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Category Archives: Goat Races
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
The big story of yesterday’s goings-on in Phoenixville, as you’ve likely heard by now, was that a three-legged goat won the race to name the Maibock for the third straight year but that it wasn’t the three-legged goat most people … Continue reading
Photo, via Facebook via Don Russell, is the Maifest taking place on South St. in Philadelphia, taken in front of Brauhaus Schmitz. Just look at that sky. There will be a lot of beer consumed today and maybe even more … Continue reading
I assume some of you are beginning to suffer from Peggy Overload and I apologize, but the folks at Virtual Farm Creative keep creating this incredible stuff and I am unable to resist using it. Plus also, shhh, don’t tell … Continue reading
The Mercury has done an impressive job covering this event in years past, but this time around, in print and in the video below, the standard has been lowered considerably. Still, it’s something, y’know, and I have to believe there … Continue reading
This had to have been the largest crowd ever at the Sly Fox Bock Fest. If the generally accepted estimate (ain’t nobody knows for sure) in 2011 was 3,000 attendees, then 2012 may have approached 4,000. Or not (see previous … Continue reading