GIVEAWAY: Greystone Public House

by: Sara Bozich
May 16, 2016

After closing almost a year ago to the day, the 18th century stone building that once was home to Mount Hill Tavern will reopen as Greystone Public House on June 20.


Under the new ownership of well-known local chef Jason Viscount (formerly of Bricco), Greystone Public House will feature a full renovation and expansion within the mansion, including a larger bar and dining rooms, private event space and expanded patio area (with even more outdoor space in the works for 2017).


The expanded bar will feature, among wine and cocktails, a rotating draft list of eight craft beers.

»» This is where you come in!

Greystone wants your input on what craft beers you’d like to see on their grand opening tap list.

Share your thoughts, and you could win access for 2 to Greystone Public House’s soft opening, June 17-19.

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54 thoughts on “GIVEAWAY: Greystone Public House

  1. Melinda Bricker on said:

    Tired Hands, Hill Farmstead, any great sours

    • Melissa on said:

      Omission Gluten free beer.
      It is real beer, but gluten is removed!
      I personally prefer IPA (green label) over other two choices!

  2. Amanda on said:

    Anderson Valley, New Belgium, Lagunitas, Bells or Sweetwater. If you want local Yards or Molly Pitcher.

  3. Chelsie Markel on said:

    Anything from Bruery Terreux, Tired Hands, Draai Laag, Pizza Boy, Forest & Main, Anchorage, Millstone Cidery, Sierra Nevada Otra Vez (or other flavorful gose)

    Also consider having an quality, eclectic bottle list of brews. Things that age well.

  4. Danielle on said:

    Bell’s Two-Hearted, just b/c it’s my favorite beer ever.
    , zero day mango hab, and dolce vita on nitro (OMG SO GOOD)

  5. Molly Brown on said:

    Tired Hands!! Also Pizza Boy and Big Hill Ciderworks.

  6. Ashley on said:

    I would vote for Evil Genius, Victory, Moo-Duck, and/or Yards Brewing Co.

  7. Joelle on said:

    Pizza Boy and Lagunitas

    • Chelsie Markel on said:

      Oh yes! Lagunitas has several great West Coast Style IPAs. Good call.

      Deschutes, too.

  8. Tim Cooley on said:

    Tired Hands, Big Hill Ciderworks, and Molly Pitcher.

  9. Linda B on said:

    A variety of seasonals from local breweries.

  10. jason on said:

    Rubber Soul

  11. Lisa Thompson on said:

    Weyerbacher and Great Lakes Brewing

  12. Chris Harvey on said:

    Tired Hands

  13. Miriam Kocevar on said:

    Not picky about beers, as long as it’s cold and in a glass…but anxious to taste the food. Looking forward to the grand opening.

  14. Gabriella Vreeland on said:

    Pizza boy, Wyndridge Farms, Molly Pitcher

  15. Amanda Herrold on said:

    Troges Nugget Nectar and Sunshine Pils

  16. Rachel on said:

    Shoffenhoffer grapefruit

  17. Melissa Washington on said:

    Rubber Soul!

  18. Cody Wharton on said:

    Local, local ,local! Pizza Boy, Harty brewing, zeroday, Columbia kettle work……

  19. Nathan S. on said:

    Ballast Point; Pineapple Sculpin, Wahoo White. Their pale ale is very good as well.

  20. Marissa Krupski on said:

    BallastPoint Pineapple Sculpin India Pale Ale

  21. Natalie Damrauer on said:

    This is very exciting …

  22. Mary Hagenberger on said:

    The Love from Starr Hill Brewery in Crozet, VA. Or anythinh from Starr Hill! Hope we get picked and hope this beer gets chosen, we could use a date night 😉

  23. Lisa Paul on said:

    Zero Day Mango Hab. Rubber Soul Intangible ale Troeggs of course. I am so excited for for this to open. It is very close to my house and we want to be a regular!

  24. Dana cox on said:

    Anything local. Victory’s Dirt Wolf is my current favorite.

  25. Barbara Wynne on said:

    So excited to hear you are opening in June.

  26. Caitlin Miletto on said:

    Tired hands!

  27. bridget paz on said:

    Schofferhofer grapefruit for the summer!! Or even hala kahiki pineapple beer.

  28. Verna Lenker on said:

    So excited about the long awaited opening of this restaurant. We eat out 4-5 times a week. This is a beautiful property. Can’t wait to see the completed renovations and taste the food

  29. Maria on said:

    Ok, so I’m taking a different approach to this and not suggesting a type of beer, per se, but a way to highlight them. It seems that the craft beer niche has exploded lately. Why not choose a particular flavor each month. So, for instance, in February you could have several chocolate beers on tap (Duclaw’s Sweet Baby Jesus, Young’s Double Chocolate Stoudt, Brewery at Hershey’s M.I.L.F., etc.). In June you could have summer fruit beers, October would be pumpkin beers, and maybe January would be coffee flavored beers. It might be fun to do a tasting dinner with all of those beers throughout the month then as well. Can’t wait to come in and try the food and drinks!

  30. Carson Book on said:

    Tired Hands, Brew Gentlemen, Dock Street, Free Will, Helltown, Barley Creek, Turkey Hill, Iron Hill, Marleys, Voodoo, at least 1 sour and big juicy IPA. I like the idea of sticking to PA beets draft and bottles from anywhere.

  31. Maryann Eby on said:

    So anxious for this place to re-open. My friends are very anxious for the patio. Hope they are serving Orange Crushes through the summer. Please send me a copy of lunch and dinner menu.

  32. Belinda on said:

    Victory Summer Love and Kona

  33. Rodger Zeiders on said:

    Bourbon barrel- aged Troegenator.
    Collaboration Ale 2016.

  34. Molly on said:

    Rubber Soul

  35. Timothy Knepp on said:

    There are far too many that I would love to see, but I would like to see some from semi-local breweries that you don’t normally see in our area. There are so many to choose from in the Philly burbs.

  36. Kara McDonald on said:

    Old Dominion Brewing, Saranac, Ottos

  37. Tina Simpson on said:

    Snitz Creek Brewing Company

  38. Lisa on said:


  39. Suzanne Kreider on said:

    Maine Beer Co., Half Acre, Hill Farmstead, Lawson’s, Tired Hands, & Starr Hill, in a variety of styles. Troegs, Lagunitas, & Dogfish Head Are always solid choices, and so many more to choose from too. Would be nice to have some of the first few you don’t see everywhere else but I’m not sure how distribution works.

  40. Christy on said:

    Bull Frog Brewery Edgar IPA, Ballast Point Grapefruit or Habanero Sculpin, Deschutes Fresh Squeezed

  41. Joann on said:

    So excited for opening! Stay with local beers! A few favorites are from Marley’s, Snitz Creek, Troegs, zero Day. Love to be able to mix a flight containing various breweries!
    Best of luck on your new adventure!

  42. Julie Moore on said:

    Beers made only in PA!

  43. Norm Navarro on said:

    Bell’s or Great Lakes. Maybe one or two PA beers but not troegs as they have their own bar locally. Victory or Weyerbacher.

  44. Jeremy Leach on said:

    Considering the restraints of distribution, my suggested taplist would look something like this:

    Pizza Boy Rotating #1
    Pizza Boy Rotating #2
    Victory Dirtwolf/Hop Ranch
    Troegs Perpetual (Or current Hop Cycle offering)
    Troegs Sunshine Pils
    Weyerbacher Rotating (Big Beer – Tripel, Imp Stout, Barleywine)
    Tired Hands HopHands
    Tired Hands Rotating
    Forest and Main Rotating (Easy drinker – Saison, Gose)
    One really well known IPA (Lagunitas, Bells Two Hearted, etc)

    – Build relationships with highly sought after options where distro is limited, but possible (Tired Hands, Forest and Main)
    – Focus on local, but not mediocre quality local (I wouldn’t waste taps with ZeroDay, ABC, LBC)
    – Keep your tap numbers manageable (8-12) to ensure freshness and an ever-changing list of options

  45. Yvonne Husic on said:

    I’d love to have some Framboise!

    Also, put the drink of Bermuda on the beverage its: Dark & Stormy. (Goslings dark rum & ginger beer).

    Thank you!

  46. Lisa on said:

    Race Street Brewery…. any of their craft beers are great!

  47. Patrick Killian on said:

    Monk’s Cafe’ Flemmish Sour Ale!
    Burley Oak Aboriginal Gangster!
    Pizza Boy Murren River

  48. John on said:

    DeSchutes- Red Chair
    Roy Pitts-Best Blonde
    Yards-Golden Ale
    Yards – Tavern Spruce

  49. Mimi Maliszewski on said:

    The full line by Key Brewing….

    Local owners, local name, local production. Flavors for all ranges of
    beer lovers. They do awesome tasting,
    and Ray crafts a specular tap!

    Glad to hear it’s reopening!

  50. Mimi on said:

    Anything by Key Brewing.

    Fabulous beers brewed locally,owned locally. Ray creates the coolest taps!

  51. Rob Raymond on said:

    Green Flash West Coast IPA or Firestone

  52. Calvin Lam on said:

    Monk’s Cafe Flemish Sour Ale or Russian River Damnation

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