The Roy Pitz Barrel House is located in the Spring Garden neighborhood of Philadelphia. They are known for their eclectic food menu and, of course, their “Liquid Art” beers from the original Chambersburg location. The Barrel House opened in Spring 2017, but they temporarily stopped onsite dining last November due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The brewery limited service to takeout and delivery since, but the brewery has some exciting news for Philly residents! They’re reopening the Barrel House this Thursday, March 25, for indoor and outdoor dining.
The Roy Pitz Barrel House is known for its Detroit-Style Pizza: 10×10″ pan pizzas with an extra crispy crust. The Barrel House offered six pizzas, including three meatless options. They also served traditional pub food such as burgers and wings. Customers could select one of five sauces or a dry rub for the “Liquid Art Wings.” So there really was something for everyone.
Speaking of having something for everyone, Roy Pitz will offer one of the widest varieties of styles of beer in the area. They will offer IPAs, barrel-aged sours, lagers, stouts, and more. They’re also going to have Scotch Barrel-Aged Stubborn Irish Prig Porter. Once, the barrel House made a BBQ sauce with this beer that they offered with the wings. You don’t want to miss that.
They have 19 beers on tap and offer over 20 for home delivery. You can purchase beer and merch for takeout here. The tap list is available here. You also might want to make reservations because they are limited to 25% capacity.