Craft Brews and Cascades: Exploring Cobblehaus at the Falls

Craft Brews and Cascades: Exploring Cobblehaus at the Falls

Craft Brews and Cascades: Exploring Cobblehaus at the Falls

Cobblehaus Brewery – At the Falls Taproom (photo courtesy of Cobblehaus Brewing’s social media)

Cobblehaus Brewing Company’s Cobblehaus at the Falls Taproom

Cobblehaus Brewing Company – located at 1015 Leesburg Station Road, Mercer, PA 16137 is one of the most unique breweries in Pennsylvania.

Cobblehaus Brewery, known for its dedication to craft beer, has established a strong presence in Pennsylvania. With its original location in Allegheny County, the brewery has gained a reputation for offering a diverse range of beer styles that cater to various palates. Their commitment to quality and innovation makes them a favorite among craft beer enthusiasts.

Cobblehaus Brewing Company (photo courtesy of Cobblehaus Brewing social media)

Cobblehaus at the Falls, their second location in Mercer County, offers a unique experience by combining the beauty of nature with the enjoyment of craft beer. The taproom, set in a converted jewelry store, sits on a bluff overlooking Springfield Falls, a picturesque 20-foot waterfall. This location not only provides stunning views but also creates a serene atmosphere, perfect for relaxing with a drink.

The taproom’s interior resembles a cozy woodland lodge, featuring large windows that frame the waterfall. Guests can choose from a variety of beers on draft, each brewed with the same care and attention to detail as those at the original location. With its scenic surroundings and inviting atmosphere, Cobblehaus at the Falls offers an unforgettable experience for visitors seeking both adventure and relaxation.

Waterfalls and Beer with Cobblehaus at the Falls Taproom

Cobblehaus Brewing Company (photo courtesy of Cobblehaus Brewing social media)

During my travels around Pennsylvania, two of my favorite activities are visiting craft breweries and exploring waterfalls. When I discovered Cobblehaus at the Falls in Mercer County, combining both passions, I was thrilled. This unique spot offers the perfect blend of nature and craft beer, making it an exceptional destination for any enthusiast.

Cobblehaus Brewing Company (photo courtesy of Cobblehaus Brewing social media)

Cobblehaus at the Falls is the second location for Cobblehaus Brewing, originally established in Allegheny County, about an hour south. The building, which was once a jewelry store, has been beautifully transformed into a taproom just three miles from the bustling Grove City Outlets. This strategic location attracts both locals and tourists, eager to enjoy a refreshing beer after a day of shopping or outdoor adventures.

Perched on a bluff, the taproom overlooks Springfield Falls (also known as Leesburg Falls), a stunning 20-foot waterfall. Access to the opposite bank of Wolf Creek has always been available through State Game Lands 284, but reaching the base of the falls was a challenge meant for the most adventurous. With Cobblehaus at the Falls now open, this beautiful location is much more accessible, providing a serene setting for visitors to unwind with a local craft beer.

The taproom’s interior resembles a cozy woodland lodge, featuring ample seating and large windows that frame picturesque views of the waterfall, partially obscured by trees. Display cabinets, which nod to the building’s past as a jewelry store, double as tables and showcase unique jewelry for sale, adding a touch of local charm to the ambiance.

With about a dozen beers on draft, Cobblehaus at the Falls caters to a wide range of tastes. During my visit, the Bushy Fruited Wheat Sour and Blood Orange IPA stood out as particularly enjoyable. While the beer itself might not be the most exceptional I’ve tasted, the location and the beer garden at the waterfall’s base make it worth returning for the experience alone.

The Iron Furnace Up on the Hill (photo courtesy of Cobblehaus Brewery’s social media)

A short, somewhat steep gravel path leads from the taproom to the base of the waterfall. Along the way, you’ll pass through several wooded seating areas offering views of the creek. At the bottom, an open area with picnic tables, Adirondack chairs, and cornhole boards provides exceptional views of Springfield Falls. The ruins of an old iron furnace, complete with a fire pit, add to the charm and history of the location.

Enjoying a beer at the base of the waterfall is truly one of the best experiences in Pennsylvania. Having visited nearly 200 craft breweries across the state, I am convinced this is the best outdoor beer garden, combining natural beauty with a relaxed atmosphere.

The only downside is the uphill walk back to get another round or use the restroom, but this minor inconvenience is a small price to pay for such a remarkable setting. Overall, while Cobblehaus at the Falls may not be my top choice for beer in the Pittsburgh area, its stunning location and unique ambiance make it a must-visit destination. I know I’ll be back.

Cobblehaus at the Falls is located at 1015 Leesburg Station Road, Mercer, PA 16137. Whether you’re a craft beer lover, a nature enthusiast, or both, this destination offers a refreshing escape into the beauty of Pennsylvania.

More Information on Cobblehaus Brewing Company

The following comes via Untappd.

Cobblehaus Brewing Company is a micro brewery from Coraopolis, PA. They have 120 unique beer and over 14,000 ratings, with a global average rating of 3.64. The Untappd description reads: “Cobblehaus is a small batch craft brewery located in Coraopolis, PA. We are inspired by the “Olde World” traditional styles from Germany and Belgium and many of our brews are consistent with those recipes and flavors. With that said, we also love to switch things up with some “New World” twists. As we showcase the different beers in the newsletter, you will see how the two blend together in harmony.

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