Visit Philly Beer Trail Campaign Features Breweries in Delaware and Surrounding Counties

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Visit Philadelphia has partnered with 15 regional breweries, to showcase the wonder that is Philadelphia’s craft brewing industry.

The 5-video series with WMMR Preston & Steve Morning Show producer Marisa Magnatta and HipHop Artist Chill Moody takes viewers on a tour of Montgomery County, Chester County, Delaware County, Bucks County, and Philadelphia County breweries* as they discuss what makes our region such a unique beer destination.

Dan Hershberg, Workhorse Brewing’s co-founder and chief brand officer, jumped at the opportunity to share their story for this awesome new campaign. “One of our favorite things about being part of the craft beer industry is the collaborative spirit of our fellow breweries and being able to join forces with them to help drive awareness of new services and products during the pandemic has been huge.”

They are excited for Fall and Winter beer releases, as well as their at-home delivery service. “We’re always pumped when it’s time to package our Russian Imperial Stout, a deep, rich winter warmer that is so lovely when the weather shifts cooler. We’re also introducing a new Cranberry Wheat Ale in early November, as well as a revamped Double IPA,” Dan explains.

“There’s something great about the change in seasons and the flavors that coincide with the calendar. We’re excited to further build out our at-home beer delivery services. We offer convenient, same-day service to locations within 12-miles of our King of Prussia Taproom, as well as satellite pop-ups throughout the greater Philadelphia area. It’s a great way for people to enjoy the beers they love in a safe manner, all while continuing to support local businesses.”

Scott Rudich, owner and brewmaster of Montgomery County’s Round Guys Brewing Company, and Bill McGenney, co-owner and marketing director, are excited to show people great breweries along the beer trail.

“During COVID, as most businesses in this sector, we have been able to sell online and in person. The brewery as a team has been set on ensuring the highest quality of safety, through stringent sanitizing schedules that take place numerous times over a shift, and touchless menus which are driven by QR code ordering forms,” says Bill. “Our general lines of beers go much deeper than seasonal. We have two additional lines of beer that most other breweries wouldn’t have thanks to our connections around Philly.”

“We have a drag series of beers which is truly amazing, featuring a variety of creative ingredients and techniques. We have a Bowie Beer Series for our annual Philly Loves Bowie Week brewed at the request of Doobie’s Bar downtown,” Bill explains. “Our current push is our expanded food menu, in addition to the great beers we’re already known for. We are really trying to establish our food options for customers so that they can start associating RGBC with a full evening, not just as a beer stop off point.

“The changes we have implemented during COVID are in keeping with the CDC and governor’s orders. We really want to provide a safe experience for our guests and co-workers,” Mike Contreras, Director of Sales & Marketing at says.

“My favorite thing about the brewery is our co-workers and the community we are in. We love making great beer, but to serve it to our neighbors is special, especially amidst the COVID crisis. When people come to our brewery, we hope they take away that in this little pocket of Delaware County, our brewers are creating some world-class beers. A great seasonal for folks to try is our Russian Imperial Stout, which has won gold medals at the Great American Beer Festival in 2016, 2017, and 2019. It’s a rare thing for a beer to win consecutive medals for a style and we are very proud of that beer.”

The primary motto of La Cabra Brewing is Gran Vecino, which translates to Great Neighbor. “This means we want everyone who walks through our door to enjoy themselves and find something they like to enjoy. We do this by keeping a diverse draft list as well as offering local wines, cider, and spirits. We have offerings for the IPA lover, like juicy, hazy IPAs as well as more down the middle of the road, American IPAs, but also offer crisp, clean Lagers, sours from our barrel program, and most recently, hard seltzers, Seltzees, as we call them,” La Cabra Brewing’s Director of Media Scott Clay explains.

Scott personally loves having family and friends come to visit and being able to find something for each of them to drink. “Simone,” La Cabra Brewing’s Belgian Wit, is for his 94-year-old grandmother who likes some smooth and fruity beer. “Having a full-service kitchen is great too! He says. “Being able to have a beer with some Honey Chipotle Wings, Pulled Pork Tacos, or a Cubano makes everything that much better. 2020 has been an interesting year for everyone, especially in the service industry. We have done everything we can think of to accommodate our guests and staff in the safest, yet still enjoyable way, possible.”

La Cabra Brewing offers outdoor seating in the La Cabra Bier Tents, and socially distanced indoor seating, where guests have the option to dine with limited interaction with other guests as well as our staff. “We have a text-in-service model where guests text their order to our staff and we deliver it to the table. This limits all in-person interactions but still allows guests to enjoy some time out and about.”

Fall is the perfect time to get outside, enjoy the autumn weather, and enjoy a beer at any one—or all—of the breweries in your county that make our area so great.

*Please check with each brewery regarding any food and beverage availability, takeout and delivery, curbside pickup, current indoor/outdoor dining hours and rules, mask requirements, social distancing, and other COVID-19 protocols. Please respect the establishments that you visit.


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