The bar or restaurant at the end of a golf course is often referred to as the 19th hole.
It’s the last stop to celebrate or lament your round, but many times it’s not a place you frequent if you’ve never swung a club in your life.
That is not the case at Greystone Brew House, the new venture from chef and owner Jason Viscount.
Located at Range End Golf Club in Dillsburg, Viscount has created a space where golfers and casual diners alike will want to gather on a regular basis.
With a focus on craft beer and craft cocktails paired with a locally-focused menu, Greystone Brew House offers something new and exciting just off Route 15 in Dillsburg.
While Greystone currently does not have a brewery on-site (there is a potential for an addition down the road), Viscount partnered with two local breweries to create house beers exclusive to his new restaurant.
Viscount also contracted with Highway Manor Brewing in Camp Hill for a second IPA that is coming soon.
Both beers are set to be canned.
Greystone’s draft list also includes other local craft beer and domestic offerings.
Viscount’s Greystone Public House in Linglestown is known for its craft cocktails and Viscount continues that focus here.
Tequila Old Fashioned
Anejo Tequila, agave nectar, chocolate bitters, Angostura bitters, garnished with an orange and lemon peel.
This was the favorite of the trip. It had a slight woodiness from the aged tequila and a hint of spice from the bitters.
A twist on a classic that can sneak up on you. Simply refreshing and perfect for a drink on a hot day.
Vodka, Triple Sec, sweet orange tea, lemon and mint.
Dark & Stormy
A great cocktail for any weather, this simple drink could be just what you need after finishing up 18 holes on the course.
Gosling’s Dark Rum, ginger beer, lime
Raspberry-Rose Gin Rickey
A Gin Rickey is a classic refreshing cocktail that is simple with three ingredients — gin, lime, and club soda. Greystone puts their spin on this with the addition of fresh raspberries and Rose Water.
With snacks, salads, sandwiches, entrees, and desserts on the menu, Greystone Brew House’s menu features an upscale take on casual dining.
The snack menu has your indulgent (read: guilty pleasure) options like Bacon Mac & Cheese and Poutine Fries to the slightly smaller/lighter options with Salted Roasted Beets and Crispy Brussel Sprouts.
September Farm Cheddar Cheese Curd
This is one menu item that falls into the guilty pleasure category. Fried local cheese cured topped with honey and Marcona Almonds.
Sandwiches + More
Other than the Burger and Crab Cake Sandwich, the sandwich menu at Brew House is completely new compare to Public House.
The sandwich menu includes options like Nashville Hot Yard Bird, Smoked Cuban, Short Ribs Grilled Cheese, and Pulled Pork.
Grilled Fish and Chipotle Smoked Mushroom (vegetarian) Tacos round out the menu if you’re looking for a non-sandwich handheld option.
House Smoked Pastrami
One of Jimi’s fave sandwiches. You’re going to want that A-Roundabout IPA with this one. The fatty and salty pastrami works very well with hop-forward beers.
Greystone’s salad menu features many of your usual suspects -Caesar, House, and Butter Lettuce.
But we’re here to talk about one salad in particular.
Fried Green Tomato Salad
We love this salad. With three fried green tomatoes, avocados, and bacon on top of mixed greens tossed in jalapeño ranch, this is not your average salad.
We couldn’t stop talking about.
This is what might set Greystone Brew House apart from your usual “19th hole” get-ups.
Treat yourself to options like Stout Braised Short Ribs, Shrimp & Grits, and Grilled NY Strip.
Buttermilk Fried Chicken & Waffles
Or, you can go über comfort food and hit up the Buttermilk Fried Chicken & Waffles. Be sure to smother it in Greystone’s housemade IPA hot sauce.
Grilled Salmon over a bed of sweet pea risotto and smoked mushrooms makes for a filling dish that won’t weigh you down.
With two different bars on two different levels, a large dining area and extensive outdoor seating, there is no shortage of room or options for seating at Greystone.
The patio has amazing views that overlook the golf course and the indoor seating is inviting and open.
Greystone also features a large event space that can host weddings, receptions and other events.
Greystone Brew House Hours
Greystone Brew House is open:
- Monday – Thursday 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
- Friday 11 a.m. to midnight
- Saturday 10 a.m. to midnight
- Sunday 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Kitchen closes two hours before the bar closes, with the exception of Sunday when it closes at 9 p.m.