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

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78 /100 28 S MARKET STREET
“Came here on July 6th 2018 on a Friday evening. This is the only branch of the brewery located in Allentown PA. It is located on the Main Street in E-Town. You can park on the backside next to the library. Decoration and bar alignment could be improved. 2 bars available. Service was extremely friendly and attentive. They have a few tables outside at the street. Great they had a Funk music band playing live, unfortunately it was extremely loud, so we escaped to the outside area. The highlight are the beers. 11 on tap available. The Silent Disco IPA is their flagship beer and it is fantastic. Also the Citrus IPA was excellent. Strange beer menue: Mainly IPA‘s and 2 German beers: a Schwarzbier and a Weißbier. Although the bar is not the greatest, we will come back for the delicious beers and the nice service.“
Schlenkerla 2151 days ago
64 /100 79 SOUTH WILSON AVENUE
“on a nice microcosm of a block in E-Town that feels like small town americana. the attractive train station is across the street and tidy homes with american flags dot the block. the brewery looks ok from the outside. i was disappointed that there was no outdoor seating, as it would be the perfect spot to sit outside. looks like parking is a premium and they had to use space for parking instead (see picture). staff was very friendly and happy to provide samples. i wanted to like the beer more than i actually did. Lancaster county has had an explosion of new micro-breweries opening (and some closing soon after), many times i think by successful homebrewers who want to take their dream to the world. i have no idea if this brewery fits that mold, but the beer i sampled tasted like home brew. the pale ale (my favorite) was meh, and the IPA, while somewhat harsh, had no discernible uniqueness that would make me return. I’m rooting for this place - i had the same reaction initially to st boniface in Ephrata, and they were able to improve their quality over the period of a year to be one of the better breweries in southeast PA.. Hopefully Moo Duck will do the same. If you live between Harrisburg and Philly, and feel like a short train ride on a nice afternoon, Moo-Duck is worth checking out.“
johnbuck100 3194 days ago
64 /100
T.J. Rockwell’s (Restaurant)
800 MT GRETNA RD
“Late afternoon lunch brought me here. Got to sit out on the deck. Beautiful and clean. Quiet little place with a playground for the kids. I had two Two Hearted’s with a Macon Bacon burger. Really liked the food and as always love that beer. Service seemed slow, especially for lack of customers. Probably still would go back.“
Bulk_Carrier 3294 days ago
70 /100 79 SOUTH WILSON AVENUE
“a cool little place hidden in Etown. A neat bar with some seating, offered some food, which was all locally derived. had 6 brews in tap i think. Friendly staff,“
Nejhleader 3440 days ago
78 /100
T.J. Rockwell’s (Restaurant)
800 MT GRETNA RD
“Good atmosphere, fun place. A variety of micro beers to select from. Food was good and service was above average. I would go back when I am in the area.“
Claymeister 4097 days ago
74 /100
T.J. Rockwell’s (Restaurant)
800 MT GRETNA RD
“Great deck area, food was a step up from most pub grub. The beer selection was very good. Will go back.“
Parrothead 5411 days ago
66 /100
T.J. Rockwell’s (Restaurant)
800 MT GRETNA RD
“This is a pretty solid place to check out. TJ Rockwell’s was one of my top spots when I lived in E-Town. They have a ton of bottles available compared to other restaurants in the area. A huge outdoor area for the summer. The food is mostly sports bar type stuff, but it is good...try the Rhino Fries they are awesome. If it weren’t for the crowds that this place has during peak hours it would be a lot better...the service can be lacking due to the crowds. The college kids have scoped this place out and converge on it for the weekends...expect to wait for a table and there is not much of a waiting area.“
machfive55 5669 days ago
70 /100
T.J. Rockwell’s (Restaurant)
800 MT GRETNA RD
“not a bad place, the food is fairly good, if i remember correctly on certain days they have free wings. has an okay selection of bottles beer, nothing to special, they do offer their very own rhino ale, which i forget who brews it, but its worth a tasting.“
Nejhleader 5839 days ago
70 /100
T.J. Rockwell’s (Restaurant)
800 MT GRETNA RD
“This is a favorite destination of the locals in the area. And it shows with the GIGANTIC crowd is draws. This place is always packed. The decor is well done, and the patio is phenomenal. The service is ho-hum. Their tap selection is mediocre at best. They only have one tap dedicated to a seasonal. The bottle selection, on the other hand, is respectable. About half of it is macros, but they do have some nice bottled beers: a couple of Victory’s, Paulaner, Troegs, Lindemans, Brooklyn, etc. I just wish they’d switch it up from time to time. They have a large menu, and the food has always been very good. You can’t go to Rockwell’s and not get the rhino fries.“
FooFaa 5841 days ago
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