Went and visited back in February. Really cool looking place. Lots of merchandise and artwork hanging on the walls. Warehouse-looking, though kind of funky and hip. Decent amount of drafts, including a couple of brewery exclusives. There were a few bartenders, but they all seemed very friendly and helpful. The wall of tshirts behind the register near the bar was really a wonder too.
Nice bar area surrounded by several tables. Good selection of beers. Didn’t eat. Bartender was great. Brewer came by to chat for a few minutes. Nice selection of standard beer with several seasonals on hand. Good value as well. Nice place. must see
Visited on a Saturday and had a great tour, complete with a few tasters, then a number of glasses of both regular and special beers. Prices quite reasonable. Food is basically non-existent, but there was a BBQ truck parked outside where people would go. Place was packed, but last order about 7pm meant it emptied fast. Lots of Yards paraphernalia for sale too.
Enjoyed the free brewery tour. Have an ok selection of beers, most of them were ones you could get from the bottle shop/brewery. Didnt try any food but they have a nice little bar menu. People were very nice and very enthusiastic about their work.
jmm635 (89) Havertown, Pennsylvania | February 11, 2012
Stopped by for the free brewery tour and a few drinks this Saturday. One of the better tours I’ve been one. Our tour guide, Mike, was very informative and enthusiastic. The bar area is large with plenty of room to drink and mingle. Fun place to spend the afternoon.
Large open space with a long bar in the back. Windows open to the brewhouse. A pretty eclectic group of employees and patrons alike. Has their normal stuff on tap plus a few variations of their brews and special batches you generally can’t find elsewhere. It closes early so it’s a good place to start the night before moving along to other Northern Liberties spots. I’ve yet to take the tour so can’t comment on that but generally a good place to visit.
For the second time in 4 days we went to a brewery and the place was rented for a private event. Since the private event was only in an hour, we were allowed a drink. Glad they had flights, I ordered one, only to find out they tried to get us out asap, which resulted in the waiter coming by our table every 5 minutes saying: "we will be closing up for the private event". In the end we were brushed out the door, even though there were only 2 persons for the private event, so it wasn’t exactly as if we were taking up valuable space. Anyway, the beers: selection was ok, the ones we had were mediocre to good. No idea about food. Service, as described above, could have been better. I don’t know if the place offers extra assets compared to other bars, other than that you can see the lager tanks.
Went here on a Saturday, took the free brewery tour, had some free samples and drank at the bar a bit. It’s a nice place to hang out and have a few. Really like yards, it’s an awesome Philly staple. A must see right along with the rocky statue and the liberty bell.
Nice location near sugar house casino parking was easy on a Saturday ... tour lasted around 40 minutes and included a few samples of fresh yards .... guide was informative and took us from grains to packaging around the brewery .... nice clean brewery with a nice sized bar area ... a simple menu of some grubb like bison chili, sausage and soup most of the food is from local farms and is tasty ... definitely have to try the chili and of course fresh pints of yards on tap .... growler fills, cases, merchandise, keg fills all available ... they have a shuffleboard and 100 year old pool table to keep you occupied .... i bought a case and they mixed it with whatever I wanted for $32 bucks (including ales of the revolution) .... Nice place to visit... ***IMPORTANT NOTE this location on Delaware ave opened in 2008 ******