Cartesian Brewing in South Philly
Cartesian Brewing in South Philly
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Cartesian Brewing Opens In South Philly

Cartesian Brewing Opens In South Philly

Cartesian Brewing in South Philly
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With new breweries opening every other day in Fishtown, it’s nice to have one open in a different neighborhood. Cartesian Brewing opened in South Philly’s East Passyunk neighborhood, which only has a few breweries right now. Several are located on West Passyunk, but Cartesian Brewing joins some of the city’s best restaurants and bakeries on East Passyunk. Separatist South Philly and Stickman’s pop-up location are located further south, but Cartesian Brewing is closer to the Italian Market and the heart of cheesesteak central. Whether you prefer Pat’s or Geno’s, it’s the perfect place to grab a drink after getting your whiz wit. 

The owner is a South Philadelphian homebrewer who hopes to showcase local ingredients, and their website calls it a “local-origin farm brewery within the city.” They’ve been holding pop-up can releases at this location, but they finally opened for service this weekend.

The tap list features six different beers and, surprisingly, not every brew is an IPA. But that doesn’t mean they don’t have something for everyone. They have two Saisons, one Red Ale, and two IPAs, including a collaboration with Stolen Sun. They call this collab Borrowed Daylight, a West Coast IPA that uses Simcoe, Centennial, and Ekuanot. The other IPA is a Farmhouse IPA brewed with Kveik yeast. You can view the tap list here. Additionally, they’re selling their Single-Hop IPA with Idaho 7 at a discounted $10 per 4-pack while supplies last. Follow them on social media for more.

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