This is How We Eat: Fat Heads Brewery & Saloon

In the mood for some food? Look no further, This is How We Eat has got you covered. If you are unfamiliar with what’s going on here, please refer to our previous articles for more information. Now normally consuming alcoholic beverages in any amount is a rare occurrence for me, but in all honesty, stepping outside of a comfort zone can be a good thing every once in awhile. Today we are going to take a look at a place that so many different types of beer that it will make your head spin, Fat Heads Brewery & Saloon.

Anybody who is in the mood for a history lesson will be sadly disappointed, because I couldn’t find out anything about this place whatsoever, so here is a story of my first time there just for fun. Not too long my ago girlfriend and I were out on a weekend night looking for a place to eat. We kept trying to find a place that we haven’t gone to before, and out of nowhere, this giant building with a picture of a bald guy called Fat Head’s Brewery & Saloon caught our eye. Unsure of what to expect, the two of us decided to give it a shot, and needless to say, our experience was something to remember. Now she got a turkey club wrap, and having already eaten dinner, I decided to indulge myself in their Bread Pudding desert, which was just downright delicious. Sadly, this is where our night ended, and it wasn’t until our next visit before we got to try some of their different flavored beers, but in all honesty, it was definitely worth the wait.

As far as problems go, there is nothing about this place that stands out in my mind as anything significant that could ruin a night out with either friends or family at all. On the surface, everything looks like a typical restaurant, but what makes this place truly special is the different selection of beers they have for you to try out. Going through each one would take forever, so in an effort to save time I’m going to go over a couple of my favorite ones with you. I like their Bumbleberry Stout because it’s a sweet, light, and flavorful ale, and I also enjoy their Christmas Ale because it’s a darker drink with a little bit of a kick to it. As far as the rest of the menu goes, everything is reasonably priced, and more than likely you probably won’t spend much more than $40 or so on a dinner for two ( two meals, drinks, and appetizer included), so in the end, people who are looking to save some money will definitely want to check this place out.

If anybody out there decides to make a trip to either Pennsylvania or Ohio, be sure to stop by and spend some time at Fat Head’s Brewery & Saloon, you’ll be glad you did.

Also, if there are any other places that you think we might like to check out, please let us know in the comments below.