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Sly Fox Brewhouse and Eatery is a bubbly bathhouse for taste buds where customers can souse mouths with an array of craft beers and finely prepared pub grub. Commence chew-infused table chats with a round of Bavarian-style pub pretzels, an appetizer of two coiled comestibles delicately knotted by the hands of a salt-loving seafarer ($5.99). Fish fanatics can satiate cravings with beer-battered fish-and-chips platters, a traditional tavern dish of crispy cod served with malt vinegar and fries ($12.99). Muffle the moans of carnivorous stomachs with a meatloaf sandwich, an 8-ounce slab of succulent beef served on an open-faced bed of texas toast alongside gravy-soaked mashed potatoes ($9.99), a home-style meal away from home that will spark comforting memories of steamy loafs of meat and grandpa’s stories of digging trenches in stylish trench coats during the trench-digging fad of ’49.
Enjoy pints of microbeer hand-crafted by award-winning brew master Brian O'Reilly, perusing Sly Fox's supply of more than 100 different varieties of suds on tap and in cans, which include year-round fixtures and rotational seasonal offerings. Dessert doyens will find solace in a goblet of rich Pughtown Porter, a chocolaty cold one concocted with British pale, crystal, chocolate, and black malts. Alternately, the Instigator Doppelbock, a bronze-medal GABF 2007 winner, is the brooding spawn of German malts, Hallertauer hops, and existential literature.
Zagat gives Sly Fox Brewhouse a rating of 13. Cityvoters placed Sly Fox in the top five brewpubs in Philadelphia two years in a row, and Philadelphia magazine named them the best place for beer. More than 20 [Yelpers] give Sly Fox Brewhouse an average of 3.5 stars, TripAdvisors give it three owl eyes, and 78% of Urbanspooners recommend it.
- Sly Fox’s brewers know that modern cans protect their pale German-style lager Pikeland Pils better than a bottle. We know that cans chill faster, the better for an afternoon spent relaxing with this seriously good brew. – Philadelphia magazine
520 Kimberton Rd.
Phoenixville, Pennsylvania 19460