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Selinsgrove Brewing Company

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121 N Market St, Selinsgrove, PA 17870

(570) 374-7308

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Today: 11:30 am - 11:00 pm
22
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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Phone: (570) 809-9350

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Categories
Brew Pubs, Bar & Grills, Beer & Ale, American Restaurants, Restaurants
Other Information

Parking: Street

Bike Parking: Yes

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

Cuisines: Brew Pubs, American, Bar & Grills

Price Range : Average

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RoarLions

03/10/2011

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Overall
Fantastic Experience

Fantastic beer, great service and cozy atmosphere.

The variety and quality of beer set the standard for local micro-breweries. Actually, they set the standard for all micro-breweries. RateBeer dot com has them among the Top 100 Brewers in the world going against heavyweights like Victory and Troegs. Their fruit beer is not my style, but they have two of the Top 10 Best Fruit Beers in the World with the The Phoenix Kriek and Saison de Peche according to ratebeer (Rodney S. should stick to Miller Lite). The Scottish is my favorite, followed closely by the IPA. Both are bold, hoppy and memorable. For a change of pace, I go with the Dunkleweizen which is crisp and has hints of clove and banana. If you have someone in your party who is less adventerous, the Captain Selin Ale is very drinkable and not overpowering at all. Be careful, some of the beers have very high alcohol content.

The food and service are surprisingly good. The kitchen is tiny but manages to put out great pub fare like pretzel sandwiches and a great vegetarian chili (Even I loved it!) The specials are creative and usually offer some tie-in to the season. The price is moderate and a value compared to the quality. A growler refill is around $18 depending on what kind of beer you're getting. They have some very cool fancy-schmancy growlers if you want to own something more than the standard one.

Overall, this is a fantastic place to hang out, have some great beers and BS with friends.

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