This location is actually more like "Foglesville" than it is Allentown but who am I to argue the Postal Service. The establishment is located at the intersection of Route 100 and 78 from an access road.
Sterile Buffalo Wings style environment with some HUGE TV's on the back wall broadcasting sports, some of the booths also have their own TV's to watch sports at your table. Service was fast up front but after that, we had to ask for our check after sitting for a good 15 minutes (only a few tables were occupied, most of the establishment was empty). Had a chicken mac-n-cheese but the chicken was fried chicken nuggets on top of pasty cheese macaroni.
They did have around (44) taps which ranged from typical macro to a few solid craft taps. The best beers on the menu were: Bell's - Two Hearted, Ballast Point - Grapefruit Sculpin', DFH - 90 Minute, DFH - American Beauty, Founders - Breakfast Stout, Funk - Citrus, Lagunitas - IPA, Stone - IPA, Troegs - Nugget Nectar, Troegs - Perpetual.
Not a destination for specialty taps but definitely a place to go for "solid" taps. Food was so-so, service was mediocre. Would be a great beer destination for the business traveler staying in the Foglesville area (since it's the best selection in a remote area). For us locals, there's far better beer bars in the LV but it all boils down to how far you want to travel.