The Reuben came out quickly and the first thing I noticed about the sandwich was that the crust was super crispy around the edges from the toasting process. Fortunately the interior of the bread was just about right. There was also an initially greasy overtone to the sandwich, which may have been from an overbuttering of the bread.
The 1000 Island dressing was nicely balanced and offered a nice tang to the overall flavor. The layer of sliced corned beef was not particularly thick, but it didn't taste skimpy. When the sandwich arrived, I think there was more beef outside of the sandwich than inside it. I quickly tucked all of the meat back between the slices of bread. The sauerkraut was nicely drained and had a good flavor.
Overall, this was a good tasting sandwich. It wasn't a mega-Reuben, but it hit the spot. I would definitely recommend it.
The potato chips on the side were nothing to take special note of, and the pickle spear that was included was somewhat bland and lacked the usual zest I was expecting.
Katherine ordered their Trailcutter Brown Ale, which she thought was good. For some reason, she said it had some sort of a "fishy" taste to it, but it wasn't distracting enough to affect her appreciation for it.
If you're near the Batesville area and looking for a Reuben stop, this place should be on the list.