2nd Story Brewing Company

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117 Chestnut St (at 2nd St)
Philadelphia, PA 19106
(267) 314-5770

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  • The sausage pizza is delicious
  • The quality of brewing is a tier above what Triumph was putting out. Beers are smoother and colder. I wish they would bring back Fritzies (sp) Lager. But highly recommended!
  • Boa cerveja, ambiente agradvel. Algumas TVs passando futebol americano, beisebol e basquete. Comi as wings (levemente apimentadas!) e no me arrependi!
  • Love the pumpkin porter. Skip the braised pork fundido. It's just some slimy gooey nacho cheese.
  • Beer is okay food is decent. The vibe is in your face hipster. Overall generic
  • Great food, staff and beer.
  • Replaced Triumph Brewery. I got wings and they were fantastic. Onsite craft beer was great too.
  • 2nd Story Brewing Co. will go way back in time to welcome Pope Francis to Philly. Their beer "Pater Noster" (or "Our Father" in Latin) is usually made by Trappist monks to enjoy on special occasions.
  • Location & atmosphere was great but meandering bar staff and mediocre beer skunked the experience.
  • The brisket in a biscuit is phenomenal. Great beer, great atmosphere.
  • Beer is good, local and well priced ($5.50 for 12oz). Food is overpriced and mostly consists of sandwiches ($14) and pizza. Peas soup with pistachios was good though. Service is very slow.
  • Huge pub with their own beers. You can also watch sport events on the TV screens.
  • Decent place. Nothing special.
  • Whoooo. Be careful when ordering the chef's choice tempura vegs, chicken and seafood. They snuck in a couple of fried lemons (ie, fruit) and biting into one sort of ruined the whole thing.
  • Get the flight of beers- great value and a great way to get many beers for cheap.
  • Solids (and nicely-priced house beer on tap). Have one with the spicy pork fundido. Delicious.
  • Hostess said it would be a 20 minute wait. Waited for an hour and no one could tell us how long our wait would still be since the hostess had "disappeared" and apparently no one else could seat us.
  • Four beer flights for $7.50. I'm partial to the Belgrave Crescent.
  • Sambal and Honey Wings. Get them.
  • Try the adult grilled cheese and the colonial porter