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Origin: Philadelphia, PA
  • Proprietary cask brewed by Sterling Pig for Prohibition Taproom. IPA that will vary periodically in its hop bill. .

  • The most approachable of our ales, Brawler is malt forward and delicately hopped for a knockout flavor. Its smooth character, hints of caramel and toast and remarkable drinkability define this ruby-colored brew as a true session ale. Perfect for when you want to go a few rounds. 4.2% ABV.

  • This highly drinkable West Coast Double IPA will take you on a journey of epic proportions. 9.3% ABV.

  • Our first ever and most beloved brew, ESA helped establish a following for cask-conditioned beer in the United States back in the ‘90s. East Kent Golding hops give this English-style ale a subtle spiciness, which compliments its strong malt backbone. Hints of chocolate and caramel round out this deep chestnut-colored ale. Floral, earthy, smooth. 6% ABV.

  • Detailed in a letter from the General to his officers during the war, Washington’s recipe employed molasses to aid fermentation and give rich caramel notes to this robust, roasty ale. The recipe reflected his admiration for Philadelphia-style porters, especially those brewed by Robert Hare (whose original brewery stood just blocks from where ours is now). Our Tavern Porter, inspired by Washington’s, is dark, smooth and complex with just a hint of dried fruit in the finish. 7.0% ABV.

  • 1 Bar(s) Serving Yards Golden Hop

    Style: IPA See where it's pouring

    Golden Hop IPA soars with the tropical notes of tangerine, mango and grapefruit from Mosaic and Amarillo Hops. Cascade in the hopback adds a bright floral, citrus undertone, complementing this light-bodied IPA's vibrant hop bouquet. Wheat malt gives Golden Hop its sunny color while Belgian yeast contributes to its clean, crisp feel. 6% ABV.

  • 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 bitter, more aromatic than aggressive. Philly Pale, as it’s better known, is crisp, hoppy and bursting with citrus. 4.6% ABV.

  • 4 Bar(s) Serving Yards IPA (cask)

    Style: IPA See where it's pouring

    Standing firmly on the east coast end of American IPAs, our India Pale Ale emphasizes balance. An insistent malt character from traditional floor-malted English barley harmonizes with a generous amount of Chinook and Amarillo hops. Fruity and aromatic, our IPA is perfectly balanced. 7% ABV.

  • Our brewers have poured their hearts and dark, roasted malts into this rich, well-rounded stout. Luscious notes of coffee and chocolate accent its smooth, creamy mouth feel. We will not apologize for any amorous affairs resulting from the consumption of this beverage. 5.5% ABV.

  • 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 bitter, more aromatic than aggressive. Philly Pale, as it’s better known, is crisp, hoppy and bursting with citrus. 4.6% ABV.

  • Yards proudly donates $1 from every case sold to breast cancer research and awareness. So when you drink PYNK, you are helping us do more good. Cheers to that! Yards PYNK is a beer like no other. We add 3,300 pounds of sour and sweet cherries and raspberries to each batch, resulting in a tart berry ale that’s effervescent and pleasantly pink in color. Delighting the palette, this light-bodied brew finishes refreshingly dry. 5.5% ABV.

  • Summer Crush is an easy drinking, flavorful Wheat Beer with a juicy citrus finish that transports you to bright summer days and hot summer nights. Brewed with orange and lime zest, this crushable delight brings the refreshment to the shore, the front stoop, the rooftop, and everywhere else you celebrate summer. 5% ABV.

  • This strong and complex golden ale pays homage to Founding Father and fellow brewer, Thomas Jefferson. Yards Brewmaster, Tom Kehoe, worked closely with Philadelphia’s historic City Tavern to recreate this recipe, employing honey, rye and wheat, just like the beer Jefferson made at Monticello. 8% ABV.