Brewery, Winery & Distillery
About this Business
10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
10:00 AM - 11:59 PM
We went for early dinner on a weeknight, so the place was pretty empty. The food was good and the service was excellent.
The beer cheese is bitter, pungent, and harsh. The service is slow even when there are very few other customers. The food is mediocre at best. It's not really worth the time or money to go.
Have the brunch on Saturday or Sundays. You won't get a better deal in Lexington. Food is delicious!!!
Food was great but alittle slow but Jordan our server was awesome on top of it .
The food has always been good, but on two occasions they were out of several menu items. Also, although servers were helpful and considerate, they could use more wait staff.
Always great food, beer and service. One of our favorites.
Great atmosphere from the smell of hops to the excellent service! The servers were great to talk to and gave really good suggestions on food and beer, they seemed very knowledgeable about what types of food and drink might match someone's specific taste pallet. Really good experience!
The service was very slow. The bartender was in no hurry and was socializing at the bar. It was not busy so it seemes strange to wait so long for a drink. The appetizer was burnt. Oneperson in our party ordered a Philly Cheese Steak which was hunks of very tough meat. I ordered a glass of wine and when I ordered a second I was told that they didn't have anymore We won't go back
The food,as always, was great, and I always enjoy their "flights" for the opportunity to try new brews, but their service needs help. More and better-trained servers would be appreciated.
The beer and food was awesome!
From Our Editors
Life Brewpub pairs classic American burgers and sausages with beers brewed in-house. Read on to learn more:
- Appetizer to try: the lobpanadas—house-made empanadas stuffed with gruyere mac-n-cheese and fresh lobster
- Entrée to try: the habanero jack brat with choice of three toppings
- Beer to try: the 5% ABV oatmeal stout
- Where the ingredients come from: local sources such as Kenny's Farmhouse Cheese, Dutch Creek Farm, and Marksbury Farm Market