After a few years as a beer garden in Philadelphia’s Kensington neighborhood, Tired Hands Brewing Company finally comes to the heart of center city. The holiday pop up is located in the Concourse at the Comcast Center that is easily accessed from the major transportation hub Suburban Station. Whether you’re doing holiday shopping at the new Fashion District or dining at one of Philadelphia’s acclaimed restaurants, you can finally get one of their creative brews in the city.
Landing themselves on lists of best breweries in the country, such as Forbes Magazine’s 15 Best Breweries, Tired Hands has been putting out some of the most creative beers since they were founded out of master brewer Jean Broillet IV’s parents’ garage. They were one of the pioneers of the Milkshake IPA, an India Pale Ale with vanilla and lactose. The contrasting flavors of bitter hops and sweet vanilla is truly something else. Fans would line up for hours outside of their humble Fermentaria in Ardmore waiting for one of these delicious brews… and now they’re available right here in the Concourse at the Comcast Center! That’s right. You can grab some of their infamous milkshake IPA’s without waiting in line in the frigid winter cold. Please click here to read current can availability.