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Posted By dafattkidd,
Jan 13, 2014 at 12:20 AM
For just sandwiches and beer i like bottleworks over in sunbury.
I go to Bellefonte once a month. I might stop there to check it out.
It is a very nice place but if you are going on a fri or sat evening you need to call a day ahead for reservations.
Not later than a Thursday. That is when I will be on my way back home. Or I can go on a Sunday on my way to B'fonte.
Depends how many your taking.Our kids dont want to go with us much(12 and 14) so its a bit cheaper now that its just us empty nesters.
Check it out,you wont be disappointed. I plan to go back ASAP.
Yeah our kids are 9 and 6 so they come with us. The 9 yr old eats full sized meals now to.
Usually not to croweded then.
Yeah, but his booze bill is probably only half of yours.
Iv been there a few times as well. About 20 minutes away. They just opened another one(Bottleworks) about 5 minutes from me in east Coal Township. They have a good selection at the sunbury location, but the new one is totally different. They dont seem to know what to stock.
I knew they were opening a new one out that way. Its dissapointing they dont know what they have. That is what is nice about sunbury they really know their beer.
We were just in coal twp monday doing a liner.
A nice light Belgian tonight. This has a hint of corriander( and I hate corriander!), they got the balance just right.
Tonight, Dark and Stormy. We don’t only drink beer!
I always go for Miller Lite.
Almost ready ,our newest Brew pub with a 30 tap start. Located along Rt 125 in Shamokin.
What street ,I live in CT.
Meh, my local hang has 72 taps, almost entirely craft brews.
A partial menu:
A few weeks earlier:
30 is a good start for a small town. Were talking 10000 people with all the surrounding towns about the same size or smaller. Out of those 30 i may find 1 or 2 that i really like. From your list a good deal more. Did you try that Barrel aged Irish cherry stout?
What place is that just out of curiosity. I still get back to the philly area a few times a year.
Nope. That list changes daily, and that might have been on just for a few days. I had a Midas Touch on that visit, which would’ve been gone by my next visit, if I hadn’t.
I dont rememder ill have to check
How is that Midas Touch,i dont think iv ever had that one.
I really enjoy it. I like most of the brews I've tried in that ancient ales series they do, Theobroma was probably my favorite.
after i click on the menu i don't know how to make it bigger so i can read it.
we have a 72 or 75 tap restaurant here but mostly IPA that's where i took a lesson on Kentucky cask bourbon ale. 6 with my meal and had to get home