Triumph, Tracks and Taverns

Train Sign as seen in American Public House Review  For those readers of American Public House Review that are wondering about the whereabouts of the April issue – let us assure you that we have not been derailed or sidetracked. But it did come to our attention that the bar car had taken on so many passengers that in order to continue our journey we would need to replace our aging equipment with more powerful rolling stock.

Old Steamer as Seen in American Public House Review

To that end our editorial and technical staff have spent countless hours in the roundhouse putting the finishing touches on our new engine.  

 

 So before I overextend my use of metaphor and analogies, let me take this tme to inform our readers that “Tracks and Taverns” will be one of several new features in American Public House Review. Articles contained within that heading will explore those unique pubs that  have been influenced by America’s rich relationship with riding the rails.

Our first whistle stop will be Triumph Brewing Company In New Hope, Pennsyvania. This wonderful brew Pub sits alongside the main station of the historic New Hope and Ivyland Railroad.

 Taps at Triumph Brew PubTake the ride by signing up for your free subscription at American Public House Review.

Posted by: Chris Poh, Publisher

 

 

 

 

 

 

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