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Old 08-29-2006, 01:35 AM   #1
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Default Longneck's (New Berlin, WI)

The "house" beers were just not great. They only had two of the four listed on tap. I tried the amber ale, but it didn't holler "amber" to me and was under-hopped. The next two beers were Smuttynose IPA's.

Their "pilsner" starts with: "This ale..." Ok, how is a pilsner an ale?

Food...well I was sorely disappointed in the special of the day, all-you-can-eat shrimp. No fries?!?! The shrimp tasted pre-cooked and simply boiled.

My wife's Shrimp Scampi was overly greasy. I tasted a mix of butter, olive oil and veggie oil in there. The rest of the ingredients were fair and the red onion was a good addition.

1/2 star out of 5

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