Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza in Wyomissing will be hosting a Victory Brewing Company tap takeover on April 24, 2014. The brewery will swap out 7 of the 12 taps at the restaurant with a nice selection from their repertoire, including a few limited releases. The event begins at 5, but be sure to get there early to get a good seat at the bar or a table close to the merriment!
The tap list for the Victory takeover will include:
- Swing Saison
- Dirt Wolf Double IPA
- Summer Love
- Storm King Stout
Plus These Limited Brews:
- Hoppy Wheat (Hopticket Series)
Anthony’s CEO and founder Anthony Bruno grew up on Long Island in a traditional Italian family. They moved to South Florida in 1982 where Anthony and his father debuted Anthony’s Runway 84, an Italian restaurant near the Fort Lauderdale airport. The restaurant remains one of the area’s most celebrated and popular restaurants.
In 2002, Anthony unveiled a new concept that brought the taste of coal oven pizza to South Floridians. There are now ACFP locations throughout Florida, Connecticut, Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
Their signature menu includes traditional and specialty pizzas with dough made daily and stretched to order; fresh coal oven roasted chicken wings; large homemade meatballs from a recipe passed down by Anthony’s grandmother; a classic Italian salad with original dressing; and Eggplant Marino (named for Restaurant Partner and NFL Hall of Fame Legend Dan Marino).
But don’t forget, every great pie deserves a great beer to go with it. Recently, Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza teamed with Fort Lauderdale-based Funky Buddha Brewery to create Fuhgeddaboudit Red.
The 5.4% ABV Italian-American Ale is brewed with a blend of European barley and English hops, and is flavorful enough to balance the intense crunch of coal-fired crust. Fuhgeddaboudit Red is available at the south Florida ACFP locations.
Anthony’s in Wyomissing recently hosted a tap takeover with our friends at Evil Genius Beer Company and it was an amazing success. The evil geniuses (genii?) themselves were there and chatted it up with the guests. Brews on tap included Forsaken, Hop King, Pure Evil, and Evil EYE PA. They handed out samples and t-shirts and general good cheer was in abundance.
2733 Papermill Road | Wyomissing, PA 19610 | 610-816-5722