Triumph Brewing Company
Ratings: 69 | Reviews: 52 | Display Reviews Only:
Reviews by ummswimmin:
3.73/5 rDev -4.6%
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.
07-30-2011 23:30:12 | More by ummswimmin
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4.01/5 rDev +2.6%
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.
06-02-2014 14:41:19 | More by Shandycan
Triumph Brewing Company in New Hope, PA
88 out of 100 based on 69 ratings.