callmemickey (47) Philadelphia, Pennsylvania | September 22, 2014| Updated October 4, 2015
Beer Quality// very good
Beer Philosophy// more than a dozen rotating taps; variety of styles that are frequently true to style; some brewpub exclusives
Serving Sizes// flights of five; half pours; full pours
Growler Situation// 68oz German-style flip-top growlers (will fill theirs or others so long as its the German wide-mouth flip-top style)
Food Situation// family restaurant food
Ambiance// spacious; semi-industrial brewpub feel; lively
Overall// a must visit destination worth a detour; very good beer; a great pretzel; good prices
The staff is very quick to help with suggestions! Haven’ t ever had a bad bite to eat here! Food and beer menu updated everyday! Great place!
MadIndian (47) Levittown, Pennsylvania | August 9, 2014| Updated August 15, 2016
Went to see the tour and have a few beers. The tour was really good, only thing I didn’t like was that they didn’t give any samples on the tour. Place was huge and clean. The beers were fresh, food was ok, service was poor. I left with two cartons of Storm KingStout and Blue Monkey ice cream that was really good.
An awesome place, located in what seems like the backside of a shopping mall. Very large parking lot (obviously again because of the mall), and a huge building. Inside it felt like I was at a large Busch Gardens restaurant/attraction. There is all sorts of old beer memorabilia, cases with old cans and labels, old fashioned tins, posters, etc. There is a very large bar, I couldn’t even say how many were seated there. There are also 2 large round booths covered with copper kettle lids. The service was quick and friendly. We sat at a table and ordered a flight, a couple of pints and food. Everything was awesome. They have a gift shop at the other end of the building, the clerk of which I cannot deliver 1 compliment, but the merch was cool. Tshirts, hoodies, stickers, growlers, etc. Definitely a stop worth seeing and worth revisiting.
Just adding to the noise as well as remembering my roots since I grew up semi-close to the area. The Downingtown pub is always clean and always has great service. I’ve been there with a 20 person party and had very good quick service. The selection is well, its their brews, don’t go in there and ask for BMC stuff and as far as I remember, they don’t have guest taps. The food is pretty good, probably one of the better brewpubs on the market. The value, well, its Southeastern PA and a better part of the nation to get good beer at a fairly decent price.
Overall, if I lived in Southeastern PA, I would be here almost/probably every weekend.
The selection is excellent with many of there beers on tap with three of them also available on cask. The area is spacious with a lot of seating space available. Good and diverse food menu Overall a great experience. Flights of whatever combination you want and growlers to go are available too.
Stopped by for dinner after visiting nearby King of Prussia mall. An hour long wait ended up being only 30 minutes. Busy place but our waiter was friendly and fast. Awesome selection of Victory brews, both regulars, specials and casked. Food was also very good. Growler fills must be crazy common here since I saw them everywhere. I’ll also note how out of the way the brewpub seemed to be to be so busy. Great brewery, great brewpub and just an all around great operation. Worth the trip.
Huh - MASSIVE complex, but a strange corner entrance with minimal parking right in front of the door. Trucks and traffic all over the parking lot. You can tell company has grown faster than initially planned! The space is pretty impressive - a massive tasting room with tons of Victory on tap and a selection of food as well (which I didn’t order, unfortunately). The service was friendly and quick, despite it being a busy Friday afternoon. Down the hall is a nice gift shop with the usual beer nerd apparel and cases and bottles for purchase.