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Progress Report: Philadelphia Distilling Coming Fishtown in 2016

Progress Report: Philadelphia Distilling Coming Fishtown in 2016

In June 2015, Philadelphia Distilling announced its intent to move from its northeast Philly facility to a new headquarters within the historic Ajax Metal Building in Fishtown. The enhanced digs, also home to The Fillmore, will expand the distillery’s space to ...

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County Seat Spirits Releases Hidden Copper Bourbon

County Seat Spirits Releases Hidden Copper Bourbon

Allentown-based County Seat Spirits will release its Hidden Cooper Bourbon this weekend, on Feb. 20, beginning at noon. Approximately 150 bottles of this limited product will be available, with each 750-ml bottle hand-numbered and available for $37. The release marks the ...

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Manatawny Still Works to Release “Orphaned” Bottles of Small-Batch Whiskey

Manatawny Still Works to Release “Orphaned” Bottles of Small-Batch Whiskey

Pottstown-based Manatawny Still Works is prepping to make its secret stash available for the whiskey-loving public. Thirsty? On Sat., Feb. 27, starting at 2 p.m., they’ll host an exclusive release for bottles of their orphaned Small Batch Whiskey. (You know, those bottles they “accidentally” ...

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Cooper River Distillers to Host Stompin’ By the Still

Cooper River Distillers to Host Stompin’ By the Still

written by Amy Strauss Want to sample Cooper River Distillers‘ latest batch of single-barrel malt whiskey crafted with St. Benjamin Brewing Company‘s IPA? Plan to hit the New Jersey-based distillery on Sat., Feb. 27 for their Stompin’ By the Still. The event, running 1–8 ...

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Super Bowl Party

Super Bowl Party

Looking for a cocktail-centric option for Sundays big game? Red Brick Craft Distillery is hosting their first every Super Bowl party. Entry is only $10 and includes beer and snacks throughout the game. Their resident mixologist will be on hand making ...

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Distilling a Revolution

Distilling a Revolution

It’s almost amusing how quickly things change. Back in 2005, when Robert Cassell wanted to apply for a license to open Philadelphia Distilling, the state had to create an application for him. At the time, there was no such thing ...

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The Spirits of Michigan

The Spirits of Michigan

If you enjoy imperial stouts, it’s more than likely you are familiar with Dragon’s Milk Stout. It’s the beer that put Michigan’s New Holland Brewing on the map in the craft beer world. They make an array of fine beers, ...

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Rosemaries Other Baby

Rosemaries Other Baby

Rosemarie Certo was one of the originals in craft beer. Before there was Victory, before there was Yards, before there was Tröegs, there was Dock Street Brewing Co. Originally located in Center City, in the space now occupied by City ...

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Campari Cocktail Dinner Tonight

Campari Cocktail Dinner Tonight

Gran Caffe L’aquila is hosing a five course cocktail dinner tonight. Tickets are only $68, not a bad deal for five cocktails and five courses. RSVP Now by calling the restaurant at (215) 568-5600. Full menu is below. Gran Caffe L’aquila ...

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Garden State Libations

Garden State Libations

Cooper River is Bringing Distilling to Camden The recent rise of craft distilleries has been mirroring the craft beer industry in many ways. Distillers are pushing boundaries to come up with unique takes on spirits to set themselves apart. Many ...

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