus experience.
Great place. My kind of atmosphere (although the taproom/tasting room is quite small for a group of our size), Grand Teton is located out in some beautiful country. In the tasting room there is nice old artwork and products from the brewery's past, outside there is some shaded tables and a horseshoe pit.
Service was great from start to finish, the one gal (I already forgot her name) that was serving all 28 of us was always nice and accommodating.
Quality of everything was really good, beer was excellent, good selection from the 10 or so taps, including a great draft root beer and an oaked Pursuit of Hoppiness on cask.
Pricing on everything seemed pretty fair to me. Overall a great experience, I'd like to make it back someday.
09-21-2011 15:26:15 |
More by Scotchboy
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $
Stopped in here with my dad and uncle back on Friday, June 17th. We had just finished a round of golf up the road at Teton Reserve and were looking for a good place to settle our bets and grab a few drinks. Pulling into Grand Teton Brewing Co. ended up being an excellent idea.
As it turned out, Grand Teton Brewing Co. was hosting The Art of Beer Awards Ceremony (a beer label design competition), and the place was hopping! Booths and games were set up on the front lawn, and about fifty people were in attendance - I was told that the crowds at Grand Teton BC normally don't exceed twenty. Everyone seemed to be having a good time. We wandered into the pub to grab a few pints before joining the festivities.
I don't know if beer prices were discounted for the festival, but we were only charged $3.00 a pint. I took advantage of the deal and ordered 16oz. of The Pursuit of Hoppiness and 16oz. of a dark sour ale called "Who's Brett?" Both were very good, and for only $3.00, how could anyone complain?!
I met a lot of nice, engaging people at Grand Teton Brewing Co. that day. The staff was friendly and fairly knowledgeable. The beer was tasty. The prices were low. The atmosphere was relaxed and cheerful. My experience at Grand Teton Brewing Co. may have been atypical, but I'd come back here in a heartbeat if I had the chance. Check it out if you're spending time in or around Jackson Hole!
07-11-2011 21:33:17 |
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