Food & Drink

Dock Street Brewery and Restaurant

Award-winning craft brews

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Dock Street Brewery and Restaurant 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.

Beer lovers know to come here for some select takeout specialty bottles, such as La Biere des Amis, one of the first collaborations between a French and American craft brewer.

The History

Dock Street Brewery and Restaurant was founded in 1985 as one of the first post-prohibition craft breweries in the country, and it was also Philly’s first all-grain brew pub.

Dock Street became the 26th largest microbrewery in the country, producing over 25,000 barrels of beer a year.

The brewery distributed to 24 states and won medals in some of the world’s largest beer competitions.

The name, Dock Street, honors Philadelphia’s seaport district which was the largest producer of beer in the country during the 18th century.