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Our Review Breakdown:
Cascade Brewing Barrel House, opened in the Fall of 2010, is unique because they not only have many brews on tap, they have several oak barrel-aged, lactic-fermented Northwest sour beers. The bartender was friendly and informative, but at $2 a taste, it was difficult to want to try more than 6 of their beers, and only one of their sours. Sour beers are definitely an acquired taste…always worth a first try, especially for those wine drinkers out there. Looking around the beer it seems that many people enjoy them. Lots of indoor seating at the bar and cool, oak-barrel tables. Roll up doors and a large patio for those better weather days. Limited menu is slightly pricy (sandwiches are small and do not come with any sides, salad very small as well).
The Bottom Line: 6 tastes+ Muffuletta $8 + Chicken Caesar $10 = $30
The Little Things:
- The Little Things
- CBBH is the beer served at Raccoon Lodge.
- Daily food specials
- Nice atmosphere
- Comfortable bar stools
Review Date: 2/12
Price range: $$$
Reviewed By: Kevin, Kim
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