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Blue Stallion Brewing Co. Is a brewery and taproom focusing on authentic German lagers and British ales. Located at the corner of Newtown Pike and Third St. It's conveniently located near downtown Lexington and direct access from the interstate...more
We enjoyed the atmosphere here at Blue Stallions! For those who play darts, they have two dart boards in the front room which are tucked out of the way so no one walks in front of you. The beer was tasty and there was a...More
Having visited many craft breweries this one does not disappoint. Although not big or small this brewery packed all that I expected from a craft brewery. Beer flights were reasonably priced and the staff were knowledgeable about their beers. Dart boards and a shuffle board...More
My fiance and I visit lexington multiple times a year. We have all of our favorite places that we usually visit, but on our last trip we brought our dogs with us for the first time and were looking for a dog friendly brewery. Someone...More
We stopped in on a week day afternoon. They had 18 beers on tap, including a few guest beers from other breweries. Blue Stallion focuses primarily on traditional German style beers. I really enjoyed War Admiral, a weizenbock and their Oatmeal Stout. They also serve...More
We go here as often as we can. The atmosphere is great and the bartenders and owners are always open for a conversation. They do have IPA's but they focus mainly on German lager. Test Batch Tuesdays are great way to try something unusual.
The beer at Blue Stallion was amazing. Taste and quality were top notch. You can also bring some home with you in bottles. If you are going to Lexington and enjoy beer especially barrel aged beer this is the place to go.
It was the Oktoberfest night and the Friday night. The place was absolutely packed. Extremely loud and noisy. The selection was a mixture of Blue Stallion, local and big brewery beers. Blue Stallion beers were good German style beers. It’s hard to say what it’s...More