Located near Philadelphia, Tired Hands Brewing Company is a brew-café nestled in a cozy, quirky space on Ardmore Avenue offering a variety of unique beers on tap and a delicious menu.
I started dinner with a small serving size of HopHands, a juicy, aromatic pale ale, and a delicious cheese board featuring a selection of local cheese from a variety of farms in the area, sweet jam, crunchy house-made bread fermented with ale yeast baked daily and house-brined and pickled snacks. The hop-forward beer paired perfectly with the sweet and salty treats on the cheese board.
For an entrée, I chose more cheese and bread and opted for the grilled cheese with Lancaster County Swiss cheese and roasted Maitake mushrooms on house-made bread, though the Smokey Taabinson dish, with smoked turkey and DiBruno Bros. smoked mozzarella, local broccoli raab and sun-dried tomato aioli looked tempting. The SaisonHands, a four-grain Saison with rye, oats, wheat and Cascade hops, complemented the dish in an unexpected and delicious way that left me craving more.
Instead of dessert, I capped my delicious Tired Hands experience with a sample of Deathtripper, a delicious IPA with notes of citrus, stone fruit and green pepper, and left with both my growler and stomach full.
16 Ardmore Ave.
Ardmore, PA 19003
tel 610 896 7621
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