Special guys deserve special treatment on Father’s Day. So whether it’s dad, pop-pop, stepdad, a favorite uncle or your BFF, treat him to a special meal and Honey Do Wit beer release at Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant on Sunday, June 15. Live near Maple Shade? That location is also serving up a brunch beer pairing on Saturday, June 14.
Drooling already? Then grab a napkin and check out our Father’s Day menu (detailed below too). You’ll swoon over the choices and the limited time beer release. Reservations are encouraged to make sure you get your place at the table.
Father’s Day Menu
Offered Sunday, June 15
Steak au poivre
12 oz. New York strip, buttery smashed Yukon gold potatoes, haricots verts and green peppercorn sauce.
Bacon-wrapped filet mignon
Boursin-smashed Yukon gold potatoes, asparagus spears, cipollini onions and Madeira wine sauce.
Char-grilled flat iron steak
Baked potato, sautéed spinach, grilled mushrooms and shallot-herb butter.
Char-grilled 20 oz. porterhouse steak
Champ potatoes, roasted asparagus and house-made steak sauce.
Char-grilled ribeye steak
Glazed haricots verts, cheesy smashed potatoes, crispy onion rings and chimichurri sauce.
On Tap: Honey Do Wit
Also available at all Iron Hill locations special for Father's Day: Honey Do Wit. Snag your share on tap and in bottles June 13–15. The unfiltered Belgian-style double wheat beer is brewed with 60 pounds of orange blossom honey. Pale colored and medium-bodied, yet complex. Distinctive yeast and added spices produce a refreshing, fruity citrus flavor. OG: 1.075; Color: 3; IBU: 20; ABV: 7.0%
Dad may be king for a day on Father’s Day, but many dads feel like King of the Hill all the time because…well…they are! They’re earning rewards every time they visit any Iron Hill location as card-carrying members of our King of the Hill Rewards Club (which makes a great gift, by the way). What does the king want on his special day? Here’s what these King of the Hill members had to say:
King of the Hill Members Recommendations for Father's Day Gifts:
“I just want some good weather to spend a nice day with my son and my wife. A tasty Iron Hill Russian Imperial Stout would complete the day.” —Brian P., Brookhaven
“I’d love all 10 grandkids in one place at the same time. That’s so rare these days. Plus Iron Hill’s Sweet Leaf IPA. It had me at ‘overwhelming hops.’” —Eric L., West Bradford Township
“I'll take a growler of Iron Hill’s award-winning Russian Imperial Stout and a cheeseburger, please, while lounging outside people-watching for the entire Sunday afternoon.” —Jim B., East Bradford Township
“I’m hoping for good weather for our family day at the beach. There will definitely be some Iron Hill Salmon Spring Rolls and an Ironbound Ale happening, too. Very likely before, during and after Father’s Day.” —Bob H., West Brandywine Township
“Since my son will be 21 at the end of June, I want him to go with me to Iron Hill. I've heard great things about the burgers and haven't had one in ages. I'd like to go with my son and try one and buy him a Pig Iron Porter. This year, I'd like a beer-related gift, too, to some place I’ve never been, like Tired Hands. That would be a tasty month!” —Jim S., West Whiteland
But wait, there’s more to entice local dads if you live in or near this part of the Garden State: Maple Shade’s Father’s Appreciation Beer Brunch, which unfolds Saturday, June 14,
noon–2 p.m. Delight in four courses and four beers for just $55. Reservations are required for this sell-out event, now in its fourth year. Call (856) 273-0300.
Father’s Appreciation Beer Brunch Menu
First Course — Belgian Wit beer muffin
Kumquat-basil marmalade and coriander cream cheese.
Paired with Mahalo, Apollo!
Second Course — Sweet and sour rock shrimp
Belgian endive and preserved Meyer lemon yogurt.
Paired with Maibock.
Third Course — Miso-glazed kurobuta pork belly
Sunny side up egg, Chinese broccoli, shiitake mushroom-sweet potato hash
and charred tomato-sriracha sauce.
Paired with Orange Truffle.
Fourth Course — Goji berries and cream crepe
Ginseng gelato, Asian pear and honey syrup.
Paired with Belgian White.
Note: A non-alcoholic brunch is available upon request.
Still reading this? Awesome! But now you should go make reservations, pronto. With 10 locations in Pennsylvania, Delaware and New Jersey, there’s an Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant near you. We specialize in handcrafted beers and fresh, from-scratch New American cuisine. Monthly releases vary by location, so scout them out and visit us soon.
Content provided by Dish Works author Nina Malone.