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Tröegs Brewing Company
Active Beers: 31
Beer Ratings: 18,095
Beer Avg: 3.96
Taps: 13 / Bottles: -
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: Y
$$ - reasonable
[ Brewery, Bar, Eatery ]
200 East Hersheypark Dr
phone: (717) 534-1297
Thursday - sat 11am-10pm
They sell 22's, six packs (you can mix and match now), cases, growlers, pints, 1/2 pints, "year round" flights, and pick three flights.
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vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 5 | food: 4.75 | $
I live 10 minutes from Troegs. So My husband and I try to pace ourselves! The beers are amazing. I am a wheat kind of girl so I LOVE DreamWeaver... My husband is an IPA guy but loves to try the scratches too... His favorites are Nugget Nector, Mad Elf and the IPA's... The food is Great.. a bit eclectic which we LOVE... Not typical Pub food- much more exciting and delicious...The little store they have also has lots of goodies. If you are in the area...DO NOT MISS a visit to Troegs Brewing....
03-19-2013 16:40:08 |
More by klc17111
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4.75 | $$
I love them not having televisions. Very conversationalist atmosphere; have met great people from around the country at the brewery. Great food, awesome atmosphere, and even better beer! Some events can get crazy, but their success is certainly deserved and understandable.
02-09-2013 19:54:00 |
More by PerpetualNectar
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.75 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | $$
In September 2012 while in Pensilvania a group of us had the mad elf at a local bar and enjoyed it so much that we had to make a trip to Hershey. We enjoyed the self guided tours, the small gift shop and that you could buy bottled beer at the the brewery. Furthermore while on the self guided tour you could go the the counter and enjoy a fresh crafted beer as you viewed the fermentation vats, the bottling area and the small cask beer room. I highly recommend this to anyone that is in the Hershey PA area to make a reservation for the special guided behind the counter tour.
03-30-2013 17:23:26 |
More by reebrevlup
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.75 | food: 5 | $$
Recently 10 of us went on a PA brewery trip and Tröegs was by far the best we visited. We stopped by Friday night and the gift shop was closed but we ended up doing a sampler and getting food. Walking in the place is spectacular and spotless. The staff was very friendly and even though it was three people deep at the bar there was hardly any wait. With our samples we all ordered food and were ecstatic. The grilled cheeses and the pork belly with egg both were amazing and should be tried. Four of us left with filled growlers, cheap when it comes to that style grower and fill, and we had to come back the next morning because they were all empty. The self guided tour is very informative with all the informative stations and the gift shop had one of the best selections we've seen.
05-22-2013 19:52:23 |
More by NJBeer265
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.75 | food: 4 | $$
Large open space with windows into the brew works as well as the lab. Didn't take the tour, wanted to save time for tastings. Brewery serves decent food if you're stopping in for lunch. Go for the java head stout on a rainy afternoon, it tastes better on tap.
01-28-2013 03:52:00 |
More by PaleAlePat
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.75 | service: 5 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4.25 | $$
Compared to the old Troegs brewery, this one is incredible. Much more room to move around, and they offer real, and good, food now. There is a "self-guided tour" you can take for free while enjoying your fresh beer. It is not too spectacular, but it is a good way to pass the time while waiting for your grub to come up (even get buzzers like waiting for a table at a restaurant). The gift shop is spacious and offers up plenty of beer, accessories, and any other beer-related trinkets you can think of. The ACTUAL tour is $5 but it is well worth every cent. You get an in-depth tour from a knowledgeable member of the staff; along the way getting the usual hops, barley, etc exposure. An added bonus (if you're lucky) is to taste some not-yet-released (or named for that matter) beer. At the end of the tour you get some samples, and a free pint glass. Not bad for $5.
Now to the important part: the pub area. There is a LONG L-shaped bar allowing for plenty of space right up front. In addition to that, there is a VERY long beer hall style table. If you want some privacy there are plenty of booths and regular tables, including an area that is sectioned off from the bar (allowing for quieter dining I suppose)
Overall, it is a great place with good beer, and good food. Very easy to pop in for a quick beer, or to stick around and kill an evening before a nearby hockey game or Hershey Park trip. Definitely worth stopping by if you're in the area; maybe even worth the trip itself.
02-12-2013 20:56:08 |
More by jbdpsu82
District of Columbia
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.25 | food: 4.75 | $
Troegs is my hometown brewery, so I'll admit to the bias of a neighborhood devotee. But their move from Harrisburg down the road to the larger location in Hershey was an investment worth a good return. So, here's the advertisement:
The new space with its high ceilings full of the clean, active aromas of the brewing craft pull in patrons at all hours. Many of them spill out onto the porch with its wood stove and picnicky warmth.
One end of the tasting room contains a cafeteria-style snack bar that's more creative in its offerings than most of the restaurants nearby. There isn't a clear effort to match the food with the brews, but it all goes down together just right. There are tasty standards in the form of small bites, sides, and sandwiches--specials rotate frequently. And the prices make the whole experience a bargain.
Pour-staff are pleasant, knowledgeable, and patient with busy crowds of many different types of customers. They even keep up with the food menu and are on the money with pairing suggestions. Tastes of beer are free, multiple times over if one must debate; snifter samples are inexpensive; full pours are generous. Growler fills are efficient and very fairly priced, without restriction apart from the smallest-batch scratches.
Wandering through the self-guided tour is even fun, and the shop is nice, as well.
Even families find the atmosphere acceptable at the same time that serious hop-o-philes gather and others swill.
The place for suds in the sweetest place on earth.
05-20-2013 04:41:09 |
More by 1sophrosyne1
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4.75 | selection: 4.5 | food: 2.75 | $
Great experience both times at Troegs. Tasting room is the main attraction with all beer available on tap. The tasting room is a large barn like structure with many tables for tasters to enjoy and socialize, creating a great atmosphere. Pricing is low but even more than expected, even for a brewery. Food is not great, mostly snacks such as popcorn and pretzels, but let's be honest, you do not go to a brewery for the food. Everyone on staff is extremely helpful and friendly, great brewery! Be sure to check out the scratch brews while visiting, they are often very good!
05-04-2013 21:29:25 |
More by ZEB89
vibe: 4.75 | quality: 4.75 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4 | food: 4.25 | $$
Although I live in Maryland, Troegs is just over an hour from me, so I visit frequently. The Hershey brewery is a tremendous upgrade from the previous Harrisburg location. The hours are great on both weekdays and weekends and the location is convenient for those visiting Hershey park. Troegs offers growler fills, pints and flights in the tasting room, along with an improved menu. The popcorn and fries are both great. The store offers single bottles, six-packs and cases, along with Troegs swag. The prices on the to-go beers are not spectacular, but the freshness cannot be beat. Troegs brewery is a great place to stop for a pint and a snack, or to hangout and have a few.
05-07-2013 14:35:44 |
More by stephenjmoore
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Tröegs as a beer bar? Hard for me to wrap my head around it but they do have a full service bar. And clearly a BFG bought off on it, so here goes.
Atmosphere: Since the renovation, the tasting room and gift shop have become much more inviting. Immediately on entrance, the growler filling bar and pizza ovens are on the left. To the right, tall bar tables with stools and the regular bar. Tables line a walkway back to the gift shop/case sales area. Two coolers near the bar provide take-out bottles. The walls are adorned with Tröegs artwork, magazine clippings and GABF medals.
Quality: The service is good, if a little understaffed at times. Cleanliness is high, including the men's room. The stone-topped bar is a nice visual touch.
Service: The crew running the taps is efficient and very friendly. I've been called 'sir' there more times that I deserve. There is no table service though, order at the bar and pay at the bar.
Selection: The regular line-up is always on (hopback, troegenator, rugged trail, etc.). Seasonals include the greatest beer known to man, Nugget Nectar, and Mad Elf. In addition to the tap handles for pints, samplers and growlers, the coolers stock all bottled offerings (single bombers and 12 oz. six packs). If you're looking for cases, the gift shop sells bomber cases (12 bottles) and 12 oz cases (24 bottles). Another plus is the on-going Scratch series of one-off beers. Once they are gone, though, they're gone. An upcoming Splinter Series of barrel-aged brews is in process as well. It's hard to be disappointed. The only thing that bugs me is that a case of bombers runs $60 while a case of 12 oz bottles runs $40. Explain that one to me.
Food: Since remodeling the tasting room, they've added a limited menu. I've never eaten here though, so I'll stick with 'N/A'.
10-05-2009 23:56:27 |
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Tröegs Brewing Company in Hershey, PA