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December 30, 2011

Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant’s Chestnut Hill Location, Their Ninth Outpost And First In Philadelphia, Set To Open January 4

Impressive: the Chestnut Hill location is Iron Hill's second new location in just three years. (Image courtesy Iron Hill)

On Wednesday, January 4 at 4 p.m., Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant founders Kevin Finn, Kevin Davies and Mark Edelson will celebrate the opening of their first Philadelphia location at 8400 Germantown Avenue in Chestnut Hill with a festive toast.

Councilman Bill Green and Councilwoman Cindy Bass, along with the Iron Hill owners, will come together for a ceremonial “First Pour” from the taps of their new brewery. The restaurant, Iron Hill’s ninth location, will then officially open to the public at 5 p.m.

In what has become a long-standing Iron Hill tradition, the restaurant will offer seasonally changing American dishes by Executive Chef Mario Romero that transcend typical brewpub fare.

Open for lunch and dinner seven days a week, Iron Hill Chesntut Hill will offer soups, sandwiches, made-from-scratch pizzas, salads and entrées.

Through large plate glass windows that separate the restaurant from the brewery, beer enthusiasts will actually be able to watch the brewing process by Head Brewer Paul Rutherford.

There will be six house beers, monthly beer releases and selections from Bottled Reserves, the brewery’s most award-winning beers from over the years.

Chestnut Hill is a great location for Iron Hill, given the lively and comfortable restaurant and retail culture. We’re hoping their venturing into city limits portends another Iron Hill within Philadelphia in the near future!

Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant: Chestnut Hill — Opening January 4!
8400 Germantown Avenue
www.ironhillbrewery.com

Previously: Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant To Open A Chestnut Hill Location, Their Ninth Outpost And First In Philadelphia

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