Tall Tales Brewing occupies a beautiful two story building which looks more like a mansion than a business. The surrounding grounds are lush, and it seems there is a landscaping business in the same building. They have a small front parking lot, which will be too small if this place does well. There is no outdoor patio, but the interior has several high top dining tables and space on the right for live music. Further back to the left there is a small 5 chair wooden bar, with windows looking into the brewhouse, which has tall stainless steel brewing vessels. The decor is professional with architectural concrete floors, warmly lighting, and invitingly open high ceilings. The space may not be large enough for the crowd they draw at peak hours, but that's not a bad problem to have for a brewpub that's only two months old! The service was excellent, friendly and informative. The kitchen offers a short, simple menu which is extremely well executed. It includes, delicious brick oven pizza, wonderful little salads, and great appetizers such as cheese and crab dip. Their craft beer sampler flight includes 5 standards, plus a couple experiments, and growlers are available. The beer names are mythical or fairy tale figure themed. The core offering includes respectable styles such as Calamity Jane Blonde Ale, Red Headed Step Child Red Ale, Paul Bunyan Pale Ale, and John Henry Stout. I especially enjoyed their hoppy Excalibur IPA and stronger, hoppier Bonnie & Clyde Double IPA. In conclusion, I really enjoyed this place, even if I wish the location were less remote. I have high hopes that Tall Tales will soar.