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Beers from this Delaware brewery are now in stores for the first time in nearly 25 years

Ryan Cormier
Delaware News Journal
Iron Hill Brewery has partnered with NKS Distributors, making their beers available in Delaware stores for the first time. The cans began arriving Monday and will also soon be available at Southeastern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey retailers.

The beer isn’t getting to you. Those really are cans of Iron Hill Brewery beer you’re seeing in liquor stores.

For the first time since the chain was founded in Newark in 1996, Iron Hill brews started hitting store shelves on Tuesday after Iron Hill teamed up with New Castle-based NKS Distributors.

There are now three varieties of IPA available in Delaware: Sweet Leaf IPA, Hipster IPA and Philly Phavorite IPA.

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“A rotating selection of IPAs, including Kryptonite Double IPA, and seasonal beers like Reindeer’s Revenge, will round out the initial portfolio offering,” an Iron Hill spokesperson said.

Four-packs have a suggested retail price of $11.99.

With nearly 20 locations from Philadelphia to Georgia, the in-store Iron Hill cans are only available in Delaware ... for now. The retail roll-out will soon expand to Southeastern Pennsylvania and South Jersey.

Go to ironhillbrewery.com/beerfinder to see what stores are carrying.

Got a tip? Contact Ryan Cormier of The News Journal at rcormier@delawareonline.com or (302) 324-2863. Follow him on Facebook (@ryancormier), Twitter (@ryancormier) and Instagram (@ryancormier).