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Dad’s Hat Rye Expands Its Production, Product Line & Team

Dad’s Hat Rye Expands Its Production, Product Line & Team

After five years in business, Herman Mihalich and John S. Cooper announce their intent to expand production and personnel of their Dad’s Hat Rye distillery. The extreme increase in demand is off the heels of the Bristol, Pa.-based whiskey maker gaining serious recognition ...

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Manatawny Still Works Host Canine Rescue Event, Lands in BB&T Pavilion

Manatawny Still Works Host Canine Rescue Event, Lands in BB&T Pavilion

Pottstown, Pa.-based Manatawny Still Works continues to progress as leading Pennsylvania distiller. From continuously expanding its product line—including the latest batch of longest aged whiskey to date—to landing its bottles a top-tier concert venue and continuing its philanthropic efforts via an annual event, here’s ...

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Levante Brewing Company Hosts First Barrel-Aged Bottle Release, Preps for Expansion

Levante Brewing Company Hosts First Barrel-Aged Bottle Release, Preps for Expansion

In just a few short days, West Chester, Pa.-based Levante Brewing Company will mark a new beer milestone—their first bottle release. On Sunday, June 5, at noon, brothers-in-law Tim Floros and Eric Santostefano will unveil the first beer of their ...

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Iron Hill Brewery Releases New Crusher Session IPA Cans

Iron Hill Brewery Releases New Crusher Session IPA Cans

Today may be the kickoff to Philly Beer Week 2016, but it also appropriately marks the release date of Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant‘s newest can, Crusher Session IPA. You may have spied the easy-drinking West Coast-style IPA, a recipe developed ...

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Grab a Bottle Now: Boardroom Spirits’ Fresh Cranberry Vodka

Grab a Bottle Now: Boardroom Spirits’ Fresh Cranberry Vodka

You may have caught wind about the new Lansdale-based distillery, Boardroom Spirits, in Philly Beer Scene‘s latest issue. Since the article dropped, the site’s mad scientist-of-a-master distiller, Attila Kovács, a Transylvania, Romania native, has arrived stateside. Quickly, the distilling kingpin has ramped ...

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Now Open in Downingtown: Bottle Room

Now Open in Downingtown: Bottle Room

Chester County continues to experience its fair share of craft beer advances, including the recently opened World of Beer in Exton and now, a brand-new bottle shop, the Bottle Room, backed by the gang at Station Taproom. Open as of ...

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Tonewood Brewing Company to Host Grand Opening This Saturday

Tonewood Brewing Company to Host Grand Opening This Saturday

Take a quick trip over the Ben Franklin Bridge to visit New Jersey’s newest production brewery and taproom, Tonewood Brewing Company. After a successful spin within the Colorado brewing scene, at Telluride Brewing Company, Atco, NJ native Eli Facchinei returns ...

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Local Beer Drinker’s Guide to 2016 Pop-Up Beer Gardens

Local Beer Drinker’s Guide to 2016 Pop-Up Beer Gardens

With Philadelphia’s collection of pop-up and seasonal beer gardens seemingly expanding year after year, we couldn’t help but lend you a hand by pinpointing the region’s cream of the crop. From Philadelphia Horticultural Society’s two breathtaking gardens—including one popping up ...

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Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits to Build an East Coast Brewery in Botetourt County, Virginia

Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits to Build an East Coast Brewery in Botetourt County, Virginia

Just this week, news dropped that the fourth West Coast brewery, Ballast Point Brewing & Spirits, would be migrating to the East Coast to open a satellite production facility. The Sculpin producer broke the official news that they would soon begin work on their ...

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Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company to Expand to Fishtown

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company to Expand to Fishtown

Just off the heels of their six award wins, Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company announces they are expanding to Fishtown (957 Frankford Ave.; next door to The Barbary and across the street from The Fillmore.) to open up a taproom and eventually debut ...

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