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Stewarts Brewing Co

 Based on 13 ratings from across the web
Category: Food and Dining, Restaurants, Weddings, Wedding Venues, Banquet Rooms, Events and Occasions
219 Governor Sq, Bear, DE 19701




11 Reviews of Stewarts Brewing Co

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No title by artiste on Sep 22, 2007

Though we enjoyed the food and my husband liked the ales, I fail to understand why this place doesn't have a wine list. They offer one wine and that's it. I have been to many brewpubs and their wine...
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Get the nachos with... by A TripAdvisor Contributor on Jul 28, 2008

Get the nachos with chili and the crab dip... and if it's on tap, get the...
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No title by a Yahoo! Local User on Jun 30, 2006

Must Visit!: On my way to the beach. Stopped in for a sandwich and a beer. Great service. The bartender (Lauren?) was very friendly and knowledgeable about the beer. The beer was awesome! Their pilsener is off the charts....
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Can stay and chat for... by A TripAdvisor Contributor on Apr 7, 2008

Can stay and chat for hours. ...
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No title by a Yahoo! Local User on Jun 21, 2006

the best ruben: I was traveling through Bear and stopped in for the best ruben I have ever had. Service was great beer was even better,...
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Decor is sort of blah... by A TripAdvisor Contributor on Nov 14, 2007

Decor is sort of blah, food was...
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No title by David K on Oct 3, 2005

Had a great Saturday at Stewarts!!: We loved our time at Stewarts. The beer was great. I had the Golden Ale, and the sweetness I tasted when it hit my mouth let me know that I was in for a truly good experience. We had the...
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whatever by marvelousMe on Sep 4, 2007

yeah and you drank the wrong beer too. you are not certified to complain until you've tried the greatest beer in the world: the Stumbling Monk. until then, do us a favor and stay in hershey, PA. you're welcome. . ...
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Don't go out of your way by mafisc on Oct 28, 2006

We were the first customers of the day, so I don't fault them on the lack of a crowd. I ordered a summer seasonal, the Whacky Wheat, and the waiter wasn't pleased that I didn't know the variations they offered, although they...
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No title by Ox on Apr 3, 2000

But take my advice - Big Bear Amber Ale. Some may recommend the IPA, Golden or Wheat, and there are those that swear by the Stout. For me it's Amber (remember that when you see me at the bar, buy me an Amber). There are also...
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