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Suburban Restaurant & Beer Garden to Host First Oktoberfest Celebration

Suburban Restaurant & Beer Garden to Host First Oktoberfest Celebration

Have you made the trip to the Philly ‘burbs to visit the newer Suburban Restaurant & Beer Garden? (Opened March 2017.) If not, take advantage of this opportunity: the Exton-based beer bar and restaurant will be hosting its first-ever Oktoberfest celebration, ...

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Deer Creek Malthouse to Host Homebrew Demo & Dinner at Osteria

Deer Creek Malthouse to Host Homebrew Demo & Dinner at Osteria

Osteria is stepping up its beer dinner game but inviting Deer Creek Malthouse in to host not only a malt-inspired dinner, but also a homebrew demo for its guests. Deer Creek, Pennsylvania’s first commercial malthouse since prohibition, has shaped many of ...

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St. Ben’s Debuts Beer in Honor of 100th Anniversary of Ben Franklin Parkway

St. Ben’s Debuts Beer in Honor of 100th Anniversary of Ben Franklin Parkway

This Fri., Sept. 8, Saint Benjamin Brewing Co. will debut Parkway Centennial Pale Ale in honor of the 100th anniversary of “Philadelphia’s Champs-Élysées,” the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The limited-edition Parkway Centennial Pale Ale will be released citywide at events up and down the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, ...

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Oktoberfest is Slated to Hit Iron Hill Late September 2017

Oktoberfest is Slated to Hit Iron Hill Late September 2017

Area-wide Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant locations are gearing up for the return of Oktoberfest, slated to unfold Sept. 29–Oct. 15, 2017. You can expect Oktoberfest Lager pouring strong, plus a limited-edition German-inspired menu. Here’s the scoop on the beer: ...

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Iron Hill Drops Newest Canned Release — Ore House IPA

Iron Hill Drops Newest Canned Release — Ore House IPA

Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant continues to expand its canned beer portfolio, this time giving its popular Ore House IPA the portable treatment. As of Aug. 3, you can find the Golden IPA available in four-packs of 16 oz. cans ...

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Terrain to Host Grains, Malt & Whiskey Dinner with Deer Creek Malthouse

Terrain to Host Grains, Malt & Whiskey Dinner with Deer Creek Malthouse

Want to develop a deeper appreciation for some of beer’s key ingredients—malt and grains? Lucky for you, Terrain Garden Cafe in Glen Mills is gearing up to host a malt-inspired dinner, featuring the experts of Deer Creek, Pennsylvania’s first commercial malthouse. ...

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Boardroom Spirits & Round Guys Brewing Company Release Collaboration Beer

Boardroom Spirits & Round Guys Brewing Company Release Collaboration Beer

The latest local collaboration to drop comes by way of two Lansdale neighbors, Boardroom Spirits and Round Guys Brewing Company, who have released Sun Bear, a farmhouse style ale. Sun Bear is the first in a line of collaborations the ...

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Sly Fox Brewing Co. Teams Up with GoggleWorks for New Belly – Kitchen & Drinkery

Sly Fox Brewing Co. Teams Up with GoggleWorks for New Belly – Kitchen & Drinkery

Sly Fox Brewing Company has announced they will be the exclusive beer provider for Belly – Kitchen & Drinkery, a broad hospitality concept with on-site catering, a campus-wide liquor license and special programming owned and operated by GoggleWorks Center for the Arts in ...

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Dogfish Head’s World Wide Stout Gets an Oak-Aged Revamp

Dogfish Head’s World Wide Stout Gets an Oak-Aged Revamp

It’s been 18 years since Dogfish Head‘s notable World Wide Stout make its official debut. Time for a revamp, no? Enter: Oak-Aged Vanilla World Wide Stout. “When we first began brewing World Wide Stout at our brewpub back in the winter ...

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Goose Island’s Migration Week Returns to Philadelphia

Goose Island’s Migration Week Returns to Philadelphia

The Goose Island team is gearing up to return to Philadelphia for its annual Migration Week come early August. All week long, from Aug. 2–6, the Chicago-based brewery will be throwing down events with local chefs, charities and businesses for locals to discover—and ...

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