Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant is kicking off National Burger Month with the return of its annual Burger Month Celebration at all locations. Each day, a different burger crafted by our chefs will be available, allowing guests to try new and different variations of burgers.
Starting May 1, guests can enjoy the burger of the day with a side of French fries for $16.75, and get $4 off any 4-pack to go with the burger purchase. Throughout the month, new burgers will incorporate new ingredients and flavors and celebrate holidays during May. On Armed Forces Day, a portion of proceeds from the Armed Forces Tribute Burger, a Burger with American Cheese, Bacon, Crispy Onion Rings, Bread and Butter Pickles, and BBQ Sauce will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project, a charity and veteran service organization that offers a variety of programs, services, and events for wounded veterans of the military.
Iron Hill also tips its hat to the City of Brotherly Love, with the feature of two Philadelphia-themed menu items, The Castellanos Burger, and the Philly Chili Ale. The Castellanos Burger features a burger topped with Swiss, Gorgonzola, Caramelized Balsamic Onions, Prosciutto, Tomato, Rosemary Garlic Mayo, and a nod to Phillies Right Fielder, Nick Castellanos. Pair it with the Philly Chili Ale (5.5%/ 16oz/ $6.75), a limited-release spicy take on a classic American Cream Ale, brewed with roasted jalapenos kicking the flavor of this session ale up a notch, a perfect match for Philadelphia’s fiery spirit!
“Burger Month is an Iron Hill tradition that we look forward to every year. We are thrilled to be fully back this year doing 31 Burgers in the month of May,” says Chris Westcott, CEO of Iron Hill Brewery. “Having the opportunity to showcase our chefs’ creative talents while providing new tastes and experiences for guests is always fun.”
Burger Highlights Include:
- May 2 Country Crossover Burger
- May 5 Loaded Nacho Burger (Cinco De Mayo)
- May 8 Momma’s Burger (Mother’s Day)
- May 21 Armed Forces Tribute Burger
- May 27 Chupacabra Burger
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