Tue. Jan. 03

Announcing our new Head Brewer, Jason Ranck

View more

Thu. Sep. 03

Fritzie’s Lager: Recipe & Notes

View more

Sun. Aug. 30

Hops Harvest 2015

View more

Thu. Mar. 05

117 Pale Ale reformulation

View more
NO. 06

Blog

Tue. Jan. 03

Announcing our new Head Brewer, Jason Ranck

When 2nd Story Brewing first opened in 2014, it was fueled by passion. Passion for creating a warm, fun environment, passion for delivering outstanding meals from our scratch kitchen, but most of all, a passion for making some of the finest craft beer in Philadelphia. Our head brewer, John Wible, delivered on that passion, but... View Article

View Post

Thu. Sep. 03

Fritzie’s Lager: Recipe & Notes

It might not be “cool” to brew a lager but Brewer Wible just can’t help himself. He’s always been a classic kinda guy and loves mastering traditional styles. He’s a sucker for tradition. And people do like lagers! It’s a great style of beer. And hey, don’t forget it was here in Philadelphia that Mr.... View Article

View Post

Sun. Aug. 30

Hops Harvest 2015

We try our best at 2nd Story to share the stories of the people who work hard to make our brewpub a special place. There are a lot of people to thank but today, we honor the farmer! We’re fortunate to have a close relationship with Tilted Barn Farm, a picturesque farm out in Chester... View Article

View Post

Thu. Mar. 05

117 Pale Ale reformulation

In an effort to bring more layers of hop flavor to our 117 Pale Ale we’re tweaking the hops a bit. I¬†originally was using Cascade, Centennial and Chinook in equal parts. The result is a wonderfully classic American hop character. The beer has notes of citrus and pine layered on the pale/oaty base. I decided... View Article

View Post

Tue. Sep. 02

Hops

Our 117 Pale Ale is intensely hopped with 3 varieties of American hops; Chinook, Cascade and Centennial.

View Post

Sun. Jul. 06

Brewing!

With the additional time needed to complete our interior construction we're able to open with a full lineup of House and Seasonal beers!

View Post