Royersford’s Stickman Brews Expands Its Philadelphia Footprint with New Beer Garden in Northern Liberties


Royersford-based Stickman Brews has expanded its footprint in Philadelphia with a new beer garden that opened last month in Northern Liberties, writes Brandon Longo for 6abc.

The new location features an assortment of the brewery’s Belgian, British, German, and American beer styles.

Customers can choose from about 30 different cans of Stickman beer, including the most popular “Homemade is Best,” a smooth IPA, and a Double IPA called “Store Bought is Fine.”

“We’re focused on making really high-quality Stickman beer, really fresh and great,” said Buckman. “But we’re also focused on packaging it and serving it in a way that doesn’t feel pretentious, or intimidating if you don’t know the right beer to buy or you don’t know the cool style to be drinking at the moment.

And like for so many other businesses, the pandemic has provided many challenges for Ethan Buckman. He is one of the company’s three business partners who in addition to Royersford also runs the brewery’s Chester Springs and South Philadelphia locations.

“We’ve done our best to adapt, and it’s not like it hasn’t been tough, but we’re feeling pretty lucky about where we’re at,” said Buckman.

Read more about Stickman beer at 6abc.


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