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Broken Goblet Expands their Kitchen Program

Broken Goblet Expands their Kitchen Program

Bristol, Pennsylvania’s Broken Goblet Brewing has just announced that they are partnering up with Philly staple, Nick’s Roast Beef  to take their kitchen to the next level. Previously serving a limited menu of hot dogs, nacho’s an other snacks, the food menu ...

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Flying Fish Crafthouse Opens Today

Flying Fish Crafthouse Opens Today

A mere block away from now-defunct Red Bell Brewery, New Jersey’s Flying Fish Brewing Co. is setting out to do its part to revive the once prominent brewing culture that made up the historic Brewerytown neighborhood. What was once the ...

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Yards Brewery Gets into the Spirits Game

Yards Brewery Gets into the Spirits Game

Anywhere you go in Philadelphia, you can’t escape Yards Brewery. They’re on TV during the local games, on the side of SEPTA busses, on billboards and in most any bar in the city. And now, they’re heading to the whiskey ...

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Craft Beer and More Than Just Pizza at California Pizza Kitchen

Craft Beer and More Than Just Pizza at California Pizza Kitchen

By: Matt Brasch, The Brewholder   Now that the holiday season is here, you’re sure to be running from store to store trying to find that perfect gift. But you’ll need to eat while you are out there in the ...

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Beer Buyouts Reach New Levels

Beer Buyouts Reach New Levels

The story for the past few years has been massive beer conglomerate AB-INBEV buying out small craft breweries in attempts to compete with the growing craft beer segment. Now, the buyouts have reached the wholesaler level. After what seems like ...

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Support Phillys First Brewers Coop This Weekend

Support Phillys First Brewers Coop This Weekend

The Brewers’ Cooperative of Philadelphia is hosting a fundraiser on Saturday, November 19th at the Philly Homebrew Outlet West. Plenty of homebrewed beer by current members, live music by the Groove Creek Pioneers, baked goods by Miss Kitty’s, special beer ...

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A Look Back at McGillin’s 117 Years Ago

A Look Back at McGillin’s 117 Years Ago

Walking into McGillin’s Old Ale House on any given night and you walk into a tavern bursting with character. It as after all the oldest continually operating tavern in Philadelphia and amongst the oldest in the country. Sometimes you forget quite ...

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Cinder is now Open

Cinder is now Open

The latest bar from the team behind BRÜ Craft & Wurst and U-Bahn is now open for business. Cinder, a bar focusing on ciders and wild ales, is finishing up its series of soft openings tonight and having their grand ...

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Boneshire Brew Works Grand Opening This Friday

Boneshire Brew Works Grand Opening This Friday

By: Matt Brasch, The Brewholder About an hour and forty minutes west of Philadelphia, and just down the road from the Tröegs brothers’ brewery, Boneshire Brew Works is the newest addition to a growing brew scene in the Harrisburg-Hershey region. ...

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Dad’s Hat Whiskey Dinner and New Releases

Dad’s Hat Whiskey Dinner and New Releases

It seems like a lot of the distillery talk of late has been coming from the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia, but Mountain Laurel Spirits has been making waves and paving the way for local distilleries with their Dad’s Hat rye ...

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