The cavernous, lodge-like Glacier Brewhouse is a bar-and-restaurant with the gleaming stainless steel vats of the brewery behind a wall of glass. An amber, a blonde, an IPA, and an oatmeal stout are always on tap, and joined by brews off a long, long, seasonally-changing roster.It's kitchen is also open to view and serves a menu that stretches from three-cheese pepperoni pizza, to barbeque pork ribs with Jamaican jerked seasoning, to a surf-and-turf featuring prime rib and a half pound of king crab. This is a good place for lunch, when many of the same entrees served at dinner cost six or seven dollars less.