Iron Hill Brewery Doubles Down on Chester County with Newly Opened Taphouse
Iron Hill Brewery, the popular bar-and-restaurant chain with 25 years of brewing experience and 19 locations, has doubled down on Chester County. It has opened its first-ever taphouse in Exton, writes Ed Williams for Main Line Today.
The new location, which also includes a canning operation, offers a casual industrial atmosphere with its pop art and beer-barrel décor.
The counter-service menu offers small plates, bowls, and handhelds. The diverse pub fare includes:
- Mini corn dogs
- Upside-down pizza
- Pastrami sandwiches
- Herb-crusted salmon
- An Asian noodle bowl
Meanwhile, customers choose beer from 26 available taps. Options include the brewery’s signatures — such as the Pig Iron Porter and Light and Vienna Red lagers — and various rotating seasonals. These latter choices include the Girls Just Wanna Saison and Bourbon Dubbel.
The alternative drink offerings include white sake sangria and a classic Manhattan.
And as a bonus, customers can observe the canning operations from the bar.
According to the website, the brewery is named for the Continental soldiers who fought a Revolutionary War battle on Iron Hill outside of Newark, Delaware.
The first Brewery opened in 1996 at 147 E. Main Street in Newark, Delaware.
Read more about Iron Hill Brewery in Main Line Today.
Here’s a promotional video for Iron Hill Brewery.
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