Kennett Brewing is well off the road down a passageway and then downstairs; it could have been a speakeasy a few generations ago. There's nothing overly fancy here -- cracked concrete floors and a metal ceiling which upon closer inspection has some thoughtfully placed sound baffles. The menu is functional but limited. But you don't come here for gourmet food, you're here for the atmosphere and the beer, Kennett offers plenty of both. We wish we lived close to a brewery like this one. It has a "Cheers"-like feel that makes it easy to meet people if you want to. There are no mistakes in the eight house beers and some a re truly remarkable, especially given the size of their tiny brewhouse. We'll definitely be back. ---Bob & Ellie Tupper, authors, “Drinking In the Culture, Tuppers’ Guide to Exploring Great Beers in Europe.”
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