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Triumph Brewing Company

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Triumph Brewing CompanyTriumph Brewing Company
BEER AVG
3.78/5
Based on:
52 Beers
100 Reviews
Place Score: 88
Reviews: 52
Visits: 79
rAvg: 3.88
pDev: n/a
Taps: --
Bottles: --
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[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]

400 Union Sq. Drive
New Hope, Pennsylvania, 18938
United States
phone: (215) 862-8300

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Photo of drtth
3.95/5  rDev +1.8%
vibe: 3.75 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 3.75

A good place to visit when visiting New Hope. Triumph is part of a small chain that does some really interesting beers despite the fact that some are fairly ordinary.

Lots of parking, plenty of room inside.

Food was fine and the service good and prompt. (256 characters)

Photo of Shandycan
4.01/5  rDev +3.4%
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3.75 | food: 4

Stopped in here for a quick pint and an app mid-day during the weekend- nice looking building and overall a great atmosphere- high vaulted ceilings inside and a separate billiards room were nice surprises. Overall a very clean modern feel to the place. We sat outside on the deck overlooking the train tracks / station- lots of outdoor seating as well.

Had the nachos as an app, which were quite tasty. Beers seem a bit straightforward, all classical interpretations of styles that I noted on tap. We had the flagship IPA and a seasonal summer blonde, decent enough offerings. Worth a stop to check out if you find yourself in the New Hope / Lambertville areas. (662 characters)

Photo of BethanyB
2.44/5  rDev -37.1%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 1.5 | service: 2.5 | selection: 3

Tucked away from the main streets of New Hope, making it so that the modern sports bar/lounge feel doesn't clash with New Hope's quaint and charming vibe.

The place is huge, with a nice, warm, wood-paneled aesthetic. Live music and pool tables were a definite plus for my husband. There is an outdoor area with tidy, comfy couches and picnic tables, but the crowd makes it feel like the patio at a rich kid's high school party.

And with that said, the crowd is mainly white bread tourists and the young, preppy suburban set. Not really a place for meeting people unless you're in the Greek scene and looking to exchange phone numbers.

As for the beer. I remember thinking the prices were a bit outrageous, even for an East Coast brewery. But maybe that's because the service was so poor and everything I tried was absolutely sub-par.

The bartender couldn't tell me a thing about any of the beers. Couldn't even tell me the styles. "Um...I think it's a dark beer..." was the most I could get out of her. I opted for a flight, and Every. Single. Beer. Disappointed. Honestly, they were practically drain pours. The tastes ranged from metallic to dishwater. We were out of there in no time. (1,194 characters)

Photo of bonkers
4/5  rDev +3.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I stopped by last week for a late lunch with the family. I was surprised that they had a band in the middle of the afternoon. The band was a little too loud for me, but the kids enjoyed the show. For lunch we all had burgers, and all were satisfactory. The menu featured alot of locally sourced food, but I was not in the mood for anything too eclectic. On to the beer, I enjoyed a rasberry chocolate stout and a best bitter(on cask). Both were very enjoyable. Our service was very prompt, and he was very attentive to our table. I felt the beer and food were reasonabley priced for the area. I did pick up a few bottles to take home, and they were abit pricey. I definitely would go back if I were in the area. (711 characters)

Photo of ummswimmin
3.73/5  rDev -3.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

Had lunch there today with the Mrs. and the baby. They set us up at a nice table to accomodate a 3 month old.

We started with banana guacamole, and it was very different... and yet very tasty. They used plantains instead of corn chips to dip in the guac.

I followed up with a tasty pulled pork with jalapeno sauce. The pork was very good, but the sauce was entirely too spicy enough that they invaded my tasting of the beer.

I had a tasting of the taps with my meal... sorry I was too indecisive. Some were good, some were lacking. I liked the oatmeal cookie stout, the strong IPA, and the Wee Heavy. I thought the Wee Heavy was pretty gutsy to offer as it was served at cellaring temperature on a hand pump. The ABV and body on this is a killer for the summer. I would pick up a growler, but I don't know too many that would enjoy this with me. The tasting came out with a presentation and explanation of each little glass. The waiter was still learning, but he recited the offering really well.

They offered bombers of some select beers. I enjoyed the IPA, so the double IPA sounded good... except that they run $18 a bottle. I just don't understand why you would pay that much considering that most domestic bombers usually run $12-15 in most liquor stores. (1,265 characters)

Photo of Slatetank
3.8/5  rDev -2.1%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4

I got the chance to have a few pints while in New Hope at Triumph after a quick trip across the river to visit River Horse in Lambertvile, NJ. The place was not hard to find, in the center of the shopping center and they have a large sign out on York rd. They greeted us in a friendly way and were pretty up on the service at the bar, I didn't eat since we had reservations elsewhere but I enjoyed a couple of the draft offerings and my wife tried one. They were able to answer all my questions about the growler fills and new 750 ml that were available. I liked the atmospher- it has a modern slant and the open bar area is nice with a stage for bands to play at the end of the bar near the kitchen.

The quality of the beers and the selection were both good. They had a nice variety-IPA, stout, raspberry wheat and Scotch ale on the handpump. I enjoyed the IPA and had the Oatmeal cookie stout on Nitro. They also had a Pils and amber for nice summer styles. I reocmmend coming here even if the price was slightly high -I was told when the bill came after I ordered 1 half pint that since the full pint was cheaper that is what I was charged for, but I was not treated to the other 1/2 (?) (1,193 characters)

Photo of jmdrpi
3.4/5  rDev -12.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3 | food: 4

atmosphere is cool, with the bar downstairs with some pool tables and stage for bands, with tables for dinner upstairs. Rustic or industrial type architecture, with exposed beams and brick, lots of metal and wood. Outdoor seating as well.

Our service for dinner, and then at the bar later (we were there to see a band) was okay. server and bartenders could have been friendlier.

Had 7 beers on tap, including one on nitro and one on hand pump. I had the Stout, Pale Ale, Amber, and Pils. Only the stout was memorable. The food was good, but expensive. $14 for a burger and fries. And the beer and mixed drinks seems a bit overpriced as well. $5 for a middle of the road 4% pilsner seems a bit steep.

Also, watch out for the electronic parking meters. Which seems like a total ripoff for a suburban shopping center. (819 characters)

Photo of mrpepino
3.75/5  rDev -3.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3.5

I would have to say that out of all the bars in New Hope, Triumph is definitely my favorite place to visit (next to John & Peters). They have the best beer selection in New Hope that I've come across, and that's not just because they brew their own (it's because the local bars don't have much to offer). The place is really nice inside. It can get a bit cramped at times, but overall has a great atmosphere, especially if there is a good live band on the stage. There are a couple of pool tables and a dart board off to the side, and back deck which they open in the summer. I would say that most of the beer is good, not great, but as I said before, this is probably the spot to come if you like beer and are visiting New Hope (or cross the bridge and visit the River Horse tasting room). Overall, I would say that if you are in the area, Triumph is a solid place to grab a beer, but I wouldn't necessarily go out of my way to pay a visit. (941 characters)

Photo of BeerForMuscle
3.8/5  rDev -2.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

This Triumph is nestled away in a low key strip mall in NewHope. Just seconds away from the Lambertville-NewHope bridge it's very accessible from NJ. Nice look inside, lots of wood and a clean contemporary feel. This is a 2 story place and has plenty of seating. The beer menu is like any other microbrewery/restaurant. Usually about 6-8 beers on tap and for the most part a variety. They tend to lean more towards the blondes and pales but you can find reds, rauchs, stouts, bitters etc. The beer vats are in view and the food is pretty good here too. In the summer time, you can look out the window or get to the outside area to see the free fireworks show they shoot off from the river. Growlers for take-out are a nice bonus too. This place is a reliable choice for a decent night. (785 characters)

Photo of DoubleSimcoe
4.25/5  rDev +9.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 5

It was on my most recent visit to Triumph New Hope, my fourth overall, that I had an epiphany: this place is REAL good!

In the summer, with all the crowds, families and crying babies it can be a little annoying, even though it is oh-so-nice to sit outside in the patio and watch the old train choo-chooing his way in, right by the brewery.

I like it better in the winter, though. It's rainy or snowy outside but you're cozy and warm inside, looking at the flawless steel beer tanks, enjoying the cool, mellow music selection, drinking beer of course... I like how the place is multi-leveled and spacious, encouraging exploration. You shouldn't feel like your neighbor's table is too close to yours here!

There were not a lot of taps when I visited. I remembered having more than the seven I saw this time, and surely I've had bigger beers here. But can't complain. Their IPA is fantastic, so fresh; the coffee-and-cream stout was exceptionally creamy and smooth; the holiday ale was a tempered-down strong ale reminiscent of Double Bastard (but not as good).

The food is the absolute star here. They must have given the menu a serious overhaul lately. Foie Gras BLT, Duck and Pork Belly Pate, Lobster Pot Pie with Hen-of-the-Woods mushrooms... this ain't your momma's brewpub food!

Service is very, very good. Our server was always on top of things and we were in and out in no time. If anything, she was a little "too much", way eager and pleasing. But hey, a "honey" is better than a "no-show" server, right...

Prices are alright for beer ($5 a pint, $3.75 for 10-oz servings) and a bit too high for the food. Sure, it is good food, but... I mean, this is not New York City. The Foie Gras BLT should be $13 instead of $16, for example... 3 beers and 3 food items came up to a $60 lunch. Then again, Bucks County is not the cheapest area, so whatever.

I'm reasonably in love with this place and will come back often. (1,929 characters)

Photo of sallylovesstout
3.78/5  rDev -2.6%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4

Located in a shopping center, this place was a surprise to me. Who would think a nifty little brew pub would be in this quiet little town? We sat at the bar to try a little of everything. Our bartender was very knowledgeable about the brews and about some aspects of the brewing process. The atmosphere was comfortable, and there were plenty of people coming in for a Thursday night. The rest of the town pretty much shuts down after dark, so this place reaps the rewards. I got to sample a majority of the beers on tap before settling on a pint for myself. I even took a growler home for my folks. It was a nice day-trip for me and my boyfriend. (646 characters)

Photo of Kwak
3.5/5  rDev -9.8%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 1.5

i like this place but parking is a a pain. i sat at the bar the bartender wan good not all over me but i found him when i needed him. nice selection irish stout ipa all good. i like the way they rinse the glasses before they pour a pint.
i ordered foodand was not impressed the to say the least the fries were under done and just not good at all. if you cant make fries how good of a kitchen can it be. ilike to go their when im in lambertville i sometimes even go out of my way to go here all and all like place like the beer and i eat before i go!! (550 characters)

Photo of RC51Mike
2.58/5  rDev -33.5%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 1.5 | selection: 1 | food: 4

We were meeting up with friends from north NJ and agreed on here and we had been here before with good results. However, on this visit things sure have slipped. No IPA as requested because they were cleaning the tap lines and it would be "about an hour or so." On a Saturday. At exactly noon. They are cleaning the tap lines. Hmm, in an hour or so, we'll be gone, so no IPA today. How about Winter Wonder listed on your beer menu for today. Waitress returns- nope. All out. Ok, so that leaves exactly four beers on tap, at a pretty well known brewpub.

Mine and my wife's order were the wrong BLT than ordered. We got a credit on the bill without fuss. The food was otherwise good though the house made chips were all overcooked. Our waitress was pretty much missing in action the entire time in a half empty restaurant. Another round of beers and had to wait way too long for her to show up, much less get her attention. Decent beer, not bad food but all in all, the experience left little to be desired. (1,005 characters)

Photo of Minotaur
2.88/5  rDev -25.8%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 3 | service: 2.5 | selection: 3 | food: 3.5

EDIT: 12/20/09: ironically the day after review I ended up here for Lunch (after shoveling snow for an hour and a half). Perhaps they had a skeleton staff and were dealing with post blizzard conditions But I was not overly impressed. I would say from a B+ my opinion went to a "C". The beer that was on tap was not what was on the menu. They were missing several beers and what they had, while good - was not acceptable. There were a troop of 7-10 year olds running amok in the place. The parents had no control over the situation and the wait staff was attempting to remain firmly oblivious. The server had very little to no knowledge of the beers. The Dunkelweizen had a "dirty tap" aftertaste to it. There was a sour, metallic finish. The winter warmer was good, but relied more on strong alcohol than on individual strength. Also noted: all the beers have the same exact head retention and width. The only thing I can determine is that this is fabricated and intentional via the tap system.

Food was still good quality but for the price (nearly 55.00 for lunch for two) was not a great value.

A nice pub located in the shopping/art town of New Hope. The interior is spacious and can be suitable for both beerflies and families.

A short 5 miles from my house.

Their beer selection is generally good though I find their strength to be in their wheat and big beers. Their lighter beers are often lacking but their Imperial stouts, pale ales, scotch ales and seasonals are usually very good.

I do on occasion notice some inconsistency in quality from batch to batch even on the same beers, but this is usually not a major problem.

The food is a bit expensive but New Hope is now a tourist destination and prices are according to that. I have never had a bad meal there.

Staff is usually prompt and attentive and mostly knowledgeable about the beer.

The bar is a fun experience in the evening with a lot of locals and passers through enjoying beer. I've gotten to speak to both the brewmaster and tap system technician and both have been friendly and interested in feedback. New Hope is full of "colorful" characters... like me... (2,138 characters)

Photo of magnj
4.05/5  rDev +4.4%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

A - Located in a big strip mall type building Wood and stainless steel all throughout the interior. A nice open layout with big rooms all around, a stage in the back and a nice dining area upstairs. The fermenters are visible through a glass window above the stage and directly across from the upstairs dining area. Also visible from part of the upstairs area is the boil kettle though it's not really on display. Outside is a railroad track where some coal trains depart every once in a while, right past the outdoor dining area downstairs. Overall very nice place, especially compared to the Princeton location which is very strange and claustrophobic.

Q - Everything was good, from the decor to the food, beer and service. A high quality location, the best I can think of in the area.

S - Service was pretty quick and the waiter knew about each of the beers and described each accurately.

S - Menu is pretty small but a lot of things look good. 6 brews on tap, standard for a pub around here.

F - We had the buffalo spring rolls on a recommendation and they were very good. Pulled pork sandwich was very tasty served with hot sauce and maple syrup, topped with aggressively spicy jalapeños. I had a special and it was bland but not bad, Oktoberfest fare.

V - Not a bargain but everything was good. The martinis are expensive, beer samplers cheap. Food is well priced for quality. (1,389 characters)

Photo of cburwell
3.78/5  rDev -2.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3 | food: 3

I prefer the new hope location to the Old City (Philadelphia) location because of the atmosphere. The New Hope location is smaller in size, but you feel more comfortable there.

Beer selection is limited to about 5-6 choices, but that's enough to keep you busy for a few hours. The selection is unique with new offerings coming out just about every month.

The food is good quality and on par for what you get at other similar breweries. You pay a bit more the the staples, but i would still consider it a good value.

One thing that I really like were the pool tables at this location. They are free to use (you just give them a credit card to hold while you use the equipment). The decor is the same as the Old City location; modern with concrete, wood, and metal. That may sound a bit Urban, but it works well and lends to the comfortable vibe you get. (855 characters)

Photo of BirdFlu
4.3/5  rDev +10.8%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4.5

It's definitely nice to have a brewpub to stop by while wandering around new hope for the day (which, for me, means going to Teardrop Memories and hearing stories from the store owner about his awesome stuff over and over again). The triumph brewpub is very nice aesthetically. Very dark and spacious with a stylistic display of the brew tanks and windows overlooking the train station. The beer selection is a bit limited, but none of the beers are bad. The food selection is really great, even for vegetarians. t it's an awesome place which I'll definitely be returning to. (575 characters)

Photo of TheFightfan1
4.36/5  rDev +12.4%
vibe: 5 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4

I found this place through BA. I drove up there with my wife in a so called "snow storm". Nobody was in there I guess do to the weather.They sat us immediately and the service was great. I ordered the sampler and by far the oatmeal cookie stout was their best brew. I didn't have time to take the tour but I will make sure to catch it next time. The only real problem I had was not much to choose from the menu without digging a little deep in the pocket's. I am not a cheap man but $35 for a steak is a little bit expensive for me.Also about top dollar for the brew's. Usually in my opinion if you want someone to drink your brew as opposed to the other's you would lower it but it was$5.50 to $6.50 for the brew again a little to expensive. All and all the place was fantastic but not without it's cork's. (807 characters)

Photo of hopdog
4/5  rDev +3.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4

I stop by here every few months. Never had a bad experience. Triumph regualarly rotates their taps, so call ahead if you are looking for something specific. My only beef is having to pay for parking (although not expensive, it's just one of those things). Located off the main New Hope in a 'strip mall'. Inside is nice and big with an upstairs. Food is decent as is the service. You can take the significant other out for some Antiquing across the river in Lambertville or shopping in New Hope and stop by for a beer or 10 (that's a win/win situation in my book). (564 characters)

Photo of zoso1967
3.79/5  rDev -2.3%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 4

Went here on a Friday night and found it to be busy, but not out of control. It is a very nice place that has a modern style but is really cozy for being in a strip mall.

The service was not the greatest. Most of the bartenders were kind of snotty, but nothing to keep me from going back.

I tried four of the 8 or so beers on tap. The wheat beer and Oktoberfest were disappointing, but the IPA was quite good, and the ESB on cask was excellent.

It was a little bit on the expensive side, but if you want to try some interesting brews in a cool atmosphere this is a good place to go every once and awhile. (607 characters)

Photo of wspscott
4.14/5  rDev +6.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4

a little bit of a road trip took us to Triumph in New Hope, I had been to the Triumph in Princeton before and thought this would be a nice change of pace.

Monday at 4pm the place was dead, only a couple of people at the bar. I saw the cask handle and asked when the cask was tapped. The bartender said about 3 weeks ago. When I asked for something else, he asked if I was concerned about it being old. Yeah, 3 weeks for a cask seems old to me :) it turns out they had kegged the casks 3 weeks ago but they use 1/4bbl kegs so it was a "fresh" cask. Ok, give me a pint of the cask pale ale. It was a solid beer, I would have liked a little more hops but I could easily have a 2nd or 3rd.

I then tried the IPA, this had a great aroma and a nice sharp hop bitterness. I would definitely have another of these. The last beer was a RIS. Again, a very nice beer but, far from the best I have ever had.

The bartender ended up being pretty knowledgeable out beer, we talked about reformulating recipes given hops prices. They also have a couple of hops vines growing out on the patio, maybe going use them for dry-hopping a couple of batches. As far as value, a pint was $5 and parking was .50 per hour. The whole town looks like it is antique shops, if you get dragged to town by your girlfriend stop in for a pint. (1,312 characters)

Photo of AltBock
3.73/5  rDev -3.9%
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 3.5 | food: 4

This Triumph brewpub is located in the heart of New Hope's old town. It's right across the bridge from Lambertville, NJ and the River Horse brewery. It's located in what appears to be this high class shopping center that has pay parking. It's not much. I think it was .25 to .50 an hour. I didn't get a good look at the shops, but they seemed upscale. When I walked in, I noticed that this brewpub was mix of a local neighborhood bar and a modern trendy restaurant. They have this big wooden wrap around bar that can sit quite a few people, while their dinning rooms are where the modern comes in. To get to the second floor, you have to walk up these modern clear plastic or glass steps with no rail. It looked pretty cool from the bar. From the bar, you can watch the brewmaster work his magic because some their brewing operation is on the second floor behind plates of glass.

I thought the service was pretty nice. They were always there when I needed another pint and when it came to fill up my growler, they dropped my old one in water and then gave me a new one because the other was still sitting in the water. It doesn't matter because they still charged me the refill price.

They have a very limited food menu. There's not much there and what was there was a bit on the pricy side. I eventually gave in and tried their Tai pizza. That was one of the best pizzas I've had so far. It's too bad they only served me 5 to 6 small pieces.

Their tap selection consits of 10 taps and that's not including the one cask. Their offered beer styles were almost the same as the ones offered at the Princeton location, but it doesn't matter, their still very good beers. The ones I had here had almost the same consistency as the ones that were available at the Princeton location.

Overall, it was a nice place to grab a pint of beer and a delicious pricy bite to eat after my visit to the River Horse Brewery that's right across the river. (1,942 characters)

Photo of aleyeast
3.83/5  rDev -1.3%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | food: 4

Original plan was to hit Princeton location, but due to a time crunch, we headed across the river to the New Hope location, and found them pouring seven beers (Honey Wheat, Amber, Lager (told it was a dunkel, but believe it was the bock), Stout, IPA, Belgian gold, and a Pale Ale on the hand pump). All of the beers were nice, nothing remarkably good and definitely nothing bad. The hand pump pale could be a nice session beer.

Only ordered one appetizer and it was good. As the other comments have said, a bit trendy on the decor, dinner items seem a little costly.

I was asked if I was confused by the three guys next to me when they saw me jotting a few notes. I went on to tell them what I was doing and had a brief conversation with them where I ascertained that they were not beer aficionados. The waitstaff was friendly enough but seemed taxed with what looked like a light crowd. (889 characters)

Photo of RutgersBeerGuy
4.33/5  rDev +11.6%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

The fiancee and I headed over to Triumph for an early dinner after spending a few hours at River Horse's Oktoberfest event across the river.

I hadn't been to the New Hope location before, and found it to be aesthetically appealing, if somewhat, shall we say, trendy. The bar is centrally located and has seating all around it, fake (or maybe dried) garlands of hop cones hang from the top of the bar. There is a side dining room and and upstairs dining room. We sat at a round bar table.

The fiancee only wanted a water, but I took the opportunity to have a very good pint of their ESB off the hand pump. I'm not a man to turn down cask ales. They also had their Honey Wheat, Bengal Gold IPA, Oktoberfest, Kolsch, and perhaps one other beer on tap. A sign tells you what is currently in the fermenters and aging, with a pils and a pumpkin catching my eye most.

I had the Tuscan wood-cooked pizza. Very good with Kalamata olive, roasted red peppers, and fresh mozzarella. The fiancee had the "grilled cheese" with Halloumi, Gruyere, and Pancetta. Certainly not your everyday grilled cheese and she loved it.

The bar fare is quite reasonable, but there is also a far costlier dinner menu.

The New Hope location lived up the expectations I've come to place on Triumph based on their Princeton spot. I've not yet been to the Philly location, but I'd assume it is a winner as well. (1,381 characters)

Photo of StoutHearted
4.5/5  rDev +16%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | food: 4.5

First thing you notice is a very crisp atmosphere that's kind of trendy. Wide, open space with the bar in the middle on the first floor, surounded by small tables. A band usually sets up on the side far from the door on weekends. Upstairs is a nice restaurant.

Beer is always a good representation of the style. Rarely do I see anything risky here, but there are always solid favorites. Some examples of their standards are the Honey Wheat, a Red Ale, an IPA, and the Porter. I had the Porter on cask last weekend and it was fantastic despite not being very robust. None of the beers are much over 6 percent, but make up in flavor what they lack in kick.

Food here is always good. I still have in my mind the delicious squash soup they had last winter, and I hope they put it back on the menu. Food at the bar consists of somewhat upscale versions of pub grub. The restaurant is a great place to bring your family for a nice meal. Get a seat by the window upstairs and you'll have a nice view of the train going by. Dinner is not cheap, but you're going to get a great meal. Never had a problem with service. (1,111 characters)

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Triumph Brewing Company in New Hope, PA
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