Tired Hands Brewing Company is a small, but quickly growing, brewery in Ardmore, PA. Tired Hands opened in 2011 and since has developed quite a cult following, and for good reason. Well known for their saisons and IPAs, Tired Hands has won a number of awards for its beers and its limited can releases draw huge crowds and trade for the best of beers.
Since I love beer, Tired Hands gets rave reviews, and it opened just minutes from where I attended law school, I made the trip to try it out this past weekend! I enjoyed my visit and would recommend a visit to anyone in the PA/NJ area who enjoys craft beer, or food. Their food was as good as the beer in my opinion. In any case, Tired Hands is definitely worth the trip from Philadelphia if you are there.
Prior to visiting, there are a couple points to know. Tired Hands is split into two locations about a 5 minute walk from each other – the Brew Cafe and the Fermenteria. You should try to visit both, because they have different tap lists. Public parking is available in the general area, but, except on Sundays, you will likely need to feed a coin meter every two hours.