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Roc Brewing Co., LLC, Rochester
(4.2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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  • Came here to sample some local beer. The facility itself was all, but pleasant. They had board games and a nice seating area. The bar was rather small and the selection of beers was perhaps a dozen (b...  more »
  • Hands down the best brewery in Rochester! All the beers are tasty. They always have something new every time I visit. I enjoy ordering the flights of beer. Food here is excellent. Outside seating for ...  more »
  • We stayed at the Radisson and walked up to Roc brewing around 5 on a Saturday. We were worried it was going to be busy, but when we walked in, hardly anyone was here. We got a seat at the bar which wa...  more »
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  • My fiancĂ© and I had our rehearsal dinner at Roc Brewing and could not be happier with how it turned out! Patty worked with us to make sure everything was perfect and the staff was accommodating and great about getting drinks out to our guests. The new porch served as a great communal gathering place for guests who were waiting on the food truck. Patty was in constant communication with us to see if there was anything we needed and gave us some great suggestions about how to improve the event. She even sent us pictures she had taken afterward!
  • Found out this nice nano whilst having their Sasspant at The Beer Market. 4 or 6 flights. Boggle y backgammon games available uk belg y US styles on tap. While they may have lost their suit against Tbe Badass empire. This Kickass is one of the best DIPA's I've had in 20 years. On par with DF90 IMHO Kewl mug club y swanky brady bunch era furniture cool vibe
  • My first time at Roc Brewery: Pros: 1) I loved the Patty's Belgian beer. I drank it all night. 2) Limited but pleasant outdoor seating. Will be great when the inner-loop construction is done. 3) Nice atmosphere and design of their logo and bar area (woodwork). 4) It's cool to see a bit of the brewery itself "behind the scenes." Cons 1) I ordered the Chicken Tot Waffles. First, the price on the website is $7, but it was $8 in house. Second, what is a Tot waffle? Why would you make a thing that is already shareable finger food into an awkward thing that you need silverware for? Third, I hadn't had dinner so I ordered the thing that looked most like a meal, and it was a disappointment. It also took over 20 minutes to come (no one else was ordering food), and was served on a paper plate with plastic silverware. I get that you don't go to a brewery for food, but you can't just drink beer all night—you need something good to KEEP you there, right? Maybe the rest of the food is better? It looks reasonably priced on the website, if those prices are current. 2) The tipping system is presumptuous. You are given options for 18%, 20%, or a "Custom" tip. I understand that wait staff rely on tips to survive, and that these options potentially simplify matters for customers, but what did they do to earn such a high tip? I would argue that the staff there aren't really "waiting" on anyone. There's no table service, which means they didn't bring you a drink, and they didn't pour a drink that took any training. Furthermore, the staff wasn't particularly friendly or attentive. I chose a 10% tip because I had to get up for every drink, and they just poured it in a glass. Are you even supposed to tip anything for a beer? I've heard varying opinions. 3) They need more and better seating. I get they are trying to save money with the lawn furniture from IKEA inside (cheap metal chairs), but they need a lot more seating if they want to expand. To be fair, some of the chairs were more plush sofa-like things. In conclusion, are they a brewery or a restaurant? It seems like an identify crisis. I think they should try to become more of a restaurant, assuming they are willing to improve the food, seating, and service. This requires more than being able to brew good beer.
  • This place was pretty cool. We did the flight so we could enjoy many beers and there wasn't much to dislike. It was a little humid in the building because they also brew beer there so in the summer it might be uncomfortable but I went mid winter so the heat was welcome. I'm not sure if they do this often but they did trivia that night to celebrate an employees 30th birthday. If you happened to be there that night I was half of team: Two, in Spanish!
  • Have visited half a dozen times and always enjoy the experience. Great beer and nice set up. Bartenders are welcoming and they have a small but unique selection of food. It is a great local brewery if you want to support local. You won't be disappointed by the beer and they have a good selection.