Yards Bewing Company


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Yards Bewing Company

Legend has it that beverage writer and Philly beer scene veteran, Lew Bryson, came by the brewery for an interview with Tom during hurricane force winds.

While Tom was going on and on about the latest and greatest features of the new brewery, the storm blew out every single window right there in front of them. Thankfully, no person, and no beer, was hurt.

Have you ever been to our Real Ale Invitational?

Every year, we bring the best cask ales from across the country (and the pond) to Yards for your tasting pleasure.

Did you know that we offer free brewery tours and beer samples every weekend?

Stop by between 12 and 4pm to see how we make what Philly drinks!

The first bottling run at 901 N. Delaware happened on October 30, 2008.

Yards employees handed those very bottles of ESA out to thirsty parade goers the next day during the Phillies' World Series Championship Parade. Go Phils!


We've been brewing in the City of Brotherly Love since 1994. Visit our Tasting Room to try our year-round, seasonal and small batch brews. Use the drop down menu to see what's on tap, what food trucks we have lined up and how to host your own special event here. See you soon!

Yards Brewing Company
901 North Delaware Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19123
215.634.2600 x106

Tasting Room Hours

Open every day from 12 to 7pm

We are closed on Christmas Day, New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day and Thanksgiving.

Click here to find out what's on tap.

Click here to see our Food Truck schedule.


Saturdays and Sundays only from 12 to 4pm

Due to the large crowds and festive atmosphere, we encourage you not to bring children on weekends. For everyone's safety, you must be 21+ to go on a tour. Consider enjoying our Tasting Room with your family on a weekday! Bus tours, private tours and guided tastings are offered by appointment only. Please contact events@yardsbrewing.com for booking information.


Monday through Friday from 9am to 5pm




Parking is available at the brewery and on surrounding streets, but for many reasons (legal and environmental), we encourage you to consider public transportation, especially if you plan on imbibing our fine products. SEPTA's Market Frankford Line stops a few blocks away at Spring Garden Street. And the #43 and #25 busses drop you practically at our doorstep. If cycling is your game, we are located directly on the East Coast Greenway and have ample bike lock stations outside. There is also an Indego bike station located just outside the brewery!