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BEER AVG
3.74/5
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57 Beers
2,896 Ratings
Place Score: 91
Ratings: 60
Reviews: 45
rAvg: 4.09
pDev: n/a
Taps: 30
Bottles: --
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

331 Circle of Progress Dr
Pottstown, Pennsylvania, 19464-3811
United States
phone: (484) 524-8210

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Tasting room phone # - (484) 300-4644
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Reviews by ffejherb:
Photo of ffejherb
4.45/5  rDev +8.8%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

My wife and I had some time to kill before one of my band’s gigs in Royersford, so we decided to spend some quality time at the Sly Fox brewpub. I had been anxious to visit since I first tried their Rt. 113 IPA on tap at The Marysville Tavern a few weeks before, so this seemed like the perfect opportunity, since we would be in the area.

We arrived at a great time (about 3:30, between lunch and dinner), so it wasn’t very crowded. There were perhaps three other people at the spacious bar that seated perhaps twenty-five, and only one or two tables were occupied. We decided to sit at the bar near the bottle coolers. Overall, this Sly Fox location boasts a nice, comfortable pub seating area with painted red walls, rich woodwork, and a working fireplace. All in all, a very comfy setting.

My wife and I both opted for the sampler, which included five 5-oz. glasses of anything on tap for six bucks. I chose the following: Phoenix Pale Ale, Pikeland Pils, Route 113 IPA, Dunkel Lager, and Pughtown Porter. All of the ABVs were in the 5% range, with the exception of the IPA, which was 7%, according to the beer menu.

The Phoenix was an amber-colored, medium bodied pale ale with soft carbonation and a mild hop aroma and flavor. The Pikeland Pils was light yellow in appearance and had a crisp, hoppy bite with a medium finish. The IPA was orange/rust colored with a creamy head and bold hop flavor. Lots of fine lacing around the glass as I drank it. The Dunkel Lager and Porter were also very good. The Porter had a smooth texture and a smoky finish. I was thoroughly pleased with all of my selections. My wife got almost all different selections (save the Porter), including O’Reily’s Stout, Royal Weisse, Saison Vos and Rauchbier. She liked everything, which is pretty rare.

We only got a snack (the soft Pub Pretzels) since we were going to be having dinner at the gig. But they were very tasty and were served with honey mustard and cheese dipping sauces.

I ended our visit with a 20-oz. Black & Tan, comprised of their Stout and Pale Ale. It displayed a very small tan head and was a well-balanced blend of both aforementioned beers.

Overall, the service was great and the customers were pleasant. We had a nice twenty-minute conversation with another customer about various brewpubs, breweries, etc. For the road, we got a 22-oz. bomber of the IPA and also two bottle-conditioned selections: the Christmas Ale and the Raspberry Reserve. This was a very nice experience and I hope to be back to Sly Fox soon!

More User Reviews:
Photo of thgreatrandini
3.33/5  rDev -18.6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.25

Not amazing, not a bad experience.

Photo of maseww22
4.09/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4.25

Great brewpub with limited food selection. Always has great events.

Photo of tommyguz
3.73/5  rDev -8.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5

Sly Fox has two locations. The old brewery / restaurant in Phoenixville and the new production brewery and brew pub in Pottstown. Well TG got a living social deal where you get 2 shirts and 2 brewery tours at the Pottstown brewery. Unfortunately they don’t do tours on Fridays but we did get out T-shirts. The new place is real nice. We were going to eat lunch there but the food menu is limited (just pizza’s and some finger pub foods). When I say limited I don’t mean that as a bad thing. The pizza’s they had looked awesome and some of the other stuff looked good, we just wanted a full lunch menu and decided to eat at the restaurant in Phoenixville. The bar was long and there were about 9 wooden tables with benches inside as well as an outdoor patio area to hang out as well. Great looking place but the only problem is its in the back of an industrial park and unless you have the address and know what your looking for your probably not going to randomly stop by this place and just happen to come across it.

Photo of Bierman9
4.13/5  rDev +1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I took a break from the Reading WWII Weekend on Friday, 03JUN11 for lunch at the Royersford Sly Fox.

This pub is easily found once getting off the highway in Royersford, and is located at the right-hand end of a nondescript building in a small strip-mall. Upon entering, there's a hostess station to the left, beyond which is a dining room. Straight ahead is a small dining area/lounge, with the bar at the rear of the room, running right to left with a short "ell" back to the rear. The decor is an odd mix of garish, red walls with lots of old, polished dark-wood furniture, as found in many a London pub. Further back, beyond the left of the bar, is a display case with glassware and clothing, another dining room, and a game room with pool tables, pin-ball, etc. Decent rock music filled the air.

I parked at the bar and perused the bier menu, which had 12 different options to choose from. They had a varied assortment, from 2 different maibocks to an IPA, a rauchbier to a tripel, and so on. I tried the 2 maibocks, the rauch and the tripel. All were solid and tasty. For my meal I went with a Buffalo Chicken Sammich, which was quite satisfying and filling. My bartender did a solid, albeit unspectacular, job. Had hoped to snag a bier to go, but they were out of my intended choice, their DIPA. Still, it was well worth the side-trip from Reading, and I'd surely swing by again if possible. Prosit!!

4.13 rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4 | $$

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Photo of JunkYardJake
3.6/5  rDev -12%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

My first impression of this place is not a great one. The building's exterior is nondescipt and unappealing and the decor inside is rather dated. The vibe feels more like a mid-'90's chain restaraunt than a brewpub. Where is all the brewing equipment? Somewhere in the back of the building I suppose. The beer, however, was a bright spot. Not a huge selection but quite a few belgians and germans on-tap. The food is standard pub fare and the prices are reasonable. Overall, this is a great place to stop in for a pint if your in the area but isn't really a destination spot.

Photo of haazer
3.88/5  rDev -5.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Went here this past saturday with the lady and a group of friends. We took the brew tour and got lunch. It was pretty cool that they let you bring a beer with you on the tour as other places I've been to don't.

The atmosphere is a little old and plain for that of a resturant but they do have a great game room that I had to bump the score up for. The walls are a bland maroon color, not many pictures, the tables look like they have some years of wear and tear on them. The game room though was sweet. We played shuffelboard, air hockey, some offroad racing game, and of course BIG GAME HUNTER!! The service I had was interesting, I think every time I went up to the bar there was a different bar tender. The waitress was ok, she didn't seem to know much on the selection and I've never had Slyfox prior to this, but we had a large group and she did well.

The selection is obvious because you're in their brewery/resturant for cryin out loud, but their beer is good! I tried the Royal Weise, the Saison, and the Rt. 113 IPA. I also bought a 750 bottle of the Ichor and Incubus home to try. They do have a liquor license so you can get mixed drinks or shots if that pleases you.

The food was pretty good actually, nothing outstanding but everyone was pleased. I got a Reuben that was delicious, and my girl got a ham pretzel melt that I helped her finish that was damn tasty also. All in all food and beer was priced very reasonable, nothing out of the ordinary.

Photo of pburland23
3.98/5  rDev -2.7%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

Stopped in with a part of four for dinner and beers on a Saturday night around 8:00 pm. Was told there was a 20-25 minute wait which was fine. However, we were seated within 10 minutes which was great.

THe atmosphere is a little weird. It looks more like a casual family restaurant in the dining area than a brewpub. The layout and color scheme are a little dated and tired. However, I enjoyed all the kitschy fox related bric-a-brac scattered through the dining area. Also, we were seated directly in front of the working fireplace which was nice since we had just come from the freezing and windy nearby outlet mall.

I thought our waitress was great. My wife and I are quite familiar with Sly Fox beer but she walked our out of town guests through the beer list and gauging what they like in beer. In the end, they were both happy with the choices they had made.

I think the beer selection is great. There were 12-15 beers on tap representing a wide variety of styles. I opted for two of my favorites: Pikeland Pils then a Route 113 IPA. Additionally, you can also get some of Sly Fox's large format bottled beer in the restaurant.

The food is not the star attraction at Sly Fox. I had crab cakes and they were just alright. The crab cakes themselves were pretty good, but they were small and my mashed potatoes were definitely plated with an ice cream scoop. All in all, the food wasn't bad. It just wasn't memorable either. I think I'll stick to burgers on future visits.

The bill was reasonable and I thought the value for drinks particularly was pretty good. My favorite aspect of the meal was that you could place a to go beer order with your waitress. I ended up taking home a bottle of Odyssey and a growler of Pughtown Porter. The growler was a good deal too. $4 for the growler itself an $8.49 for the beer.

All in all, come for the beer. It's worth a stop in your in the area.

Photo of prg1976
2.8/5  rDev -31.5%
vibe: 3 | quality: 3 | service: 1.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

Obviously, you're most likely going here for the beer, but the service is atrocious. The place was near empty, on a tuesday evening, and it took 20 min to get a beer. On top of that, the apps and main course were served within about 4 min of each other. I don't get it.

Anyway, the beers are slightly under-whelming. The 113 IPA is my favorite. Some of the limited stuff is nice to try, but I live so close to this brewpub, I'd really like to see them brew something that blows me away and keeps me coming back.

Photo of jmdrpi
3.8/5  rDev -7.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | food: 3

Been there a few times to eat, many times to drink.

Standard brewpub and restaurant, with a cool game room in the back with pool tables, shuffleboard, air hockey, etc.

The quality of the beer is always great, I've never had a bad beer. My favorite being their quad Ichor, which is fantastic. Their standard beers are canned and available for take-out, which comes in handy when attending a BYOB sporting event that doesn't allow glass bottles.

My only slight complaint about the selection is just personal, in that my favorite styles are porter, brown ale, and stout. Of which the only one they've ever had is their dry stout, which ironically is the sub-style of stout that is my least favorite.
But for fans of IPA, Pale Ale, and various German styles, they should be up your alley.

The food in my opinion was just average and maybe, a little over priced for the quality. No problem with the cost of beer.

Photo of regspeir
3.83/5  rDev -6.4%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

The brewery is one of two locations for Sly Fox, but the one (other being in Phoenixville) that does the bulk of the work now - brewing, canning, bottling, etc. A tour was available with little notice and the tour guide was knowledgeable and interesting. The restaurant was quite large with a number of different rooms with different purposes. When we were there there was even a christening and a little girl's birthday party. I was trying to imagine what the invitations would look like. "Come to Jill's 5th birthday party at the brewery?" The bar area was quite comfortable and the servers and bartenders were polite and attentive. I did not find them terribly well acquainted with the beers, however. Our bartender suggested Incubus was a quad (it's a triple). The food was decent with good portions and reasonably priced to inexpensive. The menu had surprisingly wide variety of offerings, beyond just the typical pub fare. Based on my visit, I would recommend this place to you and will go back to test it again soon.

Photo of Wilson27
4.4/5  rDev +7.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Very nice clean establishment.
Great beer selection with plenty to choose from on tap and even a nice selection of 750ml bottles. Live music every time I've been there. Great game room with pool tables, darts, air hockey etc. Service has been great every time I visit Sly Fox.

Nice sized bar if you want to sit at the bar, there are plenty of tables and booths in the bar area as well. Dining room is plenty big and isolated from the bar if you just want to kick back for dinner and relax.

Their stout is one of the best I've had.
Their Phoenix Pale Ale is also one of my favorites from Sly Fox.

Photo of kadelsjx
4.05/5  rDev -1%
vibe: 2 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Visited this place with some friends on a Saturday afternoon in May of 2010. I used to live in PA so I'm familiar with Slyfox. They brew a lot of good beers (canned which I prefer).

Ordered food and beer samplers. Beer selection and quality was exceptional as expected. Service was average...bartender offered very little background/recommendations on brews. Food was surprisingly good though and reasonably priced. Took a walk-through tour of the brewery which was awesome. Manager/tour guide was helpful and friendly and answered a lot of my homebrewing questions.

Atmosphere was the only thing lacking from this visit. Not a place that I would go to on a regular basis because of that. Felt like the place needed a make-over...something was missing.

Photo of TheFightfan1
4.38/5  rDev +7.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Well it was my b-day yesterday so my wife and I decided to make a trip. We have already tried the other Slyfox so why not this one.

Looks to be an old supermarket which was taken over by Slyfox the Limerick nuclear power plant looming large in the background. A nice little patio area but it is way to could for that. We were very impressed with the size of the place.As you walk through the doors A nice dining area to your immediate left and goes through to the back. The bar is straight ahead with a couple of private booth areas around the back part of the bar.

Service was very good. Looks like a few locals in there after work on a Friday for a few.Since we sat to have an early dinner we really didn't chat to the bartender to give us insight on slyfox news.

As there other place there selection is great. I had sampler of the oatmeal stout , ESB , Oddyessey , and three others that I have forgotten.

Food is fantastic some of the best pretzels I have ever had with that great slyfox mustard. Proportions of food are very impressive. I had a big plate of blackend chicken penne for 8.95 the lighter portion and it was very filling.

A fun place to visit but is a little out of the way for us. A great gift on my b-day though.

Photo of Katahdin
4.1/5  rDev +0.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 5

A really fun place to visit. Not your typical brewpub in that the beer is brewed at their original location about 5 miles away. The atmosphere is quite charming. Old English style pub theme with dark wood everywhere. Large bar with comfortable seating although at peak times the place can be kind of like a zoo and near impossible to find seating or quality service. If you want a leisurely lunch with some good food, or an after dinner snack and some nice entertainment this is a perfect place to visit.

Photo of hopdog
4/5  rDev -2.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Hey, its a Sly Fox. This one is larger than the one in Phoenixville and slightly closer to my house. Sly Fox beers are usually solid and rotate regularly. Another good place for the kids - they like the food and to bribe them, I'll tell them I'll buy them something from the store next to it (it's a dollar store so they can go crazy there!). Food is decent and I haven't had a bad experience and I come here on a fairly regular basis. I even attended an event that rented out the back room and the service for that was great.

Photo of ckaufman
3.85/5  rDev -5.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I visited the Sly Fox brewery/brewpub this past weekend with a couple of friends from the Harrisburg area. We had a good time, but I have a few mixed feelings about the overall experience.

I think the atmosphere inside is really inviting and comfortable. Low lighting, lots of dark wood, half walls throughout the bar area to break things up a bit. We stayed in the bar area, but I did notice a nice sized dining area, a room that was sectioned off... perhaps for private parties... and also a nice little game room to keep the kiddies involved while the adults can enjoy the beer. The quality of the 5 beers I tried were above average, but nothing really blew my mind. I liked the O'Reilly Stout, and the Pub Ale on nitogen stood out as quality brews. A few of the other beers I tried were a little off from the style they claimed to be, but no big deal... it is what it is. The service was good and they had a nice selection of beers to choose from... maybe 15 on tap or so. The food was also good. I had a Cuban sandwich with onion rings. I think my buddy had a burger, which he said was good as well. The prices are also reasonable and I liked the fact there were 2-4 different size choices for each of the beers they served.

I would return if I was in the area again, but I would not make the drive out from western PA a second time. Overall, I had a good experience here... partly because of the friends I was with, and the other half from the establishment itself.

Photo of TonyT
4/5  rDev -2.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

We specifically came to Royersford to check this place out. It was worth the trip.

There are tables to sit outside and eat/drink, which is nice. I was impressed with the way the inside looked. Some brew pubs have the luxury of being located in a unique building, which lends itself to the atmosphere. Sly Fox made being located in a strip mall work really well. Decor and the bar were laid out well.

Ordered a 5 beer sampler:
Saison Vo, Rt113IPA, Pikeland Pils, October Fest Lager, Pheonix Pale Ale.
Tried a sample of the Rauchbier...very interesting and a draft of the Belgian dubbel.
Had the burger and it was tasty. Everyone that I was with stated that they really like their food.

I really liked the fact that you could order 10oz drafts...I wish more bars would do that.
...Took home a couple 750ml bottles.

The service was friendly and seemed staffed well.

If I'm in the area again, I'll stop in.

Photo of Kegatron
4/5  rDev -2.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4

After visiting the Phoenixville location several times over the last few years, we finally stopped in for a visit at its sister location in Royersford. We weren't quite sure what to think of the place as we pulled up, as its outside façade is a bit bland and melds perfectly into that of the neighboring Dollar Bargains store. Big ups on the outside patio area though, as I could tell that this was going to be a larger place than the Phoenixville one. The interior is pretty darn spacious with at least 2 different dining areas, the bar, and then a game room to boot. The atmosphere is very inviting and laid back, especially up at the bar, which is where we sat. The place just had an electric vibe the night that we were visiting as game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals between the Flyers and Penguins was about to begin and everyone was having a good time.

The tap list was solid with staples like the O'Reilly's Stout and Phoenix Pale Ale as well as more seasonal fare like the Jasper Maibock and Instigator Doppelbock from the previous weekend's goat races. Just like the other location, they offer a good number of their own bottles and cans to go. I grabbed a sixer of the Royal Weisse before we left. We didn't get any food but did scope out the menu, consisting of a nice variety of pub grub and more upscale meals. The guy next to me at the bar got a Philly cheese steak and it looked pretty darn good. We'll definitely have to check out some eats next time. Service was great. Our bartender was very friendly and did a great job keeping up with everyone around us. We're really glad that we finally checked out this location, because to be honest, I think that we liked it more than the Phoenixville one. With more room, a friendly vibe, and all of the same solid Sly Fox beers on tap, we'll definitely be coming back.

Photo of vikingloki
3.98/5  rDev -2.7%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

We had an appitizer, two meals, and two 5 beer samplers. Don't know how much it was, it wa smy birthday. :) The food was EXCELLENT. The beer was...eh...average. I expected more, I had a bottle of their Dopplebock and had loved it. Best beer was thier IPA. Surprised at how light the Porter was, and most of them had a thin-nish mouthfeel. The waitress was good, friendly, answered all questions.said brewed on premises but we didn't see it.
I liked it, but won't go out of my way to go back. Solid B.

Photo of GeoffFromSJ
4.33/5  rDev +5.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I've been a fan of Sly Fox for years, but I finally got myself to the newer Royersford location today. I'm glad I did.

The atmosphere is a lot better here than in Phoenixville. Very good use of the space. The tables look like they can comfortably fit a lot in a small space. We sat in the bar. Lots of props for the game room. I know the games aren't gratis, but they definitely help with the atmosphere. Being in a separate room gives you the best of both worlds.

Selection was decent. But knowing how many beers go in and out and are for sale there, I had to give that a high mark.

No problems with the server, who was our bartender.

I had the prime rib special sandwich and the Italian Weeding Soup. Let me say that the cole slaw was pretty darn good here.

Pubcrawling notes: please consider the improved Rock Bottom on your way back or from the mall.

Photo of ClockworkOrange
4/5  rDev -2.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I seem to frequent the Sly Fox Royersford location more often than Phoenixville, since it is closer to my house and much easier to get to from where I live. The bar area is really warm and inviting with plenty of rich wood that gives the feeling of being in an old pub. For me, the beer is always super fresh and usually very spot-on, style-wise. Service is attentive and prompt without being annoying. You will usually find at least 10 different beers on tap as well as about a half-dozen or so in the bottle (22oz and 750ml). They sell single bottles to go as well as six packs of whatever they have available in cans. You can also get beer to go by the case. I've only ever gotten appetizers here because my main focus is on their beer. But everything I've eaten here was well prepared and reasonably priced. Certainly worth a stop if you are in the area.

Photo of bosco7
3.63/5  rDev -11.2%
vibe: 3 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 2.5

Decided to leave the city to check out the brewpub. I have been a fan of Pikeland Pils since moving to the East Coast.

We walked in the door and we immediately notice the amount of children present. Screaming, yelling, and crying. Kind of weird I thought for a Saturday evening at a pub. The atmosphere is more like a family restaurant rather than a brewpub.

Service was alright. The waitress was nice enough but her beer knowledge was seriously lacking. I asked about a beer's style and she described a Belgian Strong Pale as mild in flavor that is easy drinking.

Food was not good. I had the Fish and Chips and it had the texture of a chunk of rubber. The chips were a bit soggy. This is the third brewpub I have visited in the area and the food continues to be an issue.

The beer selection was good as was the quality. I had the Saison and a varietal IPA (Horizon hops) and both were very nice. The lady had Blackberry Reserve and it tasted like liquid preserves. Very nice.

Prices are reasonable. I probably won't make it back out there unless I am already in the area. When I go to a brewpub I expect the food to be as good as the beer.

Photo of DrJay
4.4/5  rDev +7.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I can't believe I haven't reviewed this place yet. I live only a few minutes away and I've been coming here regularly for a year and a half. This location feels more open than the Phoenixville brewpub, with newer decor that feels more like a restaurant than a pub.

The beer selection on tap is usually quite good, a combination of a few standards and some seasonal or occasional offerings. O'Reilly's Stout, Pikeland Pils, Phoenix Pale Ale and Rt 113 IPA are usually available. They also sell their canned and bottled beers to go from the bar or you can have them added to your dining room bill. Growlers are available too and at pretty reasonable prices. Lagers seem to be a bit of a specialty here and there are often a couple of varieties available, which is generally different from most other brewpubs. If you stop in after the goat races in May, you'll be confronted with a good selection of distinct and tasty bock beers.

The food is quite good - favourites include the prime rib, turkey dinner, and meatloaf. Service has always been quite good, both in the dining room and at the bar. My parents actually suggest heading to the Sly Fox when they're in town specifically because they're happy with their meal and enjoy the atmosphere. I go there both for the food and the beer, plus the occasional growler fill. It also helps that it's a kid-friendly atmosphere when you have a toddler.

Photo of Kadonny
4.25/5  rDev +3.9%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4.5

Visited Sly Fox in Royersford Saturday night for dinner. First time I have eaten there for a full dinner.

A: Very warm and homey with rich wood and nicely painted rich colored walls. The bar area had a fireplace and a band showed up around 8:00. Booths in the restaurant were very comfy and secluded from the booth behind you.

Q: Excellent, both in the food and the beer. Top notch.

S: Good, it took our waitress a little bit to get started on us, but one she did the beers and food arrived very quickly. It was a Saturday night so it was busy, but she did a great job.

S: Good, a nice mix of pub food and more upscale food. It was a touch choice, the Prime Rib looked fabulous.

F: Excellent again, I had the ravioli special that was very good.

V: A good meal for a reasoable amount, what more can you expect. Then you throw in the fresh Sly Fox brews and it makes for a very nice evening. After dinner we bellied up to the bar to watch the Penn State game and listen to the 2 piece band. Too bad the game stunk, but the beer was awesome and the band was good. I will definitely go back again.

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