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Need a New Happy Hour? Hit The Pour House!

Need a New Happy Hour? Hit The Pour House!

The beginning of any new year is always a time to reinvent, so consider nine-year-old The Pour House in Westmont, New Jersey spicing things up for its post-work and late-night beer drinkers. Here’s the scoop: New Happy Hour from Mon.–Fri., 4–6 p.m. Every Monday–Friday, ...

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Craft Beer Freedom

Craft Beer Freedom

If you happened to walk into a beer distributor today, you may have noticed some significant changes. Starting today, beer distributors in the state of Pennsylvania are finally no longer tied to case and 12-pack packaging. Late last year, Governor ...

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Friday the Firkinteenth is Back

Friday the Firkinteenth is Back

One of the longest running local craft beer traditions fall on every Friday the 13th, better known in Philadelphia as the Firkinteenth. Every time the 13th of the month falls on a Friday, the Grey Lodge in Northeast, Philadelphia hosts ...

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Load Up on Steak & Stout at Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

Load Up on Steak & Stout at Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

Screw new year diets! Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant is busting out a five-deep steak menu that’s just what you need to ring in 2017. From Fri., Jan. 20–Sun., Feb. 5, they’ll be honoring their most award-winning beer—Russian Imperial Stout, of course—with their annual Steak & Stout ...

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Make Time to Try: Goose Island’s Collaboration with Karamoor Estate Wines

Make Time to Try: Goose Island’s Collaboration with Karamoor Estate Wines

The latest—perhaps unexpected—beer collaboration comes by way of Chicago with Goose Island Beer Company. They’ve partnered with the Philly suburbs’ very own Karamoor Estate Wines for the one-of-a-kind Chrysos, a limited-edition saison that starts with the base of Goose Island’s Sofie and ...

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New Scandinavian Spirits Exhibit Comes to Philly’s American Swedish Historical Museum

New Scandinavian Spirits Exhibit Comes to Philly’s American Swedish Historical Museum

Looking to acquire some new booze education in 2017? The American Swedish Historical Museum, located in FDR Park at 1900 Pattison Ave., is gearing up to debut a new exhibit that’ll offer you just what you need. From January 28–September 17, 2017, you ...

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Last Minute New Years Eve Options

Last Minute New Years Eve Options

2016 has been a crazy year to say the least, but it’s winding to the end with New Years Even just days away. Are you still looking for some options where you can drink some great craft beer and toast ...

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Kurant Cider is Coming to Fishtown

Kurant Cider is Coming to Fishtown

Over the past few years, Fishtown has become a destination for craft beer and artisan spirits. There was rumblings of cider maker opening at some point this year, but that has yet to come to fruition and seems to be on ...

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Another Day, Another Pair of Brewery Mergers

Another Day, Another Pair of Brewery Mergers

You have to begin to wonder, at what point do brewery sales no longer become news. 2016 was filled brewery mergers and sales to the point at which it seemed like it was happening on a weekly basis. With 2016 ...

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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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