Craft Beer Bottle Shop & Flatbread Pizza Cafe
We offer 10 constantly rotating fresh craft beers on draft from brewers around the world.
New In the Fridge
We offer over 400 varieties of craft beer by the bottle at any given time.
PIZZA & FOOD
We hand-craft each pizza using only the freshest seasonal ingredients available from local farmers and merchants. Voted Best Pizza in Lancaster City & 2nd Best in Lancaster County.
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA BEER TOUR (June 22nd - June 26th, 2016)August 04
We were so thrilled with our recent Oregon Beer Tour, that we are pleased to announce our partnership with Peak Elevation Expeditions on a sure-to-be-epic craft beer expedition to Northern California, June 22-26, 2016! So far, we plan to visit the following breweries:
- 21st Amendment
- Russian River
- 3rd Street Aleworks
- Bear Republic
- Anderson Valley
- North Coast
- and a few other bonus stops along the way!
The cost is $1,495.00, payable to Peak Elevations Expeditions, (includes lodging, ground transportation, and 1 round of drinks and a meal at one select brewery per day).
There's plenty of time, but the Oregon trip was so successful, and initial response and interest in the Northern CA package has been tremendous, and SPACE IS LIMITED - so hurry!
MUSIC MONDAY FEATURING THE SILKS (3/14/16)February 08
Join us Monday 03/14/16 for a private, intimate evening of live music at The Fridge.
As you know we are typically closed on Mondays but we will be opening for a few hours to enjoy some libations, artisan pizza and live music. (21+ only)
Tickets are limited and available for purchase at The Fridge for $15 each...ALL PROCEEDS GO TO THE BAND.
Doors are at 6:30pm show starts at 7:30pm.
A limited pizza menu will be available.
The Silks take top honors as Best Band Rock ‘n’ Roll. This past year was a big one for The Silks that included a US tour, multiple performances at the SXSW Festival in Austin, prestigious gigs like being direct support for The Replacements in Detroit, headlining the Harpoon Brewery Festival in Boston, and bringing the music from their excellent 2013 album Last American Band to thousands. Front man Tyler-James Kelly’s guitar wizardry breathes new life into the blues on numbers like “Livin’ in the World” and “Trouble.” On the rockers like “Down at the Heel” and “Mountain Man,” The Silks kick into gear with an early ’70s Stones-type thump. The Silks have a boat load of ammo in their repertoire, which makes every show a unique and exciting testament to the power of rock ‘n’ roll.
– Marc Clarkin and Jake Bissaro