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Upcoming Events at Iron Hill

Iron Hill is hosting a number of events over the next couple of weeks for the craft beer lovers out there.

British Invasion
Iron Hill's annual "British Invasion" will be held this Saturday from 1-8pm. They will have nine English-style beers on tap including a cask conditioned ESB and a few reserved strong beers. King-of-the-Hill members will also be able to try their "Winston Churchill", a special smoked, bourbon-barrel aged barleywine. In addition to great beers, Chef Tim has created a full British-inspired menu for the day as well, so be sure to save some room.

Phightin’ Phils Pils Release
This First Friday, April 4th, Iron Hill is celebrating the start of the Philadelphia Phillies season with the tapping of their "Phightin' Phils Pils" a flavorful but crisp German-style Pilsner. Chef Tim has prepared a specialty hot dog menu for us to enjoy during the game, and they will be tapping a "Firkin" of Cask conditioned beer like they do every "First Friday". This month's firkin will be Ironbound Ale.

Chef & Brewmaster Pairing Menu
On Thursday and Friday April 10th and 11th, Iron Hill will be offering a "Chef and Brewmaster pairing". This has all of the magic of their beer dinners, with each item paired with one of their beers, but can be ordered by any guest, even a la carte if you would only like to try some of the pairings. Reservations are not necessary, just bring your appetite!

For more information on all of these events, visit ironhillbrewery.com/phoenixville

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