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Sunday, September 25, 2005
Firewaters in Glen Mills, PA
Quick post to let you all know that Firewaters looks like the real deal positioned nicely at Routes 1 & 202 (and nicely next to Hooters). Lloyd and I did a dry run (OK, not really so "dry"! :), but before I rave too much, I think it deserves another, longer look.
I stopped by Beer Advocate before I wrote this for a peek at what others might think. There were only two reviews, but I was surprised by the negativity in both of the reviews. The general idea is that Firewaters claims to have 50 beers on tap and 101 bottle varieties. The tap selection was varied, interesting, and difficult to find the Bud, Coors, or Miller amongst them. Taps included Avery, Pyramid, Stoudt's, Victory, just to name a very few. The bottles ranged from Chimay, to several Rogue varieties, St. Bernardus, and so on.
It was dead after the Eagles game and we only stayed 20 minutes, but we both left wanting to go back again soon and check it out. Stay tuned and I'll be back with more information as soon as we gather it!
p.s. There are two other locations; 1 in Hackensack, NJ and one in Atlantic City, NJ.