We came here on 17.11.2018. This brewpub opened in 1996 and is one of the pioneers of the PA craft beer scene. The backside of the house is full of beautiful paintings. When entering you immediately see an old copper brewhouse to your right. We were sitting on the long bar in front of a double row of beer tanks and a mirrow behind. They have 16 beers and one Cider on tap. We liked all of the beers we tasted. My favorites were the Edgar IPA and the Le Roar Kriek. Seems they recently opened a Sour beer production facility close by. The day we visited they released a few sour beers in bottles. Very friendly service, always willing to give us samples even from the bottled sour ones. The whole atmosphere is very cozy and friendly. Williamsport is very much out of the way, but Bullfrog is worth the trip.
Thanks to my cousin for driving us over to Williamsport, a medium sized city PA city that you probably wouldn't visit unless you were going to watch the little league world series. Bullfrog is located in an older building across the street from city hall. There are high ceilings, high tables, and brew tanks. Overall the vibe is traditional and old school, but the beers are sometimes unconventional. They have a good range of their brews available, and on the day I was there they had several superb fruit beers and ciders on tap in addition to more standard IPAs and the like. Service was friendly and the prices were good. I didn't eat a full meal, but the soup I tried was as good as their beer. I wish their beers were more widely available, but until that day comes I am looking forward to my next visit.
Voodoo (36) Pennsylvania | November 10, 2016| Updated December 24, 2017
Visited the first of two Brewpubs in Williamsport and only ordered a flight.
It is a great location and a great looking brewpub with tin ceilings and brite tanks galore. A list of 10 brews was wittled down to 7.
The beer had very little variation. It appears possibly the same yeast is used in several and left for a similar taste of differing styles. It was a bit lacking. I will say the beer was fair, and OK, but not astounding. It did not have that one amazing brew that just blew me away.
I did not try the food, but it appeared to be pub fare, which is fine so long as I’m excited about the beer. I was disappointed, perhaps I’ll give it a try next time I’m in W-port.....but tomorrow going to the other brewpub a bit further west.
REVISITED after a long trip. They love their IPAs and had several on the eve of Christmas Eve, but also ciders, wild beasties and a sour or so.....perhaps the time of the season but a far more enjoyable tap list.
Pressed tin ceilings, or at least they look like it from distance. Really homey, lived-in, in a great way, a little crude but bright and a very happy vibe, easy convo with strangers, very family friendly (four families with kids in when I was there for lunch). Lots of bluegrass and folk-country music that day, food hit the spot. Flight was self-chosen seven of nine on tap at the time. Not too sure I’ll be going back to Williamsport, but I’m happy to have the kriek whenever I find it and am impressed by the Brett expression they get out of multiple beers (and ciders). Easier parking in the Kohl’s / Wegman’s lot.
I arrived at 11:55. A staff member locked the door behind a girl that walked in about 15 seconds in front of me. I inquired "your site says you’re open until 2" "not tonight" he said.
"I drove here straight from New hampshire. Can I have one beer?"
"sorry, we had last call already"
I stood outside for 10 minutes looking into the place, the brewery, the taps and smiling people enjoying their last pints. It looks really nice and their prices look good but I’ll never go back. There’s literally nothing else to do in this hick town.
Pretty cool setup with about four tanks directly behind the bar. Older looking place, but has a cool old school feel to it. Few tables with limited seating. Bartenders were very friendly! Beer was above average. They have cool wooden food trays that attach to the top of the bar for you to eat from. Nearby are the Little League World Series fields.
First visited in Aug-2012 but we’ve gone back every year since (4 times) and am always happy to stop here on our way to camping. Setup is a long bar with all the tanks behind it, lots of hi-top wooden tables and often lots of locals at the bar. Food choices have ranged (sandwiches and wraps and the like, pulled pork Rico style? fajizzas?!), but it’s usually quite good. Beer selection is solid, a fair lot of their own on tap and we always manage to find a couple new ones when we go. Definitely worth the stop if you’re nearby or travelling through on the highways. (4/9/12/9/8/14) 78
Maybe it was the night I was there. I had heard so much about the place, both good and bad, like a lot of places, but was really looking forward to the visit. I had great hopes, but, I was disappointed. I though the beer was OK but not great. The service was OK but not great. the food, OK, but not great. I’m glad I went, and if I’m ever back in town, may go back, but without great expectations.