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Category Archives: Brewpubs
From Richard the Ruch, received just now: Jack, since I am not Facebook friendly and I know you are, you’re probably are aware of the brewing change at Iron Hill’s Chestnut Hill brewpub. But if you’re not, apparently Chris LaPierre … Continue reading
Where and when? Check out Beer Yard news for a link to the complete story from the Philadelphia Business Journal. I guess, with the Kennett Square pub at Magnolia Place due to open in October (that’s a guess but a … Continue reading
NEWS RELEASE When three of Philadelphia’s most talented brewers are also friends with brewpubs located within four miles of each other, collaboration is inevitable. The three men, Paul Rutherford of Iron Hill Brewery Chestnut Hill, Scott Morrison of Barren Hill … Continue reading
Told you about the Hartranft/Maida honors on Saturday. Now that I have the actual Philadelphia Magazine August issue in hand, here’s a bunch more. All addresses are in the city except the ones that aren’t. BEST BEER BAR – Tria Taproom, … Continue reading
UPDATE: It’s now official that the move will be made and that East Pikeland asked Sly Fox to find a new home for the Bock Fest per a news release just received. Original Post, July 10: It was always pretty … Continue reading
The Pottstown Mercury‘s Frank Otto broke the news last night that the annual festival held on the first Sunday of May, arguably the most popular beer event in the region, will be moved from the Sly Fox Brewhouse & Eatery … Continue reading
If you don’t get the weekly email newsletter from Earth Bread + Brewery, you are likely to have missed this. That would a shame, so don’t miss it.
Inky Brewvitational Top Winners: Sly Fox, Tröegs, Round Guys for new beers; Tired Hands, Iron Hill Maple Shade, Forest & Main for Saisons.
The full results of the annual Philadelphia Inquirer Brewvitational judging will be in tomorrow’s edition, kicking off Philly Beer Week. The judges tasted 52 beers from 28 breweries and these are the big winners, the three best New Beers of … Continue reading
Some people suggest Jack Curtin is getting grumpy in his old age. Others ask how anybody could tell the difference.
The newest issue of Celebrator Beer News has just gone online today and I call the attention of fellow Pennsylvanians to my regular (and misnomered) “Atlantic Ale Trail” column, which you can read here. The main focus is the performance … Continue reading
Shocker! Philly Mag’s new list of the region’s best beers is not all-IPA-all-the-time. Is that actually allowed?
I’m likely stepping on a few toes here by writing about something in the June issue of Philadelphia Magazine that hasn’t hit the newsstands yet, but I pay for a subscription and I get the benefit of getting my issue … Continue reading