Triumph Brewing Co

★★★★☆
  • 138 Nassau St

    Princeton, NJ 08542

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  • 609-924-7855

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Mon. - Sat. 11:30am - 12pm;Sun. 12am - 10pm
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Triumph is a great place with good food and great beer! The entertainment is usually good and the bartenders are very friendly. It is slightly pricey but always a great time. I would recommend this place and personally go very often!

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Triumph is a great place with good food and great beer! The entertainment is usually good and the bartenders are very friendly. It is slightly pricey but always a great time. I would recommend this place and personally go very often!

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Triumph is great! It??s a little pricey, but it??s really good. They have amazing beer (which they brew right on the premises). It??s a great atmosphere with great food and entertainment on some nights. It??s a great change of pace from the regular restaurants, and it??s located right on Nassau Street in Princeton, across from the campus.

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Triumph is great! It??s a little pricey, but it??s really good. They have amazing beer (which they brew right on the premises). It??s a great atmosphere with great food and entertainment on some nights. It??s a great change of pace from the regular restaurants, and it??s located right on Nassau Street in Princeton, across from the campus.

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I love going to Triumph! A little pricey, but worth going to if you're sick of places like Applebee's. The beer is amazing and the atmosphere is fun.

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★★★★☆

I love going to Triumph! A little pricey, but worth going to if you're sick of places like Applebee's. The beer is amazing and the atmosphere is fun.

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The beer is fantastic and the appetizers (parictularly the salmon tartare) are just wonderful. I rather enjoy coming to Triumph on an afternoon, but wouldn't go there at night since it's absolutely hopping and can be quite loud. However, for lots of people, that's a giant positive.:)

4
★★★★☆

The beer is fantastic and the appetizers (parictularly the salmon tartare) are just wonderful. I rather enjoy coming to Triumph on an afternoon, but wouldn't go there at night since it's absolutely hopping and can be quite loud. However, for lots of people, that's a giant positive.:)

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A campus classic. Somewhat overpriced, like most eateries in this college town, but damn is the beer good. I recommend the Honey Wheat, the Pumpkin (seasonal) and just about anything else they've got brewed up. Consuming the Triumph Sampler is a tradition for students upon reaching their 21st birthday and introduced me to many delicious beers.

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★★★★☆

A campus classic. Somewhat overpriced, like most eateries in this college town, but damn is the beer good. I recommend the Honey Wheat, the Pumpkin (seasonal) and just about anything else they've got brewed up. Consuming the Triumph Sampler is a tradition for students upon reaching their 21st birthday and introduced me to many delicious beers.

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The main thing about Triumph is that the beers are really quite poor. There is very little distinguishing a porter from a pale ale in the taste department. Triumph is just another in the line of unispired brew pubs that cater to (and are run by) people who don't know much about beer (me, I've been homebrewing for over a decade). The food is somewhat pricey and very touch and go. Even having the same dish on two subsequent visits can be an adventure. Although there are occasional highlights on the menu generally it is just bad upscale bar food, which combined with the poor beers should not be tolerated.

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The main thing about Triumph is that the beers are really quite poor. There is very little distinguishing a porter from a pale ale in the taste department. Triumph is just another in the line of unispired brew pubs that cater to (and are run by) people who don't know much about beer (me, I've been homebrewing for over a decade). The food is somewhat pricey and very touch and go. Even having the same dish on two subsequent visits can be an adventure. Although there are occasional highlights on the menu generally it is just bad upscale bar food, which combined with the poor beers should not be tolerated.

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Just across Nassau Street from the ivy walls of Princeton University, you'll find an impressive brewpub that attracts a clientele of students and faculty alike. From the upstairs balcony you can overlook the brewery where all the beers on…

 

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