(Philadelphia, PA) – Yards Brewing appears to be bringing back two beers from its “Ales of the Revolution Series.” George Washington’s Tavern Porter and Thomas Jefferson’s Tavern Ale got label approval recently. Only a couple reviews have been made for these beers so it looks like they have been off of shelves for a while now (correct me, please).
The brewery also opened up a new facility while still operating in the old one. Lew Bryson wrote an informative piece on the transition: “Basics: Year-rounds will be ESA, Philly Pale, IPA, and Brawler. Remember Brawler, the “pugilist-style ale”? It’s a 4.0% malt-forward session beer, “A ruby mild, really,” Tom said. [...] Seasonals, for now, are Love Stout in the fall and winter, Saison in the spring and summer. [...] There will also be some one-offs coming from the old original Yards brewing system, the little three-barrel baby from the old brewery up on the hill in Manayunk.”
Oddly, there is no mention of the Revolutionary Ales there but good stuff happening with the brewery nonetheless.