The good, the bad, and the ugly. That sums up my visit to Prohibition Brewing Co. I'm happy to say that "the good" was the beer. Hef-U-Up, though sophomorically named, was quite good. A 7.5% hefeweizen, the cloudy brew had the sweet notes I look for in a beer of this style, was full bodied, and very drinkable. I would definitely order this beer again, and the finesse with which it was brewed makes me want to try their other offerings as well. That, unfortunately, was the end of "the good". "The bad" may be considered a matter of taste. When I ordered the aforementioned beer the bartender asked if I wanted a slice of lemon with it. Perhaps it was a slice of orange. I was so thrown by the question that I honestly don't remember. If I go to Chili's and order a Blue Moon, I expect the glass to be adorned with a piece of fruit. This is not something I expect to encounter at a brewery. Again, this is my preference. Some people may like a piece of lemon or orange with their beer, and that's okay. For me, it's not okay. That brings me to "the ugly". The bartender asked the guys sitting next to me at the bar what they wanted to drink. They said they didn't really care and that they just wanted a beer, so to bring them an IPA. As she was getting their beer she responded, "I know what you mean. Beer is beer." Really? Again, if I was at Chili's I might expect the bartender to have this kind of attitude, but at a brewery? How can a brewery expect to distinguish itself in the San Diego market when its main public representatives, their bartenders, don't care about the product they are serving? This left a bad taste in my mouth, overshadowing the previous good taste from the beer. The beer was good enough to have again, but I think I'll look for it elsewhere. Someplace where "beer" is much, much more than just "beer".