Stopped in for a sampler and growler fill the other day and was told that they’ll only fill Triumph growlers for Legal reasons. What a joke. If a place is down to trying to make mney on growler sales you can guess how long they’ll be in business. On other trips here the beer is ok, decent IPA, other than that it’s about what you expect from a chain. Food prices are insane.
Stopped in for a beer. Wond up getting the sampler. Decent brews. I particulary liked the IPA and Belgium Ale. We didn’t eat here lbut ooked at the menu. They had some unique dishes that were somewhat highly priced. Stop in for a beer if your girlfriend or wife drags you to New Hope. But whatever you do don’t suggest visting you will regret it.
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.
Nice place in a good location. Patio outside is cool but watch out for spiders. A nice big open space, and big bar. Good selection, but some of the beers could be better. I love the growlers that they sell. Food is Awesome.
I can’t belive I haven’t put a rating in for the New Hope location yet. Beers are always solid. A few house brews and in addition to 3 or 4 seasonals always on. Food is well done. I really enjoy the burger and they have this chocolate chip cookie dessert that is amazing. The New Hope Railroad is right across the way. So if you have kids who like trains...or if you like trains make a day of it and get tickets for a train ride.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Upscale american brewpub ambiance. Nothing unusual or exciting there, fits in with its upscale mall location well and yet has that casual man ambiance. Excellent, excellent food, very well matched to beer but rivalling and sometimes exceeding the beer in quality. Perhaps the bar is a bit lower because it’s a brewpub, but probably the best meal I’ve had in a brewpub or bar in a long time. The beer was generally all good with one or two standouts that I would return to but nothing I’ll stay up nights thinking about. The featuring of a smoked beer really got me here and it was a pretty good one. The Amber ale took a clear second place on my visit. Good, fast service, efficient. Mind their own biz which is basically all I wanted. By the way the grilled peaches for dessert are fantastic. Also our entrees were the citrus pork and chichken melba, both excellent. I had a good time and will definitely go back when there are new interesting beers, it’s even a place you can take your girlfriend without much problem since the food is good and you can walk around new hope and lambertville after.