The Place is essentially a long bar in a narrow corridor that opens into an eating area. Place was crowded on a Friday night with people who couldn’t find seating standing by the wall with beer in hand while waiting for a table. Friendly atmosphere. The brew on tap was great - had a V12 and a Storm King.
Nice selection in their gift shop. Picked up a couple pint glasses and a bottle of V12.
Wish they had something like this - bar/restaurant in the local micro - in Texas.
JB175 (43) Bucks County, Pennsylvania | October 14, 2006
Surprising that there really is a restaurant in there. Victory is tucked away in a little industrial park and parking was scarce even on a Saturday! Nice selection of draughts - all the standard Victory stuff you see everywhere in the area, plus Hop Devil cask and a few more cask-pulled items. Tried Dr. Decibels and their Harvest ale, plus the HopDev cask. The shop had some nice items, plus takeout cases and six packs. Growler fills are reasonably priced. A little busy in there, but our server did a really good job. Food is pretty good as long as you stick to the basics. Their pretzel and the Trice Fries are some really nice beer-companion appetizers. Price is very reasonable. Storm King ice cream made me want to crack open a few Storm King Stouts upon returning home.........
Good food, good beer. An industrial park location. Wide open inside with a cafeteria feel. Lots of great beers in bottles. Some good ones on tap. I’ve always asserted that Victory bottles their very best beers. Visited twice in two days. Hop devil on cask was excellent.
The physical appearance is downright bizarre - felt more like a cafeteria or dining hall. But still, Victory is one of the greatest breweries on earth, and simply for that this place is incredible. The place to go for all your favorite Victory offerings. Food is good too; just close your eyes and picture a better decor.
Warehouse setup was rather tricky to locate. Not an intimate atmosphere, but hey, you’re here for the great Victory beers. Standards available, as well as a few not easily available elsewhere. Tried the Pale Ale comparison (UK vs. US hops) while I was there, was entertaining.
Not a particularly great building... in fact it is quite hard to find for the first time visitor, tucked away in an industrial park. Doesn’t really have that cozy feeling. Aside from that, beer is great, food is great, great selection of taps, and an awesome giftshop. This place rules.
tsarman (23) Northern, New Jersey | January 17, 2006| Updated January 22, 2006
Looks like a cafeteria, but solid food and brews. Great gift shop. Picked me up some nice pint glasses and t-shirts.
Nejhleader (88) Lemoyne, Pennsylvania | December 10, 2005| Updated March 28, 2009
recently went to again, totally redid. Atmosphere is much better had something like 24 of their beers on tap, bar is much better dining room is much better, tour is a bit lame, but a pretty awesome upgrade.
One of the top brewpubs in the country. Hard to find so call for directions, and usually a seat is hard to find at the bar. Food is good, but I always find the bartenders to be a little arrogant, and they do a mediocre job of monitoring your glass when you need a refill. Beers are excellent, and there is always a variety on tap. I go out of my way to go there when I am in area
The best thing about living in Exton is that Victory is only an eight minute drive from the house. My wife doesn’t ask me where I would like to go anymore. Get the cask Hop Devil. It’s fantastic. Also, ask Liz to make you a Dark Devil or a Silverback.