Dock Street Brewery is a pub and restaurant located in Philadelphia and has become a local favorite for its quality beer options, but almost equally importantly its delicious pizza. The brewery was founded in 1985 and was the first microbrewery in Philadelphia and became one of the leading breweries in the country. Several award winning beers have been produced at Dock Street Brewery including the Dock Street Amber beer, Bohemian Pilsner and more. There are few breweries in the area that take as much pride in their beer as they do with their food, and for hungry patrons there are several choices available including vegan and vegetarian pizzas and several ingredient options for pizzas, calzones, breakfast pizzas and frittatas, and more. There are also some of the most unique and unusual pizzas that you can find anywhere at Dock Street including the Fig Jam Pizza and the Bacon and Onion Flammenkuche.
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Jason Harris brews classic American pale ales right alongside his own patented version of watermelon beer, illustrating his passion for both traditional techniques and forward-thinking beer recipes. The company he started in 1992, Keystone Homebrew Supply, now employs a staff of similarly dedicated crafters who are wise in the ways and means of making your own beer, wine, cheese, mead, honey, and flavored play-doh. In addition to stocking all the required equipment and ingredients, Keystone's 23,000-square-foot location in Montgomeryville also hosts classes that inspire amateurs to cook up their own tipples and cheeses.