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Yards Brewing Company

Yards Brewing Company has been proudly brewing in the City of Brotherly Love since 1994. We’ve grown from a garage-sized operation in the Manayunk section of Philly to Roxborough, Kensington, Northern Liberties, and now to our newest location — a 70,000 sq. ft. brewery and taproom at 500 Spring Garden Street. Philadelphia Pale Ale, Signature IPA, and Brawler, all nationally recognized ales, lead a balanced portfolio of quality, handcrafted beers that include nine year-round offerings and several seasonal and limited releases. Read More

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Tired Hands Brewing Company

Tired Hands Brewing Company is a brew-cafe founded in 2011 in Ardmore, Pennsylvania, by Jean Broillet IV. The brewery operates two locations in Ardmore and another in Philadelphia. Tired Hands produces their beer in small batches and specializes in Belgian and French farmhouse ales as well as American hop-forward ales. Their food menu includes on site baked bread, with locally produced cheeses, meats, pickled items, and seasonal produce. Read More

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Roy-Pitz Brewing Company

Liquid Art is an expression of craftsmanship. The brewmasters at Roy-Pitz Brewing Company, with the use of barley, hops, yeast and our Chambersburg water as their blank canvas, skillfully create a balanced piece of art in liquid form. As craftsmen, our Brewmasters immerse themselves into the selection of the finest raw ingredients, artfully adding a pinch of this and a pound of that, to create a product that reflects both their skill and imagination. Our product is passionately and artfully created both in and on the bottle. Read More

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Goose Island Beer Co.

Goose Island Beer Co. exists to lead in the craft of brewing by creating award-winning beers that define classic and innovative styles to capture the hearts, imaginations, and palates of beer drinkers. We are guided by our respect for the history and culture of beer as well as our passion for, and innovation in, brewing. We wish to enrich the cultural landscape of Chicago and support the inspirational organizations within our communities. Furthermore, Goose Island champions sustainability in our breweries (and beyond) as well as actively celebrates and engages our employees. Read More

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Evil Genius Beer Company

Friends Luke Bowen and Trevor Hayward founded Evil Genius Beer Company in 2011. After meeting in College at Villanova, they bonded over their love of beer and wanted to do something more rewarding with their lives than getting a 9-to-5 job. Starting with only a few dollars in savings, the company now distributes all over the North East. Known for their humorous and witty branding, Evil Genius beers are easy to spot! Evil Genius opened their new Brewery and Beer Garden in Fishtown, Philadelphia in 2017, and are pleased to welcome Jon Defibaugh (Tired Hands, Earth Bread and Brewery) to their team as Head Brewer. Read More

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Dock Street Brewery

Dock Street Brewing Company was founded in 1985, amidst a proverbial sea of watered down and adjunct-plagued lagers, as one of the first post-prohibition craft breweries in the country — and Philly’s first all-grain brewpub. Read More

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Crime & Punishment Brewing Co.

Crime & Punishment Brewing Co. aims to blend the once-great local brewing tradition with newer craft techniques and international inspirations. They have designed a rotating menu of distinctive brews and Russian-influenced dishes done their way. Crime & Punishment is proud to be part of a thriving community. We partner with local organizations to promote the rich culture of Brewerytown. Read More

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Attic Brewing Company

Attic Brewing Company originated in 2010 when we started homebrewing in our attic apartment in Philly’s historic Germantown neighborhood. After falling in love with the history, culture, and diversity of Germantown, we knew the neighborhood is the perfect place for us to make that dream a reality. We’ve been striving to make our taproom a unique experience for everyone who visits us. We have an awesome back bar that dates back to the late 19th century. Most importantly, we set very high standards and will never serve mediocre beer, even if it costs us a batch down the drain. Read More

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