Once inside, there is seating for about 20. A bar with six stools and a few tables. You actually walk through the brewing area and keg storage on your way to the bathroom. Several of the fermenting tanks are actually formally dairy farm storage. You can get flights or pints, both reasonably priced, or take away a few six packs. We went to try the new Suncaster summer wheat ale recently released and also found out they were on their last keg of vanilla porter (my favorite!), so I had to have a pint!
The bartender was super friendly especially since it was not very busy for a Saturday night. With such a small space, it was cozy and we ended up talking to a couple visiting Columbus on a self-guided brewery tour.
Four String's taproom has 6-8 of their beers on tap and is open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Happy hour is 4:00pm to 7:00pm where pints are only $3. This cozy environment and friendly people make you feel at home. We'll definitely be going back!Yum