The pub is at one end of a suburban mall-like set of buildings, all pale yellow with architectural stone accents, dramatic sloped roofs, and very tall, concrete column and glass entries. Inside Wolf Creek the ceiling is also high. Two walls are covered with wood paneling and there are several massive horizontal wooden support beams. In the front is a dining area with wooden tables and chairs and quite a few wooden booths with padded seats. At the back is a fairly long copper-topped bar with tall variously colored chairs.
The big draw here is a very nice outdoor patio with a large gas firepit and several outdoor propane(?) heaters. It is partly covered by large tightly strung cloth awnings. There are quite a few tables and chairs, a few synthetic Adirondack chairs, and several cushioned outdoor couch and chair sets. The patio curves around from the side of the building to the back.
The beer selection of six house-made beers is quite wide-ranging, and there were three guest craft beer taps as well on our visit. Both the Hopdazed Imperial IPA and Howling Hefe we tried were good and true to style.