TIE & TIMBER
Welcome to the newest brewpub to hit the 417. And lucky for us, it is amazing.
Located in the historic Pickwick Place district, it occupies what used to be, most recently, a tanning salon. Running alongside the brewery is the Frisco Railroad, hence the name Tie & Timber. The evening I visited this establishment there were kids everywhere and a few adorable pups, too, which I loved. It’s definitely a family and doggy friendly place. Thumbs up to that!
Cozy up to the bar or sit outside at one of their picnic style tables, and order a flight of beer to help you decide which one of the
amazing brews is your favorite.
They’ve got quite a few options for just starting out. They’ve got a New England IPA, a West Coast IPA, Kolsch, American brown, a saison, a pale ale, a porter, and more! I highly recommend their West Coast IPA, Colorado. If you like saison’s, you will surely be pleased with their Green Finger Spring Saison. Other favorites included the Kokomo American Porter, and the Bob Ross American Brown Ale. They don’t currently have their own cider but they do offer the Urban Chestnut Bushelhead, and for those who don’t drink or don’t like beer, the menu also offers kombucha.
Aside from brewing some very tasty beers, the environment is laid-back and chill. The staff was incredible; they have been well trained and know their stuff, plus, every single person I talked to was so nice. It’s apparent the staff is having a good time, and that is SO wonderful to see.
Tie & Timber is a MUST.