The region’s most popular brewery and dining destination, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, opened its 10th location at Voorhees Town Center (13107 Town Center Boulevard).  Founders Kevin Finn (@IronHillChief) and Mark Edelson (@FeHillBrewer) are excited to bring their second location to the New Jersey area.  “We are thrilled to open our newest location in Voorhees and join this great group of restaurants and retail shops,” says Finn, who along with co-owners Edelson and Kevin Davies established the group of first-rate restaurants in 1996.   

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Diners can now visit this soon-to-be popular location for a tasty menu of soups, sandwiches, fresh pizzas, salads and entrées, and classic favorites and comfort foods.  

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A selection of foods available at Iron Hill Brewery

Guests can also take advantage of Iron Hill’s six house beers which include: Iron Hill Light Lager, Raspberry Wheat, Iron Bound Ale, Vienna Red Lager, Pig Iron Porter and Seasonal Belgian Ale, as well as  monthly releases.  Beer enthusiasts can watch the brewing process right from the restaurant through a series of large plate-glass windows that separate the restaurant from the brewery.  Head Brewer Kevin Walter (@BrewKevin), an English major who started at Iron Hill Brewery years ago as a waiter and worked his way to the top and ultimately assume the position as the head “hops master”,  will continue the award-winning brewing process at the Voorhees location.  In addition the six house beers, other varieties currently on tap at the newest location are the Bebop Brown, Maholo Appollo, Paramount and Shirt Tail.    Beer can be enjoyed by the glass, tasting flights or even at home by grabbing a growler-to-go.

I had a chance to attend the ceremonial “First Pour” and taste one of the first beers poured at the Iron Hill Brewery Voorhees location. I also participated in a celebratory toast with founders Finn and Edelson and head brewer Walter.

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Kevin Walter was also nice enough to take me and my pal, Jennifer McCoy into the brewery for an up-close and personal tour of the brewery operations.  

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I even got to taste one of the beer directly from the fermentation tanks. Can’t get any fresher than this.  It was delicious! 

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Beer poured fresh from the fermentation tank by Head Brewer Kevin Walter
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A girl and her beer

The community is buzzing with excitement as we have been waiting patiently for an Iron Hill Brewery to open in this part of southern New Jersey.  The Iron Hill Brewery experience doesn’t get any better than this.  Go check it out for yourself and tell them Linda from Giggles, Gobbles and Gulps sent you.  Cheers!

I was invited as a guest of Iron Hill Brewery to attend their first pour celebration and have dinner.

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  1. Love the fact that we have more places and drink in thr neighborhood!
    Something big is crossing the river from Pennsylvania into New Jersey. According to public records and a well-received presentation on October 23rd, the long awaited Hampton Inn development project on Rt73 in Voorhees is not only closer to materializing, but also now promising to be more worth the wait with major-league diner developer, Mark Klein, as the co-tenant.

    You may not have heard of Mark Klein but if you live in the western suburbs of Philadlephia, or have ever been strolling South Street in the wee hours, you’ve probably eaten his pancakes or pastrami. Mr. Klein, who began his career at the Culinary Institute in Hyde Park, NY, grew-up working in the restaurant business. His family owns one of the most successful diners in New York and another in the nearby Main Line suburb of Wayne, PA (Minella’s- named after his Mother ).

    If you live in Voorhees and haven’t been fortunate enough to breakfast, lunch or dine late night in one of his other traditional diners: The Limerick Diner, South Street Diner or Llanarch Diner (which you can catch a glimpse of in Bradlee Cooper and Robert Di Nero’s latest film “Silver Linings Playbook”)… then you’re in for a serious treat!

    Josh Sapienza of Llenrock Advisors  told us: “We’ve spent more than three years developing the up-scale diner concept and looking at various hospitality and entertainment development projects. Finding the right location hasn’t been as time consuming as negotiating mutually beneficial terms…we had to walk away from a few [deals] in the 11th hour due to  “term creep” and that’s never easy for any client.”

    As far as the design and menu are concerned, Klein says “It’ll be better than any other diner in the tri-state area.”

    “Mr. Klein is one of the best foodservice operators I know. Amenity tenants like him bring a lot more to the table than just rent…we’re thrilled to work with a developer in such a great community who appreciates that. This deal is a testament to the value in well-positioned independent hoteliers collaborating with experienced restaurateurs to provide positive and sustainable growth in the region.” Sapirnza commented.

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