In 1995, Sly Fox Brewing Company poured its first beer from a modest brew house and pub in Phoenixville. Twenty years later, the brewery is still crafting critically acclaimed, classically styled beers.
The family-owned operation has seen many changes over its two decades, but the one constant has been the desire to produce high-quality beer. Also known for its popular series of outdoor events like the Can-Jam Festival and annual Goat Race, this is a brewery that knows how to celebrate.
All photos by Nina Lea Photography.
From Dec. 11 through the 13, both the Tastin’ Room (331 Circle of Progress Drive, Pottstown) and the Brewhouse & Eatery (520 Kimberton Road, Phoenixville) will host celebratory events. The weekend bash kicks off with a party, followed by a beer brunch—a three course meal for $30 a person, with only 50 tickets available—and a “throwback night” featuring a retro growler special and a pig roast.
The brewery has also created a limited-release beer to commemorate the occasion. Sly Fox 20 is a dry-hopped, Belgian-style golden ale and will be released in 750-milliliter bottles.
For additional information, visit www.slyfoxbeer.com.