Philly Beer Week
The symbol signifying the official start of Beer Week, the Hammer of Glory, has gone missing.
Dozens gathered as Nutter hoisted the ceremonial sledgehammer and tapped the first keg of Philly Beer Week.
This is the second year in a row that these two celebrations are opening on the same weekend and now organizers on both sides are rubbing their chins, wondering about the possibilities.
Learn more about Philly Beer Week.
Chris analyzes Governor Christie’s and President Obama’s tour of the New Jersey shore yesterday, David Axelrod’s response to Bob Schieffer’s criticism of limited access to the White House, and the charges against two parents for driving with their daughter in a dog cage. He talks to actor Henry Winkler, the Mayor of Wildwood, Ernie Troiano, Dick Yuengling from the Yuengling Brewery and Don Russell from the Daily News about Philly Beer Week.
Put on your drinking cap: Philly Beer Week is here at last!
Kosher food in Merion, sausage at the Reading Terminal Market, and beer at the National Constitution Center are all on Hadas’ menu this week.
What began as a salute to all things beer five years ago has grown into an annual rite of Spring. The fifth annual Philly Beer Week begins Friday evening.
Attention beer lovers: A new brewery is about to debut its creations here in Philadelphia.
Chris details the media’s obsession with Donald Trump and the birther issue. He talks to Ed Klein about his new best seller, The Amateur, Don Russell of the Daily News about Philly Beer week and Dick Morris about his new book, screwed.
“I’m Gregg Ciprioni from the Garces Trading Company and here’s What’s Cooking on 1060!”
Philly Beer Week’s Hammer of Glory is making its way to the Opening Tap ceremony and it’s making some unusual stops along the way.
Chris is mad about the proposed soda. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Seth Everett about what the return of Shane Victorino means and Don Russell about Philly Beer Week.
Philly Beer Week is still months away, but a special contest gets underway this week related to the June festivities that could find some lucky winner sipping some beer “across the pond.”