Capones Restaurant

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Beers At Capones Restaurant

NameABVEntered
Boulevard Frequent Flier Session IPA4.3%6/24/2016
Highway Manor Mr. Strawberry5.2%6/24/2016
Highway Manor Say John Saison6.7%6/23/2016
Sixpoint Puff9.8%6/20/2016
Highway Manor Mr. Blueberry 5.2%6/20/2016
Gigantic Massive!12%6/20/2016
Narragansett Summertime Citra Ale4.2%6/20/2016
Gigantic Ginormous8.8%6/20/2016
Gigantic IPA7.3%6/20/2016
East End Old Knobby0%6/19/2016
Bells Oatsmobile Ale4.3%6/18/2016
Summit Unchained 21 - 1st Thread (American IPA)7.2%6/18/2016
Hoppin’ Frog Rocky Mountain DORIS10.5%6/14/2016
Hoppin’ Frog Rocky Mountain BORIS9.4%6/14/2016
Hoppin’ Frog Rum Barrel Aged BORIS The Crusher9.4%6/14/2016
Hoppin’ Frog Teeny Tiny Test Batch IPA Vol. 37%6/14/2016
BOAKS Wooden Beanie7%6/14/2016
Hoppin’ Frog El Frogquistador8.6%6/14/2016
Taft’s Maverick Chocolate Porter5.5%6/14/2016
Taft’s Cherrywood Amber6%6/14/2016
Taft’s Gavel Banger IPA7%6/14/2016
Weyerbacher Line Street Pilsner5.3%6/13/2016
River Horse Barley Wine - Whiskey Barrel11%6/9/2016
Terrapin Single Origin Coffee Stout: Sumatra Wahana Natural5.7%6/4/2016
Terrapin Single Origin Coffee Stout: Hawaii Kona5.7%6/3/2016
Clown Shoes Bluegrass Billionaire12%6/3/2016
Free Will Sour Cherry Powered Rocket5.5%6/1/2016
Draai Laag Apples & Pears4.3%5/30/2016
Jolly Pumpkin Forgotten Tales of the Last Gypsy Series 1 Vol. 15.7%5/26/2016
Allagash St. Klippenstein11%5/26/2016
Manayunk Upshitz Kriek8%5/26/2016
Newport Storm Smoke RIng7%5/24/2016
Newport Storm The SheRIff of Rock RIdge12%5/23/2016
Amager / Jester King Danish Metal10%5/22/2016
Almanac Valley of the Heart’s Delight (Batch 3)7%5/21/2016
Anchor Meyer Lemon Lager4.5%5/21/2016
Drakes Hopocalypse Blood Orange Imperial IPA (Red Label) 9%5/20/2016
Flying Dog Fever Dream: Mango Habanero IPA7%5/20/2016
Epic Brainless on Raspberries 9.8%5/20/2016
Clown Shoes American Monastic8.5%5/19/2016
Two Roads Henry’s Farm Double Bock 7.8%5/19/2016
Deschutes Hop Slice4.5%5/19/2016
Short’s ControversiALE6%5/18/2016
Starr Hill The Hook Grapefruit Session IPA4.8%5/18/2016
Logsdon The Conversion7.8%5/18/2016
Drakes Denogginizer9.75%5/17/2016
Ninkasi Hop Cooler Citrus IPA7.2%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield 24th St Brown - Cinnamon Spice6.8%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield 24th St Brown - Marshmallow6.8%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield Stush Berliner - Ginger & Pear3.5%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield Stush Berliner - Peach White Wine Sangria3.5%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield Stush Berliner - Sangria3.5%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield Stush Berliner - Pineapple Habanero3.5%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield Rye Whiskey Barrel Aged Stout (Raspberries and Cherries)13%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield UJP Porter7%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield La Nada - Coco Caramel Sea Salt12%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield Hop For Teacher IPA - Mango6%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield Hop For Teacher IPA - Peach6.7%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield Hop For Teacher IPA6.7%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield El Mariachi13.2%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield El Jefe Hefeweizen4.5%5/17/2016
J. Wakefield Dragonfruit Passion Fruit (DFPF) Berliner Weisse3.5%5/17/2016
Manayunk Sir Dank A Lot 10.2%5/14/2016
Epic Escape To Colorado IPA6.2%5/14/2016
White Birch Small Batch Ale Sunset sour6%5/12/2016
Conshohocken Blood Money IPA7%5/12/2016
Flying Fish Daylight Savings IPA4.9%5/12/2016
Uinta Hop Nosh IPA - Tangerine7.3%5/11/2016
Manayunk Belly Flop4%5/11/2016
Long Trail Smash Project #3 - Munich Malt/Single Hop Equinox 6.8%5/11/2016
Captain Lawrence Effortless Grapefruit Session IPA4.5%5/11/2016
Mispillion River Black Tie6.6%5/11/2016
Epic Tart N’ Juicy Sour IPA4.6%5/10/2016
Newport Storm Unknown Variable8%5/10/2016
Great South Bay Massive IPA6.8%5/9/2016
Epic Lil Brainless Raspberries5.2%5/9/2016
Saugatuck Backyard IPA4.5%5/8/2016
Flying Dog Brewhouse Rarities: Mint Julep Ale6%5/7/2016
Hoppin’ Frog Tower Tuesday: Infusion A - Coffee Porter6.2%4/24/2016
Flying Fish Exit 18 Baltic Porter9.5%3/15/2016
Long Trail Unearthed Stout7.9%3/13/2016
Newport Storm Red Dawn9%3/13/2016
Tilquin / Rulles Stout Rullquin7%3/11/2016
Free Will Black Friday Quad11.5%3/7/2016
Paradox Beer Non Fatal Souls - Whiskey Barrel Hell For Stout10%3/7/2016
Double Bastard Ale in the Rye12.7%3/7/2016
Forgotten Boardwalk What The Butler Saw5%3/3/2016
Short’s Bonafide Legit6%3/3/2016
Short’s Electric Mullet6.7%3/3/2016
Panil Divina (Barrel Aged)6.5%3/3/2016
Breckenridge 471 IPA Barrel Series: Simcoe10.5%3/3/2016
Anchor Argonaut Collection: Flying Cloud San Francisco Stout7.4%3/1/2016
Søle Artistry & Alchemy9.1%3/1/2016
Evolution Craft Crystal Row7.2%3/1/2016
Atwater Tunnel Ram 7.5%3/1/2016
Sixpoint C.R.E.A.M.7.2%3/1/2016
Almanac Peach de Brettaville6.5%3/1/2016
Free Will Funky Hoppy People Saison8.5%3/1/2016
Spring House Lexicon Devil Grapefruit Pale Ale6.8%2/28/2016
10 Barrel Joe6.9%2/28/2016


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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 10/10
  • SELECTION 15/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 19/20
Zeswaft  (115) Seattle, Washington | April 28, 2007
Far away but definitely worth the trip. Best bottle selection I’ve ever seen in a store. Beer store is in a small back room of the restaurant. Restaurant has a certain supper club atmosphere. The Matt guy is pretty awesome he even hooked me up with a free Victory pint glass for making my first trip out there. Talked to me the whole time and gave lots of recommendations. Prices were fair, better than the foodery in most respects. The bombers and 750s were a lot cheaper but it seemed like the 12oz bottles were really expensive. However, six-packs were ridiculously cheap. Nugget nectar, Old H, Storm king, all <$10. Expedition stout and Hopslam were only $16 a sixer. Tons of neat rarities. Found a Kentucky breakfast and stille nacht reserve 2005. Oh yeah, i dropped $127.50 there.
90
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 14/15
  • FOOD 9/10
  • VALUE 8/10
  • OVERALL 19/20
dmac  (35) Toms River, New Jersey | April 19, 2007| Updated January 19, 2012
Headed out to Capones for the Pliny tasting event. 13 craft beers on draft and a firkin from Nodding Head. Place was totally packed with beer enthusiats so the service was a little slow from my first waitress. A second waitress MaryAnne stepped in to help out and she was great talking to my fiancee and buying me extra time to get a few more beers in. Met the owner Matt and after telling him what a great place he has he hooked me up with a pint glass and a beer on him plus some beer mags to read later. The selection in the store is sick to say the least FFF, Lost Abbey, Founders, Bells and even had a few Heavyweights left. I will be making this 1 1/2 hour long drive again soon.
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  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 6/10
  • SELECTION 14/15
  • FOOD 6/10
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 16/20
JFGrind  (82) Glenside, Pennsylvania | April 19, 2007
Capones is an establishment at a crossroads. It’s a Bar & Grille that is transforming into a destination beer bar. Typical bar & grille set-up with large oval bar,TV’s, tables in the bar area and dining rooms in the back. Plenty of staff on hand, barmaids are adequate but seem to have zero beer knowledge. The owner is the beer geek of the lot, and is assembling a line-up of hard to find beers in the Philadelphia suburbs. Beer geeks have been crowding the bar during beer events causing congestion at the bar and in the parking lot (there is adequate parking down the street at the neighboring office complex). I forsee minor adjustments by the ownership will be made in the future to ease the congestion. With proximity to the PA Turnpike interchange its a easy on/easy off to stop by and check out the take-out and bar. Bonus is Capones does fill growlers to go. Capones has carved a niche out for itself with its beer selection, and I see nowhere but up for its reputation.
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  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 10/10
  • SELECTION 14/15
  • FOOD N/A
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 19/20
RoboHop  (1) Chester Springs, Pennsylvania | March 31, 2007
I was overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of selection. I had created a "want list" of DIPAs available in PA, and as a result of my first visit, the vast majority were crossed off the list, including one-off batches that I thought I might never see. THE place to go for take-out beer. I have yet try the food, but I imagine that will take care of itself at the upcoming Russian River Night. Thanks Matt!
90
  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 8/10
  • SELECTION 15/15
  • FOOD 9/10
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 19/20
k4df4l  (1) DTown, Pennsylvania | March 25, 2007
Fantastic place...hard to add to what has already been said. Excellent selection!!
94
  • AMBIANCE 3/5
  • SERVICE 10/10
  • SELECTION 15/15
  • FOOD 7/10
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 19/20
bmurray  (1) Hatfield, Pennsylvania | March 24, 2007
Took my girlfriend to enjoy a nice dinner and some exotic beers. Prices and food was decent. Maybe it was just because it was a Friday night, but from the resturaunt area the bar is really loud. About 10 beers on tap, which apparently rotates weekly. They were having a Great Lakes theme when I went in. The selection both on tap and in the bottleshop is amazing. I will definitely stop at the bottleshop again and talk to Matt, the owner. He has definitely put together the most comprehensive collection in PA. I left with Lagunitas, Ramstein, Arcadia and Three Floyds bottles. Prices are moderate, but considering Matt is the only one in the area to offer most of these brews, they are more than reasonable.
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  • AMBIANCE 5/5
  • SERVICE 10/10
  • SELECTION 14/15
  • FOOD 10/10
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 18/20
stegosaurus  (34) Levittown, Pennsylvania | March 20, 2007| Updated September 6, 2007
Excellent tap selection, excellent food i had a buger with fries it was great. Service was top notch, my glass was never empty. This was a treat for me, having great brews, and watching some march madness on t.v. Good amount of parking. The take-out store was amazing i have spent a lot of money there over the past couple of months on some pretty hard to find brews (Nogne o, Hoppin Frog, Bells, 3 Floyds, Lost Abbey, Russian River, Pizza port, Avery, Stone, Allagash, Olfabrikken, Dogfish Head, Thirsty Dog, Cantillon, Great lakes, New Holland,Founders are just a host of names that frequent this location). I have even purchased westy 8, Ommegadon, Struise Pannepot, Koff Porter, and a slew of Micros from all around Pa as well as all around the US. Amazing. Now don’t even get me started on the food (excellent), and the events are well ran and awesome, i frequent this place 2-3 times a month, even if it is about an hour away. This has become my hang out.
82
  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 4/10
  • SELECTION 15/15
  • FOOD 8/10
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 18/20
jjohn  (1) Devon, Pennsylvania | March 12, 2007
I would echo all of the good things said below. The owner, Matt, obviously is a beer fanatic, which explains why he is able to stock his store with so many brands you cant find anywhere else in the Philly area. Tracking down ultra-rare beers is his specialty. He also loves to talk beer with his customers. In addition, you can request to be on his email list, which means he will send you updates every time new beers come in. he also has about 8 taps, half for mainstream stuff, half for exotic brews. When i was there I enjoyed Hercules Double IPA on draft, which I havent seen anywhere else in these parts. I had the crabcake sandwhich for dinner, which was very good, and quite inexpensive. Many restuarants cant make crab cakes to save their lives, but this one was pretty good!
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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 10/10
  • SELECTION 15/15
  • FOOD 8/10
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 19/20
JB175  (43) Bucks County, Pennsylvania | March 11, 2007| Updated September 20, 2007
Just visited Capone’s last week for the first time after seeing the place rated so highly on Ratebeer. Amazing - usually I have to qualify all ratings for PA establishments with "good considering PA legal restrictions" - not here. Matt has done an amazing job of putting together the best beer store in the area. Most good stores go out of the way to "check with the distributor" for items you want - Matt drives to Western PA, trades, and does whatever he can to find rare and desirable beers. Another big plus is that every beer has the price on it (unlike some other well-known places), which saves you having to walk up to the counter (usually past a cat) for a price check. Great Lakes, Founders, Duck-Rabbit, Pizza Port, Alesmisth, Olafbrikken, Nogne, Thirsty Dog, Russian River, and other special stuff that you can’t even think about getting in this area from a store. I didn’t get a chance to eat, but the bar and restaurant look nice and had a really nice selection of beer on draft. Do yourself a big favor and stop by!!!
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  • AMBIANCE 5/5
  • SERVICE 10/10
  • SELECTION 15/15
  • FOOD 8/10
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 19/20
roan22  (4) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | March 11, 2007| Updated February 24, 2009
Matt Capone is a true publican, he like Scoats of Grey Lodge will go out of his way to find sought after beers for people, and his goal is to keep his customers happy at all costs. In terms of ambiance/atmosphere, the best thing about Capone’s is the polarity of the two types of regulars: beer geeks sitting side by side with the old-head locals, and all of the intermingling and ’craic’ to be had. I found eating in the restaurant dining rooms to be a particularly charming experience; the lighting is sexy, the food presentation is classy and the room is nicely decorated especially the colored tiles. Plus it is clean. The food menu is all over the place; some choices unremarkable and others are far-reaching, but what you get can be spectacular (like the crab legs and the chilean sea bass dinner specials Yummy!), plus there are some creative side dish ideas. I like the smaller portion sizes and I’m optimistic about the menu ironing out its quirks and finding a streamlined place among the high e
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  • AMBIANCE 4/5
  • SERVICE 10/10
  • SELECTION 14/15
  • FOOD 8/10
  • VALUE N/A
  • OVERALL 18/20
Dickinsonbeer  (31) Hoboken, New Jersey | March 9, 2007
How the hell have I not rated this before? This is by far my favorite place to stop in and pick up some beer. Matt (the owner) always has a new selection of extremely rare beers for sale in the back of the restaurant for sale. He can pretty much get anything you want, just let him know. He always tries to make his customers happy which is great. I have picked up some crazy RR stuff, Bells, Alesmith, Great Lakes, JP, DFH, Stoudts BA shit, Pannepot, Stille Nacht Reserva (I freakin left some on the shelf cuz he has so many!!!) other de dolle SR, Nogne, Olfabrikken, Cantillon (had st lamvinus on tap last time I was there), lost abbey, duck rabbit, highland, terrapin, dominion, east end, and a shitload of other rediculous stuff. It is so much fun going here, that I have to go everytime I come to PA now. Wings were damn good too. Matt rocks!

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