Lodi Beer Company

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Details
105 S School St (at E Oak St)
Lodi, CA 95240
(209) 368-9931
Brewery
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Try the jambalaya, this very good if you like spicy food. Sorry I was to late for the picture with the food
  • Watch out for Jory, the bartender. He thinks he is funny.
  • Named Top 10 bar of 2010. The architecture & decor are absolutely breathtaking -- futuristic & lending to a distinctly steam-punk air. Try the beer sampler -- seven 4-oz pours for $7.50. [SacBee]
  • It was very nice.....
  • Come for the deep fried mac and cheese but stay for the 7%+ I.P.A.
  • Get the steak sandwich. You'll thank me.
  • The ribs are amazing!! Great beers too. Belgian brown and the Xmas ale really good. Nice staff
  • Do yourself a favor and try the Bread Pudding. It's amazing and like nothing else you've ever had!!
  • Every Thursday during the Summer is the Street Fair! ... Or something like that.
  • They don't necessarily have all the beers they list on the menu.
  • Had the flight of beers here and not a dud in the bunch, highly recommend it if you need a break from the Zinfandels
  • Try the bleu cheese fries, they add a lake of blue cheese dressing to the bottom of the bowl
  • Not a bad place normally but on a slow Friday night the service was horrible...left after having to ask for a drink menu then 10min still no one stopped by our table in the bar...usually much better
  • Steak wrap has so many goodies inside. Pesto sauce is amazing!
  • Pulled pork sandwich is fantastic. Never had anything here that we don't love!
  • Pepperoni pizza is top notch!!
  • The service is extremely slow and almost non-existent. The food looks like it was previously frozen and the vegetables are definitely not fresh. Additionally, the salads are watery and over-dressed.
  • The ceviche is good and is large! Different but good! Not your normal ceviche!
  • Try the fish tacos - Fresh fish. Nice mango salsa.
  • Monday night on the "patio"... Quiet in downtown Lodi.