Where craft beer and scratch food come together.
It's back with a spooky new look.
Hop Heads, your oasis awaits.
Pig Iron Porter. Now in cans. Finally.
Phone: (302) 266-9000
Fax: (302) 266-9050
11:30 AM – 12:00 AM
Food service until Midnight
11:30 AM – 1:00 AM
Food service until 1:00 am
11:00 AM – 1:00 AM
11:00 AM – 11:00 PM
Food service until 11:00 pm
Reservations and call-aheads are accepted for lunch and dinnerHandicap accessible All major credit cards accepted No smoking allowed, except in designated outdoor areas Cigar and pipe smoking prohibited
Our lightest beer. Brewed to give a crisp, clean, refreshing taste with very subtle malt and hop flavor.
A European amber lager, medium-bodied with a delicate malt aroma, slight sweetness and a clean, crisp finish.
Pale, unfiltered Belgian-style wheat beer, light-bodied and very refreshing. Features complex orange and spice flavors.
Classic, unfiltered Belgian wheat beer with a touch of raspberry. The complex orange and spice flavors blend perfectly with the berry.
Golden IPA with a balanced hop bitterness and wonderful citrus and pine aroma and flavor.
A classic porter, dark and full of roasted malt flavor. Chocolate notes are well balanced by a slight bitterness.
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