Celebrate Iron Hill Media’s 15 Years of Success

On Saturday, June 13, join Iron Hill Media for a toast to its 15th anniversary! From 1–5 p.m., the brewpub will be going old school with a Sweet Fifteen Multi-Tap Event featuring a roster of its original beers from the year 2000 and a classic menu to match.

To take the party to the next level, Media head brewer Andrew Johnston has crafted a featured beer just for the event: Big One-Five IPA, an American double IPA brewed with five gallons of mango juice and abundant Galaxy and Simcoe hops for a distinctly tropical aroma and flavor, with notes of mango, passionfruit, pineapple and grapefruit.

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Beers from Iron Hill Media’s opening a decade and a half ago will also be on tap for the celebration:

  • Maibock, an award-winning pale lager

  • Ironbound Ale, a medium-bodied American pale ale

  • Anvil Ale, a medium-bodied, copper-colored English-style best bitter

  • Lodestone Lager, a Munich-style pale lager

  • Pig Iron Porter, a classic porter

The menu for the party will bring back fond memories, too. Head Chef Mike Casciello is planning to serve seven throwback dishes from the restaurant’s past, including Tex-Mex egg rolls, drunken clams, the much-loved Lejon pizza, Jamaican jerked pork porterhouse and more.

We hope you’ll join us at the party and toast to Iron Hill Media’s 15 fabulous years! While you’re there, stay social by following Iron Hill Media on Twitter and Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant on Facebook and Instagram using the hashtag #MediaBigOneFive.

With 11 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 out our beers on tap and visit us soon.

Michele Kornegay

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