If there was one beer disappointment of the bunch, it was the Real Peel, he said.
But the Atom Smasher, aged in oak foudres, was outstanding.
There are plenty of other options at Dock Rotz, from wings to salads and wraps to four varieties of grilled cheese. I seriously contemplated the Mac-N-Grilled Cheese Brisket ($11.95) on sourdough, in case you wondered.
There are cheese steaks ($10.95) and a chicken pesto sandwich ($10.95) or the brisket dinner ($13.99), baby back ribs ($12.95 for a half, $21.95 for a full) or pasta.