Came here right after visiting the Central Market which is right next door .... looks like it was part of a small indoor mall at one time .... Decent stop to have a brew, but nothing more really .... it was after lunch time on a Friday and dead ... so was the staff .... not very talkative and didn’t seem motivated ... the restaurant/taproom a few miles away would be a way better trip than here .... one and done on the beer which was average
Was staying at the hotel just up the block and had a little bit of time to kill before I had to go across the street. Place was packed on a Friday night, but I found some room at the bar for the 10-beer taster flight. Lots of seasonal beers on tap. Some strange, but almost all were good or great.
Visited on a Wednesday evening. Big open bar with some high tops. Lots of space for a bar only, no food. Had 12 beers on tap, only 3 of them were under 8%. But many just different treatments, like a coffee version. Got all 12 for a $14 sampler. Had 4 different bombers on tap as well, 9.50 each. Decent amount of people for a Wed evening. Service was fine. Music wasn’t too loud. Free wifi, next door to a cigar bar. Also, right in the center of Lancaster, near the central market. Parking seems to all be paid only around. I would visit again if I were in Lancaster but wouldn’t head there otherwise.
You are never bored with the selection of brews! Oyster stout? Yup! Eggnog stout? Amazingly good! How about a casked chocolate stout with jalapeno? To freakin die for! Always an interesting saison, a hop-bomb of a pale ale, great seasonals... pumpkin ale, a nice sessionable summer ale, and for the adventurous. .. mango, pineapple, guava, chocolate peanutbutter, pb&j, smoked porter, if you can think of it, they’ve brewed it!
A nice, coffee shop type location in downtown serving fresh Spring House beers and neatly prepared food. The staff were attentive but not particularly chatty. The beers are diverse and offer interesting names.
This place is right next to the local market in its historic building, which fortunately was closed so we found parking in the alley between the pub and the market itself. The pub has large glass windows, a long bar, and shuffleboard, not to mention an old timey carnival gypsy on the way to the restrooms. The beers were tasty and creative. Food was fairly limited, but tasty as well. Staff said that although the brewery itself, about ten miles southwest, is no longer open for tours, but plans are in the works for a restaurant/taproom at the brewery site. Would love to return for more of these beers.
My first visit to pick up some growlers and bottles for the barrel reserve. I loved the mural the decor and the shuffleboard. The beer is really good and the food is excellent. Service was top notch. Its a small venue but its a great place to go.
Small taproom off the main street, Small front patio area. Big bar area with a handful tables around it. Did a 10 beer sampler flight and was impressed by the Pale and IPAs, disappointed by the stouts.
Was in Lancaster for work and low and behold the tap room was right across the street. I grabbed a couple growlers out of my truck and headed over. I was able to get a couple growlers filled, a couple samples and pick up a bottle. Bar had lots of taps, good amount of seating and an excellent location in downtown. If I lived in the area I would certainly be a regular. Spoke to one of the owners and he was super nice and up for some conversation on an early Tuesday pre-lunch. I will be back.