Delaware-basedIron Hill Brewery and Restaurantopened their 16th and tenth in Pennsylvania.
Located in Hershey within the Hershey Towne Square, Iron Hill Hershey is the largest tenant and occupies 9,000 sq. ft. in the new mixed-use development.
Iron Hill Hershey boasts a seating capacity of 290 in its dining, bar and outdoor areas and features an on-site brewery with the ability to produce 900 barrels annually
The Iron Hill Hershey location will be managed by industry veteran Bill DeVinney, who has spent the past six years leading numerous Iron Hill locations across a variety of leadership roles.
Signature and seasonal beers as well as those exclusive to Hersheywill be available year-round, brewed on-site.
Fare prepared on-site include thePhilly Cheesesteak Egg Rolls ($12.00), Luau Shrimp ($11.00),Voodoo Chicken Flatbread ($12.00), Drunk Monk Burger ($14.50), Grilled Salmon Salad ($17.50) and Char-Grilled NY Strip Steak ($25).A rotating weekly feature menu will also be offered.
“This has been an incredible year for Iron Hill, and we’re truly humbled and excited to end it with yet another location in Pennsylvania,” says Chairman of the Board and Co-Founder Kevin Finn. “We love what we do every single day and hope it shines through in all of the vibrant communities we serve – Hershey being the newest on our growing list. We look forward to expanding the dining and gathering opportunities for both local residents and to the millions of visitors who travel to this region.”
Iron Hill got its start 22 years ago on Main Street in Newark. It is named after a Newark landmark that near the site of a Revolutionary War battle.