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Charlotte, North Carolina
December 23, 2003
We had to try a sampler of brews first - best liked were the hefe-weisen and the oatmeal stout. The 'Liberty Lager' named for a historic brew once produced in the city, was okay, if you like your beers 'lite.' The brewery also serves its own rootbeer on tap.
We tried several entrees. Best liked was a vegetarian pasta dish - Wild Mushrooms and asparagus tips over fettuccine in an olive oil/garlic sauce (available in 2 sizes). The baby back ribs were somewhat of a disappointment - Where were the bones in the ribs? Maybe they fell out. The remaining meat was quite flavorful and tender, however. A Barbecue 'Sampler' with ribs, chicken and beef tips was just okay. Both meat entrees came with garlicky mashed red skin potatoes. We also ordered a Brewhouse Burger - made of ground sirloin, cooked medium rare (a treat) and topped with sautéed peppers and onions and a slice of Canadian bacon. Choice of fries or fruit on the side.
The menu also offered a number of grilled seafood entrees available in various combinations.
The Brewhouse has a very nice patio out front where live music is presented in good weather.
From journal Boating on Lowell's Canals
by RV Momma
August 16, 2000