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Traditional Belgian-style golden ale with complex aroma and notes of plum, spice and banana with refreshing balanced bitterness.
2002, 2003, 2004 GABF Bronze Medal; 2014 GABF Silver Medal in the Belgian-Style Tripel category; 2016 World Beer Cup Gold Medal in Belgian-Style Tripel
With smooth notes of ripe pineapple and grapefruit punctuated by a lightly hopped finish, this session IPA is both refreshing and flavorful.
A golden West Coast-style IPA brewed with a portion of rye malt for a spicy character that marries with floral, fruity and spicy hop varieties.
German dark lager with a pronounced toasted and lightly roasted malt aroma and flavor. Finishes crisp and clean.
2003 GABF Bronze Medal.
Sixteen ounce can of our golden IPA with a balanced hop bitterness and wonderful citrus and pine aroma and flavor.
A deep red, Flemish brown ale. Starts off malty with a bit of caramel character, finishes with a refreshing tartness.
An Imperial Stout aged on rich chocolate nibs and locally roasted coffee.
2016 World Beer Cup Silver Medal in Coffee Beer
Traditional German lager with a light straw color, delicately hopped with Saaz and Saphir hops for an earthy, spicy, crisp clean finish. Named in honor of the local Pennypack trails.
Medium-bodied copper ale, malty sweet with a balancing bitterness. Spiced with traditional pumpkin pie spices and vanilla instead of finishing hops.
Traditional black German lager, medium-bodied with a slightly roasted flavor. A distinctive hop bitterness that leads to a clean, dry finish.
Pale, unfiltered Belgian-style wheat beer, light-bodied and very refreshing. Features complex citrus fruit flavors from an addition of lemon peel, lemongrass and Sorachi Ace hops.
A pale yellow American IPA brewed with tons of Columbus, Centennial, Chinook and Simcoe hops, giving it a medium body and overwhelming hop flavor.
A golden Belgian-style ale. Its complex flavors and dry finish are accented by a nose of tropical fruit and dry spice.
2005 GABF Gold Medal; 2006 World Beer Cup Silver Medal; 2015 GABF Silver Medal.
Sixteen ounce can of our European amber lager — medium-bodied with a delicate malt aroma, slight sweetness and a clean, crisp finish.
Awards: 1999, 2011 GABF Bronze Medal; 2008 GABF Gold Medal; 2008 World Beer Cup Silver Medal.
It all started when two acclaimed homebrewers and one passionate restaurateur decided to take the love of their craft to the next level. For over 20 years, Iron Hill has put passion into every step of the brewing process–from grains to glass. Especially when it comes to creating beers that complement your full culinary experience. And it seems to be working. After all, we’re one of the most award-winning breweries in the country. But you be the judge.
Color: 1.08 L
Brewed to deliver a crisp, refreshing taste, this lager’s malt and hops are well-rounded and subtle. Our lightest and lowest-calorie beer, it’s still got plenty of flavor.
Color: 11 L
This European amber lager is medium-bodied with a delicate malt aroma. Its slight sweetness and clean, crisp finish make it as easy to drink as it is fresh.
Awards: 1999, 2011 Great American Beer Festival Bronze Medal 2008 World Beer Fest Silver Medal 2008 Great American Beer Festival Gold Medal
Color: 3 L
This light-bodied, Belgian-style unfiltered wheat features complex notes of spice and orange–managing to be both impressively flavorful and incredibly refreshing.
A classic with a twist. We’ve added a touch of raspberry to our unfiltered Belgian-style wheat that blends beautifully with its notes of orange and spice. Every sip’s a burst of flavor.
Color: 4 L
Each sip of this American IPA embodies the Iron Hill spirit. Brewed as a collaboration amongst our brewery team, it strikes that perfect balance between hoppy bitterness and the flavors and aromas of citrus and pine.
Color: 23 L
Brewed using the same recipe we’ve had from the start, this porter is medium-bodied and well-balanced. Roasted malt flavor and notes of chocolate are punctuated by the slightest bitterness for a full flavor experience.
Awards:2002 Great American Beer Festival Bronze Medal2010 Great American Beer Festival Gold Medal
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Sep 06, 2017
Sep 23, 2017
A light amber, fuller-bodied Belgian-style pumpkin ale spiced with cinnamon, clove, allspice, and nutmeg.
Belgian Pumpkin Porter aged on whole cocoa nibs. Subtle pumpkin pie spice compliments the chocolate and roasted characters. Served on nitrogen for a creamy mouthfeel.
Sep 29, 2017
Traditional German festival beer, this medium-bodied lager has a wonderful sweet, malty and bready aroma and a firm malt flavor, balanced with mild bitterness and a clean, dry finish.
A class of their own, Bottled Reserves is our way of showcasing our most-awarded, innovative, and significant beers. Carefully crafted and hand-bottled, they are well-preserved, drinkable pieces of Iron Hill history.
Order one for the table. Take one home to share with friends. Or give one as a gift to someone who appreciates great beer. However you enjoy them, remember that each sip is a tangible part of Iron Hill’s journey from home-brewing to the most award-winning brewery east of the Mississippi.
Reserve bottles may only be purchased at your local Iron Hill Brewery. Product not for resale.
Brewed in the style of a Belgian monastery, this mahogany ale has the sweetness of dark Belgian candi sugar paired with a distinct aroma of plums and pears.
2006, 2010 World Beer Cup Bronze Medal
A classic Belgian-style farmhouse ale; unfiltered, bright and light-bodied, yet with a complex earthy, fruity and spicy yeast character.
2008 Great American Beer Festival Gold Medal
Full-bodied Scotch-style ale with a distinct malty-sweet and fruity aroma and flavor. A light smokiness lurks in the background from the use of peat smoked malts.
2008 Great American Beer Festival Gold Medal1998, 2001 Great American Beer Festival Bronze Medal2004 World Beer Cup Gold Medal2008 World Beer Cup Silver Medal
Traditional Belgian-style tripel with a complex aroma and flavor of plums, spice, and bananas, balanced with a dry yet refreshing, crisp bitterness.
2014 Great American Beer Festival Silver Medal2016 World Beer Cup Gold Medal
Belgian-style golden ale with a complex, dry sweetness, balancing bitterness and a spicy finish.
2005 Great American Beer Festival Gold Medal2006 World Beer Cup Silver Medal2015 Great American Beer Festival Silver Medal
Full-bodied stout that starts with a complex, malty-sweet and high-roasted character that is wonderfully balanced with the use of citrusy American hops.
2011, 2013, 2015 Great American Beer Festival Silver Medal2003, 2006, 2010 Great American Beer Festival Gold Medal2012 Great American Beer Festival Bronze Medal2006 World Beer Cup Bronze Medal2010, 2012, 2014 World Beer Cup Gold Medal2016 World Beer Cup Silver Medal
Flemish-style red ale starts off with a light caramel sweetness that gives way to a quenching sourness and effervescent mouthfeel.
As the most award-winning brewery East of the Mississippi, we know that critics love our beer. But what matters most is that our guests love our beer. We brew it all for you.
That's why we've remained an independent brewery from the start. With an on-site brewery at every location, we're not held to strict recipes or outdated processes. We're able to listen to our fans, continue to improve our classics, and get inventive with new beers. We're honored to be certified by the Brewer's Association as an Independent Craft Brewer. You'll see this seal at every location, because we are proud to be a part of the movement it stands for.