Fleur de Lehigh Released

Fleur de Lehigh
Philadelphia Brewing Co. has released the first of its seasonal brews, Fleur de Lehigh.

This brew is a nod to old tyme beverages – the kind of styles being re-invigorated by Belgians and Italians and foresighted Americans. The emphasis is on a unique line up of herbs and spices. If you must conform to styles think Belgian Pale … with herbs and spices: Cardamom, Ginger, Lemongrass, Rose hips, and Rhubarb root.

Available only on draught and only while supplies last. Here’s who has it so far:

  • The Abbaye
  • Atlantis The Lost Bar
  • Chaucer’s
  • Devil’s Den
  • The Dive
  • Grey Lodge
  • The Khyber
  • London Grill
  • Memphis Taproom
  • POPE (Pub On Passyunk East)
  • Standard Tap

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  • epices6

    Drank plenty of Fleur de Lehigh (what a great name!) during Slow Food Philadelphia’s Pig Roast at PBC on Sunday – a truly delicious drink that indeed reminded me of an Italian brew I had recently (made with camomile and green pepper amongst other ingredients). As for style references – I think you are best served to consider this winner from PBC a sui generis beer and try it at the pub nearest you that is lucky enough to get a keg.

  • Nicole

    Had two pints at the Devil’s Den last night. Extraordinary, I loved it.

  • Eric IPA

    Did not care for this beer at all. After struggling to finish the bottle I thought to myself, this must be a joke…