Image via Artillery Brewing Company.
Artillery Brewing Company, only the second small-batch brewery on the west side of West Chester’s city center, offers a patriotic approach with its craft beer and food products, writes Ed Williams for Main line today.
Hidden down an alley, the 2,800 square foot space can accommodate up to 60 people, with additional alfresco dining available during the warmer months. The interior features contemporary decor.
Artillery offers a wide selection of beverages from its 10 keg brewing system and 20 fermentation tanks.
Revolutionary War-inspired beers include Paoli’s Massacre, Fog of War, Traitor, and Gunpowder. Dinner options include pulled pork nachos, sourdough pizza, and stuffed jalapeños.
“We want to avoid trendy beers to focus on limited, small and experimental batches in addition to our heavy hitters,” said co-owner Michael Loveless.
The artillery moved to 333 Granite Alley, a stone’s throw from Gay Street.
Learn more about Artillery Brewing Company in Main line today.