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When you visit our brewery, you'll enjoy your beer less than 100 feet from where it was made. It doesn’t get any fresher than that!

So come in. Have a seat. Enjoy a beer. Have a snack. Play some games. Watch your beer being brewed.


1023 Hamilton Street
Philadelphia, PA

Our Hamilton Street entrance

Our Hamilton Street entrance

an old manufacturing space made new again

Our home at 1023 Hamilton Street once manufactured parts for the trains that traveled the Reading Railroad. We are excited to highlight the character and natural beauty of the building. Old machinery, soaring ceilings, and lots of natural light.


We are about creating beer that’s enjoyed everywhere

On a bar stool next to a good friend, with a delicious meal, or on a couch at home. We’re about listening – truly hearing what others have to say about what we do. We’re about Philly – being a vital part of the city that we call home. We’re about working hard and having fun – putting our love of this craft into making each amazing beer. 


Love City Lager

Style: American Lager ABV: 4.0% Appearance: Light gold, clear

Hops: Cascade Malt: Brewers Malt & Pale Ale Bitterness: Low

Flavor: Lightly bready; floral & citrus aroma and hop character; clean, crisp finish

Notes: The first lager in American was brewed in Philadelphia! Proud to carry on the tradition.


Unity IPA

Style: American IPA ABV: 5.5% Appearance: Light amber, clear

Hops: Citra, Simcoe, Mosaic Malt: Brewers Malt & Pale Ale Bitterness: Moderate

Flavor: Moderate malt backbone; robust grapefruit & citrus flavor & aroma; hoppy finish

Notes: Depending on your preference, it was either named for the Op Ivy OR Queen Latifah song!


eraserhood north east ipa

Style: Hazy IPA; New England IPA ABV: 7.2% Appearance: Amber/peach color, hazy to opaque

Hops: Mosaic, Citra, Centennial Malt: Pale Ale, Brewers Malt, Oats Bitterness: Low

Flavor: Round & smooth; moderate malt backbone; huge mango, berry, & citrus hop flavor; fruity finish

Notes: Triple dry-hopped! It also goes through a “hop stand” to extract even more flavor