Iron Hill Brewery to Honor Delaware Breweries

Iron Hill Brewery to Honor Delaware Brewies

Iron Hill Brewery to Honor Delaware Brewies

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Iron Hill Brewery to Honor Delaware BrewiesPhiladelphia, PA - Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant will be honoring Delaware by featuring the continuing collaborations with the local craft beer community at its recently-renovated Wilmington establishment by devoting 24 taps to local signature beer faves from every brewery in Delaware.

The Made in Delaware Multi-Tap, is going to be held Saturday, June 8 from 1-4 p.m. and is going to feature 12 and 16 oz. Pours from $6.25 to $7.75, in addition to three skillfully crafted 8-beer samplers for just $18 each.

The big event will additionally provide guests the chance to take pleasure in restaurant’s newly, expanded outdoor space and in-season menu items and the opportunity to sign up for the King of the Hill membership, which offers numerous year-round offerings beginning with a free small item from the menu.

The 24 breweries and their craft promotions are as follows:

3rd Wave - Hang Loose
Argilla - 7 Day IPA
Autumn Arch - Modern Day Monk
Bellefonte - Oat-Face Killah
Big Oyster - Pineapple Dream
Blue Earl - Honeysuckle Rose
Brick Works - Nautical Nonsense
Crooked Hammock - Beach Escape
Dew Point - Atomic Blonde
Dewey Beer - Heavily Meditated
Dogfish Head - SuperEIGHT
Fordham & Dominion - Zombee
Iron Hill Newark - Watermelon You Lookin' At
Iron Hill Rehoboth - Koastal Kölsch
Iron Hill Wilmington - Scurvy Cur
Iron Hill Wilmington - Summer Crush
Midnight Oil - Paradox
Mispillion River - Pineapple Express
Revelation - Grandmaster Juice
Stewart's - Fog of War
Stitch House - My Neck, Maibock
Twin Lakes - Jubilicious
Volunteer - Stupid Money
Wilmington Brew Works - Par Avion-Margarita

“This event is a way to showcase and celebrate the start of summer and the comradery Iron Hill has always been on the forefront of fostering in the craft beer community,” says Moriah Guise, Iron Hill Brewery Wilmington’s Head Brewer. “Most importantly, it allows us to give our guests the ability to enjoy all the wonderful things the entire state of Delaware has to offer through what we know best – really great craft beer.”


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