Saw the sign along the road and took of from the highway for a late brunch. It’s a quite large place, with several big rooms, all on the same floor. Sort of chain look interior-wise, Nice, but a bit too clean. The same can be said about the beers. They’re clean, but too filtered and lacking on aroma and flavor. None of them off though. Nice food and service too. Not worth a detour, but it’s close to the highway if you drive from Philly towards NYC.
O maitina tai tikrai amerikoniškai - skaniai ir daug. Pirmą kartą gyvenime supratau kam valgant hamburgerį reikia peilio ir šakutės. Nes ten kotletukas toks, kad jo vieno neapžiosi, o ką jau kalbant apie bandeles ir visą kitą krūvą bulvyčių ir salotų sukrautą lekštėje. Kai išėjau palikęs pusę burgerio – padavėja paklausė, ar neskanu buvo? Aš tik pasakiau – „I am from Europe and first day in USA“ ir jos šypsena išdavė, kad suprato mano valgio suvartojimo kiekius. Malonios mergiotės ten dirba, bet reik judėt atgal į Philly. Turėjo jie ten ir daug alaus išsinešimui gražiuose buteliuose, bet nutariau neapsipirkinėti rimtai pirmą dieną....
Nice place. Just stopped in for a flight. Actually a bigger fan of the Voorhees NJ location, but Maple Shade is also worth a stop. Nice selection of beers, all were above average. Will definitely make the trip again!
Typical Iron Hill location. Same typical clean and “square” Iron Hill layout. Average Iron Hill size, which means it is a pretty big brewpub. We had food, again, typical Iron Hill food, which means above-average brewpub fare. Just like other Iron Hill locations they have many of their own beers on tap (around 10) and just like other Iron Hill locations the quality was there. Some classic styles and some more experimental brews. Just like other Iron Hills you can get growler fills and they have 750ml bottles for sale at high $. This is an Iron Hill brewpub, if you’ve been to one you know what they fill like. And because each brew their own beers, you want to visit them all even though they all feel a bit the same. I love all Iron Hills.
Visited here on 4th of July on the way south. I was afraid it would be closed but there was a light crowd there. This is one of 9 locations but the only one in NJ so far (another is coming soon to Voorhees). The others are in DE & PA. I was able to get flights and taste all 5 house beers (these 5 are available at all locations) as well as another 8 specialty beers (these vary location to location). Overall the beers were quite good...some were a little plain...but most are worth the trip. They also sell large bottles of additional varieties. The space itself is very nice...big but with a welcoming feel. I enjoyed the food very much and the server we had was excellent. I am actually surprised that a "chain" of 9 brewpubs can be this good (assuming the others are equal to the Maple Shade location).