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Liberty Steakhouse Brewery
Active Beers: 24
Beer Ratings: 70
Beer Avg: 3.6
Taps: - / Bottles: -
Cask: / Beer-to-Go: N
$$ - reasonable
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]
914 Mall Loop Road
phone: (336) 882-4677
(Place added by: BeerAdvocate)
Ratings & Reviews
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| Reviews: 16 | Show All Ratings:
vibe: 4 | quality: 3 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3 | $$
Nice steakhouse. House brewed beer selection is decent. They sometimes feature one of my favorite beers, the Debeen Espresso Porter. The food was okay, I ordered a sirloin rare and received it that way. I visited the day after my birthday to celebrate, and received a nice slice of complementary chocolate cake, which was pretty good. That brings me to the reason I would recommend Liberty, the customer service. Our wait time during peak hours was reasonable, and our waiter was excellent, he attended to our every need, and did what is usually impossible, he would check on my group at the perfect intervals, not often and not to seldom. Overall, I would definitely eat here again.
09-27-2013 08:09:08 |
More by ECT
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 5 | $$
I live close to this establishment so, this review is based on the last 20 (roughly) trips that I have made to Liberty. They have an ok selection of brews although their beer is on a love it/hate it basis with me. I am a huge hop head so I have tried many times to get into their IPA, but it's just not that good along with their Liberty Lager. However, the Deep River Wheat or Blackberry Wheat is great (and I don't typically go for a wheat!). Liberty is a great place to watch a game or eat. THe food here is amazing and is the main reason I continue to frequent this joint. They also have a nice Porter!
12-07-2011 12:08:30 |
More by UNCCTDawg
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 3.5 | $$$
I went to Liberty many times while in college. It's a great brewpub in a boring town (Sorry, High Point.) Anyway, the beer is great. Personal favorites are Blackberry Wheat and Deep River Wheat. They also have some interesting seasonals (can't remember off the top of my head). They have about 8 house brews on tap. Service was always great. I didn't eat there much because it's a bit pricey, but their food is good. They have an excellent Happy Hour menu, $2.50 pints on Wednesdays, $8 pitchers on Thursdays, and some other drink specials Friday and Saturday. Good place, great beer.
06-12-2011 22:57:17 |
More by aleckpa
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$
Stopped in here for lunch today. Sat at the bar. The bar area is set apart from the rest of the restaurant. The bartender was very nice and informative. Even went and asked the brewer a few questions for me that I had asked. They had a decent lineup for this time. Their usual suspects were there: Lager, Amber Ale, IPA, Porter, Wheat, their Seasonal which was a dry-hopped Rye I believe, and their special, which I ordered, an Espresso Porter. The Es. Porter was very good. One of the better coffee-forward beers I had had in awhile. I ordered their meatloaf sandwich with fries. It was very large and pretty good. They had some bbq sauce and caramelized onions on the top that were a little too sweet for me. Overpowered the meatloaf for sure. All in all, this was a good experience. I will be back for sure to try some more of their lineup. As a side note, on Wednesday's their pints are only $2.50.
04-21-2010 19:17:12 |
More by Onenote81
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5 | $$$
I ate here on my last trip through town. We have one of these in Greenville though they do not brew down here. The beer is rather average at best, but I mean it is a chain, what can you do. But the food is absolutly excellent. Top notch place to go for dinner, you really will not be dissapointed. A decent flight of beer may leave you scratching your head in the end, but you will certainly enjoy your dinner. Staff is friendly and it is just a nice, well rounded place to have a bite to eat. Will try and stop in again later in the week for lunch.
04-21-2010 02:02:18 |
More by mikesgroove
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5 | $$
During our recent visit to the central NC area for the Sexual Chocolate release I had no intention of visiting Liberty Steakhouse. First, it has that chain type feel, I have not heard good things about their beers and well there are other places I felt like visiting.
But, after having a few healthy samples of their one-off Lambic (no note damn it) at the Footsex Party and then a pint of the very tasty Espresso Stout at City Beverage I felt like the beers may be taking a new and better direction.
Our local friends, and club members of LSH using it as their home pub when they won Beer Drinkers of the Year, told us that they have a new brewer and he is trying to turn things around.
So....jump to Saturday late afternoon.We arrive and the place is hopping. Located in a shopping center I thought...oh no. Wanting to be open minded I thought maybe it will be a surprise like Rock Bottom at KOP.
A three section place with a non-smoking dining are to the left, a large open bar area with booth seating in the middle and then out the door to the right is a large outdoor deck which was in use since it was 70+ degrees in early February!
Nine brews on, no cask, Would have been ten but the delicious sounding dry-hopped Kellerbier had just kick earlier in the day, darn it!
I had the wee heavy which was quite nice and C settled for four 4 oz samples(nut brown, stout, ipa and blackberry wheat)....all of which were at least good if not better.
Our server, while at times was a little herky jerky, was good overall. He was real sorry about the keller not being on and since our friends were club members and got club mugs he assumed I must be too!
The food was the real hit...I dont know if they do this every Saturday but they were offering .40 cent wings and .30 cent shrimp and oysters(raw or steamed!!) What?! oysters for .30 each...HOLY! that's $3.60 / dz! Ok, well I will take a dz raw and C took a dz steamed. They were large, fresh and oh so tasty!
In addition my shrimp and grits plate was one of the best I have had....full of fat shrimp, plenty of crisp bacon, gooey cheese and nice, creamy grits. A well done dish for sure!
Overall a nice place that I would not hesitate visiting again. As long as the brewer stays on and continues making good brew this place could really start making a name for itself.
02-10-2009 14:44:42 |
More by Deuane
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5 | $$
I enjoy Liberty although I haven't been there many times. Since I live 3 miles away from their High Point location, I'm going to start going more frequently. Their house beers are good. My favorites are the IPA and the Nut Brown Ale. They have seasonal beers which are good as well. I went there on Wednesday night and the food was top notch. The Nut Brown Ale was crisp and very good. I would recommend it to anybody in the area. Also try their Myrtle Beach location. Both are very good and reasonably priced.
01-27-2008 00:40:53 |
More by adam42381
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$
I live here in High Point, so Liberty is a common stop for me. Friday nights are usually the most crowded due to the live music. The beers are all above average my favorite is the Nut Brown Ale. They typically have 6 to 8 brews on tap with one seasonal. Service here is usually good and a few really know their beer. Everything on the menu is good, so try anything. The decor is patriotic and the atmosphere is different throughout the year depending on the night and if school is in. If in town go get a pint.
09-05-2007 23:53:50 |
More by mrnate1229
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3 | food: 4 | $$
Visit date: Saturday, June 30
As the name might imply, the emphasis at this establishment seems to be more toward the steak part of the name, rather than the brew part. We went in on a Saturday evening and were seated within about five minutes. There were seven beers available (their IPA had just run out), but we had a hard time deciding what to select. Mostly, this was because the offerings were common styles, and we were in the mood to try something fun. We settled for the porter and the nut brown ale. Both were fine beers, though it took a couple sips for the nut brown to grow on us. Pints ran us $3.25 each.
Somewhat disturbing about the place was that almost no one was drinking the beer--well, the house-brewed beers. Virtually everyone was drinking either mixed drinks, wine, or (gasp) Bud Light.
The building definitely has a steakhouse feel to it, almost like some of the national chains. We both opted for burgers, which were quite good.
Overall, it was a nice visit, but the beer selection and/or creativity was underwhelming.
07-02-2007 20:56:03 |
More by oxguru
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $
I often frequent this establishment during happy hour, which is 4-7, M-F. They usually have a beer special like 2 dollar pints or 6 dollar pitchers. They also have half priced appetizers.
During the summer, this is a great place to go on Monday nights for the Martini and Cigar night. They also have a live band most of the nights and Mondays this takes place in their outdoor seating area, weather permitting.
Service is usually expeditious and some of the servers know the beer; others dont know and dont care. Another thing I like is they serve beers in room temp glasses (which should be common sense in breweries but seems to never happen). They do however, serve their Liberty Lager in a frosted mug; but hey, its a lager.
I and my wife generally enjoy the pretzels with mustard and the potato skins, which can feed about 5 people. A nice place in HP for beer and food. They also offer Sunday brunch which is good for in-laws and parents alike.
12-29-2005 02:30:38 |
More by SaCkErZ9
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