The Brew Pub.

When Dock Street Brewery was founded in 1985 in Philadelphia, we were one of the first post-prohibition craft breweries in the country - and Philly’s first all-grain brew pub. Our award-winning beers are among the top-rated in the world, and have earned us several silver and gold medals along the way.

Today, Dock Street Brewery practices our craft in a 110-year-old converted firehouse at the corner of 50th and Baltimore Avenue in West Philadelphia. The neighborhood stays true to Dock Street’s bohemian philosophy, with its progressive and eclectic counterculture and a mixture of race, creed and background.

We converted roughly one third of the firehouse into a semi-production brewery, devoting the rest of the space to a sensory-stimulating restaurant. Many of our drafts travel less than 65 feet from conditioning tanks in the brewery straight to the pint glasses and mouths of our patrons, making our offerings quite literally some of the freshest beers available.

Complementing the handcrafted brews is impressive lineup of hand-tossed, wood fired pizza, char-grilled burgers, numerous vegetarian and vegan friendly options, fries and bites, Pennsylvania wines, and beer cocktails.  Neighbors and travellers alike enjoy two bars, an open kitchen, a massive EarthStone Wood Oven, outdoor seating, and ceiling high windows displaying copper-clad brew kettles.


 The Cannery.

Our newest venture is a cannery and tasting lounge built in an airy garage next door to our brewpub on 50th Street in West Philadelphia.

The mixed-use space functions as an expansion of our brewery: we’ll be fermenting, aging, and canning beer onsite round-the-clock, and we'll be open as a Tasting Room for beer (obvi), draft wine, a few classic cocktails and beer cocktails (both draft and made-to-order) plus small bites every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening. The cocktail lineup includes Pennsylvania spirits, local, fresh ingredients and garnishes, house-made syrups and infusions, and of course beer. 

This marks the first time ever that Dock Street will be canning beer. We have a compact but mighty canning line with a stellar group of brewmasters at its helm, led by Head Brewer Mark Russell and including Assistant Brewers Edwin Lopez and Sasha Certo-Ware.