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Victory Brewing Company

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53,073 Ratings
Place Score: 96
Ratings: 474
Reviews: 234
rAvg: 4.33
pDev: n/a
Taps: 20
Bottles: --
Cask: Y
Beer-to-Go: Y
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

420 Acorn Lane
Downingtown, Pennsylvania, 19335
United States
phone: (610) 873-0881

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Photo of smxr88
4.05/5  rDev -6.5%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 2.5

From the outside it doesn't look like anything special, but once you get inside its a whole different story. I entered through the retail store door, which is in the back of the pub and doesn't give you a good view of the amount of space, so I wasn't impressed. I went to the retail store first and expected a little more, but it was pretty small and nothing really exciting in there that really caught my eye to buy as a souvenir.

Once I actually got into the pub and saw the enormous bar and space they had I really liked it. Huge bar, plenty of seating for dining. Pretty much every bar stool was taken even though it was only around noon. Lots of activity. One place that Victory was lacking was in the quality of the food. It was nothing special. I got rib sticks with hopdevil sauce, but they were very cheap ribs. The sauce would have been great if they didn't cheap out on the ribs.

Overall though, good experience and I would definitely go back again.

Photo of mcslain
4.65/5  rDev +7.4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 4

Victory re-designed its interior a few years back and at that time went from being a good brew pub to a great one. The inside is huge, clean, almost always bustling w activity, well staffed, and has a massive bar area (which I personally love, as I prefer the bar to a booth).

The beer of course is very high quality and there is always a huge amount of choices on tap as well as multiple offerings on cask. Growler fills are strongly encouraged and they actually have their own custom made growler machine, which cranks out quick perfect fills. That doesn't stop the line for growlers from backing up though, as Victory has really created a growler thirsty community of beer lovers with their inviting approach. Last time I was in I got a growler of Golden Monkey mashed up w Storm King Stout and it cost $10. Awesome. Huge thanks to Victory for keeping craft beer affordable w their growler pricing!

Food is very good with something for everyone, but it is not stupendous. It is not a gastro-pub in other words. I appreciate that though. Victory is a brewery, and the beer should be the center of the universe. If I want a real fancy $20-40 entree I can go elsewhere.

There is nice merch room in the back that sells all sorts of schwag as well as beer by the case and bomber. They do mix and match cases which is very nice, and the beer they sell here seems to always be very freshly capped - frequently within days.

Be sure to check out the cool table in the corner by the bar area made out of an old copper brewery tank. And also take note of the live monitor giving updates on the solar energy being generated by Victory's photovoltaic panels.

Overall this is simply just a great place with great beer. A real treasure for the Philly area.

Photo of SFLpunk
4.22/5  rDev -2.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3.5

Visited 10.01.11 with some friends who live in the area. This place is friggin huge! I had no idea!

We sat in the way back, left of the HUGE bar. Our server was very nice and attentive and let us sample a beer or two. The food was nice. We had the kettle chips, the cheese platter, nachos and soft pretzel as apps. I had the Wasabi Tuna wrap, very tasting and light.

They had a larger than normal selection of their own beers on-tap compared with other breweries/brewpubs. I was impressed with the number of hand-pulled offerings. I had a .3L Strangeways, .3L Festbier and then a .5L Strangeways cause it's so damn tasty. Sampled Victory Village and Harvest. I saw counter-pressure growlers being filled, but did not inquire after pricing.

We also visited the retail shop where we found lots of wearables and glassware, beer and root beer. Didn't know about the root beer until the shop, so I bought a sixer and a shirt.

I would love to visit this place again and would highly recommend it to friends, especially for a place to go with a large group.

Photo of PhillyStyle
4.35/5  rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 3.5

I have to admit, for not learning about this brewery while I lived in Philly (and on the Main Line); this is one of my favorite breweries. I am not sure that I have ever had a beer from here that I didn't like, so I thought that while I had the chance, might as well visit the brewpub.

Most here have described the place accurately. I visited on a Thursday night, so the place was pretty well packed. I sat at the bar and the bartenders did not have a moment to spare, filling growlers and pints faster than I have ever seen. Above the bar was a chalk board with the complete list of all the beers on tap and on cask. The service was pretty good for as busy as the place was and the food was perhaps a step above typical pub grub. The beer was excellent, fresh and served in the appropriate glassware. The only thing that could have made the experience better is if I could have taken a growler of beer with me. This is a great place and I highly recommend it for any BA.

Photo of jifigz
4.43/5  rDev +2.3%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Okay, so this is my favorite brewery and I have been there quite a few times. It isn't that close to my house but Victory churns out great beer and it is the brewery I have been to the most, probably why it's my favorite, I have a natural affinity to the place.

Okay, so the hall is big and open with lots of beers of tap, and if in season the particular and corresponding Victory seasonal brews are on tap. The tables are spread around and, as I said, it is more or less a big open space. If you are looking for privacy in sectioned off little corners or rooms, you won't really find it here. What you will find is great beer and some pretty good food to accompany that great brew. The gift shop is also stocked with cases of various Victory brews for sale along with glasses, shirts, books, etc, etc...

The service has always been great and they always took great care of me. Another nice sight I like to see is locals, who are more fortunate than me to live so close to an excellent brewery, constantly strolling in and filling up there growlers. I wish I lived close enough to regularly visit and leave with my growler filled to the top with some delicious Hop Devil, Prima Pils, or Moonglow. Anyways, great place. I highly recommend.

Photo of BrittEBurke
4.4/5  rDev +1.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I stopped by Victory for lunch a few weeks ago. The atmosphere (at 2p on a Thursday) was comfortable and laid back. The decorations are a bit sparse, but I don't know of many people who go to a brewery to stare at the walls. They have the top of a brew kettle hanging from the ceiling next to the bar. It looks great, but I imagine it could get obnoxious if you wanted to watch a sports game on TV and happened to have that fall within your sight lines.

We sat at the bar and were greeting with prompt, friendly service (I believe his name was Chuck). We chatted with him for a while and he helped us select the beers for our sampler. It was brought over quickly and thoroughly explained. As expected, all of the beers were excellent. My favorite was the Scarlet Fire, a well-balanced Rauchbier with notes of bacon. If you find yourself at the brewery, definitely give this one a try.

After the sampler we ordered the Berry Salad and, breaking my snobby I'm-from-Massachusetts-and-won't-eat-seafood-in-a-landlocked-state rule, the mussels. The salad was fresh and the mussels were delicious! They are steamed in beer and cooked with sausage. If you a fan of mussels, I highly recommend them. The paired very well with the Scarlet Fire. Throughout our stay our server was friendly and attentive.

After we finished our lunch, we decided to get a growler of the Scarlet Fire to bring back to Boston. Victory has the coolest and most elaborate growler filling process that I have ever seen. The growlers themselves are beautiful. They are placed in a machine that sanitizes them and then fills them using counter-pressure. Continuing with the theme of excellent service, the bartender explained how the machine works and then had us come over to watch the process. It is almost fully automated and keeps the beer fresh for at least two weeks.

If you find yourself in that part of Pennsylvania, definitely swing by Victory. Good food, good beer and friendly service make this place a must on any road trip.

Photo of hackomal
3.93/5  rDev -9.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 5 | food: 3

The main reason to go to Victory Brewing company is as everyone knows; the beer. There is ussually at least a few beers on tap that they do not bottle, and some are brewery only exclusives. The place always has a good crowd which at times becomes overwhelming. The food here is usually hit or miss. I have never had a terrible meal, nor anything exceptional. There is a large amount of turnover with the waiters, which can lead to some sub par service. The bartenders seem to stick around longer, so I suggest going to the bar if there is room. Overall the place is a solid restraunt with some flaws, but the beer more than makes up for it

Photo of Stinkypuss
4.33/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

This was my second trip to Victory, this time just to grab a few brews and a few six packs to go.

Walk in and its a rustic setting, seating on both sides and then the bar in the back with additional seating adjacent. There were some high tops around the bar and being it was busy, my cousin and I ordered at the bar and stood there until some people left at the bar.

The quality of all the beer is impeccable. World class pilsner beers and of course a stellar regular lineup and some mixed bag beers there too, everything being pretty good.

Service was decent. We had a few at the bar and the bartenders were pretty good about checking on us. We even wanted to buy six packs and some of their home made icecream to go after the store closed and they hooked us up.

Selection was good, at least 20 draught options, a solid food menu too with many options.

It may be unfair to grade the food here, as all I had my first trip to Victory was sweet potato fries (very good) and this time the Storm King Crunch ice cream was all I got, and it was easily some of the best ice cream I have ever eaten. Ive never done lunch or dinner there so take that for what it is.

I love Victory beers, and the brewery is just the mecca of such. I am lucky my cousin lives 10 minutes away, next time I'll try more of the food there.

Photo of bayougutter
3.95/5  rDev -8.8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

While on vacation in the area our group of four decided to visit Victory for lunch and to taste some of their beers. Convenient parking always a plus and as we walked in everything was clean and we were greeted right away and shown a table.

We ordered lunch and a flight of four or five beers, about six oz. apiece. They had about 20 beers to choose from. Flights were quickly brought out. Lunch was very good as well as the beers. I don't remember the bill but I remember it to be reasonable.

Would revisit if in the area again.

Photo of OldeBrickHouse
1.27/5  rDev -70.7%
vibe: 1 | quality: 1 | service: 2 | selection: 1

Visited Victory on a beautiful June day. I went there along with my homebrew club. We had scheduled ahead of time a "brewers tour". We paid for this tour and we were very excited because earlier in the week they had announced no more tours. We showed up like a bunch of little kids on Christmas only to be met by ole Grinchy himself. From the moment we were "greeted" by the staff we were treated like trash. Our club has had many great experiences with breweries, brewpubs, and bars none like this one.

On our "brewers tour" our tour guide knew nothing of brewing and admittedly told us so. So much for getting what you pay for. I was hoping to gain some knowledge of the brewing process but was told bad information. When a plate of hops was passed around I asked what kind they were. The tour guides response "I don't know probably something they just swept off the floor".

After getting our samples on the tour, which happened to be the 3 most popular beers, we headed into the bar/restaurant area for lunch. We were given 1 server for our 30 or so people and only about 20 chairs. We were denied service at the bar because we had a server and were part of our group. At this point in the day the MANAGEMENT had sufficiently treated us like trash and the server apologized for it. I have never in any eatery had a waiter apologize for their boss.

Our day ended when one of our group was kicked out. The manager ripped a glass out of his hand with such force that a good portion of it spilled on the floor. She then screamed at him to leave. She said he was "visibly intoxicated". He was far from intoxicated and he left. There was at least 5 people that were visibly intoxicated standing with 15 feet of him when he was told to leave. When our club president asked for an explanation none was given.

Victory has really lost touch of what is important. The customer. The only thing that is of any importance to them is your money. They don't care about good beers, good times, or good food. Just to get your money. There is plenty of other breweries and brewpubs in the area that care about the customer that visiting Victory is not worth your time.

I will never buy or suggest their beer to anyone ever again. I have never in my life been treated with such disdain and disrespect. Which is quite incredible since I work with juvenile delinquents.

Photo of skiofpinsk
3.98/5  rDev -8.1%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Stopped by for dinner with the girlfriend, about 8:30 or so on a Friday and the place was pretty crowded. No wait for a table though, and we sere seated in the back room. Seemed kind of bare, and the large, open room with all the people in it made it kind of loud. Waitress came by shortly and asked us what were were drinking. About a dozen beers on tap, with a rotating selection on cask. Got a Hop Wallop from the cask while the girlfriend got a Summer Love. Turned our attention to the food menu, which had lots of delicious sounding dishes. Went with the eggplant fries to share, and the reuben meatballs w/handmade pasta while the gal got the root beer BBQ ribs. Everything was delicious, and the bill wasn't too bad.

Of course I'd return, where else can you get all those delicious Victory beers on tap? Food is quite good too, and if a brewpub has good food and beer, then what's to dislike? Layout of the room made it loud, but the main area of the brewpub might be somewhat quieter. Most likely not, with the bar there, so keep it in mind if you're looking for something quieter.

Photo of paulys55
4.28/5  rDev -1.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Visited for the release of Headwaters. Really clean, big place with lots of space to move around. Tap list is displayed above the long bar and is updated immediately if something changes. Food was great. Took the tour which seemed fairly standard. When they took us into the room where they keep the hops, I felt like I was in the Willy Wonka movie...I wanted to wait for the rest of the tour to leave and hide in there and just dive into one of the big bags of hops, the smell is heaven. They had 3 or 4 beers on cask. I took a growler of Hop Wallop for the road which was filled on their high tech counter pressure station. If I lived a little closer, I could see myself hanging out here fairly often. Thanks Chris for the golden ticket.

Photo of philly224
4.2/5  rDev -3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 3.5

The atmosphere here is great and they have a pretty nice selection of beers. The food was pretty good too, I got a burger and onion rings both of which were great! I did not get to tour the brewery but I am planning on going back soon and taking advantage of that.

They offer decent size samples for about a $1.50 which I thought was great.

They have a nice gift shop with glassware and cases/6 packs you can buy. Its a little small but there is a decent selection of apparel and other beer related items. Pretty average value when compared with other similar places.

Photo of Rifugium
3.95/5  rDev -8.8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

A nice display for Victory, who always has a great spread of good-to-great beers available. The pub/restaurant is very spacious and not too intimate, but still nice. It contains a nice large bar, and there's usually a good amount of beer on tap to choose from. They're all Victory brews obviously, but they keep a good enough selection at all times to make this place a worthy stop on any beer enthusiasts journey, not to mention they occasionally serve beer here that isn't found elsewhere. Food menu is pretty diverse, and the food itself is tasty. Pizza! Staff is helpful and attentive for the most part. There's also a nice merch store in the back.

This isn't necessarily an uber beer destination, but it's still a good place with a line-up of always-solid brews, and if you are a big fan of Victory's beer, this place would probably be a paradise for you.

Photo of magine
4.33/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Went to Victory for the first time this past weekend on a Saturday night (5:00 tour).

The place is oddly located at first glance, hidden back in almost an industrial park. Parking was free and easy.

We went to the retail section first to book a spot on the tour as we waited we looked at some reasonably priced glassware and shirts. They have their bottled brews there as well for purchase. Surprisingly the prices for the bottles, cases, six packs or big bottles wasnt that great. I can do just as good at a distributor or Wegmans. A little dissapointed in that. I fully expected bottled brews to be a soild discount from what I could get at a distributor, not like two bucks on a case.

The brew tour was cool and informative. But kind of ho-hum. We found out they use left over ingedients to make beer ice cream.. hmm sounds good. We sampled some malt but didnt get to taste any beer. Kind of odd. Really if you watched the series "Brewmasters" there really is nothing to see that will entice you. And the fact that you dont even get a tiny taste it really is kind of a time waster. Especially since you can read about the company and how it started online.

The place is very large; huge big bar, lots of tables, booths and dining areas. Room to stand and move about as well. TV's all around to watch the game etc. They even have an arcade if you want to give the kids something to do while waiting to get a seat.

We waited bout 15 minutes for a table (just two of us) and sampled a brew while waiting.

The brew selection was great as were the brews we tried. We tried brewpub (non bottled) exclusives while there. Really good stuff.

The Trice Fries appetizers were awesome. There is enough for two to share and munch on prior to getting your meal. We ordered a burger and the Hickory Prime prime rib sandwich, both were very good. The service was very prompt and pleasant and the food was very good. The brews paired well with the food as well. We enjoyed Mad Kings Wiess, Braumeister Pils- Tettnang, Whirlwind Wit and a few others. All good stuff.

This is a very cool place we will visit again. It is loud enough that you can unwind and talk all the nonsense you want and it is a place the kids can go and not be out of place as well. A real good spot with some of the best brews you can drink. And food that is good as well. I will be sure to be back again and try their beer ice cream... sounds awesome.

Photo of StevieTheD
4.33/5  rDev 0%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I have been here a few times and never left disappointed. The food is great pub food with some nice, unique menu items mixed in. They do a good job of integrating beer into their food, especially the barbecue foods. As far as beer selection goes, they'll have anything Victory but nothing else, which is to be expected. If they still have it, try the Golden Monkey ice cream. It's easily the best ice cream I've ever had. Victory also has some of the best pizza outside of the NYC metro area. It's a must visit if you're a fan of beer or brew pubs.

Photo of Hoops4life511
4.03/5  rDev -6.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Arrived on a Saturday intending to take the 2 PM tour, but got a little lost and missed it. Oh well, I guess I'll never know the 4 ingredients that go into beer. We were quickly seated in a comfortable booth, plus. The atmosphere was nice. Big spacious, bright. Our waiter came over relatively quickly and asked for our drink orders, but we had no beer menu. He said he'd grab one and took about 10 minutes to come back, minus. Took our drink orders and appetizer orders. Beer was tasty as expected. Storm King on cask was great, Scarlet Fire was interesting. Apps came, pretzel and three types of fries. Pretzel was good, fries were eh. Lunch entree was the grown up grilled cheese. I highly recommend it. Price wasn't too bad either, on par with a chain restaurant, but more fun.

Photo of Nay
3.53/5  rDev -18.5%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 2 | selection: 4.5 | food: 3

Loud, big bars with Coomunist style service, by which I mean they put a lot of people behind the bar, but no one seems to have ownership of the section. So you try to flag down the guy cleaning glasses to pour you a beer, but he doesn't care because they split their tips among all the bars in the place. Like i said, lots of people behind the bar, but no bartenders. Not friendly either, but I'd be happy with an ugly grump who fills my glass.
Food is ok, beer is quite good but we don't go anymore since Victory stopped supporting the homebrew clubs who put them on the map. Meanwhile Sierra Nevada has started supporting homebrew contests, so I guess I'll buy their beer instead.

Photo of bigfnjoe
4.2/5  rDev -3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | food: 3.5

Came here on a Saturday night, and it was totally jammed. We ended up waiting for an hour and a half for a table, but it ended up being well worth it. Something like 16 taps and 6 casks were on, including a couple of brewery exclusives. I went with a couple of tasty Donnybrook Stouts and a solid Mad King's Weiss. Service was a little slow because of how busy the server was, but he didn't make any mistakes, was nice and knowledgeable. As for the food....eh. The pretzel I got with cheese sauce was awesome, but the pizza was a little spotty. Not enough toppings, but otherwise alright. Definitely will come back again.

Photo of sympleesmshn
4.58/5  rDev +5.8%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

What a great place. I went for the 15th anniversary party and it was well worth the 3 hour drive. Everyone should take the tour, which is free and was quite fun. The bar area is nice and they have quite an interesting growler filler there. They had at least a dozen (I didn't count) beers on tap, and they had about 5 on hand pump which rotate. The staff was nice and knowledgeable. The food I had was good, but I got too much. On my next trip, I am just getting a pretzel (one of the best I have ever had) and the ice cream (which is made from their beers). I also shared a pizza which was alright. The other two made up for it though. I can't wait to go again!

Photo of prg1976
4.1/5  rDev -5.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 5 | food: 4.5

A nice, family friendly atmosphere. I was surprised how many people were there with little kids.

Really good food for a "brewpub". The menu changes with the seasons. The service is hit-or-miss, like most places. Some servers are very friendly, and know their beers, while others seem to want you to eat and leave as fast as possible.

The beer selection is incredible. The brewery only beers are reason enough to make the 30 min drive.

Overall, a great place for a meal and an even better place for a beer (or 2).

Photo of jmdrpi
4.43/5  rDev +2.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

good atmosphere, the place was packed on a Wednesday night during the holidays. this was the first time I've been there in about 5 years, and they've totally remodeled the restaurant and bar area. with a big group, we were seated in the cool copper table in the corner, covered by the top of an old brew tank.

the fresh beers I had were excellent, Yakima Glory, Hop Devil, and ESB on hand pump. selection was good, with about a dozen beers on tap, with 4 cask selections.

as for food- I had an order of wings which were big and tasty. our server was attentive and friendly.

prices were decent. were were there during happy hour (4pm-6pm) with half price wings and $2 .3L glasses of the 4 flagship beers.

Photo of orangesol
4.13/5  rDev -4.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

Stopped in here for the first time during the Dark Intrigue release.

This place is huge. Tons of tables on both sides as you walk in the door. Making my way back to the bar area I am greeted by a very nice looking, large, bar area. Pretty laid back atmosphere with plenty of people coming and going. A few TV's to watch if you are bored. Tons of people coming in for growler fills, which uses a counter pressure machine. Best way to describe it is the place just feels alive.

Service was pretty good. Took a little while to order my food but I think that had more to do with the large lunch crowd rather than them forgetting about me. Food was pretty good. I had the aged cheddar burger. I ordered fries with it but I got chips. Not a big deal since I didn't get charged for them and the chips were awesome. Food didn't take too long to come out once I got to order it. Prices seemed pretty reasonable for what you got. Very nice lunch before I had to head back.

Quality was fairly high. Everything seemed to be top notch except I did get short poured once but I won't hold it against them too much, it was pretty crowded after all. The beer list was pretty impressive. They had 15 offerings on tap when I stopped in and another two on cask. They seemed to cover almost all the bases with their offerings. I went with both of the cask offerings, Uncle Teddy's Bitter and a Storm King. Both were served correctly and both tasted great.

Overall a great brewpub for a great brewery. I can't wait to make it down again.

Photo of bonkers
4.28/5  rDev -1.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4

I went to Victory today for the dark intrigue release and stayed for lunch. The restaraunt area is huge. The bar is very big as is the seating area. They also have a counter filled growler filling station which was very busy the whole time I was there. For lunch I had a cheesesteak, which was very tasty. Overall, I was very satisfied with the service and quality of the meal. They have a great tap selection, and a book with a description of all the beers they have on tap. I felt the beer and growler prices were cheap compared to other brewpubs. The food prices were about what I would expect for the area. I plan on going back.

Photo of KYFriedChildren
4.2/5  rDev -3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

Victory Brewing Company feels to me what Buzz Beer was like for Drew Carey, Oswald, Louis and Kate in The Drew Carey Show. It's just this little slice of wonderful right in my back yards that can meet pretty much all of my beer needs. The variety in their beers and styles is so great that I don't have to look elsewhere for a new style, Victory has pretty much brewed it all. It's not always perfect, but it's always interesting and always fun. The beer is obviously great but the secret weapon of VBC's brewpub is the their wings of victory, and their pretzel. That pretzels haunts my dreams on hungry nights.

It's located in what looks like a business park in Downtown Downingtown and is about the size of a warehouse. Strike that, it is a warehouse. It's two huge rooms with a bar in between them and a store on the side that sells beer, shirts and awesome "Victory is Brewing" bumper stickers. They also have beautiful growlers with silver handles that are relatively inexpensive. It's not too cheap though. Beers are the standard five to seven bucks but the food is a bit pricey. The service is a little questionable though. Maybe it's just because I look young but the waitresses there seem to be a bit cold. They are always timely though and they keep it clean there which is important for me. It does get very loud in there which I do not mind but some people I go with seem to. In short, Victory Brewing Company is one of my favorite brewpubs and si certainly worth visiting.

Victory Brewing Company in Downingtown, PA
96 out of 100 based on 474 ratings.