Craft Beer Spotlight: Pearly Baker’s Alehouse
Pearly Baker’s Alehouse, located at 11 Center Square in downtown Easton, has a phenomenal atmosphere, exceptional food, and a killer beer and cocktail menu. One bite into their grass-fed, local beef burger and house-made yam chips and you’re hooked! The coolest part about this restaurant is their dedication to the earth. Their fryer oil is turned into fuel, their take-out containers, bags, and straws are vegetable-based, and their chef works with local farmers to bring fresh & local ingredients to the table every single day!
If you are a craft beer enthusiast and enjoy stretching your palette, they always have a large variety of draft options, from crisp lagers to imperial stouts and everything in between. If you are in in the Easton area and are looking for high-quality food, drink, live music, and entertainment, Pearly Baker’s will not disappoint. Mark your calendars for September 22nd as Pearly Baker’s Alehouse will be hosting Neshaminy Creek for a tap takeover. Come show your liver who’s boss.
If you are the outdoorsy type, don’t miss out on PB’s sister location, Mueller’s General Store, located right on the Delaware. You can walk, pedal, or float up on a tube and get your bait, tackle, groceries, and of course, craft beer to-go. They also feature a full-service restaurant with an array of comfort foods that will make you feel right at home. You can catch us there September 23rd for the 3rd Annual Riegelsville Brewfest on the Delaware!
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