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- Production - Regional
500 Spring Garden St
Philadelphia, PA 19123 United States
Yards Brewing Company has been proudly brewing in the City of Brotherly Love since 1994. We’ve grown from a garage-sized operation in the Manayunk section of Philly to Roxborough, Kensington, Northern Liberties, and now to our newest location - a 70,000 square foot brewery and taproom - at 500 Spring Garden Street.
Philadelphia Pale Ale and Brawler, both nationally recognized ales, lead a balanced portfolio of quality, handcrafted beers including eight year-round offerings and several seasonal and limited releases. Founder, Tom Kehoe, and the Yards Crew share a commitment to supporting the good people and organizations making their backyard a better place to live and work.
Here at Yards, it's always been about working hard, having fun and giving back. The Brew Unto Others motto reflects our commitment to quality, community and sustainability. It's also a call-to-action. We encourage you to get together, to enjoy our beer, each other's company and to Brew Unto Others every day. #YARDS #BrewUntoOthers
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Yards Brewing Company, Philly’s Brewery since 1994, announces the release of their first new brand in three years — Summer Crush, a citrus wheat beer brewed with orange and lime zest.
Craft brewery owners in Pennsylvania are attempting to restructure the collection of a forthcoming sales tax that is slated to begin next July and would increase the cost of beer sold directly to consumers for on- and off-premise consumption at the state’s nearly 300 taprooms, tasting rooms and brewpubs. The point of contention for brewery owners is not the implementation of the tax itself, but rather when it is collected.
Channeling his inner Justin Timberlake, Founders Brewing co-founder and CEO Mike Stevens told hundreds of industry professionals attending last week’s Meeting of the Malts gathering in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania that “America forgot how to make beer sexy.” Stevens — who successfully avoided a wardrobe malfunction while participating in a panel discussion about the state of the beer industry alongside Victory Brewing co-founder Bill Covaleski, D.G. Yuengling & Sons chief administrative officer Wendy Yuengling, Yards Brewing founder Tom Kehoe and Cigar City founder Joey Redner — wasn’t calling for a return to the days of provocative advertising, however.
This Summer, Yards Brewing Company invites Philly area locals, as well as visitors to this great city, to come have a beer in their distinct outdoor seating area located directly underneath towering steel brewing tanks along Spring Garden Street in the city’s bustling Northern Liberties neighborhood. The new Yards taproom and brewery at 5th and Spring Garden Streets offers patrons 20 taps of fresh, quality Yards ales and a full dining menu crafted by Chef Jim Burke. Curious folks can opt for up-close brewery tours to see how Yards beers are brewed, bottled, canned and kegged for the hard-working people of Philadelphia and beyond.
As Sunday’s Super Bowl matchup between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles unfolds on the field, Anheuser-Busch InBev will be attempting to capture viewers’ attention by running six ads during the commercial breaks.
Yards Brewing Company will take their role as Philadelphia’s Brewery to a whole new level as the city prepares to win their first championship in the modern football era on Sunday, February 4 at 6:30 p.m. against the New England Patriots.
In this week’s edition of Last Call: Denver brewery De Steeg is sold; Wit’s End announces plans to share Strange Craft Beer space; Anchor, Goose Island, Yards announce tasting room openings; and more.
This November, Yards Brewing Company will open Yards Brewery and Taproom at 500 Spring Garden Street in Philadelphia’s beer-savvy Northern Liberties neighborhood.
In this week’s edition of Last Call: Maryland Brewers and Diageo join forces to amend HB 1283; North Carolina moves toward modernizing the state’s alcohol laws; more breweries close; Yards Brewing Co. reveals plans for its new brewery; A-B divests itself of the former SABMiller’s Central and Eastern European assets; and more.
The thirsty folks at P.J.W. Restaurant Group are excited to announce the newest beer collaboration: P.J. the Elf’s IPA–brewed exclusively for the group by Yards Brewing Company. P.J. the Elf’s IPA is an American IPA available next week at select P.J. Whelihan’s and all three The Pour Houses in PA and NJ.
Yards Brewing Company today announced the launch of a winter favorite, the limited release Chocolate Love Stout, available now through February 2017. Traditionally available starting in January, Chocolate Love Stout hits shelves and taps a month early this year to give fans more time to enjoy this sensual brew throughout the winter months.
Yards Brewing Company is back at it again, releasing their seasonal brew, PYNK: A Tart Berry Ale. PYNK was originally brewed as a draught-only limited release in the early 2000s, but this marks its fourth year as a packaged and draught seasonal from the Philadelphia-based regional craft brewery, available through October.
Yards Brewing Company, a Philadelphia-based regional craft brewery established in 1994, has launched a new campaign called Summer in Our Backyard. This 360° campaign will run from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend and will celebrate all things summer in Philly.
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Quality Assurance Position - Yards Brewing Company
Quality Assurance Position - Yards Brewing Company -- Philadelphia, PA (02/26/2019)
Yards Brewing Company is seeking a Quality Assurance Manager
Year Round Beers
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|India Pale Ale||IPA|
|George Washinton's Tavern Porter||Porter|
|Poor Richard's Tavern Spruce Ale||Ale|
|Thomas Jefferson's Tavern Ale||Ale|
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