Tuesday: 4pm - 10pm
Wednesday: 4pm - 10pm
Thursday: 4pm - 10pm
Friday: 11am - 11pm
Saturday: 11am - 11pm
Sunday: 1pm - 10pm
(food served until one hour
Here at Moontown Brewing Company we pride ourselves on producing and delivering the best product we can from start to finish. We are a “from scratch” brewery and kitchen, and are committed to using only the finest ingredients to create the best possible dishes for our friends, patrons and guests to enjoy together.
Check out our menu and come and enjoy a meal with us!
Q: Is your restaurant family friendly?
A: Yes, we have an all ages side of the brewpub, and then a 21+ only side.
The patio is also kid-friendly when it is open.
Q: Do you take reservations?
A: No. Seating is on a first come, first serve basis. We do, however, have options for larger parties
and private events. Call or email us for details for your larger party.
Q: What time does your kitchen close?
A: The kitchen closes one hour before close. We serve dinner until 9pm on weeknights, and until 10pm on Fridays and Saturdays. The bar stays open until our published close times.
Q: Do you serve more than just beer?
A: Yes, we have wine and liquor available, but encourage you to try our delicious brews while
you're here at Moontown. We also carry Coke products.
Q: Do you serve food in the 1915 Room?
A: Our full brewpub menu is available in The 1915 Room when it is open to the public as a beer hall. However, if the space is rented for a private event, we do have our own in-house catering available.
Q: Are there vegetarian and gluten-free options?
A: Yep. We are happy to accommodate any dietary restrictions.
Q: Do you have TVs?
A: Yes, lots of them.
Q: Are dogs allowed?
A: Dogs can hang on the patio only when it is open, and are not allowed inside the restaurant.
Q: Are there bike racks available?
A: Yep, but please don't get a BUI.
Q: Is there outdoor seating?
A: Yes, we have two different patios that are open during the spring / summer / fall. One is located in front of the brewpub and the other is behind The 1915 Room. Both patios are all ages and
dog-friendly, but is only open as weather permits.
Q: Where do you source your ingredients from?
A: We try to source as locally and sustainably as we can. A few of our local suppliers include Fischer Farms, Piazza produce, Marcoot Creamery, Bee Coffee Roasters, Miller Amish Poultry, Turano Bakery and more. We have a little veggie garden out front during the spring and summer, too! We are a from-scratch kitchen and make all of our sauces, rubs, dressings in-house from scratch.
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