Keep in mind that they will be moving in May of 2008 due to lease issues, and relocation date has not been determined. I stopped in on a Wednesday night to meet Jasonmech77 for a beer and some wings. This place has a great ambiance. Dimly lit, brick walls, dungeon like cubbys, and a halloween/haunted house theme throughout. 10 rotating beers on tap and a small but nice selection of bottles. I ordered some chipotle wings and they were good. Crowd is a good mix of locals covering all age groups. The gothic bartender was very nice, but obviously short on help for the night. However, her personality made up for it. Don’t expect too many rarities, but selection is good and this place has a lot of character. I found two beers I had not tried. By all means, give this place a visit.
Went here for lunch after Weyerbacher tour, along with everyone else from the tour, even the guide showed up later. The food is good, but I made the mistake of ordering the beer sampler, all of which were to much for the mere burger I ordered, but you can create you own custom sampler from their list, so the poor pairing was my fault. The young waitress had other things on her mind than serving us, and it took all day to get our food - she must’ve been sampling the brews. Just as we were leaving, it seemed the evening crowd was arriving, each one, I presume, owned one of the many uniquely decorated mugs hanging around the bar. Probably would’ve been better off having something easy with lunch, then sticking around with the evening regulars to sample the better brews.
The chili was quite good. The decor a bit hokey but at least the bars still in business. The selection of brews is quie good for a small town bar, and of course a destination for full brews after the Weyerbacher tour. Sometimes it was a bit tough to get the waitresses attention.
JB175 (43) Bucks County, Pennsylvania | July 23, 2006
If you can get up to Easton for a tour/sampling at Weyerbacher, then you owe it to yourself to stop at Which Brew. Plenty of Weyerbacher selections on draught, plus various Victory, Stoudt’s, DFH, and other regional/micro/INTL selections that make it worth the stop. Food pretty good, except for the burger (does anyone know the meaning of medium-rare anymore?)
jason (45) Easton, Pennsylvania | July 14, 2006| Updated August 11, 2007
Good pub. The best in Easton. Great staff and food. Prices are good. They always have some great drafts from the surrounding area, I got weyerbacher 11 on draft don’t know if i could have gotten that elsewhere. Good bottle selection including some Heveyweights. Always worth a stop in.