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General Lafayette Inn & Brewery

General Lafayette Inn & BreweryGeneral Lafayette Inn & Brewery

68 Ratings
Ratings: 68
Reviews: 68
rAvg: 4.16
pDev: 10.34%
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[ Brewery ]

646 Germantown Pike
Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania, 19444
United States
phone: (610) 941-0600
// CLOSED //

The pub is closed, but the brewery continues to produce beer for wholesale distribution.

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Photo of Katahdin
2.1/5  rDev -49.5%

Highly overrtaed with average food, below average beers and above average prices. Stay away or bring tons of gold!!!

The quality of their beers needs to be improved. I last had the Fugazi. . How do you create a Lager out of a blend of Ales ... you don't. Their Mirage tasted more like City water than an amber ale, and their Paul's sason was one of the worst interpretations of a Framhouse Ale I have ever tried.

They wanted $9 for a cheeseburger and extra if you wanted fries. The wait staff was very unattentive.

Katahdin, Nov 12, 2009
Photo of beertwisted
3.05/5  rDev -26.7%

I became a member of the "mug club" during my first visit. The great thing (for me) was that I was so close to work, so how could I go wrong. The food was a little on the pricey side, but the quality was good to better then good. The service was mediocre at best, maybe because we were regulars and were demanding at times, but no more then the average Joe off the street.

The mug club allowed a free selection from the menu and a mug of beer after the first 10 fills of approx. 20oz. This kind of offering to members was a bargain if you came at least once a week and became a mug club member at the beginning of the year. Unfortunately for me this was not the case, and I was not told the details of the club when I bought it. It was ok considering I started in early July and still had half a year to get my monies worth.

Their beers fluctuated in quality from one week to the next, even if you were drinking the same beer you had a week ago. Most of the beers I tried, and I tried them all, were nothing to write home about. They were decent beers but nothing really memorable. One of my associates loved the mead and I too enjoyed its company from time to time.

The "General's" service is what kept me from coming back after six months of diligent service. This is a brewpub for the occasional visit, not for someone entertaining the notion of being in the mug club. Being dedicated to any one bar/brewery/pub is enough work as it is without having to pay$40+ for a mug that you will feel obligated to get your moneys worth.

Still some beers are worth a try and the food will make amends for the service.


beertwisted, Jul 01, 2007
Photo of Chinon01
3.3/5  rDev -20.7%

I've been a regular at The General for maybe ten years. The atmosphere is warm dark spacious and friendly. The American Revolution period history of the place very cool. Service is always friendly and efficient. Great people. The food to me has always been disappointing so I rarely eat there anymore. I recently had their new flatbread pizza. It was disappointing as well with the crust like a cracker, uninspiring meat and absent tasting cheese. The beers have been better too. I recall the Chocolate Thunder stout being better. It now has an undesireable tart flavor which dominates. Their ESB recently had a similar tartness. The Pacific Pale Ale and Sunset Red Ale are still solid though and they have decent guest beers from Sly Fox and others. They feature two cask beers which is nice as well. They also installed flat screens which were sorely needed to replace the CRT sets they had before.
There are several new casual restaurants in the Northwest that have a clear edge on The General in all areas save atmosphere and service. My advice would be that they've done a great job with the guest beers and flatscreens. I'd suggest though that they get all their beers back to where they were and foodwise to invest in doing one thing great. Right now there is nothing that I go to the General for in regard to their food.


Chinon01, Jan 19, 2010
Photo of thefireman
3.35/5  rDev -19.5%

Great old place located on Germantown Pike on what was once known as Barren Hill. Very old, historic building. If you like beer, this place is real nice. The rasberry mead is great. Good selection of brews on tap.

The food, however, is quite expensive. What do you expect in the Plymouth-Whitemarsh area. That would be ok if it had any taste. Bland, cold, and just plain small portions. The service was not the best, either.

If you like good beer, by all means this is a great place. If you're looking for eats, move on.

thefireman, Oct 28, 2004
Photo of Sammy
3.51/5  rDev -15.6%

Not many taps, and a smoking and non-smoking side. Most of the action was on the former, and they seemed challenged and testy in serving a moderate volume of clients. The inside has an interesting unique history, but you have to research it elsewhere. Some high A.B.V. selections, and several written warnings not to overdo it, maximum 3 points of these. A long drive, but not a complicated one, to a deep suburb in Philadelphia, which we did not mind on a beautiful night. Lots of free parking out here.

Sammy, May 12, 2005
Photo of mhatters
3.53/5  rDev -15.1%

The bar in the basement is nice - dark, three connected rooms with a bar in 2 and nice comfortable chairs in the 3rd. The rest of the place is kind of sterile - similar to where a wedding reception would be held. The run 6-10 of their own products at a time, some a quite good, some are just OK. Friendly staff who can easily get overwhelmed as this place does get crowded. Their Abbey Bruin and Porter are particular favorites of mine. Well worth the trip, a nice way to spend a rainy Saturday, located on the turn on the Germantown Pike.

mhatters, Apr 19, 2009
Photo of Seanibus
3.63/5  rDev -12.7%

A strange little place - a mix of history and pleasant bar-like squalor. The interior is warm and welcoming, but clearly rundown (the recent cable TV show talking about this as one of America's most haunted inns definitely made it look tidier than it is). But still, it looks like a well-worn watering hole. The day I visited, I found the service friendly but spotty - one bartender dealing with the entire bar dining area. It wasn't crowded, but he was obviously a bit stressed by the experience. The food was basic, clean and tasty and offered at a reasonable price. The beer, however, is the reason to go - it's not perhaps the best beer in the world, but its creative, interesting and drinkable - the very mild Mirage Belgian Pale Ale, weighing in at only 2.7 ABV, was the hit - it is dense and flavorful far beyond its near-beer alcohol content. Well worth a trip out to this place. But we never did see a ghost.

Seanibus, Nov 25, 2008
Photo of akorsak
3.63/5  rDev -12.7%

During a visit to the in-laws, we made a stop at the General Lafayette.

A: The place is a converted old farmhouse that is high on charm. There are several dining areas, including a semi-private room that our large party was given without question.

Q: Food was decent, service was not, beer was. Basically a zero-sum.

Ser: Service was slow at best, completely inattentive at worst. During a full meal in which you could expect 3 or so pints, I got one and had to beg three times to get the vintage beer listing.

Sel: They offered 9 house brews, an additional on cask as well as a true jewel, a vintage beer listing from which I chose a 2003 barleywine that aged nicely.

F: Food came out somewhat bland, with my meatloaf lacking any personality and in desperate need of some spices. Sausage and cheese plate was also just okay.

Follow-up: As a result of the Winterfest and the 275th Anniversary celebration, food makes a big jump from 2.5 to 4.0 and the overall quality jumps from 3.0 to 4.0.

akorsak, Aug 20, 2006
Photo of mymrnngjckt
3.79/5  rDev -8.9%

Stop here on a recent pub crawl. Easy to find right on the Germantown Pike.

The atmposphere was old. This place is a bit anncient but quaint look. A lot of little spaces and many things to look at. We were surprised to see the bar full at 2:00 on a Saturday. That is always a good sign.

We went up to the bar to order our drinks and the barternder took our orders and brought our beers over to our table quickly. The beers were $5 for a pint. I thought this was a bit pricey so we only stayed for one. My fear of inflated prices was confirmed when my growler of Rasberry Meade cost me $30. Yikes. But it was very good.

Didn't try the food but it looked good.

mymrnngjckt, Oct 24, 2007
Photo of leftmindedrighty
3.83/5  rDev -7.9%

Went there Friday night to see a friend's band, Downtown Harvest. Great Band, but thats not what this is for is it?

Got banged for a $5 cover charge, but that happens when they have good live music or some other special occasion. Great selection on tap, the number was around 8-10 different house made beers.

The highlight by far is the cask conditioned ales, Their cask Pale Ale is some of the best beer I can find fresh locally. Its too bad they won't fill growlers of their cask stuff, but thats normal and you can't subtract points for that.

Good place to visit if your local or in the area, but try to go on off nights (or during the day), Friday and Saturday night brings in a crowd, and makes it a little more difficult to enjoy the beer without being distracted to go party down like its on sale for $19.99.

leftmindedrighty, Oct 22, 2006
Photo of ecoboy
3.86/5  rDev -7.2%

An immediate caveat. I gave this place a 4 on atmosphere because of the actual structure that houses it, but it's between this and Nodding Head for most second hand smoke. Non-smokers should adjust atmosphere to a 1.5.

This is, in fact, the brewpub that got me to begin railing against the limitations on brewpubs' ratings. A General Lafayette experience is only connected to a brewpub in a strip mall experience in that there are copper kettles in the building. It made me want to create a column like our local weekly free paper has, sort of a situational brewpub finder: "If you have only seven dollars..." "If you like water views..." "If you simply must have one beer and get going in ten minutes..." Then, for GL, I'd list it under "If you have a love of American History..." and "If you want to stay upstairs from the mash tun..." (although the B and B is actually just on the grounds) with inns in Norwich, VT and Woodstock, NH.

Enough: Built in 1732, the building is a classic atlantic states inn. Absolutely bee-yoo-ti-ful. Historical art. Low ceilings. Patterned wallpaper in the entry! (Think about it for a minute and how that might fit in at your local.)

It was a Monday night in winter, and I felt the bar a bit understaffed. One girl seemed to be trying to handle the entire downstairs bar area. No big deal, sat down to $4 pint of "Holiday Cheer." Not for the added flavor haters, but I thought the brewer had done a great service to the notion of cranberries and spices in an ale. 6.1% abv and tasty! then a pint of Miracle Ale which surprised me. A mistake in brewing (refrigeration had broken down) a regular offering had resulted in something I would descibe as a cross between an Anchor Steam and a Double Brown. I thought it interesting that there on the chalkboard, they would explain their malfunction and let the drinker judge the result.

A really cool place that asthmatics should avoid.

ecoboy, Apr 11, 2003
Photo of BARFLYB
3.98/5  rDev -4.3%

I've been coming to the general on and off for a bunch of years, I have alot of good memories here and a bad one. This place is either hit or miss and like most things, everything runs in cycles.

The atmosphere is old and semi rustic and very historic. It's a big building with many knooks and crannies and to tell you the truth I have got lost in here on many occasions. If it was not for the new TV's in the game room, you would think you were living about 200 years ago. The general is a very dark place, so I always seem to get drunker quicker. A nice two sided bar area with small tables around with bigger tables in the quaint dining room.

The quality is well, it's varied. I've had beer here in the past that does not taste the same on return visits, Im all about tweaking, but some things are greatly different. The lines are not dirty or anything though. The two cask offerings keep things interesting especially when Chocolate Thunder Porter is on cask and the regular side by side. All in all, the beer tastes good.

I've never had bad service here, everybody is upbeat to an extent for such a dark and old timey place. Beers were brought forth in a timely fashion. Chris (the brewer) is good people. I was let down that the Raspberry Mead was currently on hiatus and without hesitation he pulled some Braggot(which is the mead without the raspberries) from the basement along with some other goodies. He loved to talked beer and I had a great time talking with him.

A nice selection of beer here that ranges from light to dark, low abv to higher %ages, but nothing to terribly high in ABV. They limit the amount of higher ABV offerings so you can drive home safer. I like that they care enough not to let you get to drunk, not that Im a big lush or anything, but sometimes I get a bit surly. There is also a nice selection of liquor and I believe wine. Some vintage bottles of stuff to if you talk to the right person.

I heard bad things about the food here. I've had it in the past and ate it so I could drink more, so for this recent visit, I did not partake, so I won't put it into my rating. I will say that the stuff I saw other people ordering did not look that appetizing to me. I'll give it a whirl next time.

The general puts on a few events each year. I had a good time at the stone soup although the outcome was not that good in more ways than one. They also do a pints for pets fundraiser, and since Im a dog guy, im all for that. I remember being here years ago and a bunch of dogs were chilling in one of the back rooms, interesting to say the least.

I like this place and I hope it the best. It's really a rocky time in this current economic state, so it's important that all of us beer drinkers drink local from time to time. I'll do my part as well.

BARFLYB, May 02, 2010
Photo of pezoids
4/5  rDev -3.8%

We stopped by the General for a few drinks on an early Saturday evening. This was my first and only visit. This was a very interesting old building. The downstair bar area had low ceilings and exposed wood beams, and the walls white-washed. We were ushered into a wooden booth without any wait. There was a fire burning in the corner (and it was COLD outside), complete with muskats hanging over the fireplace. I ordered the beer sampler, which included 6 of their beers. I had the waitress choose them for me. ( I mean they only had about 8 draught beers) They were served in small 5 oz. mugs. Almost like shots. My better half got a wine glass full of their Biere de Framboises, which was very good.

I liked the atmosphere of the place. It was old, small, quaint and down to earth. I could easily picture some colonials gathered around in the cramped bar enjoying pints of ale and chatting it up.

We didn't eat, but I have heard from reliable sources tha the food is pretty damn good. The beers were very good and I felt like I stepped back in time visiting this place (until we went outside and you saw the gleaming stainless steel tanks in the atrium!) I want to go back already.

Recommended for beer lovers and history buffs alike.

pezoids, Jan 26, 2004
Photo of bonkers
4/5  rDev -3.8%

My wife and I had dinner here the other night. The Inn is a Colonial era building, and the architecture and ambiance are reflected in this. The bar area is a bit dark, and this is where we ate. I was very suprised at how dead the place was-maybe 10 people in there Sunday at 6 during an Eagles game. We sat at a small table and our server was courteous and knowledgedable about the menu. My tuna was very good and my wife enjoyed her meal. The beer was solid overall. I would go back if I was in the area, but would not make a special trip.

bonkers, Oct 21, 2009
Photo of oberon
4/5  rDev -3.8%

I frequent this place alot because I live close and I love the old building,nice old wrap around bar with one room having a nice fireplace although it does get really smokey in there on a weekend night.Now in the restaurant the service is usually pretty bad it seems like alot of time they forget about you,but in the bar area it seems to get a little better although when busy it can get bad at times.The food has been hit or miss as well,have gotten cold soup a few times but have had some good dishes as well.The beer is by far the best ranging from raspberry mead to Belgian dark ales to pilsners most are of real good quality and there are usually two on hand pump.I go there alot if that tells ya somethin at times rough around the edges but hey maybe thats the way it should be.

oberon, Jan 22, 2004
Photo of RedBaron
4/5  rDev -3.8%

My fiance and I had the good fortune to spend two nights in the inn during our recent trip to Philly. Located in Lafayette Hill (an old suburb about 25 minutes from downtown Philly), and adjacent to a 18th century Lutheran church, the General Lafayette Inn and Brewery is an historic inn that serves real ale, and (presumabley) honest lagers.

Though they serve roughly 8 beers at any given time, I only tried two on our visit: The Pacific Pale Ale and the Sunset Red. The Pacific Pale ale was a nice, crisp and hoppy brew, unfiltered, and of medium body. Very nice aperitif. The Sunset Red was one of my favorite beers of my entire trip. A nice English-style bitter, its body was a brilliant amber, had a certain smokeyness to the malt flavor, yet had an incredible hop aroma and a wonderful dry finish. Served from the cask in an imperial pint at about 55F, this was marvelous!

We ate two meals here: dinner on Friday night, and brunch on Sunday morning. The dinner was pretty damn bland. I had the 'Bayou' Chicken salad, and although the adorning produce was fresh, and the black beans on the side a were nice touch, the chicken was basically unseasoned. 'Bayou' chicken? Where was the darn creole seasoning? Kim had beef quesadillas and they forgot to add the queso! The side order of quacamole was starting to turn brown, too. Por qua? Fortunately, the brunch on Sunday morning made up for it. Nothing spectacular, but the eggs benedict was made right, and tasty, and the fresh fruits and smoked trout (*mmmm*) was quite yummy.

The atmosphere and the ale is what sells the joint, though. Housed in an 18th-century building that originated as an inn (1732, I believe), this place is a shrine to General Lafayette and Native American warriors, with beautiful portraits adorning the pub. Paneled in heavy oak, with dim lighting (mainly candles), a nice, separate billiards room, a stellar jukebox (the Smiths were pumping out, in a low volume, when we first entered the pub), and two nice bars, this place just oozes charm and history. Although the bar staff was nice, they weren't very attentive, particularly to patrons sitting in the smaller of the two bars. That said, it was still a great visit, and the inn itself - located in a separate, Victorian cottage behind the pub - made us feel warm and cozy. We enjoyed our stay at this fine site.

RedBaron, Sep 16, 2004
Photo of BigMike
4/5  rDev -3.8%

I used to frequent this place a lot when i was younger.
Place looks like its a million years old but thats part of its character.
I've seen a lot of live musical acts there as well.
Beer selection is pretty good and you can buy your own mug that they keep there and you can reuse each time you come.
I'll be honest. I can't remember ever eating here so i can't review the food.
They do have a pool table though and this place can get crowded too.

The Irish Pub Brittinghams thats next door is a neat little place too. I went there on my 21st B-day.

BigMike, Feb 19, 2009
Photo of ark57
4.03/5  rDev -3.1%

I went here with a group on New Years and we loved it. The food was excellent and the beer was fantastic. The Biere de framboise was my favorite and I could have sat there drinking that all night. Also notable is their Raspberry Mead. I had never had a fruited mead before and was interested to give this a try. To eat I had rack of lamb and was expecting what you ghet in most restauarants, 3 or 4 ribs. They served 8. It was a lot and I was stuffed by the end.
It was a limited menu that night, but waht they had was good enough for me.

ark57, Feb 12, 2004
Photo of foureyedgeek
4.05/5  rDev -2.6%

A coworker and I stopped here while we were out east for training. After stopping at Capone's this place was very easy to get to, right down the road.

We parked in the back and tried to go in through the kitchen before realizing the real entrance was around front. What can I say, it was a dark and rainy night.

Atmosphere was very nice, reeking of history, great wooden bar. I wish we'd walked around the place a little more, but we never ventured into the dining room or upstairs. Still a smoky bar, but no huge complaints, we were spoiled being at Sly Fox and Iron Hill the night before.

Quality was good, tasty beers were had. I had short pours of the IPA, the Red on cask and the Pacific Pale. Really enjoyed the first two but the Pale was just ok. Would have liked to try a few more, but they were out of growlers. No huge deal, but kind of an off point. My coworker really enjoyed his beers.

Food menu was interesting. My corworker had the chicken breast and I wanted the fish & chips, but they were out. Doh!
I ended up getting the cheese plate and the quail. Both were very tasty. My coworker's meal came with mac and cheese, of which he ordered seconds. I got to eat some of that and it was very tasty.

Service was good, attentive but not pressing.

Very cool place, one I'd like to go back to when I'm in the area. Hoepfully that time they will have the fish & chips.

foureyedgeek, Feb 27, 2008
Photo of tim9887
4.06/5  rDev -2.4%

Great atmosphere - very intimate and cozy and I was welcomed by the aroma of a fire going in the fireplace. I didn't have any of their food so I can't speak for that. However, the beer is great. They had their Chocolate Thunder Porter & Phantom Spawn (an English-style bitter) on cask, which were both awesome. Also, I tried their Holiday Cheer & highly-rated Alt! Who Goes There? which were both really good as well. The Alt! is a great German-style altbier, very smooth and malty. The Holiday Cheer is comparable to Harpoon's Winter Warmer - has a great holiday spice statement. The bar area is small so it can get crowded but overall it's a fun place to go check out and drink some really fresh and really good beer. The bartenders were very friendly and provided good service as well. I don't mind paying $5/pint when the beer is this fresh and this good.

tim9887, Dec 18, 2009
Photo of DrJay
4.08/5  rDev -1.9%

Wow, does this place reek of history! Great atmosphere with dark rooms, low ceilings, and slightly cramped spaces that transport you to another era. I showed up at lunch on a Sunday, so the brunch buffet was in full swing in the dining room. Only one of the two bars was open, which was fine since there weren't many people in this section. Decent ventilation kept smoke to a minimum. I tried a sampler of beers and was impressed with the lot - I had six out of ~10 that were available. Overall, these were top notch brews that all had superb texture and body. Unfortunately there was no cask on at the time. So I ordered a pint with my lunch (Sunset Red - very nice) and was pleasantly surprised that it came in a 20oz glass! I hadn't seen one of those since heading across the border from Toronto. My fish & chips were okay, the burgers and wings looked pretty good too. The portion sizes were fair and quite appropriate for lunch. This is another great brew/pub that I've hit since moving to the Philly burbs. I'll definitely try to make my way back here on a regular basis.

DrJay, Jul 07, 2006
Photo of scoobybrew
4.1/5  rDev -1.4%

The wife and I stopped into General Lafayette on a recent trip to Philadelphia. We actually stayed the night at the adjoining inn, but since this is a beer website, I'll just focus on the tavern/brewery. It was later in the evening and the dining room was closed, so we seated ourselves in a corner table in the bar area, which is in the basement. It was a very cozy with dim lighting and a grand looking bar built in the center of the room. Giving the age of the building, it had a bit of historic charm happening. Our waitress was quick, attentive and knew the beer she was serving. She even brought us a taste of the 'secret' beer shortly after she brought us our sampler that we ordered. All beers in the sampler were very well done, but I settled on the cask ale and then afterwards had the secret beer. The late night menu is limited to bar food, but our sandwiches were tasty nonetheless. Given the quality of the atmosphere and quality of the beer, I would stop in next time we're in the area.

scoobybrew, Jun 23, 2008
Photo of HopDerek
4.1/5  rDev -1.4%

Stopped in on a Saturday just after lunchtime. The place was easy to find (although the road it's on is a pain with traffic and lights) and parking is ample. Walking in we found the bar area ahead of us and the dining area to the left. As the one dining area was occupied by a party, we decided to head into the bar for our stay.

The bar (and the rest of the place as well) is very historic, dark, and old, with wood everywhere. The bar is actually split into two separate rooms, one smoking, one nonsmoking, both with plenty of seats at the bar as well as a few tables. I believe the smoking bar was larger and had more seating. A chalkboard as well as taps menu shows the current selection, which consisted of 11 taps, 10 regular and 1 on cask, and all brewed on premises. There is actually a plexiglass hole in the floor of the bar to see downstairs where the tanks are held.

We found a table in the bar area and were quickly welcomed and given menus by the bartender. All the beers we tried were very good for the styles, my favorite being the Chocolate Thunder Porter. The food was also very good and at reasonable prices for the portions, and served on old pewter plates. Items ranged from salads, calamari, sandwiches, burgers, and cheese plates to main entrees like crabcakes, salmon, steak, and chicken.

The General Lafayette Inn has a really cool historic feel, very good food, and a nice selection of quality beers. I'll definitely go back.

HopDerek, May 05, 2008
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4.13/5  rDev -0.7%

The General Lafayette Inn & Brewery has had a slightly rocky history in it's short years. I remember really enjoyable nights listening to the Greatful Dead, playing pool or darts, and enjoying a myriad of different style beers in my mug club stein from brewer Owen Hutchins. But there's no more "Dead nights", and there's no more Owen, and the beers aren't the same "free form" expressions of malt and hops that they used to be, but... they're all really pretty good! The bar itself is very small, but the crowd usually isn't too big either. Brewer Chris Leonard is producing some really nice beers, particularily his "Over The Hop IPA" and the "Alt, who goes there?" But the seasonals change like the wind and they usually offer something especially nice. The restaurant almost operates as a seperate entity, and I'd recommend it, but it is a bit pricey. I generally just have something from the bar menu. The food is good. The beers are better. An excellent place to hang out for an afternoon away from work, or to spend a laid back night out. And if you're coming in from out of town, they have a B&B as well.

NeroFiddled, Jul 18, 2002
Photo of jrancan
4.13/5  rDev -0.7%

It's been a long time coming writing a review of the General. I've always loved the atmosphere because of the history of the building and the huge fireplace in the dining room. As mentioned in prior reviews, too much smoke.
Beers are always top notch and the food, especially the hearty soup, is always tasty. My only complaint, is sometimes the service is slow. It's not the bartenders fault, the bar is built connecting two rooms, so if one side is busy it's hard to notice that someone is waiting on the other side. It seems I always find myself coming here in the winter to sit by the fire and waste the day away. Well worth a visit.

jrancan, May 22, 2003
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General Lafayette Inn & Brewery in Lafayette Hill, PA
93 out of 100 based on 68 ratings.