Iron Hill Brewery, Maple Shade, NJ, Celebrates Second Anniversary

by artfuldiner on June 24, 2011

in Breaking News, New Jersey, Restaurant Event, Special Celebrations

iron-hill-brewery3Since opening in July of 2009, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, 124 East Kings Highway, Maple Shade, has become one of New Jersey’s most popular spots for excellent food and fine house-made beer.


To celebrate the restaurant’s two-year mark, Head Brewer Chris LaPierre will host an anniversary party on Saturday, July 16th and also a summer-inspired “Brewmaster’s Dinner” on Wednesday, July 27th.


On Saturday, July 16th, from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m., Mr. LaPierre and his team will be pouring two specials beers: “Second Rising” and “Christmas in July.” “Second Rising,” Maple Shade’s official second anniversary beer is a double IPA that has been single-hopped with Sorachi Ace hops, and will be available for $7.00 for 16 ounces. “Christmas in July” is Iron Hill’s famed winter warmer, aged in used bourbon barrels for four months. It is a strong, dark ale finished with classic winter spices, and will be available for $6.50 for 16 ounces.


The celebration will continue on Wednesday, July 27th, beginning at 7:00 p.m., when Maple Shade Executive Chef Michelle Wilson joins Mr. LaPierre for a summer food and beer pairing dinner. The seasonal menu will include…


Yuzu-Butter Grilled Oysters: Wasabi Breadcrumbs

Brew: Belgian Witbier, a pale, unfiltered Belgian-style wheat beer


Seafood Salad: Fried Green Tomatoes, Peppadew Peppers, Pink Peppercorn Oil

Brew: Saizanne, Belgian-style farmhouse ale finished with pink and green peppercorns


Mojo Lobster Roll: Chili-Spiced Gaufrette Potatoes

Brew: Kryptonite, an American-style IPA loaded with malt flavor


Chicken Fried Steak & Grilled Shrimp: Bacon-Braised Collard Greens, White Corn Gravy

Brew: Anvil Ale, a medium-bodied & copper-colored English-style best bitter


Vanilla & Wild Berry Crepes: Sauterne Whipped Cream

Brew: Cherry Porter, an award-winning Pig Iron Porter aged with whole vanilla beans and finished with concentrated Michigan sour cherry juice


The cost of the “Brewmaster’s Dinner” is $65.00 per person, all-inclusive. For more information about either event, or to make reservations, please call the restaurant at (856) 273-0300.


Bon Appétit!



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