Philadelphia, PA - Dock Street Brewing Company is proud to announce the opening of Dock Street Fishtown. This quirky and cozy taproom and cocktail lounge is on the ground level of the brand-new El Rose building, at 1229 N. Front Street.
Dock Street's second outlet is now open from Tuesday to Sunday. It features rotating drafts and dedicated taps for wine, cider, Mediterranean small plates, cocktails, mocktails, and four-packs. Dock Street Fishtown has eight taps with a rotating selection from the brewery's award-winning beers. The current line-up includes Dock Street Rye IPA and Dock Street Bohemian Pilsner as well as seasonals like Dock Street Prince Myshkin, Dock Street Citrahood and Dock Street Bohemian Pilsner. There are also four lines of wine and cider.
The 90s cocktail menu is rounded out by cocktails with clever names like The Freshmaker, named after a popular mint from the 90s, and It's a Chopper, Baby, quoting Quentin Tarantino's cult classic Pulp Fiction's renegade fighter Butch.
The taproom offers a wide variety of 16oz cans, four-packs, and other cold, freshly-packaged drinks to go. Dock Street Spirit's Made in Oaxaca Vicio Mezcal, a Dock Street Spirit award-winning product, is featured in all the cocktails. There's also a "Mocktails+Such" menu, which includes juices, sodas and cocktails with no alcohol content.
The 1000 square foot taproom/cocktail bar can accommodate 30 guests on custom-built café tables topped with Mount Blanc marble that is naturally purple-tinted. A spacious concrete-topped countertop is accented by green tiles to match the bar backsplash. The taproom's concept is inspired by the brand's nautical roots. A life aquatic-themed wall features sailors, surfers, and water deities.
Dock Street Fishtown's grand opening comes after the brewing company moved to Dock Street South, a 10,500-square-foot production facility with a taproom, at 2118 Washington Avenue, in 2019. Dock Street South was the brewer's home for 12 years. The brewery's move to Fishtown reflects the company's continued growth and success since 1985 when Dock Street was one of the nation's first craft breweries.
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