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

Latest reviews from Clarion

68 /100 600 MAIN STREET
“Right on the main drag, pub and grille vibe divided into two sections, dining area and bar. Food availalbe. Worn down, comfy vibe probably due to this being in a college town. Amazing service, but beers were kind of thin and weak. Best of the flight was a guest tap.“
stevoj 113 days ago
84 /100 600 MAIN STREET
“Dim lighting and road parking for Clarion River Brewing in Clarion, Pennsylvania. 12 taps of their own beer offered. Have wine and spirits here too. Good bartender and nice wait staff. Growers to go and t-shirts for sale. Nice place to visit just off I-80. One room is the bar and the other room has tables. Nice place in downtown Clarion, Pennsylvania. Cheers!“
unclefrito62 527 days ago
68 /100 600 MAIN STREET
“Hit this place up while on a canoeing trip on the real clarion river. Easy find on the main drag o clarion with plenty of parking on the street too. Bar in the back and the dining area in the front, tables and booths. Good service, we had the the fried haddock sandwich, not bad, but a little expensive. We also had a flight of all eight of their beers for $15, and they were ok. Overall good beer experience.“
cheap 1979 days ago
76 /100 600 MAIN STREET
“They did a very nice job in remodeling this building. I love the wood work. The tables are cool. This place is nicely appointed and classy. The haddock sandwich for $13.oo looked nice, maybe next time I will try that for lunch. I ended up going for the Daily "Tri" Special -a cup of soup, small salad , and a 1/2 sandwich. I had their pulled pork- which is good and a tomato bisque soup, which was very good. I tried the Iron Furnace pale ale, which is good, but I really like their Russian Stout, which is exceptional good- better than many other brands. Dylan was our server as we sat at the bar and fired questions away at him concerning the beer. This place is well worth visiting.“
Cakes 2298 days ago
68 /100 28 NORTH 5TH AVENUE
“Visited: 7-6-11 I was thoroughly surprised that this place was here because I had been coming to Clarion for 6 months and never knew there was any good beer nearby. I thought this town was a craft beer wasteland until I came to the Toby Hill Bar. On a down note, when I arrived at the bar, I walked into a fairly empty bar (5 other people) and it still took the bartender literally 15 minutes to acknowledge me and she seemed kind of surly too. The selection was really good, this place has 12 taps of macro crap but had 5 coolers for bottles that had over 100+ craft beers in them. The quality of the selection was really good, it had a lot of PA fare but also had some real gems buried within them too, which were nice to try for first time beers. Since i was on the company dime, I did eat while there and the food is about average with your typical bar fare (tacos, fried foods, burgers). I will say that after everything was said and done, my bill only came to $26 and that was with 6 beers and food...a great value. Overall, a rare find in the middle of no where, the food was worth driving to and the particular bartnder sucked, but I did meet the owner and manager and they were cool. When in Clarion PA (that sucks for you), make sure you check it out.“
merc7186 3672 days ago
68 /100 28 NORTH 5TH AVENUE
“Cool little bar that was reopened in March 2008. Used to be called the 5th Ave Bar. This is much better. Decent selection of bottles with a nice long bar and some nights with live music. Prices are good, and I’m told that food is good, but haven’t tried it.“
pjk33 5363 days ago
86 /100
Means Cork & Cap (Homebrew Shop)
246 MAIN ST.
“This is the old Slagles Homebrew shop. Ken Means owns the place now but has kept it pretty much the same except for the hours of operation. Very knowledgeable in the beer and winemaking hobby. He also sells quality cigars, tobacco, and smoking supplies. Ken just won two second place medals in the Haztoberfest BJCP sanctioned homebrew competition. Way to go, Ken!“
Homebrewerguy 6129 days ago
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