Another excellent ABC location. I visited here the weekend before July 4th, and the entire town of Gettysburg was still completely packed. Fortunately, the ABC pub wasnít. I walked in and get a table right away, even at 7pm. The larger dining room didnít lend too much of an ambiance. I felt like I was sitting in an old, run-down, cheap restaurant that hasnít seen an upgrade in flooring, walls or tables and chairs since the mid-1960ís. But maybe thatís part of the Gettysburg "charm;" to leave things the way they once were. The bar area looked pretty cool, though. I wished I had just sat out there. The server was outstanding. He was very easy-going, attentive, funny and prompt. The food is basically the same here as it is at the other two ABC pubs Iíve visited so far. I had the Fire-something burger, which was pretty good. They had two beers on draft that I hadnít had before, which was good. They were out of an English-style mild beer, which was a bit disappointing, but the new pilsener was good. Thereís ample parking in the lot, and a decent view of the rolling hills of the battlefield. Iím not out in the Gettysburg area too often. Thankfully I live about ten minutes from their Collegeville location! But if I ever find myself out there again, Iíll definitely stop by again.
Rustic brewpub. Dining area lacked much personality, but the small bar area was nice with good views of Gettysburg historical fields across the street. Large number of house beers most of which weíre available with their standard sampler flight. None were outstanding, but most were okay. Food menu looked lime standard brewpub fare, but the quality was fantastic. Burgers at tables around us were huge and the stromboli we got was one of the best Iíve ever had. Would definitely come back here even it was just for food.
A nice farm/barn-like brewpub just outside the Gettysburg National Military Park. The interior has a German feel to it. Plenty of house beers on tap with a fair number of seasonals. The blackened pork medallions were quite good along with their Belgian seasonals. The service was fair and pleasant.
Weíre only 30 minutes away so decided to check it out. What was supposed to be a 25 minute wait ended up only being 5 minutes. Quite a few in-house drafts, I had 2 myself. Food was good, fish and chips for me. Service was good, football on a few TVs and the option of growlers/bombers/mix 6-packs when we left. Great dining experience.
Almost a mile outside of the downtown in the area the battle started sits ABC. Decent location and size. Service sucked, the girl was not very personable at all and had no passion for talking about the beers. Was dead for a Saturday night. The selection was decent they had about 8 taps. Takeout cooler was practically empty, but they had lots of growlers. I had the barleywine which was tasty and decent, but címon a 6.5oz pour? The food looked great, didnít try any but the pizza looked awesome. The value was decent, but overall they really need to step it up here staffwise. There is something wrong if the town is full of people on a Saturday night and your dead.
Nice barn-like interior with a decent size bar off to the side. Fourteen of their beers on tap, plus bottles of Belgian stuff. Tasters were 8 five ounce pours for a sawbuck, so generous portions at a decent enough price. Food was OK pub fare, and service was just OK.
Restaurant brewpub with small bar area and decent amounts of seating catering to visitors. Service started a bit off but warmed nicely during the drinks and meal and turned out just fine. Beer was surprisingly good and they had 10+ choices. All in our party with happy with the food-- I would recommend to give this a try.
Had lunch here one Sunday. The food was ok, but nothing to write home about. We did experience good service though as our waitress was very helpful and friendly. Good selection of brews that not only included the Appalachian line, but other craft brews as well such as Delerium Tremmens and Lindemans Lambic. Ambience is ok, it kind of has the look of a Ruby Tuesdays with its decor.