Iron Hill Rising Sun IPA will be available in 16 ounce cans for the first time this month.
The award winning American India pale ale is brewed with 100% Sorachi Ace hops. The brewery recently made a new commitment to making more of their popular beers available to-go for their fans.
Hops: Sorachi Ace
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft.
Debut (Cans): April, 2017
Iron Hill Crusher Session IPA is the newest can for the Delaware born brewery, a session IPA.
All 11 locations will carry Iron Hill Crusher Session IPA. Brewed with Cascade, Amarillo, and Nelson Sauvin hops. The beer boasts flavors of grapefruit, peach and ripe pineapple.
Available on draft and 16 ounce cans, while supplies last.
Hops: Cascade, Nelson Sauvin, Amarillo
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft. Summer seasonal
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant (Wilmington, DE) is releasing Russian Imperial Stout in cans for the first time. The beer is described as “a beer worthy of a steak.”
“Russian Imperial Stout earned its first medal in 2003, and 12 years later, it continues to proudly represent our talented brewers thanks to its peerless flavor and their relentless commitment to quality,” says Director of Brewing Operations and Owner Mark Edelson. “Nothing sounds better to me on a frozen winter’s night than a hearty steak dinner and a full-bodied stout, and that’s exactly what we’ll be serving in honor of Russian Imperial Stout’s continued dominance.”
Iron Hill Russian Imperial Stout will be available in 16oz cans/4 packs starting February 20th at all of the brewery’s 11 locations. Now through March 1st, the brewpub locations will serve a full range of steak entrees to compliment the medal winning beer.
Style: Russian Imperial Stout
Availability: 16oz Cans, Draft.
Release: February 20th, 2015
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Iron Hill Brewery (DE, PA, NJ) has just released their first canned beer Mahalo, Apollo!
The summer wheat beer brewed with a Belgian yeast, and spiced grains of paradise and lemongrass.
Mahalo, Apollo! is a golden, complex and refreshing summer wheat beer spiced with lemongrass and Grains of Paradise fermented with Belgian yeast, making for an easy-drinking beer that complements grilled dishes beautifully.
Iron Hill Mahalo, Apollo! 16oz cans are the first by the brewery. Four packs are $16.75.
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Iron Hill Brewing is rounding out the year with a bunch of big bottle offerings (in 750ml corked & caged offerings). There are three packaged offerings, each follows a a particular theme. These packs will be available at all ten of Iron Hill’s locations.
- Winter Wheat Wine Ale: Two custom 18 oz. etched glasses and one 750 mL bottle of Winter Wheat Wine, a high gravity, full-bodied Barleywine-style ale brewed with a large proportion of wheat malt that is perfect for a winter evening ($35)
- Belgian Abbey: Three 750 mL bottles: Abbey Dubbel, a mahogany ale brewed in the style of a Belgian monastery with the sweetness of dark Belgian candi sugar paired with a distinct aroma of plum and pears; Belgian Tripel, a traditional Belgian-style golden ale with complex aroma and flavors of plums, spice and bananas with refreshing balanced bitterness; and Belgian Quadrupel, a rich, dark, malty and very complex beer brewed with Belgian Abbey yeast, dark candi sugar and a huge assortment of specialty malts create layers of complex fruity aromas and a warming finish ($50)
- Gold Medal: Four 750 mL bottles: The Cannibal, a Belgian-style golden ale with a complex, dry sweetness, balancing bitterness and a spicy finish (2005 Great American Beer Festival [GABF] gold medal); Russian Imperial Stout, Iron Hill’s most decorated beer, a full-bodied stout that starts with a complex, malty sweet and high-roasted character and is wonderfully balanced with the use of citrusy American hops (2003 GABF gold medal, 2006 GABF gold medal, 2010 GABF gold medal, 2010 World Beer Cup [WBC] gold medal, 2012 WBC gold medal); Saison, a classic Franco-Belge-style farmhouse ale that is unfiltered, bright and light-bodied. The yeast gives an earthy, fruity and spicy character with a refreshing finish (2008 GABF gold medal); and Wee Heavy, a full-bodied, Scotch-style ale with a distinct fruity aroma and flavor, plus a light smokiness from the use of peat smoked malts (2004 WBC gold medal) ($65)
Contact your local Iron Hill location for release dates for these packs.
The Brotherly Suds collaboration features a host of Pennsylvania breweries coming together to make beer for Philly Beer Week. This 3rd work of beer art is a vienna lager fermented with a kolsch yeast. A mix of American & german hops join the party. Troegs, Sly Fox, Yards, Nodding Head, Iron Hill, Victory, and Stoudts helps make this year’s suds. It is Troeg’s Scratch #67.
May, 22 2012 – Voorhees, NJ) — The region’s most popular brewery & dining destination, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, will open its 10th location at Voorhees Town Center (13107 Town Center Boulevard, 856.545.9009) in winter 2012/2013. This will be the second Iron Hill in southern New Jersey, following a tremendously successful Maple Shade location. Voorhees Town Center, a mixed-use property owned by Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust (PREIT), is emerging as the true ‘downtown’ of Voorhees.
“Our vision for Voorhees Town Center is to bring together a blend of national retailers with the best of regional and local restaurateurs, merchants and businesses so that it is truly a community where people can where people can shop, dine, live and play,” says Joseph F. Coradino, President, PREIT Services, LLC and PREIT-RUBIN, Inc. “The addition of a high-quality, leading restaurant like Iron Hill is another step in this transformation.”
“We were looking for a place with a vibrant community where we could become a part of a great neighborhood, and Voorhees Town Center is exactly that,” says Iron Hill founding partner Kevin Finn, who along with co-owners Kevin Davies and Mark Edelson, have continuously sought out thriving locations for their award-winning concept. All three partners are New Jersey natives.
Beyond the comfortable & welcoming interior of the bar and dining areas, large plate glass windows will separate the restaurant from the state-of-the-art brewery that will produce Iron Hill’s award-winning brews. Through the brewery’s windows, beer enthusiasts will be able to watch the brewing process. Guests will enjoy Iron Hill’s six house beers, monthly beer releases and selections from the Bottled Reserves, the brewery’s most award-winning beers from over the years that have been bottled to enjoy in the restaurant or to take home. Iron Hill’s house beers are: Iron Hill Lager Light, a crisp and refreshing lager with subtle malt and hop flavors; Raspberry Wheat, an American wheat beer with just a touch of natural raspberry flavor; Ironbound Ale, a medium-bodied American Pale Ale with an overwhelming hop presence; Pig Iron Porter, a dark ale with a bold roasted flavor with chocolate notes and slight bitterness; Vienna Red Lager, a European-style, medium-bodied amber beer with a delicate malt aroma; and a rotating Seasonal Belgian Ale.
Finn, Davies and Edelson will enlist Philadelphia-based Sandvold Blanda Architecture + Interiors, who have designed each of their locations, to create the 250-seat restaurant featuring comfortable dining areas, an open kitchen and an exposed microbrewery. In the bustling lounge area, floor-to-ceiling windows will open up completely to the street, weather permitting, dark wood high-top tables and a large mahogany bar offer the perfect place to enjoy freshly brewed beer, select wines by the glass and creative cocktails. Gray slate floors, forest green accents and a vibrant beer-inspired mural, created by acclaimed artist Jeff Schaller, help create the restaurant’s handsome atmosphere.