How did the fiercely independent folks running Philadelphia Brewing Company create one of the most successful breweries in Philadelphia? They renovated a 125 year old brewery & married their decades of brewing experience with an unwavering passion for the sciene of brewing. With more than a dozen different styles of ales and lagers brewed annually Philadelphia Brewing Company have a beer for every discerning palate.
They brew fresh beer daily and deliver fresh beer daily — directly to their loyal customers.
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 21.
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 – Kenzinger –
This crisp, light-bodied, golden beer is the very definition of refreshment. The combination of premium German pilsner malts and American Noble hops aims to please your taste buds and satisfy your thirst.
Speicalty Beer Category – Fleur de Lehigh
Belgian Golden Ale brewed with ginger & lemongrass.
It’s About More Than Great Beer
We also believe that there is more than just great beer behind a successful brewery. It’s our company’s values that put our community, environment and people right up there with the bottom line. Come for a visit and see for yourself how our commitment and independence sets us apart from the rest.
A 125 Year Old Landmark
Our brewery was originally constructed as a brewery over 125 years ago. When you step inside you will feel the difference before you get the chance to taste the difference. It was built by the Weisbrod & Hess Oriental Brewing Company in 1885 and designed by brewery architect A.C. Wagner. This beautifully designed 19th Century facility sets the standard in Philadelphia for the ultimate in recycling and reuse. This is where we are extremely lucky to call our home today. Since acquiring the massive 38,000 square foot brewery in 2001, we have set out not only to carefully renovate this forgotten gem but also to revitalize our industrial neighborhood of Kensington.
The original Hexemer General Survey of the Weisbrod and Hess’ Lager Beer Brewery (now our brewery) in 1886 and this one is our brewery in 1892.