Wilmington-based Iron Hill to open its 11th Pennsylvania location in Newton


Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant (Iron Hill) announced it has signed a lease for their 11th Pennsylvania location on South Eagle Road in Newtown, PA.

Newtown is about an hour northeast of Wilmington. (Rendering courtesy of Iron Hill).

It’s  part of a  larger initiative to operate “20 restaurants by 2020.” With an anticipated opening date in spring 2020, Iron Hill Newtown is part of the Village at Newtown Shopping Center in Bucks County, PA.

Located in the heart of Newtown and owned by the Brixmor Property Group, the brewery and restaurant will be joining several additions to the renovated shopping center. The 7,500-square-foot  space will be in the L-shaped addition along West Road, which is currently under construction.

It will feature Iron Hill’s on-site brewing facility as well as seating for approximately 350 including a bar area, dining room, and outdoor dining space. Brixmor Property Group is investing approximately $35 million to renovate and expand the center.

Iron Hill  has 10 locations across Eastern and Central Pennsylvania, including Center City Philadelphia and expanding as far west as Hershey.

“Iron Hill is thrilled to open our 11thPennsylvania destination in Newtown in 2020,” said Kevin Finn, co-founder of Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant. “As we explored communities throughout Pennsylvania, we quickly realized that Newtown was a perfect fit for us and we are excited to be a part of the growth in this outstanding community. We have a long history of quenching consumers thirst for craft beer and made from scratch food in a fun and comfortable setting; which is something we feel will complement the current establishments throughout the town.”

Iron Hill will once again will partner with Boulder, CO-based Bray Architecture to design the brewery and restaurant to reflect the modern color-palate and welcoming floor plan of their newest locations.

In addition to expansion Iron Hill is renovating targeted locations. Iron Hill in Wilmington, DE recently celebrated a grand re-opening and Maple Shade, NJ is currently also undergoing a refresh.

Iron Hll is named after the historic Revolutionary War landmark in Newark, where General George Washington’s  army met  the British.

Founded by home brewers Kevin Finn, Mark Edelson and restaurateur Kevin Davies in Newark in 1996, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant has  16 locations up and down the East Coast, including Pennsylvania, Delaware, New Jersey and South Carolina.

Each brewery/restaurant has their own scratch kitchen and craft brewery.

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