Craft Beer Spotlight: The Devil’s Half Acre Tavern
The Devil’s Half Acre Tavern officially opened in September of 2016. The gastropub sits on Rt. 611 in Plumsteadville and gets its name from a piece of land located along the Delaware River between Point Pleasant and Lumberville.
The daily menu offers food choices for almost every taste; don’t skip the beer menu. The Shape of Hops to Come is always on tap. If you’re willing to expand your palate, go for one of the German beers that are no usually seen around here. You are sure to find something tasty from the draft, bottle, or can selection. The $2 off draft beer during happy hour and $5 apps will keep you happy.
Sunday Brunch options are omelets, pancakes, and benedicts which are variations on the classic dish.
Sausage and hot dogs are featured on their “Mondays are the Wurst” specials. $10 dollars allows you a variety of choices and a side
Tuesdays are the Burger Fight Night. Two burgers are paired against each other and the winning burger goes on to the next round. It’s a fun way of finding out which person in the party chose the better burger.
The Devil’s Half Acre Tavern – Quality Goods & Fine Liquids. Stop by don’t drive by.
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