Photos courtesy of Victory Brewing Company
Signature Victory items found on the menu include a hand-tossed brewery pretzel served with spicy HopDevil beer cheese and Düsseldorf mustard and “Wings of Victory” with house-made buttermilk bleu cheese dressing.
Several Kennett Square-inspired items are on the menu, too, including the Kennett mushroom sandwich (roasted portobello, spiced eggplant, tomato chutney, Boursin cheese and fresh sprouts on toasted ciabatta) and the Kennett burger (hormone- and antibiotic-free certified Angus beef, pecan wood-smoked bacon, sautéed cremini mushrooms and melted Danish bleu cheese on toasted brioche). Daily menu additions will highlight local, organic and seasonal ingredients.
Victory at Magnolia seats up to 220 guests and will feature outdoor seating starting in late May. The on-site retail store showcases a bevy of Victory beers for purchase as well as merchandise and beer-infused food products.
Over 800 reclaimed mushroom boards were incorporated as wainscoting and in the custom designed bar that weighs in at 2,500 pounds. A blazing Victory logo spans the 49-foot-long bar. Steps from the trailhead to Red Clay Creek, the brewpub highlights its scenic surroundings with large factory-style windows that usher in natural light throughout the 8,134-square-foot space.
“We are personally thrilled to be welcomed into the Kennett Square community with the announcement of Victory at Magnolia,” said Victory’s President and Brewmaster, Bill Covaleski.
“Our commitment and support of our local economy have created a dedicated following of fans we hope to have for generations to come.”
“This is such an exciting time for all of us,” said Diane Desiderio, Restaurant General Manager, Victory Brewing Company. “We look forward to infusing the Kennett Square area with the hospitality and quality we are known for.”
650 West Cypress St., Kennett Square, (484) 734-1870, www.victorybeer.com.