Put on your drinking cap: Philly Beer Week is here at last! This year marks the eighth consecutive year that the massive beer fest—the largest of its kind in the nation—has descended on the city.
According to the Brewers Association, the answer is yes.
So, last week, after months of extra evening light, daylight savings time ended; we all had to fall back once again (personally, it was more of a stumble back); and now, even though your house clocks may be correct, you’re internal clock is completely effed. Well, it’s time to cheer up my dreary dudes and start looking at the bright side of DLST. Because as Kenny Chesney and Uncle Cracker so eloquently put it
Citizens Bank Park has been ranked the 11th best ballpark for quality beer selection.
A long-standing tradition in Cape May is in full swing.
Ever since the IronPigs unveiled their bacon-themed caps earlier this season, the team has fully embraced their identity as the team in sports that makes everyone quite hungry. The team is furthering that identity and have announced that they will be holding the “Bacon and Brews Bash,” on Saturday, September 20th at Coca Cola Park.
Try some variety with your next barbecue, and seek out some specialty craft beers instead of the regular brews. These craft beers pair exceptionally well with your carefully grilled meats.
With increased demand for craft beer comes increased pressure for brewers to concoct new flavor combinations.
The two Philly area breweries were the only ones to make the Brewers Association’s roundup.
You love beer. You love vacations. So it’s only natural you’ll like this rundown of America’s seven hottest travel destinations with a hopping beer scene.
In addition to announcing a new fall menu that includes several gluten-free options, Manayunk Brewing Co. has also revealed it’ll be shutting its doors soon for a large-scale expansion.
The craft beer industry continues to explode.There are about 2,500 breweries in the United States and more than a dozen in Philadelphia and the surrounding area.
Craft breweries are feeling the effects of a government shutdown by not being able to bring new brews to market.
To be exact, Celest-jewel-ale contains crushed lunar meteorites that have been made into dust then steeped “like tea in a rich, malty Oktoberfest.”
Exciting news for craft beer lovers in the Philadelphia area: Saison de Rose, a limited-edition brew that benefits a local breast cancer treatment center, will be available starting Oct. 4th.