Ate lunch at the bar on a Friday. Decent beer. Bartender was nice and friendly. 7 beers on tap including a cask conditioned Porter. Overall a nice experience and a place I will be visiting again.
JB175 (43) Bucks County, Pennsylvania | November 12, 2006| Updated December 2, 2006
After over a year of trying to find/get to this place I finally made it. Its about 2 blocks off the main drag and as usual for New Hope - THE PARKING SUCKS !!!! However, this is a nice looking place with a good bar and a board that shows not only the current draughts, but whats on deck! Only 7 beers available, but this isn’t as bad as it sounds, as new seasonals seem to rotate in frequently. Pleasant service and the servers knew a thing or two about the beer. Food was pretty good - I highly recommend the Bison sandwich. I will definitely be back here in the near future.
I had a great time at Triumph, New Hope, and have to disagree with the previous opinions. I think the beers here are much cleaner and are more solid all around than Princeton. The IPA wasn’t hoppy enough for me, but I am admitedly a hophead. The Dunkel and German Pils were fabulous. I was also impressed with the beer and cheese pairings and the well informed staff.
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.
Been here a few times and everytime I go back I remeber why this is a great brewpub. For it to be a great brewpub they need to have 2 things: Good high quaility beer and Great food. This place has both of them and more. The food is great from appetizers to entrees but this is a beer website so I’ll focus more on the beer. Friendly service and nice atmosphere. They do have a great sampler too: $7 for 7 five ounce beers. Can’t wait till my next trip.
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.
Great Beer. One of the best Jersey brewers. It is worth going for a drink and a meal. The menu is quite small, though. Do not expect amazing things in that department. It’s not worth a long drive, but stop by if you’re in the New Hope area.
The beer selection is limited to the 7 drafts, all of which were pretty solid, but not exceptional. I think they also offer a few large format bottles. The food, however, was excellent. They focus on local ingredients, and they have a very talented chef. Great diversity and variety on the menu, and very beer friendly food. Great, attentive service as well.
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.
New Hope. Hi-tech, industrial environment with very distinct, sanitized lines. Beers are very good and so is the food. I very nice place to stop in after hanging out in Lambertville/New Hope. Check out Cross-Country Nurseries in Rosemont NJ, about 15 min away for a whole incredible selection of chiles and tomato plants. This was the annual excursion