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.
Sat outside along the train tracks which was pretty neat the inside had high ceilings and the industrial look ... beer was average and overpriced although its a buck off on tuesdays and the happy hour specials are ONLY at the bar ... our server was not very friendly and the food was like upscale pub with an organic/natural twist ... reminded me a bit of a iron hill but not as good ... prices were a bit high and the pay parking is self explanatory if you read or ask questions! They had a half dozen brews on tap .... Overall it wasn’t bad, but if your going to have happy hour and specials why just limit it to the bar?
Not as nice as the Princeton location but I’m probably a little partial to that one, very similar decor to the original, fast, friendly & attentive service, beers were about the same quality you would find in Princeton, although I have to say that the Bengal Gold IPA wasn’t as good as I have had before in Princeton, all others were pretty much the same as the other location, food was just as good, excellent pizza, right in the middle of all the shopping in the New Hope, great location, easy to find
I visited with my family over the Columbus Day weekend. This is my second time at this location. Very nice looking place. Sort of modern / industrial look with lots of exposed metal and brick. Nice patio out back overlooks the historic train station. Kind of cool watching the old locomotives go by. Service was very good. Selection was good with seven of their beers on tap. I was a little disappointed they had just run out of their pumpkin ale and weren’t tapping another keg until next weekend, which I thought odd on Saturday night of Columbus Day weekend. The beer board is very informative and lists all of the beers on tap, their ABV, and their batch number. Food was very good with a nice varied menu. Parking was a bit difficult on a busy weekend, but other than that, this place is definitely worth a visit.
Nice big open restaurant with a sort of industrial feel. Service was friendly and attentive. Small selection of house-brewed beer and was able to purchase 2 bottles to go. Food was very good and prices were fine. Enjoyed my trip here.
2 minute drive over the Delaware River from River Horse. Nice atmosphere indoors and outdoors. Enjoyed lunch outdoors and got to see the old trains chugging by. Food was really good and beer was ok. Ordered the flight for $9.50, and sampled 7 5oz beers, but nothing stood out. Overall staff was friendly, atmosphere was great, and food and drinks were good too. I would definitely go back if I were in the area again.
Like their Princeton location, food and beers are both great. Lots of exposed brick with a nice patio outside. May be the nicest tap setup I have seen in a brewpub. service has been very good the couple of times I have been to this location, minus one incident where I ordered a growler of Jewish Rye to go and ended up getting their chico pale ale. Not a very nice suprise when you figure it out after you drive an hour to get home....that said though, they replaced my growler at no cost the next time I was there. I will keep going to both Triumph’s, they are the model business as a brewpub, IMO.
It’s a trendy town, New Hope, and you’re likely to find this brewpub filled with trendy people dining, drinking, and working. Very good beers, although I think not up to par with the Princeton beers, with some exceptions. Food is fine but overpriced, beer is reasonable and they have happy hour. They seem to be less reliant on the ’regular’ beer lineup aside from the honey wheat and they rotate through other styles more frequently. Today’s trip I found Impy Stout, Gothic Ale (like a gruit) on cask, Saison, Bengal IPA, Vienna Lager. Good stuff. I even overheard the bartender explaining the Gothic Ale to a customer, and she was right on the money! I’d visit more regularly if it wasn’t a 1 1/2 hour ride for me.