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Beer Available At Selinís Grove Brewing Company (arranged by most recent)
Selins Grove Snake Drive Irish Syle Stout 80, Selins Grove IPA 98, Selins Grove American Pale Ale 86, Selins Grove Framboise 95, Selins Grove Amazing Wit 87, Keewaydin Cider Semi-Dry 49, Selins Grove Scottish Ale 67, Selins Grove White Horse Porter 91, Selins Grove St. Fillans Wee Heavy 90, Selins Grove Captain Selins Cream Ale 56, Selins Grove Goldings Special Bitter 86, Selins Grove Winter Solstice Dubbel 79, Selins Grove Organic Extra Brown Stout , Selins Grove Mudpuppy Bourbon Brown , Selins Grove Java Lava Coffee Stout , Selins Grove SNAFU IPA 91, Selins Grove Shade Mountain Stout 91, Selins Grove Pumpkin Ale 99, Selins Grove Saison de Peche 99, Selins Grove Stealth Triple 95
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Glouglouburp (345) Montreal, Quebec | April 4, 2013
90 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 17/20
Thereís a lot more to the Selinís Grove Brewing pub than their famous Phoenix Kriek. The Phoenix Kriek was indeed on tap when I visited the pub and as much as I loved it (rated 4.4) I even preferred their pilsner which was simply one of the best American made pilsner I ever had. The pub is located in an old house and it is beautiful. The interior is rustic yet classy. The atmosphere is peaceful and a little dark. The customers of all ages are quietly enjoying their food and beers. This place is the opposite of a dive bar. The food is mostly creative small meals (original sandwiches and the likes) and everything was very tasty. Over 10 taps serving all kinds of different beers, from the session pilsner to the big barrel aged sippers. One of the best brewpub Iíve been to. Highly recommended, but please know that this isnít a party place.
bierkitty (13) Elysburg, Pennsylvania | December 11, 2012
92 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 20/20
This is my favorite place in the entire universe to drink beer, I donít know why I have waited until now to write a review. The cellar of this beautiful 18th century field stone home is the definition of cozy. The beers are all solid, but several (IPA, Peche, Framboise to name just a few) are world class. The small kitchen features mainly wonderful deli offerings and one cooked special. The portions are small but youíll want to save room for the desserts...Baklava this past week. Iím a huge fan of any of their meat pies. When the St Feullianís meat pie is on Iíll be there. There is always an interesting mix of local folk and beer tourists. I love it that there is no TV to distract from the beer and conversation. I love this place.
j12601 (262) Poughkeepsie, New York | October 29, 2012
86 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE N/A OVERALL 17/20
My wife and I stopped in here for for the first time for the second time (since the first time we stopped, on a drive back to NY from Michigan, happened to be a day they were closed) on the way to Krameírs campground brewdown. I managed to try everything on tap thanks to them doing samplers, and had a pint or two as well (hooray for it being my wifeís turn to drive next). Opted for the chili while my wife got one of the specials, which I canít recall currently, but she rather enjoyed (something with a bunch of fish). The chili was amazing. Nice to find a place that offers a number of vegetarian things on the menu not simply to offer vegetarian options, but because itís good food that happens to be vegetarian. There was a decent sized crowd here for an early Friday afternoon at lunch time. Loads of locals, all of whom seemed to know a few of the staff and a bunch of the other patrons. Service was great, never felt rushed, never felt like it was a hassle to get the attention of the bar staff. Certainly will be back, and itís worth coming just for the pretzels.
GT2 (344) Riverslime, California | August 22, 2012
80 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 17/20
Very cool place, extremely easy to miss since there is no sign really on the main street there (Market St ?). There is a small sign off the main road that says Brewery & Pub with a piglet. No mention of the actual brewery name. Walk down a garden path behind the unlabeled building and in the basement floor is a secret brewpub called Selins Grove. Ambiance is mega dark, almost lightless inside with old, 1700s tavern feel. Oil lamps, wooden beams, low ceilings, wooden stalls. Tap list is all house beers with quick rotation and a local cider that was very good. Quality level of the house beers was high- excellent witbier, ESB, IPA. Stout and porter were decent. Allows flights of all beers on tap. The organic Pils was very nice. Let me fill up a Tired Hands growler here of anything on tap- I chose the ESB. Bottom filled but not CP filled. Attentive staff, very local vibe with regulars dropping in and out. Family atmosphere in the main dining room. Loved the antebellum decor. For food we had a very good smoked salmon quesadilla with homemade sweet salsa that was boss. Very cool place. Would love to come back for the Pumpkin beer release. Remember there is a small parking lot in the back. On the GPS it only spits you out in front of the piglet sign, which is not very helpful.
jercraigs (234) Toronto, Ontario | August 21, 2012
74 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 15/20
2012-08-17. Stopped in for drinks on a Friday afternoon and there was a decent number of people there. Pretty neat spot in an old building, lots of old stone in the main bar area, which is a bit dark. Small but nice patio outside. We sat in the area with tables which was brighter but has slightly less charm. Tap list was a bit disappointing in that a lot of the more interesting beer options were sold out. The ones we did try were pretty decent serviceable takes on the styles. Beers are available in various sizes at very reasonable prices. Also had Keewaydin Cider on tap. Ordered a bag of chocolate covered pretzels as a snack which are made locally and taste fantastic. Food menu is not extensive but looked good. Server was friendly and a bit like getting served by your friends Mom (and I mean that in a nice way). Not sure I would go out of my way to go back, but its definitely worth a visit.
rudolf (100) Buffalo, New York | August 21, 2012
78 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 10/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 10/10 OVERALL 17/20
Stopped in on the way to Campground Brewdown 2012. Its a small space that reminds me field trips to old timey forts as an elementary school student. We didnít eat but did take advantage of their great sampler policy - 2 oz samples are a buck or two, 4 and 8 oz samples are also available. The beer was good enough that I wouldnít mind stopping here again next time Iím in the area.
watson1977 (114) The dub c, Pennsylvania | July 26, 2012
84 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 11/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 17/20
Though its a tiny place, it has a really rustic, homey feel. Thr inside is a bit dark but very communal due to the close proximity of tables. Awesome outdoor seating. Service was excellent! ...even when i annoyingly filled 5 grolwers and during the busy time of a brewfest weekend. Food and beer were pretty damn good...just wish there were more options for both. Pretty fantastic for a small town...a hidden gem for sure.
craftycarl21 (71) Washington, Washington DC | May 15, 2012
78 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 12/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 16/20
Really awesome little spot in the middle of nowhere, economically depressed central PA. Down below what seemed to be the main road in the basement of an old building that looks like it used to be a bank or some such thing. Cute, rustic decor, not overdone with a nice wooden bar. Only tried two tasters because I was driving and hungover but had the apple brandy aged blonde which was very good and the kriek which was absolutely stellar. Good prices, had a damn tasty pastrami sandwich, and filled a couple growlers. Absolutely worth hitting up if youíre driving through PA, particularly if the kriek is on tap.
BeerandBlues2 (458) Hanover, Maryland | February 5, 2012
80 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 9/10 OVERALL 15/20
Another nice oasis in central PA. This is an old, French countryside decorated brewpub below street level. The service was pretty good, complete with the chef coming out to talk it up with some locals he knew. There was no food for us on this stop, so nothing to report there. The dozen or so house beers available were pretty good, though The Kriek still eluded me.
orangesol (73) Pennsylvania | August 31, 2011
90 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 8/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 9/10 VALUE 8/10 OVERALL 20/20
I have been to this place more times than I can count. It is a little hard to find from the main street at first but once you see it you will be fine. Actually drove right by it the first time I was there. Wish I would have found out about the parking lot in the back the first time also. Set in an old building that was once the home of our Governor is this gem of a brewery. Going down a set of steps leads you into the garden and the lower level/basement of the building revealing the actual bar area. The bar is small with seating for 10-12 and a few side tables and more seating in the small dining room. There are a few tables outside in the garden area as well. The food is simple; soups, sandwiches, wraps, etc.; and are made with fresh, local, ingredients. The beer is top notch as well. Not really sure what more quality you would need. The service is good. They only have one server on most days so it can be a little slow but I never really cared that much. Selection is very good. Usually 8-10 beers on at any given time. From their fruit beers, most notably Phoenix Kriek, to their IPA, you would be hard pressed to find something you wouldnít like to drink. Prices are pretty good, a little high for some of the beers but not too bad. Overall a great brewpub that deserves all the hype it gets. I will continue to go here as often as I can.
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