Flying Fish Crafthouse to Open in Philly This Fall

06 July 2016

imageFrom Flying Fish:

After several years of looking at potential projects and partners, we’re excited to announce the opening of our first Crafthouse in Philadelphia’s historic Brewerytown neighborhood along with Chef Brian Duffy.  The area’s undergoing a renaissance and we’re happy to be part of it.  We won’t be brewing at the location, but we will be making beers only available there.  There will be a full menu of local ingredients all made from scratch, a full bar and growlers for takeout.  Also, two of the 16 taps will be dedicated to local crafts that our team will hand select.  Find some initial details here and we'll put out more as they become available.

Only in Jersey: Pescado Dorado

We’ve just shipped our second collaboration with the great folks at Jose Cuervo®.  Last year we focused on hops, this year we’re featuring a malty golden Belgian-style ale infused with apricot and saffron.  There’s only 300 cases, which will be available in 750 ml bottles in New Jersey and at our tasting room.  Following on the heels of this release, look for a release from Cuervo®, a limited edition version of Tracicional® aged in the same barrels we used.

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