For many like myself I did not realize this new place existed until i kept on driving by and was curious what this restaurant was. I always knew this location to be the Kelsey’s restaurant back in the day – and while sitting in the restaurant I can’t tell you if it looks the similar layout or not. Is it the fact I can not remember because I have been away for a year or they did that good of a job to redecorate. Either way the decor is charming and has a unique style to it but a little dark never the less. Kind of depressing in my mind.
Beer Revolution is a craft beer and pizza bar.
Their menu’s are made out of cardboard so either they are trying to cut costs or trying to make a new style trend.
Pricing is not cheap.
To start off with some snacks we have Truffle fries ($9.00), Pizza spring rolls ($12.00), Bavarian Pretzels ($10.00) and nachos ($20.00).
Getting into the salads and soups we have crab cake louis ($16.00), sausage gumbo ($9.00) and panzanella ($13.00).
For Sandwiches we have the well known Revolution burger ($16.00), or gravity burger ($16.00) and the normal guy sub ($15.00).
And of course the pizzas.
We have Newton (black mission figs) $20.00, Armin ($18.00), Furious Pete ($19.00) which is quite spicy in my opinion but all around delicious. And Junior boy ($19.00) following Everyday normal guy ($18.00).
There are many more pizza choices.
Not in the mood for pizza, try their House cranked links menu. Spicy Italian, skillet with roasted potatoes ($18.00) or on a bun with fries for ($15.00). Also have, Vietnamese Hmong which is a skillet with roasted potatoes and baby carrots ($18.00) or on a bun with fries for ($15.00).
Of course It can’t be Beer Revolution without the beer.
They have all their beers on the TV screens on the wall which is a creative, convenient way to showcase the beers you have while highlighting which ones are on special for that evening.
Beer on Tap:
choosing a size of 16oz or 8oz.
From the brewery you have Brewsters (Jimmy’s easy summer ale), Hitachino nest (white ale), Sam Adams (Boston Lager), Wild rose (electric ave. golden lager), Krombacher (pilsner), Beer Revolution (Peach fuzz wheat ale and Lucky penny lager), grizzly paw (beaver tail raspberry ale), and Anchor (California Lager).
Besides the decor and the food of the new restaurant in Edmonton. The Customer service is something else.
First, you seat yourself and the waitress will come to you. It may take a while, but once they recognise your a new patron they come right over and handout menus while explaining how to order the beers off the screen.
Tip: Order a beer and Snack right then.
Second, You Never know which waitress is yours as everyone is running around in ciaos, assisting every patron. Kind of feels a little disorganised.
Tip: Stack your dishes on the side of the table, to show them you are waiting to leave and want the bill.
In the end I would have to give Beer Revolution 2 stars out of 5… And the 2 is based merely on how delicious the food was.