Resurrection Ale House | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Places > United States > Pennsylvania > Philadelphia

Resurrection Ale House
Excellent based on 7 ratings
Type: Bar

2425 Grays Ferry Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States 19146 [ print map ]
215 735 2202 | twitter

Hours: Noon-2am, everyday

Taps: 13 | Bottles: 40

Resurrection Ale House

Create a free account for these features:
Edit This Place | Add Event Here

Beer Available At Resurrection Ale House (arranged by most recent)
add beers to this location Sign in to add beer    |    Sign in to edit availabile beers    |    Print Shelftags    |    Customize Shelftags

7 reviews for Resurrection Ale House
 Ambiance  86%
 Service  87%
 Selection  78%
 Food  82%
 Value  82%
 Overall  84%
 Rating  85%

  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 10/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 16/20
Nate  (290) Indiana, Pennsylvania | August 21, 2012
Great little neighborhood gastropub. Had lunch on a Tuesday afternoon - place was almost empty. Attentive and knowledgeable service. Small but diverse tap selectiona and good food options.
jredmond  (214) Manhattan, New York | June 4, 2012
Had a few drafts with Vinny. Nice double level bar which adds to the ambiance. Nice wood tables. Great service. Great beer event(s).
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 11/15   FOOD 9/10   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 17/20
italianjohn  (162) Penndel, Pennsylvania | April 11, 2012
Nice neighborhood with some swanky row homes and more low key and less crowded area .... inside is small but cozy nice sized bar with small seating areas and a couple of booths ... server was very prompt and recommended food off the menu which was very open minded .... had the pork sandwich which was awesome and hand cut fries .... port mongo on tap and a decent mix of 12 brews plus a hand pump .... ask for a bottle list which has a small yet tasteful list of belgians/belgian inspired brews .... all in all an awesome place to grab a bite, brew in a laid back clean atmosphere
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 13/15   FOOD 9/10   VALUE 9/10   OVERALL 19/20
pvequalsnrt  (10) Norristown, | February 16, 2012
this is one of my favorite spots in philly. away from the old city/downtown/university city crowds, tucked away as you head towards west philly on grayís ferry. great spot. food is great, menu changes every so often. not a ton of taps (13) but no BMC at all, even one devoted to a cask. theme nights show up now and again. even though itís a little dark inside, itís still warm and inviting. some would say itís small, but i say itís cozy. i love the furniture. oh, and i love the curry dipping sauce for the fries. good stuff. iíve been back often.
Capa  (278) Manama, Bahrain | November 11, 2011
Small and cozy bar. Barkeep was friendly and so were the patrons, which is more important than people think, IMO. Thirteen taps (one is cask) offering many locals and a Belgian or two. Not very crowded on an early Friday afternoon which is good because it has a very angular bar area which would make a crowd difficult I think. Food looked good but I didnít have any. Comfortable and relaxing. Good spot.
  AMBIANCE 4/5   SERVICE 9/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD 8/10   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 16/20
j12601  (285) Poughkeepsie, New York | April 5, 2010
Stop two on our Philly Beer Raid tour that featured Local 44 first, and Memphis Taproom after. As it was a beautiful day when we went, the large window was open allowing a nice cool airflow through the mid afternoon. Big clean white space with light wood and a very open feel. Went with a few of the local taps that I hadnít had before and they were fairly decent. Nothing compared to the splendor that was the pickle plate though. House made, varying items based on season and such. Ours that day featured two traditional pickles, dill and bread and butter (amazing, and I usually donít like these), okra (not for me), beets (utterly delicious and earthy), and grapes. First pickled grapes Iíve ever had, and with a hint of orange and anise they were awesome. Iíll be making these myself sometime (minus the anise).
  AMBIANCE 5/5   SERVICE 8/10   SELECTION 12/15   FOOD 7/10   VALUE 8/10   OVERALL 16/20
bp  (57) Queens, New York | September 27, 2009
My wife and I checked out the newly opened Resurrection Ale House this weekend. The place is very nice but small. Beer selection was very good Cantillon, Lost Abbey, Russian River, Schlenkerla on draft with plenty of local/regionals like Dogfish, Yards, PBC and Brooklyn. Nice bottle list as well. Food was good though I found the oyster sandwich lacking flavor. Iíd skip that unless they change the way they prepare it and the bread they serve it on. Prices were reasonable. Overall, a place to check out and if they keep bringing in good beers a possible destination spot.

What's Your Opinion?
Add your review

Proximity Map

View Proximity Map
Print Travel Map

Proper Glassware
Real Ales
Edit Info | Add an Event  
Copyright © 2000-2015,
RateBeer LLC. All rights
about us
About RateBeer
New Beers
Advanced Search
Add A Beer
Add A Brewer
Add A Place
Log In
Edit Personal Info
Premium Membership
Your Messages
the best
100 Beer Club
The Top 50