I love Iron Hill. Their food and drink selection are both very good. The beer selection varies widely, depending on what day it is, but their food is always fantastic. It’s a little pricey, but the portions are large and the quality is always top notch.
Awesome place. Very popular with locals. The bar is nice, very friendly service. Dry reasonably priced beers, especially at Happy Hour. The beers are almost all excellent, all brewed on premises. Great selection. Bright, cheerful place, very kid friendly as well. The restaurant is nice, the food was excellent. The nicest thing was that the reserve beers were available for on premise consumption, or to be taken out. You could order from the list, and they offered some of their nicest beers, like the RIS and their Barleywines for sale. Great place.
Finally made it back after many years. Nice bar, a little small but plenty of room to talk while standing. Service was good, friendly. Good variety of beers and multiple hop additions to some ipas. Had a pizza (Thanks DocLock) which was tasty. Prices were a bit high for a brewpub selling their own beer.
Overall a great experience. The server was in training and assisted by another waiter. Both were very pleasant and polite. Beer menu was quite vast including over a dozen available in bottle only. I tasted 6 beers from the tap including 3 before my meal and 3 with dessert. Very accomodating to beer flights, 4oz each. The coffee porter was my clear favorite with the Hefeweizen a close second. I also tasted the pig iron porter, abbey dubbel, witbier. The porter was good, with the witbier and the dubbel just ok, but nice for an american take on the style. The bock went really well with my chocolate cake. $30 for a crab cake sandwich, cake and 6 beers was well worth my experience. Wouldja - yes. I will without a doubt try some of the bottle beers next time I am in town.
Went here to seek out their cheeseteak egg rolls. Greasy, but delicious. Got a beer 2 samplers so we could try everything, and their darker beers showed much better than the light ones- the lighter beers were light on flavor and had a big "carbonation" flavor. Quad was very tasty, and the bar atmosphere was very comfortable.
The cornerstone of a really neat street in Phoenixville. I was able to find parking on the street although it’s a high traffic area. There’s are definite thematic elements across Iron Hills from the house beers to the unique font everything is written in to the minimalist wood and steel decor to the locally sourced food. As others have noted this location is smaller than a typical location but what’s great about Iron Hill is that each location has their own brewer who’s given a lot of autonomy to make beers so each location has totally different beers. The crust of the pizza I had was a bit overdone but otherwise tasty. I enjoyed the beers I had and I thought it was a pleasant experience.
I liked the decor and the open view from the bar of the street. The place was clean and neat. The food was really good as was the service. I was allowed to wait for someone at my table and did not feel pressured to leave. The beer selection was great too. I would definitely go back.
kennydiaz (30) Manahawkin, New Jersey | April 2, 2009| Updated April 10, 2009
A VERY NICE SELECTION OF THERE OWN FRESHLY BREWED BEER. A FEW OUT OF THE BOX BEERS WHICH WERE VERY GOOD. THE SERVICE WAS FAIRLY GOOD FOR OUTSIDE OF NY. BEER PRICES WERE FAIRLY HIGH $6 A PINT AND IT COST ME $25 A GROWLER. THE REAL PLEASANT SURPRISE HERE WAS THE FOOD I HAD THEIR CALAMARI FOR AN APPETIZER AND THEIR HAWAIIAN TUNA FOR DINNER BOTH WERE OUT OF THIS WORLD. THIS PLACE WAS DEFINITELY WORTH THE TRIP.