Was on a tour here which starts in a small gift shop ... they have a great tour that really takes you through a very old brick brewery ..... You see the usual from ingredients to bottle line and at the time some vertical fermentation tanks which used to be dairy tanks which is different ... they also have hop vines strung along the their truck parking lot which is used in their fresh hop beer .... the tasting room is a nice open area and hopefully one day they serve some food! Overall a neat place to visit and have some fresh local stuff
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This is their production brewery, tasting room, and gift shop. The tour was really thorough and informative. The tour guide pulled a fresh bottle of Shakamaximum off the bottling line and shared it with the group, which was cool. The tasting room is cool- you get a sheet with all their brews on tap and you go through the list and check each one off. The tasting room is a very large open room. The building itself was built as a brewery back in the late 1800s, sat empty when the original owner went belly up in 1939, and is now an active brewery again- kinda cool. The gift shop has cases and singles of their beers, shirts tap handles, etc. Pretty normal brewery experience but very well done and friendly, helpful staff make it worth a visit when in Philadelphia.