Craft Beer Spotlight: Churchville Inn
The Churchville Inn building has was originally built in the 1800’s. In 1986, the Wallace Family renovated the building and opened it as The Churchville Inn, which has become an area landmark since then. The renowned area landmark has become a destination for beer and whiskey lovers. This American style casual restaurant is known for its burgers and traditional American fare. If you’re a BBQ lover then you should know their ribs are fingerlicious! Perhaps that is why they’ve earned a Zagat rating of 4.4 for their food.
Owned by the Wallace family for the last 30 years, the Churchville Inn is known for having an excellent beer selection including options from Belgium, Germany and sought after US based breweries, including Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co.
A morning fire in 2011 damaged the second floor of the building causing the inn to put in a modern kitchen and turning the second floor into a spacious bar area. With the additional outside patio seating you can enjoy a meal and beer or beverage of your choice in almost any weather.
The bar has live music and enough flat screen televisions that you can watch almost any sport your heart desires.
The Churchville Inn is located at 1500 Old Bustleton Pike, Churchville, PA 18966.
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