Philadelphia has been a cutting-edge beer city for a long time, and with the craft-beer boom of the past decade, it’s brewery scene has really flourished. These are the best spots to discover new, delicious beers in Philadelphia.
Located a short walk from the Delaware River in Center City, 2nd Story Brewing is a vibrant brewpub serving craft beer, classic bar food, and dishes inspired by culinary traditions around the world. You’ll find brews both local and from around the country here.
2nd Story Brewing. 117 Chestnut St.
This Spring Garden brewing company is also one of the most popular outdoor event spaces in town. Over 70,000 square feet of brewery, restaurant, bar, and outdoor seating make up this beer-lover’s paradise.
Yards Brewing Co. 500 Spring Garden St.
This brewery’s original model was built in 1885, and today it’s running strong as one of the most popular breweries in Philadelphia. Come here for original craft beers, weekly tastings, and tours of the old factory.
Philadelphia Brewing Company. 2440 Frankford Ave.
The style and offerings of this popular Philadelphia brewery are as unique as its literary name. The food is Russian-inspired, and the in-house beers are delightful, well produced gems. The aesthetic is a classic, industrial-looking brewery.
Crime and Punishment Brewing Co. 2711 Girard Ave.
This retro brewery has been renovated into one of the most well-curated taprooms in the city. Stop by for some delicious, simple bar eats, and a growler to take home of your favorite craft beer you found in Philly.
Saint Benjamin Brewing Company. 1710 N 5th St.