Crime + Punishment Brewing Company Opening in Philly

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Crime + Punishment Brewing Company is located in the Brewerytown neighborhood of Philadelphia.

Our beer and comfort food unite our local history and community with the themes and characters of Russian literature. The result is a warm and friendly brewpub experience that invites people to mingle in the name of good beer and great stories.

Grand Opening, July 11th 2015!

We are pleased to finally announce our Grand Opening which will be on Saturday, July 11th, 2015 from noon to midnight.

The first two hours will be a ticket only event. Only those with advance tickets will be able to attend from 12-2pm, so buy tickets now for yourself and all of your friends! Your $25 ticket includes a commemorative glass, two beers of your choosing, and a kielbasa with sauerkraut and potato salad.
$25 Grand Opening Ticket:


Painting walls 70 hours a week gives you lots of time to contemplate your existence. Mike Wambolt used the time to dream up homebrew recipes. He pondered Raskolnikov’s confession to Ilya. And wondered what, if anything, he’d do with his recently-earned masters in theology. Opening a craft brewery that celebrated Russian literature was nothing more than an eccentric pipe dream. Until his friends started tasting his experiments.

Now, nearly 5 years later, Crime + Punishment Brewing Company serves craft beer in Philadelphia’s birthplace of brewing. Mike and co. are putting the “brew” back in Brewerytown with playfully-named beers packing unique flavor. Beers like Indecent Exposure, The Guillotine, and House Arrest.

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.

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.

Great beer.  Great food. Great community. Crime + Punishment welcomes you.

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