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Hood: Rittenhouse

Updated: 05/26/2015 · 263 South 15th St. (between Locust & Spruce) · (215) 545-4101 · Visit website



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  • 46 Bar(s)
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    Allagash White

    Style: Wheat/White/Weizen
    Origin: Portland, ME

    Unique and truly refreshing. Brewed with a generous portion of wheat and our own special blend of spices, this beer is light and slightly cloudy in appearance, with a spicy aroma. 5.5% ABV.

  • 3 Bar(s)
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    Avery New World Porter

    Style: Porter
    Origin: Boulder, CO

    A traditional black porter, with a surprise twist - it's dry-hopped!! We've expanded the porter category a bit, adding a delightful, dry hop aroma to blend with the sweet caramel and chocolate charact...

  • 1 Bar(s)
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    Boon Framboise

    Style: Sour/Wild-Fermented Al...
    Origin: Belgium

    Framboise Boon is a traditional Belgian Lambic fruit-beer. It is brewed according to the traditional Lambic style of spontaneous fermentation. Only fresh raspberries (25%) and wildcherries (5%)are use...

  • 4 Bar(s)
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    Captain Lawrence India Pale Ale

    Style: IPA
    Origin: Elmsford, NY

    Hops, hop, and more hops. This beer is brewing using only the finest US grown hops from our good friends out West. With a robust hop aroma from the dry hopping process, this beer delivers on its promi...

  • 1 Bar(s)
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    De la Senne Taras Boulba

    Style: Belgian Golden/Blonde ...
    Origin: Belgium

    Light-bodied session ale with saaz hops in the nose and taste, and a refreshing pale malt taste.. 4.5% ABV.

  • 3 Bar(s)
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    Frecon Farms Early Man

    Style: Cider
    Origin: Boyertown, PA

    This light bodied estate cider is a select blend of our early maturing heirloom apples, featuring McIntosh & Gravenstein - from our original orchard stock. While still a dry cider, the Early Man i...

  • 8 Bar(s)
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    Hop Concept Citrus & Piney

    Style: IPA
    Origin: San Marcos, CA

    Bold orange peel and honey aromas with a faint hint of bready malt define this IPA. The citrus and piney are both on full display, with tangerine and grapefruit notes that lead to a crisp spicy finish...

  • 1 Bar(s)
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    Ithaca Super Stout

    Style: Stout
    Origin: Ithaca, NY

    Oatmeal stout made with Sumatra beans from Gimme! Coffee. 5.2% ABV.

  • 18 Bar(s)
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    Lagunitas Secret Undercover Investigation Shut-down

    Style: American Strong Ale
    Origin: Petaluma, CA

    We brewed this especially bitter ale in dedication to all the world’s would-be astronauts, in remembrance of the 2005 St. Patrick’s Day Massacre on the Brewery Party Grounds and also in joyous cel...

  • 6 Bar(s)
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    Tired Hands SaisonHands

    Style: Saison/Farmhouse Ale
    Origin: Ardmore, PA

    Our Four-Grain Saison. Brewed with rye, oats, wheat and Cascade hops. Fermented in large oak tanks. Traditional, complex, and zippy. Notes of lemon zest, pear, barnyard, hay, guava, juicy fruit, and e...

  • 1 Bar(s)
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    Two Roads Conntucky Lightnin'

    Style: American Strong Ale
    Origin: Stratford, CT

    The Connecticut Yankees at Two Roads have CONNjure up this moonshine inspired bourbon-like ale. Using good ol' USA corn grits and aged in real bourbon barrels from a famous Kentucky distillery, this u...

  • 22 Bar(s)
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    Weyerbacher Tarte Nouveau

    Style: Sour/Wild-Fermented Al...
    Origin: Easton, PA

    A session style American Wild Ale. Using a process of kettle souring, they turn the simple malt bill into a light yellow colored ale that is quite tart and pleasant to drink.

  • 3 Bar(s)
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    Yards Philadelphia Pale Ale (cask)

    Style: Pale Ale
    Origin: Philadelphia, PA

    Not to be boastful, but we honestly believe all other ales pale in comparison to ours. Dry hopped with an abundance of distinctive Simcoe hops, this straw-colored pale ale is more drinkable than bitte...