Prima Pils: Perfection Since 1996

The clean, soft headwaters of the Brandywine…the delicious Franconian Pilsner malt…the elegant whole flower noble hops…and the slow fermentation and cold aging. Without these essential aspects and a lot of attention to detail, there wouldn’t be the Prima Pils perfection we have come to love. Let’s take a look at how Prima was inspired and […]

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Meet Victory: Sami

Q: What is your official title and to someone who doesn’t work at Victory, what does that mean to them? How does your day-to-day job affect the product in their hands? Well my business cards say Capital Area Sales Manager, but I really just beat the streets talking with retailers to get our product in the […]

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Meet Victory: Greg

Meet Greg, our Colorado Sales Rep, just in time for the Great American Beer Festival! When he’s not busy making sure everyone in Colorado is familiar with our damn good beer, he’s reppin’ his PA hometown. How long have you worked here at Victory?  It’s been almost a year and a half. What is the […]

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Golden Monkey Sweet Chili Sauce

We like to have options and that’s just one of the reasons we’re excited about this versatile recipe for Golden Monkey Sweet Chili Sauce. Chef Joe Pryor from our Parkesburg Brewpub shares a tasty summer appetizer and main dish below. Try these and then get creative! We think you’re going to love this sauce as much […]

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Air Drop Pils: A Hoppy Travelogue

Our thirst for fresh, exciting hops knows no boundaries. Making a clear case for this statement is our latest small batch release, Air Drop Pils. Here is the story of what it took for its sensational flavors to greet your lips. The story starts in Wellington, New Zealand in May of last year, fresh from […]

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Meet Victory: John Coleman

It’s been a while, but we’re excited to bring back our Meet Victory series, so you can get to know some of the faces behind our brews. This month meet John Coleman, CEO of Artisanal Brewing Ventures. We thought he was the perfect start to the return of this series! Spoiler alert: he’s a Caddyshack fan! […]

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Vital IPA Braised Short Ribs, Sweet Corn Polenta and Grilled Summer Vegetables With Natural Reduction

Looking for ideas to spice up your summer menu? Chef Glenn McQueen from our Downingtown Brewpub shares one of his favorites here. We taste tested it (quality is of utmost importance here at Victory!) and we agree that you’re going to love this dish! Short Ribs 2 pounds boneless short rib meat 1 pound onion […]

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Raising a Pint to Pops

How did one become a craft beer devotee back in the day, like 1985? This was a thought I had while reading up on some current demographic trends in craft beer. Instantly, my mind was transported back to my parent’s kitchen in Collegeville, PA. There in the early 80’s  my Dad crafted his first beers […]

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3 Beer-Infused Finger Foods to Whip Up for Your Spring & Summer Parties

You know what makes the warm spring weekends and hot summer nights absolutely perfect? Victory Brewing Company beer-inspired recipes, that’s what! We’ve taken two of our most refreshing sips—Helles Lager and HopDevil—and turned three warm-weather favorites into party must-haves. Your taste buds won’t know what hit ‘em when they experience Helles-Battered Cauliflower with Helles-Honey Mustard […]

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A Victory for Sustainbility!

On Earth Day we all start getting into a “greener” state of mind, but that’s not the only time we consider sustainability here at Victory. Our impact on the world around us has been on our minds since we opened our doors 20 years ago. We brewed our first beers in a defunct Pepperidge farm […]

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European Tradition.


American Ingenuity.

The Victory Brewing Story

The story of Victory Brewing Company starts on a school bus in 1973 when fifth-graders Ron Barchet and Bill Covaleski stepped aboard, on their way to a new school. The two became fast friends and remained so, even as they grew up and went to college on opposite coasts. Just months out of college, Bill’s appreciation of good beer and access to his father’s home brewing equipment inspired him to explore the hobby. That same year (1985), Bill gave Ron a home brewing kit as a Christmas gift. With that, both Bill and Ron developed their love of the craft…
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