Two Chester County Breweries Ranked as Fastest Growing in the U.S.  

Image via Iron Hill Brewery.

Two Chester County establishments are on the top 25 fastest-growing breweries list for Next Glass. They were ranked on number of check-ins and percentage growth. Four other breweries throughout the Keystone State were also on the list, according to Breweries in PA.  

Exton’s Iron Hill Brewery ranked at no. 12 on the list for check-in growth. It had a check-in count increase of 23,729. It boasts of 86 awards and a unique ambiance. The taphouse also offers delicious food and offers an array of unique brews such as the Orange Creamsicle Milkshake IPA and the Brambleberry Farmhouse Ale. 

West Chester’s Wrong Crowd Beer Company made number five on the list for check-in growth percentage, at 1,056 percent. What started as a nano-brewery in 2017 is now a production brewery and taproom that offers 24 beers on draft. The beer is crafted on a 15-barrel brewing system, according to its website. It offers delicious brews, such as Key Lime Pie Milkshake IPA and the Choc Choc Passion Baby Sour.  

Read more about the fastest growing breweries on Breweries in PA.  

Iron Hill Brewery’s 25th anniversary.

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