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We are a small microbrewery with big expectations! We offer a family and pet friendly environment for enjoying craft beer. We don't serve food, but often have food trucks. You are always welcome to bring your own food or have food delivered. We have...more
My wife and I visited the Johnson City breweries Saturday afternoon. While all were good, our best experience was at JRH Brewing. The beers were delicious. Our server was friendly and very helpful in letting us sample and choose beers that we would enjoy. And...More
This place is ready for families! They have a small, but good selection of craft beers for the adults and games and coloring books for the kids (or adults who like to be kids). My family and a friend's family all went and had a...More
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Jill H, Owner at JRH Brewing, responded to this reviewResponded 24 July 2017
Thanks for stopping in and giving us this awesome review on Trip Advisor! We have an 8 year old son, who spends a lot of time at the brewery, so being family friendly is very important to us! Hope to see you in the...More
We went here for some family game time during the day. Food truck was available for lunch. Seating indoors or out and the place was packed! Several other families with kids were there. Family type board games were inside and cornhole outside. Local gift items...More
Great small startup Brewery. Nice atmosphere and more importantly the beer was very good.
Compared to it's more well known Brewery, this is the one to go to. The depth of flavor has no comparison.
Can't wait to come back. Will go around the corner...More
A small family startup with a great tour and a 10 barrel a batch system. The owners are very friendly and enthusiastic. Wait staff is as well. A food truck is often on the premises. My son didn't like stouts, but they have stout on...More
A relative suggested JRH, and it was my first stop in town. The brewer was the bartender and was happy to talk about beer and the community. He even recommended local hiking and adventures. The power went out during a storm, but the good times...More