Brewing the Philly Style
There are many brewing companies in Philadelphia and its surrounding areas, including New Jersey and Delaware. When visiting Philly, pit stopping at a brewery is not a bad idea. Not only can you sit back and relax with an icy cold one, not to mention fresh from the brewery, but you can also dine at most of the breweries in the area as they offer an eclectic menu. Many of these breweries are open for visits, tours, and even for a beer tasting treat.
Contact the brewery of your choice in the area you will be near for more information for special events and hours.
General Lafayette Inn and Brewery
66 Germantown Pike Lafayette Hill, PA (610) 941-0600
Independence Brewing Co.
1150 Filbert St. Philadelphia, PA (215) 922-4292
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant30 East State St Media, PA (610) 627-9000 & 3 West Gay St. West Chester, PA (610) 738-9600
John Harvard's Brew House1001 Baltimore Pike Springfield, PA (610) 544-4440 & 629 W. Lancaster Ave. Wayne, PA (610) 687-6565
Manayunk Brewing Co.4120 Main Street Philadelphia, PA (215) 482-8220
Nodding Head Brewery1516 Sansom St. Philadelphia, PA (215) 569-9525
Red Bell Brewing Co.3100 W. Jefferson St. Philadelphia, PA (215) 533-6790 & One First Union Center Philadelphia, PA (215) 235-2460
Valley Forge Brewing Company267 E. Swedesford Rd. Wayne, PA (610) 687-8700
Yards Brewing Company5050 Umbria St. Philadelphia, PA (215) 482-9109
Flying Fish Brewing Co.18 Olney Ave. Cherry Hill, NJ (856) 489-0061
Iron Hill Brewing Company147 E. Main Street Newark, DE (302) 266-9000