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Pearly Baker's Alehouse

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Pearly Baker's AlehousePearly Baker's Alehouse

19 Ratings
Ratings: 19
Reviews: 16
rAvg: 3.98
pDev: 9.8%
Taps: 30
Bottles: 0
Cask: N
Beer-to-Go: N
[ Bar, Eatery ]

11 Centre Square
Easton, Pennsylvania, 18042
United States
phone: (610) 253-9949

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Photo of JimmyAloysius
3/5  rDev -24.6%

JimmyAloysius, Jun 22, 2014
Photo of tomgoehring
4.5/5  rDev +13.1%

tomgoehring, Mar 18, 2014
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4/5  rDev +0.5%

ColForbinBC, Feb 15, 2014
Photo of sluggo013
4.16/5  rDev +4.5%

Great selection of local craft beers and very knowledgable. They have a real passion for good food and beer and a creative and tasty menu for both. The atmosphere is very chill and it draws a wide-ranging crowd. Overall, an enjoyable experience every time I've visited,

sluggo013, Jun 24, 2013
Photo of Knapp85
3.54/5  rDev -11.1%

Stopped in here for a dew quick rounds after seeing Dana Carvey at the State Theater up the road. The bar is nice looking with a ton of tap handles surrounding the wall above the bar. The place was pretty busy and we still managed to find a spot at the bar. They have a good selection of beers from local breweries to others outside the state and country. The service was friendly and prompt. The Breakfast Stout I got on tap was a bit on the flat side so I was a bit disappointed by that. We never got any food although people were ordering it and it looked good. Overall it's a nice place and worth looking into.

Knapp85, Jan 11, 2013
Photo of claspada
4.2/5  rDev +5.5%

Nice variance of seating: table, booth and bar. Wait staff and bartenders was super helpful and overly nice. The insanity that must be the hundred and hundreds of tap handles along the wall and ceiling is just crazy, they musty get one for every beer they get on draft which is awesome.
The quality of their lines have always been top notch as I have gone the day that they change them and they are always fresh. The line-up is usually a mix of super local stuff (from breweries I have never heard of) and quality easier to get local stuff (Yards, Weyerbacher, etc.).
If you are in Easton I would choose this place over anywhere else because it is right on the cirlcle and has super quality beers and ambiance (get some Sogo sushi close by if you are into that kind of thing).

claspada, Dec 03, 2012
Photo of Flounder57
4.05/5  rDev +1.8%

We stopped in here this past Saturday after visiting Weyerbacher. The place is located in downtown Easton and we looked online for a place with a good draft selection and this is what we got.

This is a long restaurant with 20+ seats at the bar with high top booths and tables up front, table seating out back and more seating up stairs. Another cool thing is that they rotate a lot of draft in out and they have over a 100 taps hanging from the ceiling of breweries across the US.

The quality and selection of the beer was good. Over 20 draft selections and a good mixture of local breweries and styles too. It was good to see a nice blend of styles to offer. They do have some specialty bottles from time to time, but we came for the drafts and some food.

The service was good and our bartender was very knowledgeable about the local brews. We were able to try a quick sample of a few different breweries before making our choice on what we wanted to drink.

As for food, pretty simple menu here. We both got some delicious French onion soup and sandwiches that were served with yam chips.

This was in between a bit pricey and leaning a bit towards the reasonable side. Prices seemed to vary with all the different ABV's. Roughly 7/7.50 average for a draft.

Other than that, we were happy r
to have found this place and it was also easy to hop back on the highway to visit our buddy in Long Island.

Flounder57, Nov 30, 2012
Photo of beerboy430
4.53/5  rDev +13.8%

I stopped in downtown easton's top tap beer bar. 25 beers on tap, most of which were craft brews (yay). The selection was a wide variety of styles from porters to IPAs and american belgins a
to belgins from belgim. The prices ran from 2$ to 9$ all served in pints. I was super happy and nicely buzzed from a 25oz bottle of red and white from dogfish. My buddy was enjoying the founders imperial stout and would not shut up about how nice and fresh it was.
The food matched well with the beer. Great burgers to amazing entrees. If you are in downtown easton Pa check it out and enjoy the beer. Cheers to all the beer geeks

beerboy430, Mar 10, 2012
Photo of chefguy
4.68/5  rDev +17.6%

nice place right smack dab in the heart of Easton. decent enough tap selection, around 20 almost all craft brews. good variety of styles, some top notch selections. Had the Bethleham Brew Works Insidious imperial Stout, absolutely delicious and clearly fresh. Spoke with Josh the beer manager. He is bringing in some more obscure belgians and is very knowlegable and enthusiastic.
Food is great...calamari was perfectly crispy and not greasy. burger made with local beef Gruyere cheese and mushrooms was about as great as you'll ever have. service was impeccable with serveral servers making sure we were well taken care of. Food came out very quickly. decor is really nice, great long wood bar in front, antique dining room in back.
prices were very reasonable by NY / NJ standards but probably above the norm for Easton. (burgers starting at $7, beers $5 and up.) fries extra but terrific yam chips included and really good, fries were perfect too.
highly recommended I'll go anytime i'm in area and would probably be a regular if local.

chefguy, Feb 29, 2012
Photo of smakawhat
3.8/5  rDev -4.5%

A real nice historic looking building housing a decent selection of on tap offerings. There are about 10-15 taps but the bottle list is about five, maybe six macros. Good chance you will find here on tap Weyerbacher, Victory some Troegs, and perhaps some Flying Fish. I was quite surprised to find Summit here from Minnesota.

Very family and kid friendly (there were lots of kids in the dining room when i went to have lunch) the staff are also quite nice and can help with suggestions. Can only comment on lunch items which were pretty basic but fine nothing really unique or stellar.

smakawhat, Jul 23, 2011
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Pearly Baker's Alehouse in Easton, PA
90 out of 100 based on 19 ratings.