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  • Dock Street Brewery and Restaurant

    Award-winning craft brews

    Dock Street became a Cedar Park stalwart the second the respected craft brewery settled down in a lovingly converted firehouse at 50th and Baltimore. In addition to award-winning beers, it also offers a selection of expertly tossed wood-fired pizzas.

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  • Forest & Main Brewery & Pub

    A craft brewer and pub with English leanings set in a 19th-century house

    Forest & Main was voted 2012’s best brewpub by Philadelphia Magazine

    Voted 2012’s best brewpub by Philadelphia Magazine, Forest & Main Brewing Company is a half-British, half-Belgian brewery and cafe that serves a full dinner menu of ingredient-driven pork chops, seafood and curried popcorn out of a charming 19th-century mansion. Some beers are aged in wine barrels and others, true to British tradition, are poured at cellar temperature.

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  • Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant
    Chestnut Hill

    Brewery micro-chain has inviting beer, great food and awards galore

    Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant's Chestnut Hill location.

    The award-winning Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant is the kind of place where old friends can enjoy a round of brews at the billiards tables, or dine on seared ahi tuna and prime rib.

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  • Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant
    Media

    Brewery micro-chain has inviting beer, great food and awards galore

    Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

    The award-winning Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant is the kind of place where old friends can enjoy a round of brews at the billiards tables, or dine on seared ahi tuna and prime rib.

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  • Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant
    North Wales

    Brewery micro-chain has inviting beer, great food and awards galore

    Iron Hill's menu features an extensive array of light fare and small dishes, wood-oven pizzas, vegetarian selections, salads and entrées.

    The award-winning Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant is the kind of place where old friends can enjoy a round of brews at the billiards tables, or dine on seared ahi tuna and prime rib.

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  • Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant
    Phoenixville

    Brewery micro-chain has inviting beer, great food and awards galore

    Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant's Phoenixville location.

    The award-winning Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant is the kind of place where old friends can enjoy a round of brews at the billiards tables, or dine on seared ahi tuna and prime rib.

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  • Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant
    West Chester

    Brewery micro-chain has inviting beer, great food and awards galore

    Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant's West Chester location.

    The award-winning Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant is the kind of place where old friends can enjoy a round of brews at the billiards tables, or dine on seared ahi tuna and prime rib.

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  • Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant

    Taking the meaning of “Manayunk” — “a place to drink” — quite literally

    Manayunk Brewery and Restaurant

    Taking the meaning of “Manayunk” quite literally. Located in an historic wool and cotton mill that was part of the booming industry that powered Manuyunk through the 1800s, the Brewery is a great spot to enjoy lunch or dinner and an even better spot to go hang out later into the night with some friends.

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  • Nodding Head Brewery and Restaurant

    Delicious craft brews and food hidden away upstairs

    Nodding Head Brewery and Restaurant

    Nodding Head brews its own beers to go along with its excellent, gastro-pub fare.

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  • Philadelphia Brewing Company

    Brewing some of Philly’s favorite and most creative libations

    A Philadelphia bar without a PBC brew on tap is a rare find, indeed.

    Located in a Kensington warehouse long known for its brewing roots, Philadelphia Brewing Company produces some of the city’s favorite microbrews. In fact, a Philadelphia bar without a PBC brew on tap is a rare find, indeed.

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  • Philly Beer Week

    Philadelphia celebrates its beer-drinking roots with a week-long festival

    Ben Franklin with the Philly Beer Week hammer.

    The city of Philadelphia has been brewing beer for more than 300 years. So deep are its sudsy roots, Philadelphia has even been called “the best beer-drinking city in America.”

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  • Sly Fox Brewery

    Some of Philly’s most well known and widely accessible craft beers

    Sly Fox's brewpub in Phoenixville has become both a local and destination favorite and has been named the best in the region by several publications.

    Opened in 1995, Sly Fox beers has become renowned for their diverse styles, and Sly Fox brewers have garnered numerous medals at The Great American Beer Festival. The brewpub has become both a local and destination favorite and has been named the best in the region by several publications.

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  • Tired Hands Brewing Company

    Innovative craft beer just down the Main Line

    Tired Hands makes flavorful yet simple beers with inventive names like “Perfectly Preserved Brain” and “Beautiful Crystalline Structure.”

    This Belgo-French cafe-brewery has won some of the world’s most prestigious awards, including second place in ratebeer.com’s ranking of the best new breweries on earth. What makes Tired Hands special? Flavorful yet simple beers with inventive names like “Perfectly Preserved Brain” and “Beautiful Crystalline Structure” are brewed in one room and served in the next, and house-made bread fermented with ale yeast, house-brined and pickled snacks and locally sourced cheeses, charcuterie and produce are available as well.

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  • Triumph Brewing Company

    A lively brewpub that rocks all night

    Triumph Brewing Company

    Triumph’s industrial-yet-swanky decor is enough to turn heads, but the award-winning selection of home-brewed lagers and ales definitely ups the ante.

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  • Victory Brewing Company

    The Philadelphia region’s largest craft brewery

    Victory Brewery Company formally began operations in February 1996 in an old Pepperidge Farm factory in Downingtown, Chester County and hasn’t looked back.

    Founded in 1996 by childhood friends, Victory has seen awesome growth thanks to its superb line of brews and the industry rise of craft beer sales. From its humble beginnings brewing barrels of HopDevil Ale, Victory Festbier and Brandywine Valley Lager, Victory is now one of the largest craft breweries in the country.

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  • Yards Brewing Company

    Craft beer brewed right here in Philadelphia

    Tom Kehoe of Yards Brewing Company

    Delicious beer, brewed right in Philadelphia

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