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Pennsylvania Brew-Infused Nuts

Pennsylvania Brew-Infused Nuts

How Sugar Plum’s Peanuts Found a Perfect Mate in Susquehanna Brewing Co.’s Beer By Amy Strauss It may have been a line of Sriracha-infused chocolates that planted Frann and Neil Edley’s candy business, Sugar Plum Chocolates, on the international map, ...

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Weird Beer: Jurassic Beer

Weird Beer: Jurassic Beer

Horrific T. rex attacks aside, who doesn’t dream about how incredible it would be if there was a real life Jurassic Park? If only scientists could really recreate the legendary dinosaurs after finding traces of DNA within a mosquito preserved ...

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Michael Nutter

Michael Nutter

written by Amy Strauss He may be a self-proclaimed wine guy, but Mayor Michael Nutter is a fundamental figure in Philly Beer Week. Tasked with tapping the ceremonial first keg of the collaborative Brotherly Suds beer at Opening Tap (Beer ...

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Lindemans

Lindemans

By Matt Brasch Lindemans Brewery is most well-known in the United States for its lambic beers, such as Framboise, Pêche and Kriek. While these fruit infused lambics are indeed a treat to taste, Lindemans should be more identified with its ...

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Inspired by Cooking

Inspired by Cooking

written by Dave Miniaci  If you enjoy the recent brews from Manayunk Brewing Company, you could probably thank Food Network. No, the network didn’t brew any of the delicious suds. But it was a love for cooking and watching the ...

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Building a Brewery

Building a Brewery

Imagine you’re sitting at a bar and you overhear someone say that they are thinking of starting a new business in a Kensington basement. “Are you kidding me? Why the hell would you do that? What, are you planning on ...

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Boiled in Beer

Boiled in Beer

Up until this past year, fresh-baked bagels were not a large part of the Philadelphia food scene. Aside from Spread, there were virtually no other places that focused on these circular pieces of bread heaven. Thankfully, we now have some ...

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A Sly Fox & A Fast Goat

A Sly Fox & A Fast Goat

written by Dave Miniaci Brian O’Reilly is a bit of a Renaissance Man. Sure, he brews award-winning suds as the brewmaster for Sly Fox Brewing Company, but he has also played in a band, traveled Europe, been a teacher and ...

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Penn Beer Distributors

Penn Beer Distributors

  written by Danya Henninger Penn Beer Distributors President Matt Funchion is a Bud man. Has been all his life. Sixteen-ounce cans of Bud were his go-to in college, and you’ll find Budweiser in his fridge today. For two whole ...

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20 Years of Yards Brewing

20 Years of Yards Brewing

Back in 1994, two home-brewing college buddies pooled their resources to start a brand-new brewery in Manayunk; Tom Kehoe and Jon Bovit brought a love of quality English-style ales, some hands-on professional experience in Maryland’s British Brewing Company, a 3.5 ...

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