There is a large L-shaped bar plus a lot of tall tables surrounded by roomy booths. The 19 TVs include some large screens, so several are visible from each seat.
Of the 12 taps, the majority are western micro brews (only a few are standard macro beers). There is a fair range of syles and brewers. Several taps are rotated frequently for guest brews. They often have two or more from Deschutes (Black Butte Porter, Obsidian Stout & New Belgium 1554 were dark highlights of a spring visit).
The menu has a good selection of appetizers, salads, burgers and pizza. Although this location can't match the vistas from her Squaw Valley sister, it's still a great place for brew, grub and sports.