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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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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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Local Distilleries Unite for Philly Craft Spirits Week

Local Distilleries Unite for Philly Craft Spirits Week

Philly Craft Spirits Week is your chance to celebrate nearly 50 locally-produced premium spirits products produced in and around Philadelphia since craft distilling resumed in 2011 after being abolished by Prohibition on January 17, 1920. The festivities will unfold from Oct. 27–Nov. 4, ...

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Boardroom Spirits Releases 100% Beet Spirit

Boardroom Spirits Releases 100% Beet Spirit

You may have caught wind about the Lansdale-based distillery, Boardroom Spirits, in a recent issue of Philly Beer Scene. Since the article dropped, the site’s mad scientist-of-a-master distiller, Attila Kovács, a Transylvania, Romania native, has been busy expanding the distillery’s spirit line. First came ...

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Federal Distilling Tasting Room Grand Opening

Federal Distilling Tasting Room Grand Opening

By now you may have seen bottles of Stateside Urbancraft Vodka on the shelf at the liquor store or your favorite bar. The premium, beautifully packaged vodka is the flagship product from Old Kensington’s Federal Distilling. It’s been available for ...

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Want to Learn How to Make Bitters?

Want to Learn How to Make Bitters?

Whether you’re looking to step up your cocktail-making game or you consider yourself a DIY-type of Philadelphian, plant this upcoming Lime Bitters Class on your calendar. The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS), Boardroom Spirits Distillery and The Bitters Club are introducing a fun ...

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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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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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Manatawny Still Works to Release Longest Aged Whiskey to Date

Manatawny Still Works to Release Longest Aged Whiskey to Date

This Saturday, May 21, Pottstown-based Manatawny Still Works will release the distillery’s longest aged product to date, Keystone Whiskey. The spirit has been in conception since Manatawny Still Works official opening in May 2014. The malt-heavy, four-grain whiskey is comprised of several different batches aged in premium ...

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