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Beer Available At Brass Rail Delicatessen (arranged by most recent)
Cigar City Florida Cracker White Ale 89, Samuel Adams Escape Route 45, Sierra Nevada Nooner Session IPA 82, Konrad Eso Polotmavý Ležák 11° 43, DuClaw Old Flame 80, Stone Enjoy By IPA 100, Sixpoint Hi-Res 97, Carnegie Stark Porter 96, Weihenstephaner Vitus 98, Elysian Split Shot 97, River Horse Tripel Horse 84, New Holland Cabin Fever (2007-) 76, Samuel Smiths Taddy Porter 98, Goose Island Ten Hills 84, Two Brothers Revelry Imperial Red Ale 96, Neshaminy Creek Neshaminator 62, River Horse Double Wit 78, Zywiec Porter 98, R.J. Rockers Bald Eagle Brown 31, Great Lakes Burning River Pale Ale 96
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afireinside96 (33) Mountville, Pennsylvania | February 7, 2009
86 AMBIANCE 4/5 SERVICE 9/10 SELECTION 13/15 FOOD 7/10 VALUE 6/10 OVERALL 17/20
This place is an excellent addition to the local beer scene. The have an excellent selection of bottles, some of which are not easy to come by, and six rotating craft taps. Cisco, the owner, was very friendly and knowledgeable about craft beer. Food is standard deli fare though it is an interesting take on the bottle shop/restaurant combo. Most other places serve only greasy subs while all the ingredients used here are fresh and at least semi-healthy. The fries were very good. Also worth noting is that it is very clean compared to other bottle shops in the area. The only downside is that the prices are relatively high.
Nejhleader (77) Lemoyne, Pennsylvania | January 29, 2009
92 AMBIANCE 5/5 SERVICE 10/10 SELECTION 14/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 4/10 OVERALL 17/20
Nice place, lots of bottles in a nice setup, didn’t get to eat there, but looks like they have deli sandwiches, about 6 beers on tap that were all pretty exotic, prices not the greatest, but I’ve seen worse.
machfive55 (45) Columbia, Pennsylvania | January 15, 2009| Updated November 23, 2009
82 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 7/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD 8/10 VALUE 5/10 OVERALL 16/20
I thought this was a pretty awesome place, I think that 60+ bottles is a little conservative, I think its probably more like 100+. I saw a good selection of fairly rare beers for this area, just a ton of stuff that you don’t normally find in PA. Expect to pay bottle shop prices here, which is a downside, but I think the selection makes up for it. I did not try the food, but it looks like standard deli fare, nothing special. The place is clean and smoke free and they have a nice HD TV in there. I think I saw six taps as well, with some interesting things on tap. Pretty sweet...I’ll be back definately.
Update: The food is excellent but a little pricey. The guy that runs the shop Cisco, is an awesome dude that really knows his beer. The only downside to brass rail is that it is expensive for everything, but the quality is excellent.
PecoKid (7) | December 28, 2008
74 AMBIANCE 2/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 15/15 FOOD 5/10 VALUE 2/10 OVERALL 15/20
This may be the best selection in Central PA. It is in the same building as Brass Rail Beverage, in PA this means cases only. But the Deli has singles, sixes, and even a few on tap. My Saturday AM visit was fine but the service was slow. The prices are outrageous but I suppose that is the surcharge for being so far removed from a sizable urban area. I will go back but only as my budget allows.
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