Lionville Fire Company Honored with Exclusive Beer by Iron Hill Brewery

Engine 47 Lionville Fire Company
Image via Iron Hill Brewery.
From left, Justin Low, Iron Hill Sr. Head Brewer, Deputy Chief Mike Holmes, President Mark Hull, Captain Mike Lam, Lieutenant Dan Chapman, Vice President Jim Jarvie, and Chief Mike Esterlis.

The Lionville Fire Company and Iron Hill Brewery in Exton recently teamed up to create an exclusive beverage called Engine 47 Pilsner.

Multiple members of fire company were involved in the customization of the beer, including Vice President Jim Jarvie and Chief Mike Esterlis.

The beer was officially released on Oct. 15. During the release party, Iron Hill presented the company with a donation of $5,000 from funds that were raised through the sale of the restaurant’s 3-Alarm Firefighter’s Burger this year.

Engine 47, the name of one of the station’s trucks, is a 5.1 percent ABV Pilsner has an IBU of 28 and features German hop varieties, Mandarina Bavaria and Hallert au Blanc. It is crisp, clean, and filled with aromas of citrus zest, and juicy white grape. The beer is on sale now, and $1 from every standard draft pour will be donated to the Lionville Fire Company.

“I think this is a great way to further connect with our community,” said Firefighter Will Mikulich. “It’s more than just fundraising. It’s outreach that joins everyone together in a fun and helpful way.”

Learn more about Engine 47 Pilsner.

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