Beaver Falls Beer Guide: Your Beaver Falls guide to beer, beer bars, breweries and brewpubs

Latest reviews from Beaver Falls

84 /100 1820 7TH AVE
“Saturday afternoon at 4pm, when they open. Lighting is pretty nice and dimmed. Store front that seats 98. Bartender seems nice and knowledgeable enough 12 taps with 2 more beers in waiting. Don't seem like there is food here, but pizza shop is next door. 5 Buck a pint, average. Older but interesting place and worth a stop. Cheers!“
unclefrito62 1387 days ago
80 /100 1820 7TH AVE
“Visited here in early November ’16 on a Thursday evening while in the area for business. Storefront type taproom, no frills, interesting decor with ’70s and ’80’s album covers and pinup posters. Interesting tap selection, not your usual amber, pale and IPA. The three I had were top notch. Barkeep happened to be the head brewer and very knowledgeable, friendly and talkative. Worth pulling off I-376 for.“
PorterPounder 2059 days ago
86 /100 1820 7TH AVE
“Easy parking on the main drag of BF. Small new place, very rough inside yet enticing. I’m with little doc below, any brewpub in my area is fanfare, but its still not close enough. Very friendly. Food is cheese and crackers and homemade salsa finger food. Food was good BTW. Many different beers and I like this place because I got a hankering for milder beers. Most of these beers were not over the top. Small tour of brewing area. makes beer making look really easy. Again, everybody in this place, had a great beer attitude. Yes, wish I lived closer. Also let me tell you at the last visit the music was layed back and it was soft & friendly. Also, much eye candy was added.“
cheap 3214 days ago
86 /100 1820 7TH AVE
“This is an awesome brewpub in Beaver Falls (the brewery has been operating for several years but just moved to a location downtown and now serve pints and some food). The owner/brewer also serves the beer and he gave us his philosophy on beer making. Basically he largely cares about making unique, interesting beers that people will seek out because you can’t get them anywhere else. Examples include their chamomile wheat ale (it was out when I was there, but apparently is very chamomile heavy), a basil beer, kvass, a pale ale made exclusively with Nelson Sauvin hops, and plenty of other tasty treats (saison, roggenbier, black ipa, English pale ale). They don’t serve much food, but the meat and cheese plate was very tasty. The owner/brewer is very friendly, strikes up a conversation with most patrons, and is interested in what people think about his beers. The location is still pretty new - a small bar, tables, and some arcade games in the back. I was surprised to find such a great brewery in such a location without any fanfare whatsoever on this site. It is a definite must stop for travelers and nearby residents. Cheap too-$4-5 for a pint. I’ll be back soon!“
LilBeerDoctor 3247 days ago
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