List of breweries in Philadelphia
Flying Fish Brewing Company, in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, about 6 miles (9.7 km) east of Philadelphia), is the largest craft brewer in New Jersey. Flying Fish produces Belgian Abbey Dubbel, Porter, English Special Bitter Ale, Extra Pale Ale, and many seasonal brews.
Philadelphia Brewing Company is at 2439 Amber Street in the Kensington neighborhood of the city. Philadelphia Brewing Co. brews Kenzinger, Walt Wit, Newbold IPA,Rowhouse Red, Joe Coffee Porter and seasonal beers. The 40,000-square-foot (3,700 m2) building is the original home of the Weisbrod and Hess brewery and was built in 1885.
Victory Brewing is located in Downingtown, Pennsylvania. Victory is arguably the area's most successful brewery. Victory's most popular beers include Hop Devil IPA, Golden Monkey Triple, and Prima Pils. Popular seasonals include Whirlwind Wit, Old Horizontal Barely Wine, Storm King Stout, Moonglow Weizenbock, Sunrise Weiss, Mad King Weiss, Sunset Dunkelweise, Workhorse Porter, Uncle Teddy's Bitter, and ESB.
Yards Brewing Company was established in 1994 and is at 901 Delaware Ave. Its lineup currently includes Philadelphia Pale Ale, IPA, ESA and Brawler. The brewery also produces seasonal beers such as Love Stout, Saison, Trubbel De Yards and Old Ale. Yards also produces a line of Revolutionary Ales in conjunction with the City Tavern. These include Thomas Jefferson Tavern Ale, General Washington Tavern Porter and Poor Richards Tavern Spruce.
Brewpubs, combination brewery-restaurants, and smaller-scale brewpubs include Dock Street Brewing Company, Earth Bread and Brewery, Tired Hands Brewing Company, Forest and Main Brewing, The Vault Brewing Co., Iron Hill Brewery, Manayunk Brewing Company, Nodding Head Brewery & Restaurant, Rock Bottom, Sly Fox Brewery & Restaurant, McKenzie Brew House, and Appalachian Brewing Co.