Take Out Beer Selection
Brewed with oats, wheat, and American and German malts. Dry-hopped exclusively with Nelson Sauvin variety hops. Extremely aromatic, these hops are grown in New Zealand, and are described as having the gooseberry-like aroma found in some white wines. This refined, yet full-flavored IPA is designed to distract the drinker from the plentitude of passing talent that a local sports team may have developed over the years.
This New England-style IPA is brewed with Mosaic hops, which are generally described as offering a large variety of tropical, citrus, and berry hop aromas—typically mango, blueberry, and mandarin orange. There’s a lot of Mosaic making it’s way into IPA’s these days, but usually as a co-pilot to other popular varieties. We felt like Mosaic was trying to holla at us, so we gave it a chance. We think it’s fly, and it’s getting some love from us. Mosaic can have our number, and we want Mosaic’s number as well!
This heavily-wheated Pale Ale is dry-hopped with Simcoe and Amarillo hop varieties to provide summer refreshment with hop flavor and aroma as big as a house. Stop pushing the pencils, put on some Little Richard and get some of your nastiest habits going. Have you some fun tonight!
You know we love our IPA's, but this lager is our love letter to the Borough of West Chester.Slightly lower strength than a typical German-style pils so you can enjoy a fewmore, but without compromising on flavor. Lightly hopped with Hallertau Blanc-a German hop, but not a traditional one.
West Chester Beer Co. Premium Lager
Brewed with Noble hops, pilsner malt, and a touch of toasted flaked rice. This beer slaps.
West Chester Beer Co. Light Lager
Brewed with Pilsner malt and Noble Hops. This beer slaps lightly.
West Chester Beer Co. Orange Seltzer
When we shift out of Brewing Mode, we are likely going into Relax Mode or Party Mode. Either way, this dry citrusy sparkling beverage is going to help us get there, and we hope it gets you there too. Also great for brunching in Recovery Mode too!
The Wrong Crowd
When we came up with the name as a possibility for the brewery, our mothers pretty much forbade us from calling it anything else. For me, though, the name has a lot of meaning just in terms of having an outsider identity and being comfortable with that.
Brew For You
I’d say the closest thing to a guiding principle behind what we end up brewing is thinking about what we want to drink that we can’t already buy at the store.
West Chester’s first microbrewery with on-site brewing and canning operations is now up and running. Wrong Crowd Beer’s 5,000-square-foot pub and 15-barrel facility has a second-story mezzanine that overlooks the beer-making operation. The look is industrial, with poured concrete floors, a full bar, bench and bar seating, and picnic tables outside. “It took about a year to pull this location together from the beginning,” says Dan Shaw, who co-owns Wrong Crowd with fellow brewer Bob Bagonis. “But we know West Chester is a craft-beer-loving community, and we have faith that our product will help quench that thirst.”
Taproom is open wednesday-sunday
New brew fridays
We're really excited to have a new beer released to the world every Friday!