We here at Craftsmen appreciate all reviews and comments, both positive and negative. We are brand new and know that we have plenty of room to grow into our identity. I do feel that we are offering a very good product that is unique to our dining community by focusing on offering a good selection of beers and casual, well executed food that is intended to elevate the drinking experience. As far as pricing is concerned, we feel that we have placed ourselves on the moderate end of the spectrum, but rare beers and specialty beers are always going to cost more. The beer community is a friendly one, full of camaraderie and a desire for everyone to succeed in the quest to make people happy. That is something we believe in at Craftsmen, too. So thanks to everyone who has been in or will come in the future, and know that we are listening and working hard to become a great addition to an already fabulous dining scene.
i like the food at sloppy cow. i would also condone the way they do it. not every burger needs to be the standard fare. keep up the good work, Jeff. james island needs better options and yours is a good one.
they have pinball
the IPA bar is born out of the idea that most beer bars feature belgians. since this bar is going to be very american, pale ales will be in the feature room. there are 13 varieties of pales and as many as possible will be represented. as for session beers, there are plans to have a section of the beer menu devoted to highly flavorful beers that run under 5%. in addition to that, there will be more beers thatn you can try in a month, so don't think its just a pale ale bar. that's just a nod to America's finest.
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