Broken Goblet Brewing, Bensalem, Pennsylvania

by Erich Martin

Apr 7, 2019

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As long as I have been of legal drinking age, I have made Broken Goblet Brewing a regular stop with friends.

 

The brewery was originally located about 30 minutes north of Philadelphia in an out-of-the-way industrial park. The unassuming building played host to years of beer festivals, live music and Kinky Quizzo. The new location in Bensalem features much more seating, room for music and event space. The beer, however, is unchanged.

 

When you step inside Broken Goblet on a normal Friday or Saturday evening, the first thing you will notice is how packed the space is. Finding a table isn’t always easy, but the crowds are friendly enough that standing for a beer is never a concern. At the new spot, seating is never an issue.

 

At any given time, Broken Goblet is serving up about eight different brews, ranging in style from its mild and drinkable saisons to special brews like The Fall of Rysengard, an obvious reference to the Lord of the Rings, and also an exceptional black rye beer.

 

Even with the brewery’s more topical brews, like No One Likes Us, We Don’t Care and the upcoming The Bryce is Right, honoring the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles and Bryce Harper of the Philadelphia Phillies, respectively, the brewery never fails to attract lines of fans willing to wait for a growler or pour.

 

When you add into consideration the festivals and events Broken Goblet holds, it is tough to not recommend Broken Goblet to someone with even a passing interest in beer. At the old and new locations, the owners’ and brewers’ love for their craft and product shines through.

 

Broken Goblet Brewing

1500 Grundy Lane

Bristol, PA 19007

267 812 5653

brokengoblet.com

 

 

 

 

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