Big at Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant: a new house lineup of fresh craft beers, available on draught and for growler fills, at all 11 locations in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware. Three new styles of beer have been added to the everyday lineup, including: White Iron Wit, a pale unfiltered Belgian-style wheat beer; Ore House IPA, a golden American IPA; and Witberry, a classic unfiltered Belgian-style wheat beer with a touch of raspberry and complex orange and spice flavors. White Iron Wit, Ore House IPA and Witberry are available all the time and at every Iron Hill location, along with traditional favorites such as Iron Hill Light Lager, Pig Iron Porter and Vienna Red Lager. Ore House IPA is the result of a company-wide collaboration between the brewery’s staff and director of brewery operations Mark Edelson, after each head brewer was asked to create a different IPA in celebration of National IPA Day in 2014. Afterward, the beers were sampled, critiqued and voted on, based on the most popular from the brewers’ taste panel. Ore House combines the best characteristics from the top beers while paying tribute to Iron Hill’s rich history. Ore House IPA is named in honor of Ore House Amber, one of Iron Hill’s original house beers when the brewpub opened in 1996. “Ore House IPA is an ode to our humble beginnings as a small brewpub in Delaware, but it is also shows how far we have come as a brewery and restaurant as we approach our 20th anniversary,” says Edelson. “Watching all of our extremely talented head brewers really let their creativity shine and fully embrace the collaborative spirit of the project was the most rewarding part—and maybe the most fun I’ve had during my time as head of brewery operations.” Founded by home brewers Kevin Finn and Mark Edelson and restaurateur Kevin Davies in Newark in 1996, Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant has blossomed from one restaurant and brewery to 11 locations across the Mid-Atlantic. Each restaurant is dedicated to producing and serving top-quality handcrafted beers and cuisine in a warm and hospitable setting, and all are open seven days a week for lunch and dinner. In 2014, Zagat honored Iron Hill by naming it the most popular restaurant in Philadelphia. Check out the new brews at 147 E. Main St., Newark, 266-9000, and 620 Justison St., Wilmington, 372-2739, www.ironhillbrewery.com.