Located on a brick alley, J. Clyde’s is a small building with a lot of outside patio seating (both covered and uncovered). The little bit of inside seating is impacted by a remodeling project but the end result will more than double the taps so it will be worth it. There is a short bar plus a few tall tables in a small room but the main seating area is on the large back patios plus there are several additional tables out front on the alley. Currently, there are about 40 taps that include the full range of imports, regional crafts and a couple big guy “crafts”. I was surprised by the large number of Rogue taps but I can get most of those at home so I enjoyed the Lazy Magnolia Southern Pecan and a Terrapin Rye on cask; chased with a Left Hand Milk Stout. The dinner menu is upscale but there are plenty of appetizers and casual offerings as well. There was ample parking in the designated lot just up the hill.