Continuing our growler-fill search, hubby and I went to Big Rock Urban Brewery, situated on a side street lined with industrial buildings on the edge of a well-developed neighborhood. Big Rock is in a large space that houses an eatery, bar room, storefront and distillery.
The décor is a touch modern hunting lodge, and there’s an entertaining projector screen on the far wall that shows sports events. It’s a casual, classy, open space, with a very good menu. I ordered the steak frites, with the steak seared perfectly on the outside and lovely pink meat inside. Hubby ordered the duck sandwich, which was tasty but made for a small meal.
We also ordered two flights, which each hold four different drinks. It’s a great way to sample the various offerings of the brewery. The mosaic tasted the best, so after dinner we got our growler filled with that brew, getting a head start on the weekend.