The building is a big old brick warehouse kind of place that begs to be a lot of things, and one is a brewpub. The service was very good, the menu wasnít huge but very adequate and the brew selection was a bit larger than most brewpubs. Altogether a very enjoyable experience.
Loved the building! located in a historic brewery building ... very authentic! The beers are great and the food is good too! The staff was courteous and helpful with recommendations with menu items.Will go back again
Located in what looks like an old warehouse that they installed a micro-brewery in and then took the rest of it and made it into a restaurant. When the bar area gets loud, it gets very loud indeed. They had 9-10 things on tap and they mix together the Strawberry wheat and the Lancaster Milk stout and call it a Chocolate covered strawberry, Word to the wise, if you order a sampler they will give you 12 6oz. beers so pace yourself, i.e. an entire Phillies game, or bring a DD. Also it costs $18 which means its dinner as well. Most of the beers were solid. I canít recall any that utterly sucked. I though the Hop Hog and the Hefe were at the head of the class. As for ambiance it definitely has a neighborhood bar kind of vibe to it although if I saw one more hefe being served with an orange, I was going to scream very, very loudly.
Located in a big old industrial warehouse. I loved the ambience here because of that and also because my table was right above the brew kettle. Everything else was fairly mediocre. I didnít eat. Service was slightly above average. The sampler was HUGE... 12 5 ounce samplers for $14... not bad for 60 ounces of beer, but they didnít let me get a smaller sampler which was lame. The beer was OK... a couple above average, most average and one was completely foul. Overall, a decent stop, but not great.
Nice place, great food (albeit a bit pricey), the beer has seen better days. Not sure if itís the brewer, but the beers have gone downhill over the last few years. 4-5 years ago, the beer was quality. Now, itís average at best.
Stopped through early May, 2009. The beer selection looked like it would have been better a month ago, as most of the heartier seasonals were crossed off. Still had 9 or so beers on. The food was better than average, my chicken sandwich was right on, though served with a minimal amount of fries. The bartenders were really kind of slow for a place that small, but having only been once, I canít make any real judgment. The beers were all 4.50 for an imperial pint, 3.25 at happy hour.