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December 19, 2014 @ 06:21 PM EDT
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"Though not exactly what I expected, this is a quality beer establishment. There was a bar area with several small tables, as well as an adjoining room that seemed to be for people planning on having a full meal. There were around 30 beers on tap, mostly American craft brews, offering a good variety of styles. Most beers cost either $5.00 or 5.50, though a few of the imports were 8.50. My friend and I only ordered bar food during our stay; our appetizer of nachos was nondescript. High quality meat with interesting combinations of toppings made the hot dogs a very enjoyable break between beers, however, and only cost 3 or 4 bucks. Besides serving several tables, our waitress was also working at the bar itself, but was able to attend to us fairly well and answer questions I had about the beers in a pleasant manner. The beer cave was not, alas, an actual cave, but did offer an excellent and very large selection of beers, with an emphasis on American labels once again. There seemed to be close to if not all the different beers from some of the better Pennsylvanian breweries such as Victory and Weyerbacher. Prices were sometimes, but not always listed, and were neither atypically high nor low for the high quality brands carried. This is a great place to go to hang out with friends and drink excellent beers that you may not have heard of. CHOCOLATE STOUT ALERT – I had by far the most chocolate-flavored stout I have ever tasted here. It was South Tier’s Chokolat, and was on a completely different level than Brooklyn’s dark chocolate and Young’s double chocolate stouts. The beer does not even seem to be mentioned on South Tier’s website at the moment, but if you have yet to find a stout with enough chocolate flavor in it, this may well end your quest. "

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