What does a house painter with a PHD in theology contemplate during his 70 hour work week? In the case of Mike Wambolt, it was dreaming up homebrew recipes & formulating the plans for a craft brewery celebrating Russian literature. Five years later, his dreams became a reality when Crime + Punishment Brewing Company opened up in the Brewerytown section of Philadelphia.
You'll find Crime + Punishment Brewing Company at our upcoming MGK Locals Only Beer Festival on April 22 at Independence Seaport Museum. Tickets are on sale now and selling fast.
We'll be highlighting each brewery participating in our event on wmgk.com with our Locals Only Spotlight feature. You'll get a feel for what drives them to make delicious craft beer and most importantly what tasty offerings they'll be serving up on April 22.
What They're Serving
Each brewer will serve up a Flagship beer (a beer they're well known for) & a Specialty/reserve beer. Attendees will get to vote for their favorite beer in each category.
Flagship Beer Category - Double IPA Repeat Offender
Repeat Offender is an all Citra Double IPA brewed in the New England style of IPA.
Specialty Beer Category - Berlin Vice -
Putting the Brew Back In Brewerytown
Crime + Punishment Brewing Company serves craft beer in Philadelphia’s birthplace of brewing, Brewerytown with playfully-named beers (Indecent Exposure, The Guillotine, and House Arrest) packing unique flavor.
From ales and lagers, to saisons and IPAs, there’s something on tap for everyone. C+P aims to blend the once-great local brewing tradition with newer craft techniques and international inspirations. They have designed a rotating menu of distinctive brews and Russian-influenced dishes done their way.
Being A Part of Brewerytown Life
Crime + Punishment is proud to be part of a thriving community. They partner with local organizations to promote the rich culture of Brewerytown. Whether sponsoring the little league or hosting Philly arts events, C+P seeks creative ways to step outside its walls and participate in neighborhood life. It’s not just a place to eat and drink, it’s a place to get to know your neighbors.