With increased demand for craft beer comes increased pressure for brewers to concoct new flavor combinations.
The largest bar crawl ever officially took place last year in Kansas, drawing 4,885 people. On Saturday, May 3rd, that record is expected to be shattered in Philadelphia during what will likely be the new World’s Largest Bar Crawl.
Spring is in the air and you know what that means…it’s festival season! And on Saturday, May 3rd it’ll be eight blocks of food, music, art and much more when the South Street Spring Festival returns for a second year.
Wine can be paired with many things, including desserts. That’s one of the lessons you can learn at Penns Woods Winery in Chadds Ford, Delaware County most weekends in April during their Wine & Cupcake Pairings event.
Kate Moroney describes her new venture, “Philly Wine Week.” A new brick-oven restaurant opens in center city, and the “Achievability” organization gets ready for its annual fundraiser.
Northern Liberties has a new bar that recalls that “speakeasies” of the 1920s, and a Northern Liberties hamburger joint has expansion plans.
In one of the largest studies conducted on the long-term effects of alcohol consumption, it was concluded that heavy drinking may lead to a significant cognitive decline in middle-aged men but women’s brains seemed to be protected against the negative effects, for reasons that are not completely clear.
Two beer festivals headline this week’s “What’s Cooking” report, plus a new restaurant opening at 10th and Walnut Streets.
Parc — a Stephen Starr restaurant at 18th and Locust Streets, on Rittenhouse Square — got the nod from Travel and Leisure magazine.
This week, Chad Durkin can now be found in South Philly, Mamma Maria’s is ready for a big weekend on East Passyunk Ave. and A. Bar in Center City is open for business.
This week, Hadas reports on the “Jog ‘n’ Hog” ice cream race in Yardley, Pa., a paella cooking class in Northern Liberties, and the Philadelphia Zoo’s summer ale fest.
In a new list from PasteMagazine, Victory Summer Love, a blonde ale by Victory Brewing Company of Downingtown, Pa., took the top spot.
Dozens gathered as Nutter hoisted the ceremonial sledgehammer and tapped the first keg of Philly Beer Week.
This week, Hadas previews one of Philadelphia’s “go to” spots for St. Patrick’s Day, and talks with a local chef-owner about the thrill of spring.
The Guinness Storehouse, in Dublin, provides not only the authentic brew but a fabulous scenic view.