The Kutztown Tavern is home to the Golden Avalanche Brewing Company. It's kind of tricky since the one place has duel identities.
The atmosphere is quite nice. Very spacious, good lighting, and noticably clean. Black and white pictures of PA Dutch Country decorate the walls, but the place has a modern feel.
The menu is extensive, with everything from sandwiches to steaks to seafood. My friend and I got pretzel pizzas (although I'm not sure what made them "pretzel"). They were very good. Not too heavy, good flavor, and dripping with cheese. This is the type of pizza you need a knife and fork to eat.
For beer, it seemed like most of the options are lager-derivations, which makes sense in Yuengling country. They also have a stout, brown ale, and Donner Weis. Their seasonals were an Apricot Amber and a Winter Solstice Double IPA. I got the Apricot Amber, which was tasty. The primary flavor was the beer with apricot kicking in at the end. I was worried it might be the other way around. My friend got the Winter Solstice. As a hophead, he seemed to enjoy it.
On the premises are also a beer take-out place (6 packs in PA are always nice to see) and a bar called Shorty's. Parking can be found in a municipal lot behind the Tavern off of whiteoak street.
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