Large dark modern tavern looks. Touristy mall location. Gentle, enthusiast and proud (in a good way) service. No beers were really that impressive, but I’ve seen what they can do at GABF and I imagine the batch of impy just was not their best that day. It’s a nice stop for really bring on the way to Philly for us, but I wouldn’t go any special lenghts any more as this was one of my most anticipated brewpubs in the whole country.
MartinT (521) Montreal, Quebec | October 10, 2005| Updated October 12, 2005
Nice little brewpub/restaurant in a small shopping center in cute and popular New Hope village. Service was very courteous and could answer beer-related questions. Beers were somewhat of a disappointment, even the imperial stout. Everything was well-made though, just nothing spectacular in the lineup we had that day. The brick walls decorated with paintings in the room adjoining the high-ceiling bar area gave the place a unique feel to say the least. I hope the Princeton location is better, because we were disappointed by the beers here, considering their reputation.
A nice brewpub in the small town of New Hope. Set in a small shopping mall with pay-for-parking. A very large place with a large bar and upstairs seating. I had a saison and zwickel/keller/landbier when I visited, both tasty. Food is higher end, slightly higher priced too. Worth a stop for the beer.
This place has a great patio where i get the pleasure of watching moms and dads loading up their kiddies on a scenic railroad built on 90 # rail. I seem to be an expert in this field and would never let my child on an archaic RR. But I digress. The patio is large, the bar in side is large. The food is good and well prepped. Beer selection is all their own. Some is good, some mediocre. Never a unpalatable beer in the mix, which is something that can not be said about all brewpubs. Service is friendly and adequate.
Nate (330) Indiana, Pennsylvania | August 17, 2004
Had lunch here. Decent food selection, and good qulaity. Annoying that you have to pay to park here, but that’s New Hope for you. The beers were fair to pretty good. The porter and imperial stout were the best of the seven-beer sampler I tried. The helles was mediocre at best, as was the honey wheat. Snakebite was interesting, and the IPA and amber ale weren’t bad, either.
Modern, clean, metro-hip newish brewpub in an upscale shopping area/condo development a short ways from downtown. The beers were mostly above average though nothing really stood out. Great service from the bartender who seemed somewhat interested in RB..nice relaxing atmosphere.
Visited here about a month ago. A very modern and flashy looking brewpub. Located in a cool little town. I did not eat, the food looked like decent brewpub but the prices did seem a little steep, especially for lunch on a weekday afternoon. Got a growler to go, the tap selection was decent, covered a good spectrum of styles. I got the Belgian Red.
Stopped here on a recent beer trip. The place itself is very nice with some pool tables, a big bar, an outside eating area that overlooks a historic railroad. The food is locally sourced. The beers are all solid. The brewer was there when I stopped and gave us a tour. Great place that is walking distance from Riverhorse in a very picturesque area along the Delaware River.