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NORTHERNLIBERTIES / N.E. PHILLY 5 Events You Can’t Miss in Northern Liberties & Fishtown 1. It’s a Firkin Riot! Johnny Brenda’s, June 2. Check out the rack on that bar: It’s holding casks of your favorite English-style ales. 2. Kingpin, Standard Tap, June 2. Help your favorite brewery kick its pin (small cask) first. 3. Meet the Stella Artois Draftmaster, SugarHouse Casino, June 4. Learn to pour a perfect pint of the Belgian lager from the expert, and take home a pint.

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4. Oscar Blues Cans, Delilah’s Gentleman’s Club & Steakhouse, June 8. Yes, the “world’s most beautiful showgirls” will show you their cans, including the appropriately labeled Deviant Dale’s IPA. 5. Fishtown FestivALE, Johnny Brenda’s/Frankford Hall, June 9. A street fest with old-style Germans and newfangled Americans.

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Grey Lodge

6235 Frankford Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19135 (215) 856-3591 greylodge.com Neighborhood: Northeast Philly

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One of a kind place located in Northeast Philly. One of Philadelphia’s original beer bars, we have never stopped evolving or rocking! We are known for our quirky events and our ever-rotating draft selection. Our food is great too. Lunch, dinner and late night. Brunch on weekends. WED

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Dance Like a Pro Venn diagram labeled Dank

A Brews and Cabaret License

would show an intersection of a few select spots. Since a sloshing glass will win you few fans, best to quaff drafts in between dance-floor sessions. 1. Silk City (Northern Liberties). Nightly DJ parties and eye candy clientele keep Mark Bee’s nightspotcum-diner popping around the clock. Retire to the psychedelic beer garden when you need a break from the beats. 2. Pub on Passyunk East (South Philly) It’s all about Wednesday night, when the tattooed royalty of South Philly come out to get down to DJs RockTits and special guests, who rotate as frequently as the POPE’s drafts.

3. Johnny’s Brenda’s (Fishtown) Local and touring bands rock out at JB’s upstairs venue (complete with two bars and photobooth), while DJs spin alongside bartenders pouring all regional brews. 4. Rebel Rock Bar & Bites (Northern Liberties). Rock ‘n’ roll in a lounge, with a primo bottle selection and tableside taps. 5. Tavern on Camac (Center City East). The longtime LGBT club features nightly live music and an upgraded tap list.

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+ BAR LISTINGS Abbaye Bar Ferdinand 3 Barcade 4 Cantina Dos Segundos 5 Delilah’s Gentlemen’s Club & Steakhouse 6 El Camino Real 7 Frankford Hall 8 Gunners Run 9 Hop Angel Brauhaus 10 Interstate Draft House 11 Johnny Brenda’s 1

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Beneluxx

Eulogy Belgian Tavern

33 S. 3rd St. Lower Level Philadelphia, PA 19106 (267) 318-7269 beneluxx.com Neighborhood: Old City

136 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19106 (215) 413-1918 eulogybar.com Neighborhood: Old City

Hours Mon: closed Tues – Thu, Sun: 5pm - 12am Fri - Sat: 12pm - 2am

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@BeneluxxBar

Beneluxx is an explorer’s paradise to research beer, cheese, chocolate and wine combined in ways to vastly expand your beer knowledge. Our rotating menus give you lots of choices to impress your friends with your rapidly growing knowledge of the world of beer. Great food too.

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Eulogy is beer and food heaven featuring the city’s largest selection of beers with over 400 highly-rated choices. Located in the historic Old City part of Philadelphia, Eulogy is part of a great day of dining and fun.

Bierstube

Fork Restaurant and Bar

206 Market St. Philadelphia PA, 19106 Phone: 215.922.2958 Neighborhood: Old City mybierstube.com

306 Market St. Philadelphia, PA 19106 (215) 625-9425 forkrestaurant.com Neighborhood: Old City

Hours Tues - Sat: 5pm - 2am

Hours Mon–Thu: 11:30am - 10:30pm Fri: 11:30am - 11:30pm

1 Located in the historic Old City part of Philadelphia, Bierstube Tsingtau is a popular restaurant and bar to grab a drink and a meal. A beautiful restaurant which has great food, superb craft beers and friendly service all at an excellent value to our guests. We invite you to tour our site and discover the Bierstube experience. Prost!

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Fork, in Old City, has been serving seasonal new American bistro cuisine for nearly 15 years. Chef Terence Feury, named 2010 Philly Mag Best of Philly Chef, features local farm produce and meats and sustainable seafood. Our beer list features local and artisanal brewers.

Khyber Pass Pub 56 S. 2nd St. Philadelphia, PA 19106 (215) 238-5888 khyberpasspub.com Neighborhood: Old City

138 Market St. Philadelphia, PA 19106 (215) 923-6069 continentalmartinibar.com

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@StarrRestaurant This stainless steel ‘60s-style diner offers an exciting menu of global cuisine, including cheesesteak egg rolls and lobster mashed potatoes. Originally famed for its sensational cocktails, this neighborhood hot-spot now features a well-rounded selection of eight beers on tap and a diverse roundup of craft bottles - all of which are changed often.

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Sat: 5pm - 11:30pm Sun: 11am - 10:30pm

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Continental Restaurant and Martini Bar

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@khyberpasspub

According to YELP!! “Basically, if you’re in Philly for any amount of time and like beer in any capacity, you’re just plain silly if you don’t pay this place a visit.” Thank you YELP!

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Bishop’s Collar

Kite and Key

1836 Callowhill St. Philadelphia, PA 19130 (215) 568-1818 thekiteandkey.com Neighborhood: Fairmount/Spring Garden

2349 Fairmount Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19130 (215) 765-1616 thecollar.us Neighborhood: Fairmount/Spring Garden

Hours Mon – Sun: 11am - 2am

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A craft beer bar since 1999, The Bishop’s Collar, or “the Collar” as it’s widely known, has been serving great and rare craft brews for as long as the great state of Pennsylvania has allowed them.

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Located in the heart of the Museum District, the Kite & Key offers a wide variety of craft and imported beer from around the world. The pub fare rivals the beer selection, highlighted by our famous mussels and veggie burger, which can be enjoyed in our beer garden.

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La Calaca Feliz

2321 Fairmount Ave Philadelphia PA, 19130 Phone: (215) 787-9930 BEST HAPPY HOUR IN TOWN & lacalacafeliz.com Neighborhood: Fairmount/Spring Garden NEW TV FOR SOCCER GAMES!

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La Calaca Feliz features contemporary Mexican cuisine based on bold traditional flavors. The vibrant colors and rustic features will transform your state of mind while sipping margaritas beside our whimsical murals in this downtown oasis.

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600 N. Broad St. Philadelphia PA, 19130 Phone: (215) 391-4600 route6restaurant.com Neighborhood: Fairmount/Spring Garden

501 N. 13th St. Philadelphia, PA 19123 (215) 238-1818 theprohibitiontaproom.com Neighborhood: Fairmount/Spring Garden Hours Mon – Fri: 12pm - 2am Sat – Sun: 11am - 2am

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Hours Mon – Thurs: 5pm - 10pm Fri – Sat: 5pm - 11pm Sun: 4pm - 10pm

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Prohibition Taproom is a small neighborhood bar located just south of Spring Garden Street. Our menu is comprised of foods using seasonal and local ingredients with a complimenting selection of beers, emphasizing on small-batch craft breweries from around the country.

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Hours Mon – Thurs: 11pm - 2am Fri : 11am - 2am • Sat: 10am - 2am Sun: 10am - 12am

Co-owners Terry Berch and Chef Michael McNally serve much-praised seasonal fare and a host of craft beer and artisanal cocktails at London Grill, one of Philadelphia’s most popular and enduring restaurants.

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2301 Fairmount Ave Philadelphia PA, 19130 Phone: (215) 978-4545 www.londongrill.com Neighborhood: Fairmount/Spring Garden

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@kitenkey

Route 6 celebrates the cuisine that is beloved in coastal towns from Maine to Maryland. Offering a seasonal, sea-to-table menu with classic dishes such as fried oysters, clam chowder and lobster rolls, this is the perfect place to kick back with a cold beer and daydream about taking a vacation.

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1RON H1LL BREWERY & RESTAURANT

P R O U D S P O N S O R O F P H I L LY B E E R W E E K 2 0 1 2

Now Open in Chestnut Hill 8400 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19118 From Center City, within three city blocks of the Chestnut Hill East and West rail lines as well as the 23 bus CHESTNUT HILL • LANCASTER • MED1A • MAPLE SHADE • NORTH WALES • PHOEN1XV1LLE • WEST CHESTER • W1LM1NGTON • NEWARK DE WWW.IRONHILLBREWERY.COM

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TRIUMPH BREWING COMPANY

CRAFT BEER LOCAL FOOD LIVE MUSIC 117 CHESTNUT STREET PHILADELPHIA (215) 625-0855

VISIT OUR OTHER LOCATIONS: NEW HOPE & PRINCETON FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK: facebook.com/triumpholdcity

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Great Dates (No Beer Goggles Needed)

hough some may subscribe to a catch-and-release policy, most beer geeks prefer to travel in pairs. Impress a potential mate with your flawless taste, or treat the old flame to a night on a town at date spots with built-in effervescence.

3. Kennett (South Philly). The vibes have been building in Kennett’s cozy room since 1924, when it first opened as Kennett Café. These days, an orange glow from the wood-burning pizza oven flickers over couples taking in locally sourced small plates.

1. Varga Bar (Center City). Suggestive studies of ‘40s-era pinups fresco the ceiling at this tiny tappie, where close quarters transform friendly acquaintances into much better friends.

4. Bar Ferdinand (Northern Liberties). You don’t need an art-history degree to interpret the real roses and mosaic bulls adorning Owen Kamihira’s Spanish-speaking dream, just a pulse and enough scratch for tapas for two.

2. With Love Beer Garden at Four Seasons Hotel (Center City). The setting is swank, there’s a breeze through the garden courtyard, and if things go really well, you’re already (nudge, nudge) at the Four Seasons.

5. Tria Fermentation School (Center City) It’s pure class to flex your brain cells sans pretension on date night, especially when the education comes in the form of expert-led tastings of beer and cheese.

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businesslistings 12 Steps Down 831 Christian Street (215) 910-1705 1518 Bar and Grill 1518 Sansom st (215) 840-5162 2nd St. Brew House 1700 S 2nd St (267) 687-7964 a.Kitchen 135 South 18th St. (215) 825-7030 Abbaye 637 N. 3rd St. (215) 627-6711 Agiato 4359 Main St. (215) 482-9700 Allagash Brewing Co. 50 Industrial Way (180) 033-5385 Alla Spina 1410 Mt. Vernon Corp (215) 600-0017 American Sardine 1800 Federal St. (213) 334-2337 Appalachian Brewing Company 50 West 3rd Avenue (484) 973-6064 Baby Blues BBQ 3402 Sansom St. (215) 222-4444 Bar Phila PA, 19107 (267) 308-7364 Barcade 1114 Frankford Avenue (215) 634-4400 Bar Ferdinand 1030 N. 2nd St. (215) 923-1313 Bella Vista Beer Distributors 755 South 11th St. (215) 627-6465 Bell Beverage 2809 S. Front St. (215) 468-0222 Beneluxx 33 South 3rd St. (267) 318-7269 Bierstube 206 Market St. (215) 922-2958 Blue Dog 4275 County Line Rd. (215) 997-9988 Blue Moon Golden CO, (919) 824-3587 Boxcar Brewing Company 306 Westtown Rd. Unit C (484) 880-6077 Brauhaus Schmitz 718 South St. (267) 909-8814 Brew 1900 S 15th (215) 339-5177 Brews Blues & BBQ 460 North 9th (267) 345-3702 Brewvolution 810 Dickerson Rd (267) 613-8572 Bridget Foy’s 200 South St (215) 922-1813 Bridgewater’s Pub 30th Street Station (215) 387-4787 Bridgid’s Bar and Restaurant 726 N 24th (215) 232-3232 Brooklyn Brewery 79 N. 11th St. (718) 486-7422 Bullies Pub 1100 Pattison Ave. (267) 443-6417 Cantina Dos Segundos 931 North 2nd St. (215) 629-0500 Cantina Feliz 424 South Bethlehem PIke (215) 646-1320 Capone’s 224 W Germantown Pike (610) 279-4748 Cavanaugh’s Rittenhouse 1823 Sansom Street (215) 665-9500

Cervisia 4400 Main St. (215) 482-9800 Chemical Heritage Foundation 315 Chestnut Street (215) 873-8213 Chestnut 7 8201 Germantown Ave (215) 247-7777 Chimay 1305 W. Oltorf St, Suite 100 (800) 616-3474 Christ Church Burial Ground 5th & Arch St.s (215) 922-1695 City Tap House The Radian Balcony 3925 Walnut St. (215) 662-0105 City Tavern 138 S. 2nd Street (215) 413-1443 Continental Restaurant and Martini Bar 138 Market St. (215) 923-6069 COOK 253 South 20th Street (215) 735-2665 Crosswalk Cafe 50 N. Independence Mall East (215) 965-2310 Delilah’s Gentlemen’s Club & Steakhouse 100 Spring Garden St. (215) 625-2800 Devil’s Alley 1907 Chestnut St. (215) 751-0707 Devil’s Den 1148 S. 11th St. (215) 339-0855 Di Bruno Bros. 1730 Chestnut St (215) 665-9220 Dock St. Brewery 701 So. 50th St. (215) 726-2337 Dogfish Head Brewing & Eats 320 Rehoboth Ave. (302) 226-2739 Doobies Bar 2201 Lombard (215) 546-0316 Dupont Speciale Belge 52 Pioneer St. (800) 656-1212 Duvel Moortgat USA 656 County Highway 33 East Passyunk Avenue E. Passyunk Avenue (215) 336-1455 El Camino Real 1040 N 2nd St. (215) 925-1110 Eulogy Belgian Tavern 136 Chestnut St. (215) 413-1918 Evil Genius Beer Company 284 W Avondale Rd. (484) 961-0237 Exton Beverage Co. 310 East Lincoln Highway (610) 363-7020 Fegley’s Brew Works 812-816 Hamilton St. (610) 433-7777 Fergie’s Pub 1214 Sansom St. (215) 928-8118 Finn McCools 118 S 12th (215) 923-3090 Flying Fish Brewing Co. 1940 Olney Ave. (856) 489-0061 For Pete’s Sake Pub 900 S Front St. (215) 462-2230 Fork Restaurant 306 Market St. (215) 625-9425 Fox & Hound 1501 Spruce St. (215) 732-8610 Frankford Hall 1210 Frankford Ave. (215) 634-3338 Free Will Brewing 5 Fairview Ave (215) 783-1246

Full Pint Brewing 1963 Lincoln Highway (724) 396-9796 Good Dog Bar 224 S. 15th St. (215) 985-9600 Grace Tavern 2229 Grays Ferry Ave. (215) 893-9580 Great Lakes Brewing Co. 2516 Market Ave. (610) 592-6850 Greatest Beers of the World 710 E Main St. (610) 275-0285 Gunners Run 1001 N. 2nd St. (215) 923-4600 Haddon Township 135 Haddon Ave. (856) 854-4117 Harpoon Brewery 306 Northern Ave. (267) 242-9604 Hawthornes 738 S. 11th St. (215) 627-3012 Home Sweet Home Brew 2008 Sansom St. (215) 569-9469 Hop Angel Brauhaus 7980 Oxford Ave. (215) 437-1939 Hulmeville Inn 4 Trenton Road (215) 750-6893 Independence Visitor Center 6th and Market St. (215) 965-7676 Interstate Draft House 1235 E. Palmer (267) 455-0045 Iron Abbey 680 N Easton Road (215) 956-9600 Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant 9 Regional Locations: West Chester, PA 3 W. Gay St. (302) 888-2739 Newark, DE 147 E. Main St. (302) 888-2739 Wilmington, DE 710 S. Justison St. (302) 888-2739 Media, PA 30 E. State St. (302) 888-2739 North Wales, PA 1460 Bethlehem Pike (302) 888-2739 Maple Shade, NJ 124 E Kings Highway (302) 888-2739 Philadelphia, PA 8400 Germantown Ave. (215) 948-5600 Lancaster, PA 781 Harrisburg Pike (717) 291-9800 Phoenixville, PA 130 E Bridge St. (610) 983-9333 Johnny Brenda’s 1201 Frankford Ave. (215) 739-9684 Jon’s Bar & Grill 300 South St. (215) 592-1390 Jose Pistola’s 263 South 15th (215) 545-4101 Isaac Newton’s Restaurant 18 S. State St. (215) 860-5100 Kennett Restaurant 848 So. Second St (267) 687-1426 Keystone Homebrew Supply Inc. 435 Doylestown Rd. (215) 855-0100 Khyber Pass Pub 56 South 2nd St. (215) 238-5888 Kildare’s Irish Pub 4417 Main St. (215) 482-7242 Kite and Key 1836 Callowhill St. (215) 568-1818

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Kris 1100 Federal St. (215) 468-0104 La Calaca Feliz 2321 Fairmount Ave. (215) 787 Fairmount Ave. Ladder 15 1528 Sansom St. (215) 964-9755 Lancaster Brewing Company 302 N. Plum st (717) 391-6258 Landmark Americana 3333 Market St. (215) 222-4500 Leinenkugel 246 Fitzwater St (919) 824-3587 Local 44 4333 Spruce Street (215) 605-5667 London Grill 2301 Fairmount Ave. (215) 978-4545 Lucky’s Last Chance 4421 Main St (215) 509-6005 Mac’s Tavern 226 Market St (267) 324-5507 Mad Mex 3401 Walnut St. (215) 382-2221 Malt House Ltd. 7101 Emlen St. (215) 242-1700 Manayunk Brewing Co. 4120 Main Street (215) 482-8220 McCrossen’s Tavern 529 N. 20th St. (215) 854-0923 McGillin’s Olde Ale House 1310 Drury St. (215) 735-5562 Memphis Taproom 2331 East Cumberland Street (215) 605-5667 Misconduct Tavern 1511 Locust St. (215) 732-5797 Molly Malloy’s Gastropub 1136 Arch (267) 525-1001 Monk’s Cafe 264 S 16th St. (215) 545-7005 Moriarty’s 1116 Walnut St. (215) 627-7676 Muller Inc. 2800 Grant Ave. (215) 676-7575 Nevulis Beverages 4125 Independence Drive (610) 769-0150 New Deck Tavern 3408 Sansom St. (215) 386-4600 Nodding Head Brewery 1516 Sansom St. (215) 569-9525 North 3rd 801 N. 3rd St. (215) 413-3666 Oakmont National Pub 31 East Eagle Rd. (610) 789-4000 Old Eagle Tavern 175 Markle St. (215) 483-5535 Opa 1311 Sansom St Phila PA, 19107 Origlio Beverage 3000 Meeting House Rd. (215) 698-9500 Oyster House 1516 Sansom St (215) 567-7683 PBR Bar and Grill 1100 Pattison Ave. (215) 253-8184 Penn Brewery 800 Vinial St. (412) 237-9400 Penn Distributors 401 Domino Ln. (215) 487-0300 Perch Pub 1345 Locust St. (215) 546-4090

Percy Street Barbecue 900 South Street (215) 625-8510 Phila Bar and Restaurant 118-122 Market St. (215) 925-7691 Philadelphia Brewing Co. 2423-2439 Amber Street (215) 427-2739 Phila Theatre Company 480 S. Broad St. (215) 985-0420 Philadelphia Urban Adventures 1500 Market Street (609) 923-1389 Pilsner Urquell 246 Fitzwater St (919) 824-3587 Pinocchio’s Beer Garden To Go 131 E Baltimore Ave. (610) 566-7767 Pizzeria Stella 420 S. 2nd St. (215) 320-8000 PJ Whelihan’s Blue Bell 799 Dekalb Pike (610) 272-8919 Pod 3636 Sansom (215) 387-1803 Prism Brewing Company 810 Dickerson Rd (267) 613-8572 Prohibition Taproom 501 N 13th St. (215) 238-1818 Pub On Passyunk East 1501 E. Passyunk Ave. (267) 847-0666 Race Street Cafe 208 Race St. (215) 669-0616 Rebel Rock Bar & Bites 100 Spring Garden St. (215) 925-1606 Resurrection Ale House 2425 Grays Ferry Ave (215) 605-5667 Revolution House 200 Market St. (215) 625-4566 Ristorante Panormama 14 N Front Phila PA, 19106 River Horse Brewing Company 80 Lambert Lane (609) 397-7776 Rocchino’s Italian Coal Oven 239 Chestnut St. (215) 238-6900 Round Guys Brewing Company 324 West Main St. (215) 368-2640 Route 6 600 N. BRd. St. (215) 391-4600 Royal Tavern 937 e. Passyunk Ave. (215) 389-6694 Saranac Brewery 811 Edward St. (315) 624-2400 Shangy’s... THE BEER AUTHORITY 40 East Main St. (610) 967-1701 ShawneeCraft Brewing One River Road (570) 421-6513 Sierra Nevada 1075 East 20th Street (530) 893-3520 Silk City 435 Spring Garden St. (215) 592-8838 Sly Fox Brewing Co. 520 Kimberton Rd. (610) 935-4540 Smokin’ Betty’s 116 S. 11th St. (215) 922-6500 South Phila Tap Room 1509 Mifflin St. (215) 551-2500 Southwark Restaurant & Bar 701 S 4th St. (215) 238-1888 Spaten - Franziskaner 46-21 Little Neck Pkwy (718) 281-1912

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Square Peg Restaurant 929 Walnut Street (215) 413-3600 St. Stephen’s Green 1701 Green St. (215) 769-5000 Standard Tap 901 N. Second St. (215) 238-0630 Stateside 1536 East Passyunk Ave. (215) 551-2500 Stockertown Beverage 515 Main Street (610) 746-5611 Stogie Joe’s 1801 E. Passyunk Ave. (215) 463-3030 Stoudt’s Brewing Co. Rte. 272 P.O Box 880 (717) 484-4386 Straub Brewery 2627 Salmon St. (814) 834-2875 SugarHouse Casino 1001 N. Delaware Ave. (267) 232-2000 Table 31 Restaurant & Plaza 1701 JFK Blvd (215) 567-7111 Tabu Lounge and Sports Bar 200 South 12th Street (215) 964-9675 Tapestry 700 S. 5th St (215) 923-1620 Tavern on Camac 243 S. Camac St. (215) 545-0900 Teresa’s Cafe & Next Door Bar 124-126 N. Wayne Ave. (610) 293-9909 The Bards 2013 Walnut St. (215) 569-9585 The Belgian Cafe 601 N 21st St. (215) 235-3500 The Bishop’s Collar 2349 Fairmount Ave. (215) 765-1616 The Boilermaker 216 S. 11th St. (215) 922-3427 The Boston Beer Company 30 Germania St. (617) 368-5080 The Dandelion 124 South 18th St. (215) 558-2500 The Drafting Room Taproom and Grille 635 N. Pottstown Pike (610) 363-0521 The Farmers’ Cabinet 1113 Walnut St. (215) 923-1113 The Foodery 324 S. 10th st (215) 928-1111 The Foodery 837 N. 2nd. St. (215) 238-6077 The Grey Lodge Pub 6235 Frankford Ave. (215) 856-3591 The Industry 1401 E. Moyamensing Ave. (215) 271-9500 The Institute 549 N 12th St. (267) 970-1226 The Irish Pol 45 South 3rd St. (267) 761-9532 The Tomato Bistro & The Couch Tomato Cafe’ 102 Rector St. PO Box 55440 (215) 483-2233 The Twisted Tail 509 S 2nd St. (215) 558-2471 The Wishing Well 767 South 9th Street (215) 238-6555 Three Monkeys Cafe 9645 James St. (215) 637-6665 TIME - Restaurant, Whiskey Bar & Tap Room 1315 Sansom St (215) 985-4800 Tony’s Place Bar & Grille 1297 Greeley Avenue (215) 675-7275

Tria Fermentation School 1601 Walnut Street (215) 972-7076 Triumph Brewing Company 117 Chestnut St (215) 625-0855 Troegs Brewing Company 200 E. Hershey Park Drive (717) 534-1297 Trolley Car Diner & Deli 7619 Germantown Ave. (215) 753-1500 Twin Lakes Brewing Co. 4210 Kennett Pike (302) 658-1826 Uncles 1220 Locust St. Phila PA, 19107 Uno Chicago Grill 9 Regional Locations: Bensalem 801 Neshaminy Mall (215) 322-6003 Deptford 1162 Hurffville Rd. (856) 853-7003 Exton 8 N. Pottstown Pike (610) 280-4555 Hamilton 225 Sloan Ave. (609) 890-0864 Langhorne 198 N Buckstown Rd (215) 741-6100 Maple Shade 2803 S. Rt 73 (856) 722-5577 Newtown Square 3910 W. Chester Pike (610) 353-8667 North Wales 1100 Bethlehem Pike (215) 283-9760 Warrington 1661 Easton Rd (215) 491-1212 Valanni 1229 Spruce st (215) 790-9494 Varalli Restaurant 231 S. BRd. St. (215) 546-6800 Varga Bar 941 Spruce St. (215) 627-5200 Via Marconi Pizza Pub 1758 Allentown Rd. (215) 393-1776 Victory Beer Hall 1100 Pattison Ave. (267) 443-6418 Victory Brewing Company 420 Acorn Lane (610) 514-7010 Village Belle 757 S Front St (215) 551-2200 Westbury Bar & Restaurant 261 S. 13th St. (215) 546-5170 Weyerbacher Brewing Co. 905-G Line St. (610) 999-2199 White Dog Cafe 3420 Sansom St. (215) 386-9224 Whole Foods Market Plymouth Meeting 500 W. Germantown Pike (610) 832-0010 Whole Foods Market Devon 821 Lancaster Ave. (610) 688-9400 With Love Beer Garden at the Four Seasons Hotel 1136 Arch St. (215) 963-1500 Woody’s 202 S. 13th St. (215) 545-1893 Wrap Shack 120. S 18th Street (267) 258-3956 Yards Brewing Co. 901 N. Delaware Ave. (215) 634-2600 Yuengling 310 Mill Creek Ave. (570) 628-4890

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Dear With Love Beer Garden, how do I love thee? Let Me count the beers.

P.S. We’ll rendezvous under the stArs At Four SeAsons Hotel PhilAdelphiA, . the officiAl hQ of Philly Beer Week

Where: 18th Street & the Benjamin Franklin Parkway When: June 4-8, open to the public 5:00-9:00 p.m.

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East Passyunk Avenue

Kennett Restaurant 848 S. 2nd St. Philadelphia, PA 19147 (267) 687-1426 kennettrestaurant.com Neighborhood: South Philly

E. Passyunk Avenue Philadelphia PA, 19145 Phone: (215) 336-1455 visiteastpassyunk.com Neighborhood: South Philly

Hours Mon: Closed Tue – Fri: 4pm - 2am

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Kennett Cafe originally opened its doors to the Queen Village neighborhood on July 4, 1924, and served the neighborhood until in 1986. Current owners have reopened as Kennett Restaurant, which features wood-fired pizza and sustainably and locally sourced food for vegetarians and omnivores, sixteen local craft beers on tap.

For Pete’s Sake Pub

Kris

900 S Front St. Philadelphia PA, 19147 Phone: (215) 462-2230 www.forpetessakepub.com Neighborhood: South Philly

1100 Federal Street Philadelphia PA, 19147 Phone: (215) 468-0104 www.krisphilly.com Neighborhood: South Philly

Hours Mon – Sun: 11am - 2am

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Charming neighborhood bar/restaurant in Historic Queen Village. Featuring 10 rotating taps and 30+ bottled beers. Open for Lunch and Dinner Mon-Sun and Brunch Sat & Sun.

Kris is causal dinning with seasonal classic and modern Mediterranean food. Items on our menu are individually portioned that are meant to be shared. In addition to our menu we have an antipasto board which means (before the meal) Small portions broken down into cured meats, cheeses and vegetables.

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Bell Beverage

738 S. 11th Street Phiadelphia PA, 19147 Phone: (215) 627-3012 hawthornecafe.com Neighborhood: South Philly

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2809 S. Front St. Philadelphia, PA 19148 (215) 468-0222 bellbeverage.com Neighborhood: South Philly Hours Mon: 9am - 5pm Tue - Thurs, Sat: 9am - 6pm Fri: 9am - 7pm Sun: closed

Hours Mon: 9am - 10pm Tue - Sat: 9am - 11pm Sun: 9am - 8pm

@Bell_Beverage

We are a lovely neighborhood cafe that carries over 1000 bottled beers, 8 rotating drafts and an excellent award winning restaurant that serves Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner. We combine being a Beer Boutique and restaurant in one. We welcome you to enjoy what we truly love to do.

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Bell Beverage has been providing Philadelphia’s best service and selection for over 50 years. With over 500 beers, we are known in the tri-state area for stocking the “hard to find” beverage for the discerning palate (many kegs available too) at the best prices. A full line of sodas, juices, low-priced cigarettes and lottery tickets make it easy to prepare for your next tailgate or party.

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Mac’s Tavern

Ristorante Panorama

226 Market St Philadelphia PA, 19106 Phone: (267) 324-5507 www.macstavern.com Neighborhood: Old City

14 N Front Philadelphia PA, 19106 Phone: (215) 922-7800 www.panoramaristorante.com Neighborhood: Old City

Hours Mon: 4pm - 2am Tues - Sun: 11am - 2am

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@ macsoldcity Mac’s Tavern is a true blend of comfort and quality. Whether you are looking for a fantastic sandwich, a unique beer and a ball game to watch, or just a friendly face? Mac’s is where you want to be.

Ristorante Panorama is an authentic Italian, trattoria-style, “upscale casual” restaurant located on the lobby level of the Penn’s View Hotel. The cuisine is contemporary, authentic Italian with influence that leans toward the Northern Italian region and features homemade pastas, authentic veal dishes, and fresh seafood specialties. Lavish murals and decor provide a dramatic modern setting with traditional accents.

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Rocchino’s Italian Coal Oven

118-122 Market St. Philadelphia, PA 19106 (215) 925-7691 philadelphiabarandrestaurant.com Neighborhood: Old City

239 Chestnut St. Philadelphia PA, 19106 Phone: (215) 238-6900 rocchinos.com Neighborhood: Old City

Hours Mon – Tues: 4pm - 2am Wed - Sat: 11:30am - 2am • Sun: 11am - 2am

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Philadelphia Bar and Restaurant is a 3700 square foot Craft Beer Bar is Located in philadelphia’s historic district. PBR’s 75 seats paired with innovative comfort food and a constant rotating line up of 16 different american craft beers 2 beer engines and a 90 plus bottle/can list makes PBR stand out as one of the best

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Rocchino’s Coal Oven Trattoria offers great daily happy hour with Italian and local Draft focus; plus half priced pizzas! Great deals for First Friday, and select Italian brews including Birreria Baladin Issac and Super Baladin and Birrificio del Borgo ReAle. Guests can expect combination of quailty, value and fun!

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Revolution House 200 Market Street Philadelphia PA, 19106 Phone: (215) 625-4566 revolutionhouse.com Neighborhood: Old City

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45 S. 3rd St. Philadelphia, PA 19106 (267) 761-9532 theirishpol.com Neighborhood: Old City

Hours Mon – Thurs: 11:30am - 11pm (kitchen) Fri: 11:30am - 1am (kitchen) Sat: 10:30am - 1am • Sun: 10:30am - 11pm (kitchen)

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At the corner of 2nd and Market Street, you’ll find food and drink to give you strength for any revolution. But the odds are, whether you’re stopping by for Sunday brunch, Friday night cocktails or a celebratory dinner, the atmosphere, creative comfort food and welcoming staff will make you want to just settle in and leave the revolution for another day.

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Craft beer bar with a neighborhood feel. 40 rotating taps, cheapest prices in Olde City, voted #1 Happy Hour in all of Philadelphia and BEST wings (secret recipe Hot Mustard Wings) No douchebags.

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GET YOUR FILL OF HOPS. THEN GO HOPS ON SEPTA FOR THE RIDE HOME.

A Table With a View ne of the great joys of pub life is people-watching. Outdoor cafes offer a soothing blur of humanity, punctuated by beautiful faces and remarkable sartorial decisions; indoor scenes are when things really get interesting. Given Philadelphia’s passion for craft beer, you’ll never have to drink a lousy macro in any of our favorite places to watch the world go by.

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1. a. Kitchen (Center City). A curated selection of craft beer from around the world complements chef Bryan Sikora’s obsessively seasonal approach at this sleek showcase restaurant. Score a table along 18th Street to scope the latest in Rittenhouse fashion. 2. Molly Malloy’s (Center City). This ramshackle Reading Terminal beer garden has 24 taps, a full menu and a new look to accommodate swelling crowds. Reward a successful grocery run with a glass and take in the parade. 3. Whole Foods (Plymouth Meeting, Monto). Hot yoga moms, free parking, hundreds of bottles and growler fills all in one magical location are what make the suburbs great.

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4. Delilah’s Gentlemen’s Club & Steakhouse (Fairmount/Spring Garden). Take your eyes off the stage just long enough to choose a craft beer when visiting this gentleman’s club. Perhaps you’d like to buy a particularly enchanting dancer a draft?

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5. Jon’s Bar & Grill (South Street). People-watching can be a full-contact sport on South Street. Revive with a beer without sacrificing the view of the wildlife from this old-school spot’s streetside patio.

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Keystone Homebrew Supply Inc.

Via Marconi Pizza Pub

435 Doylestown Road Montgomeryville PA, 18936 Phone: (215) 855-0100 www.keystonehomebrew.com Neighborhood: Montgomery County

1758 Allentown Road In the Genaurdi’s Shopping Center

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Lansdale, PA 19446 (215) 393-1776 viamarconis.com Neighborhood: Montgomery County

Hours Mon – Thurs: 10am - 7 pm Fri: 10am - 9 pm Sat: 10 am - 7 pm Sun: 11am - 5pm

Hours Mon – Sun: 11am - 2am

A comfortable sports bar and restaurant, we have 20 of the best draft beers and over 160 bottle selections, 25 large screen TVs, pool table, darts, etc. A full Italian style menu with all of your favorite pub foods as well. We hope to see you all.

@KeystoneHB We offer the best selection of high quality beer and winemaking supplies anywhere in the region, plus glassware, steins, bar supplies, neon signs, fun classes & more. We have a friendly, passionate and very experienced sales staff in 2 locations, including a new one-of-akind 23,000 square foot facility in Montgomeryville.

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PJ Whelihan’s Blue Bell

500 W. Germantown Pike Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462 (610) 832-0010 wholefoods.com/plymouthmeeting Neighborhood: Montgomery County

799 Dekalb Pike Blue Bell PA, 19422 Phone: (610) 272-8919 pjspub.com/bluebell Neighborhood: Montgomery County

Hours Mon – Sun: 8am - 9pm

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The Cold Point Pub at Whole Foods Market Plymouth Meeting features eight rotating craft beers on tap, over 300 varieties of grab-and-go bottled beer for the beer connoisseur, a wine bar and a seasonal pub menu.

Hours Mon – Sun: 11am - 2am

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@ pjs_pub Whether you’re looking for a warm meal or an ice cold beer, a casual business lunch location or a neighborhood sports bar to watch the game with friends...come drink, dine, and be merry at P.J. Whelihan’s! Pouring over 25 Craft Beers!Have you checked out our awesome new patio???

Brooklyn Brewery

Prism Brewing COmpany

79 N. 11th St. Brewer’s Row Brooklyn, NY 11211 (718) 486-7422 brooklynbrewery.com Neighborhood: Out of Town

810 Dickerson Rd, Suite B-2 North Whales PA, 19454 Phone: (267) 613-8572 www.prismbeer.com Neighborhood: Montgomery County

Sat, June 5: 12pm - 4pm

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Brooklyn’s premier culinary cookoff is coming to Philly on June 5 at World Café Live. Food enthusiasts and general lovers of fun are invited to eat their fill and vote for Philly’s best amateur chef at the Philadelphia Cheese Experiment. Ticket holders will enjoy a Brooklyn beer on us, good tunes and loads of great food.

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Our beer spectrum is broken into six categories based on complexity and alcohol content. Each starts with a base style - we add our own twists. Some might say we are mad scientists posing as brewers and they could be right. We like to think about it as having fun and being creative.

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Triumph Brewing

Pizzeria Stella

117 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19106 (215) 625-0855 triumphbrewing.com/philadelphia Neighborhood: Old City

420 S. 2nd St. Philadelphia PA, 19106 Phone: (215) 320-8000 www.pizzeriastella.com Neighborhood: South Street

Hours Mon – Sat: 11:30am - 2am Sun: 11:30am - 12am

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Triumph Brewing Company is not only an award winning Brew Pub, it is now Philadelphia’s hottest new music venue. We feature delicious craft beer made in house, an eclectic food menu comprised of local sustainable ingredients and the best live entertainment.

Café windows looking onto Headhouse Square hint of the unpretentious warmth of a neighborhood restaurant. An open wood-burning hearth occupies center stage, and turns out artisanal Neapolitan pizza. Antipasti and pasta are prepared with amazing Italian authenticity. Crisp, refreshing beer (draft and bottle) are the perfect accompaniment to a relaxed meal.

Brauhaus Schmitz

Tapestry

718 South St. Philadelphia PA, 19147 Phone: (267) 909-8814 brauhausschmitz.com Neighborhood: South Street

700 S. 5th St Philadelphia PA, 19147 Phone: (215) 923-1620 www.tapestryphilly.com Neighborhood: South Street

Hours Mon – Sun: 11:30am - 2am

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Brauhaus Schmitz is Philadelphia’s only authentic German Bierhall! Offering the region’s best German beer selection (20 taps, 85 bottles) as well as an extensive schnapps list. Not to be outdone, the kitchen is cranking out some amazing German cusine making anyone a fan of all things German. PROST!!

24 Taps and Over 150 Bottles of Beer A selection of Over 200 Spirits Rotating Wine List of 20 Bottles (All Available By the Glass) Classic American Menu

The Twisted Tail

Jon’s Bar & Grill

509 S 2nd Street Philadelphia PA, 19147 Phone: (215) 558-2471 www.thetwistedtail.com Neighborhood: South Street

300 South St. Philadelphia, PA 19147 (215) 592-1390 jonsbarandgrille.com Neighborhood: South Street

Hours Mon – Sat: 11am - 2am Sun: 10am - 2am

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@twistedtailphl The wonderfully designed, two floor space, filled with Southern hospitality, sets the scene to enjoy one of over 50 beers and 50 whiskies. Pair your libation with a morsel from their Southern Kitchen and challenge your friends to a game of shuffleboard.

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Hours Mon – Thurs: 11:30am - 10pm Fri: 11:30am - 11pm Sat: 11am - 11pm • Sun: 11am - 10pm

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South Street’s premier beer location. 80+ bottles and 20 drafts. We have outdoor seating on the corner of 3rd & South. Serving great food and drinks for over 30 years.

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OLDCITY / SOUTHSTREET 5 Events You Can’t Miss on South Street

5 Events You Can’t Miss in Old City

1. Cirque du Saison, Tapestry, June 2-3. A weekend street festival with more than 30 different Belgian-style saisons, with BBQ.

1. Bacon Beer Brunch, Continental Restaurant and Martini Bar, June 2. Waking up the morning after Opening Tap is easier with a pint of Prism Brewing’s Insana Chocolate Bacon Stout and a plate of waffles.

2. 2nd Annual All Day IPA, Jon’s Bar & Grill, June 3. Sitting outdoors on the first weekend of June, sipping the bitterest from Dogfish Head, Green Flash, Avery, Southern Tier and more. 3. Barrel-Aged Extravaganza, Twisted Tail, June 8. Pair beers aged in bourbon, rum and gin barrels with the spirits that originally soaked the wood. 4. Summer Sessions Beach Party, Jon’s Bar & Grill, June 9. A bikini contest in the sun, with light-bodied beauties from Franziskaner, Allagash and Founders. 5. Bull Riding, Percy Street Barbecue, June 7. Teams buck and ride for the title and trophy of 2012 Philly Beer Week Bull Riding Champion.

2. Beer & Cheese & DiBruno Brothers & Brooklyn Brewery, Khyber Pass Pub, June 3. An epic combination pairing five world classic cheeses with five Brooklyn beers. 3. Forum of the Gods, Philadelphia Bar & Restaurant, June 6. Top brewers bring their finest beers for a off-beat panel discussion led by beer reporter Joe Sixpack.

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5. Local Favorites, Mac’s Tavern, June 8. It might be Always Sunny, but it’s even brighter when the Phillies are on the tube and local suds are pouring from the taps.

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SEPTA FACTS: DID YOU KNOW? SEPTA vehicles collectively traveled more than 90 million miles last year, covering a service region spanning nearly 2,200 miles.

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Wednesdays, + BAR LISTINGS August 15, 22 & 29 Amada Beneluxx 3 Bierstube 4 Brauhaus Schmitz 5 Bridget Foy’s 6 Chemical Heritage Foundation 7 Christ Church Burial Ground 8 City Tavern 9 Continental Restaurant & Martini Bar 10 Crosswalk Cafe 11 Eulogy Belgian Tavern 12 Fork Restaurant 1

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Jon’s Bar & Grill Khyber Pass Pub 15 Mac’s Tavern 16 National Mechanics 17 Percy Street Barbecue 18 Philadelphia Bar & Restaurant 19 Pizzeria Stella 20 Race Street Cafe 21 Revolution House 22 Ristorante Panormama 23 Southwark Restaurant & Bar 24 Rocchino’s Italian Coal Oven 13

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FAIRMOUNT / SPRING GARDEN 5 Events You Can’t Miss in Fairmount 1. Beer-lebrity Boxing, Kite & Key, June 2. Possibly the most nonviolent display of pugilism in the history of modern sports (or beer-drinking). 2. Local Draft Beer vs. Local Draft Wine, London Grill, June 3. A repeat of one of last year’s favorite dinners will feature Weyerbacher vs. Galen Glen. 3. Blues, Brews & BBQ, Starlight Ballroom, June 9. Fingerlickin’ good fun, with more than 80 brews to wash down those BBQs.

4. Dunk a Beer Rep, London Grill, June 5. Get your favorite brewery representative soaked during this afternoon block party. Proceeds benefit PAWS. 5. Allagash Four-Way Triple, The Bishop’s Collar, June 5. The standard-bearer of authentic Americanized Belgian ales shows how it’s done with four different varieties of tripel.

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Beer Gets the Cocktail Treatment he mother of modern beer cocktails is a Dirty Hoe. This glass of draft Hoegaarden splashed with fuschia Lindeman’s Framboise lambic may seem like a finger in the face of the brewers who spent so much time crafting their recipes to perfection, but fact is, humans like nothing better than to meddle with perfection. A few daring Philly publicans blend brews into original cocktails that both pay homage to, and saucily wink at, their brewer sires.

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1. Smokin’ Betty’s (Center City) Allagash White is juiced up with peach schnapps and a slice of gingery fruit in the Curious Georgia, a refreshing take on the witbier-wit-more category launched by the Dirty Hoe. 2. London Grill (Fairmount) Owner Terry McNally’s irreverence and laser-like palate has produced gems of this nascent genre of drink. Tops is the Smoke ‘Em if You Got ‘Em, a mashup of Victory Prima Pils, smoky mezcal and chipotleinfused vodka—a woodsy sip with a salty edge. 3. Alla Spina (Spring Garden) Vetri Family beverage director Steve Wildy delivered an entire selection of beer-based cocktails for this new North Broad gastropub. The Shillaci (named for Sicilian footballer Totò) spins Averna amaro, Stumptown coffee and Stoudt’s Fat Dog oatmeal stout into a tipple with serious kick. 4. The Farmers’ Cabinet (Center City) There’s not a drop of beer in the beer-inspired cocktails at this dim and sexy destination, but just a sip of the Cockaigne will drive lambic fiends wild. A complex character is derived from a blend of cognac, orange bitters, sugar, sparkling wine and strawberry shrub, a historic refresher made from smashed fruit and cider vinegar. The effect is so convincing, you won’t even miss the Cantillon.

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• 3.5 oz. Monk’s Café Flemish Sour Ale • 2.5 oz. Chinotto soda • 0.25 oz. crème de violette • Combine all three ingredients with ice in a shaker, and shake lightly to create a

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Brews Blues & BBQ

460 North 9th Philadelphia PA, 19123 Phone: (267) 345-3702 brewsbluesandbarbecue.com Neighborhood: Fairmount/Spring Garden

Red Velvet moussey texture. Strain into a coupe or martini glass and imbibe. The grown-up bitterness of Chinotto Italian soda informs Monk’s Café Sour Ale with a bit of bite in the Red Velvet; a dram of crème de violette adds a floral finish.

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Steve Wildy of Alla Spina shares this classic recipe.

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Philadelphia Beer Festivals holds three of the most exciting craft beer tasting events every year: Brews Blues and Barbecue pairing food, beer music and cider. Winter Beer Fest every thanksgiving Saturday bringing the new winter warmers and seasonal limited releases. Big Ass Beer Fest dedicated to beer over 8% ABV

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South Philly Beer Festival Friday, June 8th, 2012

Beer Tastings | Beer Pairings | Craft Beer Specials | New Beer Introductions

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I t’s Beer Week at American Sardine Bar! Ommegang Cuts the Cheese Friday, June 1st, 5-8pm Pay as you go!

Firestone Walker Keg Party Saturday, June 2nd, 5pm Pay as you go!

Oskar Blues Farm to Sardine Bar Sunday, June 3rd, 4-8pm Get your ticket!

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Annual PBC Fried Chicken Run Saturday, June 9th, 3pm Get your ticket!

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Stoudt’s Brewery

Flying Fish Brewing Co.

Route 272, P.O. Box 880 Adamstown, PA 19501 (717) 484-4386 stoudtsbeer.com Neighborhood: Lancaster County

1940 Olney Ave. Cherry Hill NJ, 08003 Phone: (856) 489-0061 www.flyingfish.com Neighborhood: New Jersey

Hours Mon – Thu: 4:30pm - 10pm Fri – Sat: 12pm - 10pm Sun: 11:30am - 8pm

Hours Mon – Thurs: 11am - 12am Fri – Sat: 11am - 1am Sun: 11am - 11pm

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@jerseyfreshale Food friendly beers, intensely local distribution, Flying Fish has been brewing on the Jersey side for 16 years. Our beers range from classic British ESB and IPA, to Belgian styles to the Exit Series that celebrate ingredients from the Garden State.

Carol Stoudt started the first craft brewery in Pennsylvania since Prohibition. Being a pioneer she realized her destiny as a craft brewer. Carol’s love of her craft, the brewing industry, and true-to-style German inspired beers sets Stoudt’s apart from other craft beers. Check out our website for festival info.

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Sly Fox Brewing Co.

135 Haddon Ave Westmont NJ, 08108 Phone: (856) 854-4117 haddonpubfest.com Neighborhood: New Jersey

520 Kimberton Road (Rt. 113) Maple Lawn Shopping Center Phoenixville PA, 19460 Phone: (610) 935-4540 slyfoxbeer.com Neighborhood: Chester County

Hours June 2nd: 12pm - 6pm

The craft beer scene is alive in South Jersey as Keg & Kitchen, Treno, Taproom & Grill, PJ Whelihan’s, Pour House, Brewer’s Towne Tavern, Tom Fischer’s Tavern and The Irish Mile will host craft brewers/distributors from 12:00PM to 6:00PM on June 2nd. Come out for deals and door prizes!

Hours Mon – Thur: 11:30am - 11pm • Fri – Sat: 11:30am - 12am Sun: 12pm - 11pm

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@slyfoxbeer

Sly Fox Brewing Co. opened its new 30,000 square foot production facility in Pottstown, PA in March of 2012 and continues to operate their brewpub on Rt. 113 in Phoenixville. Their award-winning, eclectic lineup of canned, bottled, & draft beers are distributed throughout PA, NY, & NJ.

River horse brewing company

Fegley’s Brew Works

80 Lambert Lane Lambertville NJ, 08530 Phone: (609) 397-7776 riverhorse.com Neighborhood: New Jersey

812-816 Hamilton Street Allentown PA, 18101 Phone: (610) 433-7777 Neighborhood: Lehigh County

Hours Fri – Sat: 12pm - 5pm Sun: 12pm - 5pm

Hours Mon – Sun: 11am - 2am

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River Horse is located in Lambertville, NJ, 40 miles from Philadelphia. We sit right on the Delaware River, just across the walking bridge from New Hope, PA. Tours and tasting are Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 12-5. 5 year round and 5 seasonal offerings.

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@thebrewworks

Fegley’s Brew Works has won numerous beer awards under Brewmaster Beau Baden including the most recent GABF medal for his rendition of the 1800s Allsopp’s Arctic Ale called Arctic Alchemy. Still family run and operated, our brewpubs practice strong sustainability initiatives including solar panels and LED lighting, and use locally sourced foods.

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Saturday June 9th 2012 At the Starlight Ballroom

430 N. 9th St. Philadelphia, PA 19123

BrewsBluesAndBarbecue.com

1PM & 5PM Sessions Sample 100+ craft beers

Ribs, pulled pork, chicken and more

During Philadelphia Beer Week

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When The SpiriT AleS you. Artisinal Imports Tap Take-Over May 10, 8 - 11pm Updated PBW event list online.

TheCollar.us

sunday brunch 11am-3pm 24TH & FAIRMOUNT AVENUE PHILADELPHIA, PA 19130 215.765.1616

• Outdoor Seating • Back Patio • Sunday Brunch, 11am–3pm

Check phillybeerweek.org for event details 1701 Green Street Phila, PA 19130

Hours 11:00am-2:00am

215.769.5000

HOURS: Monday-Friday 11:30am-2am • Open for Lunch • Saturday-Sunday 10am-2am

637 N. 3rd Street (3rd & Fairmount)

Northern Liberties (215) 627-6711 www.theabbaye.net - Weekly Events Thursday: Quizzo starts 10pm. Prizes for 1st and 2nd place.

Victory Brewing 6/4 7-9pm

Sunday: Karaoke starts 10pm. Huge song book to choose from!

Long Trail 6/5 7-9pm

Happy Hour: Mon-Fri, 4-6 pm. $2 off all drafts, $3 well drinks, $5 glass of wine. Nothing over $5 happy hour menu.

Troegs 6/6 7-9pm

Brunch: Sat & Sun, 10am-3pm. Bloody Mary and Mimosa specials, $2 off all drafts Watch the Phillies at the Abbaye!

Drink Red Special: Mon - Thurs $3 drafts with “red” in their name $3/2 Hot Dogs

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- Philly Beer Week Events -

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Weyerbacher 6/8 5-7pm Breckenridge 6/9 4-6pm Check the Abbaye Beer Week Calendar and www.theabbaye.net for Additional Events philadelphiaweekly.com


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Where To Go... …in your pajama jeans: Doobie’s (Center City). …to learn how to trick out your dinner parties: COOK Philly (Center City). …if you’re an unrepentant Steelers fan: Fox & Hound (Center City). …if your hangover requires breakfast poutine: Square Peg Restaurant (Center City). …if you switch channels between the Phils game and Real Housewives: Tabu Lounge and Sports Bar (Center City). …to impress your parents: Fork (Old City). …for the proper glassware: Teresa’s Next Door (Wayne, Delco). …if everyone else wants to drink wine: Ristorante Panorma (Old City). …to meet a new girlfriend: Continental Restaurant and Martini Bar (Center City). …to meet a new girlfriend (if you’re over 42): Manayunk Brewing (Manayunk).

…for a networking happy hour that just keeps going: Ladder 15 (Center City). …if you can’t afford a vacation to Mykonos: Opa (Center City). …if you can’t decide between German or Chinese tonight: Bierstube (Old City). …for a “quick beer” that always turns into dinner out: Resurrection Ale House (Gray’s Ferry). …where It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: Mac’s Tavern (Old City). …for a custom burger: Lucky’s Last Chance (Manayunk).

…for real bread as tasty as the liquid bread: Agiato (Manayunk). …to gnaw on yummy “burnt ends”: Percy Street Barbecue (South Street).

…to meet a new boyfriend: Westbury Bar & Restaurant (Center City).

…to grab the sixpack of your dreams: Brew (South Philly). …to grab the Joe Sixpack of your dreams: Opening Tap (Old City). …on your first date: London Grill (Fairmount).

…for a baby-momma happy hour: Local 44 (West Philly).

…for a clandestine meeting: 12 Steps Down (South Philly).

…to drink in an old bank vault: Oakmont National Pub (Havertown, Delco). …to drink in an industrial park: Prism Brewing (North Wales, Montco).

…to wear your Nantucket reds: Route 6 (North Broad).

…before a show on Broad Street: Perch Pub (Center City).

…to learn from the smartest (while drinking rare treats): Tria Fermentation School (Center City).

…to park your fixed-gear: the Pub on Passyunk East (South Philly). …after going fresh & local at the Sunday Headhouse market: Pizzeria Stella (South Street). … to get your Beer Geek Merit Badge: Capone’s (Montco). …when you’re lost in Lehigh County: Fegley’s Brew Works (Lehigh County). …to turn Benjamins into dreams: SugarHouse Casino (Northern Liberties). …to read the bathroom walls: The Grey Lodge Pub (Mayfair).

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MEATY: Baby Blues BBQ (West Philly), Percy Street Barbecue (South Street), Brews Blues & BBQ (Center City), Khyber Pass Pub (Old City). VEGAN: Memphis Taproom (Fishtown), Belgian Café (Fairmount), El Camino Real (Northern Liberties). TACOS: La Calaca Feliz (Fairmount), Mad Mex (West Philly), Jose Pistola’s (Center City). LADIES’ NIGHT: Continental Restaurant & Martini Bar (Old City), Southwark Restaurant & Bar (South Street), Village Belle (South Philly). DUDES’ NIGHT: The Wishing Well (South Philly), Stogie Joe’s (South Philly), Kite & Key (Fairmount/Spring Garden).

…for fiery wings cooled by craft drafts: Moriarty’s (Center City).

…when you need to shout at the television in the company of other fans: Misconduct Tavern (Center City).

…for a relaxing pop after riding the train: Three Monkeys Café (Northeast Philly).

ub crawls have a lousy reputation for promoting boorish behavior, sloppy make-out sessions and barfing in otherwise respectable establishments. To keep the tone festive rather than fetid, pros know to limit the destinations to a manageable number—and keep the water and food coming. Try one of these unique crawls:

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…to observe the South Street life: Bridget Foy’s (South Street).

…to meet a new mom: Cold Point Pub at Whole Foods (Plymouth Meeting, Montco).

…to get into “the mood:” Oyster House (Center City).

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…as your first stop on a Fairmount bar crawl: The Bishop’s Collar (Fairmount).

…for an alternative to fries, blackened green beans and mayo: Grace Tavern (Gray’s Ferry). …to hit on Penn students: Mad Mex (West Philly). …to drink with the real ’Yunkers: Old Eagle Tavern (Manayunk). …after hitting the Forbidden Drive bike trail: Chestnut 7 (Chestnut Hill). …for the ultimate nap: Christ Church Burial Ground brewers tour (Old City).

Bookmark These Spots hen it comes to literature, booze has bolstered more brilliance than any single influence other than being Irish. So, where better to appreciate the works of Bukowski, Hunter S. Thompson and the city’s own David Goodis than in the soothing buzz of a public house, with an equally intriguing glass at hand?

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1. Hawthorne’s (Bella Vista). Browse the coolers for a bottle to sit with on the sofa, or work on your tan with a table in the sun at lunchtime. 2. Fergie’s (Center City East). Something about the light coming through bottle-bottom windows makes it great for reading. Brainy bartenders, too.

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3. Foodery (Northern Liberties). Mindbending bottle selection, handmade sandwiches and café tables with no server to pester you. 4. Beneluxx (Old City). Get lost in this snug underground cavern stocked with fine beer, cheese and chocolate. 5. The Bards (Rittenhouse). The visages of dead Irish writers adorn the walls of this uptown classic, where the brogues of the bartenders are as authentic as the fish and chips.

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UNIVERSITYCITY / WESTPHILLY 5 Events You Can’t Miss in West Philly & University City

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1. Bald Men Love Beer, City Tap House, June 5. The folliclechallenged Tomme Arthur and Matt Wells of Port Brewing/Lost Abbey bring their award-winning beers to the East. Shave your head in appreciation of great beer. 2. Sansom Street Soiree, between 34th & 36th streets, June 7. White Dog Café, New Deck Tavern and Baby Blues BBQ throw a daylong block party with outdoor cooking and the best of local crafts. 3. New England Lunch, City Tap House, June 8. Look for some delicious chowdah and hard-to-find varieties from Nantucket’s Cisco Brewers.

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5. Russian River Sunday, Local 44, June 10. The taps flow with the Santa Rosa, Calif., brewery’s finest, including a certain guy named Pliny.

SEPTA FACTS: DID YOU KNOW? A big bus with just seven passengers is more fuelefficient than the average car. A full bus is six times more efficient. A full train is 15 times more efficient.

SEPTA IS YOUR ALL-TIME DESIGNATED DRIVER. CHEERS TO THAT.

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SEPTA TRANSIT ROUTES Bus and Trackless Trolley Routes 12 (end of route) 12 Limited Service 67 LUCY Green Loop

Baby Blues BBQ 2 Bridgewater’s Pub 3 City Tap House 4 Crowne Plaza Philadelphia West 5 Dock Street Brewery 6 Landmark Americana 7 Local 44 8 Mad Mex 9 New Deck Tavern 10 Pod 11 White Dog Cafe 1

Enjoy Beer Week, then enjoy an easy ride home. SEPTA is your ticket to a safe trip. Check out real stories from real people at ISEPTAPHILLY.COM

LUCY Gold Loop Market-Frankford Line Station Broad Street Line and Station Broad Ridge Spur Norristown High Speed Line Station Stations

Trolley Lines (end of route) 11 PATCO High Speed Line

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Regional Rail Lines

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Dock Street Brewing 701 S. 50th St. Philadelphia, PA 19143 (215) 726-2337 dockstreetbeer.com Neighborhood: West Philly

Hours Tue: 3-11pm (kitchen 3:30-10pm)

Thu: 3-12am (kitchen 3:30-11pm) Fri: 12pm-1am (kitchen closes at 12am)

Wed: 3-11pm (kitchen 3:30-10pm)

Sat: 12pm-1am (kitchen closes at 12am)

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Dock Street Brewery is located in a magnificent old firehouse on the corner of 50th & Baltimore. Dock Street has a rich brewing history, a reputation for quality, innovation and brewing distinctive unfiltered, unpasteurized beers. At the heart of the brewpub is a woodfired oven famous for gourmet pizzas.

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GET YOUR FILL OF HOPS. THEN GO HOPS ON SEPTA FOR THE RIDE HOME. Enjoy Beer Week, then enjoy an easy ride home. SEPTA is your ticket to a safe trip. Check out real stories from real people at ISEPTAPHILLY.COM

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Westbury Bar and REstuarant

Devil’s Den

1148 S. 11th St. Philadelphia, PA 19147 (215) 339-0855 devilsdenphilly.com7 Neighborhood: South Philly

261 S. 13th St. Philadelphia, PA 19107 (215) 280-4340 westburybarandrestaurant.com Neighborhood: Center City

Hours Mon – Fri: 11am - 2am Sat - Sun: 10:30am -2am

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@devilsdenphilly

The Devil’s Den is a cozy neighborhood haunt that prides itself on having one of the best beer lists in all of Philadelphia. With 17 constantly changing taps and over 200+ bottles, Devil’s Den offers something for everyone.

Hours Mon – Wed: 4pm - 1am Thu – Fri: 4pm - 2am Sat: 11am - 2am Sun: 11am - 1am

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The Westbury is a neighborhood craft beer/sports pub with 16 taps and 50-plus bottled beers. Watch the game on eight large screen TVs while enjoying great pub food. Happy Hour: Monday - Saturday 5pm - 7pm.

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With Love Beer Garden at the Four Seasons Hotel

Fergie’s Pub

1214 Sansom St. Philadelphia, PA 19107 (215) 928-8118 fergies.com Neighborhood: Center City

One Logan Square Philadelphia PA, 19103 Phone: (215) 963-1500 fourseasons.com/philadelphia Neighborhood: Center City

Hours Mon – Sat: 11:30am - 2am Sun: 4pm - 2am

Hours Mon – Fri: 4pm - 8pm

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@FergiesPhilly

@FSPhiladelphia Throughout Philly Beer Week, Four Seasons presents the With Love Beer Garden in its gorgeous outdoor patio. Featuring local brewers and artfully designed small plates, the garden will be Philly Beer Week Central, Monday, June 6-Friday, June 10, from 4-8 p.m. Drop by, grab a refreshing local beer, meet friends and catch up on all the excitement of the week.

Fergie’s is a small pub nestled in the heart of Philadelphia. It is Irish owned and boasts no TV, conversation welcome. It hosts live music acts including a wonderful traditional Irish music session on Saturday afternoons. It has a dynamite BBQ section on the menu. Choice beer list with the best Guinness on tap in Philly.

Nodding Head Brewery

Grace Tavern 2229 Grays Ferry Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19146 (215) 893-9580 gracetavern.com Neighborhood: Grays Ferry

1516 Sansom St. Philadelphia, PA 19102 (215) 569-9525 noddinghead.com Hours Mon – Sat: 11:30am - 2am Sun: 11am - 2am

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A lovingly restored neighborhood tavern. Tin walls & ceilings. Antique Bevadore. Serving fine beer, wine and spirits. Full food menu served daily from 11:30 a.m. - 2 a.m.

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Philadelphia’s most award-winning brewery. Beers from the source, great menu with something for everyone. Sunday jazz brunch. A fresh cask ale every day.

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Northern Italian & Seafood Fine Craft Beer Meet the Importer Dinner Hosted by St. Killian 5 Courses, 5 Imports

June 6, 2012 6:00 PM 231 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19107

215-546-6800 www.varalliusa.com

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JUNE Philly Beer Week Events 1st - PBW Kick-Off!

6th - Meet the Importer

Rare Brews and One-Offs.

St. Killian 8PM

2nd - Brooklyn Tap Takeover

7th - Cooking with Beer

3rd - Session Beer Fest

9th - PBW Leftovers

Featuring Old Forge / Perch Collaboration Tapping

4th - “Drunken” Tales of Yore with Yards Brewing 7:00 PM

5th - Meet the Brewer Uinta Tap Takeover 7:00 PM

Happy Hour 1/2 off all taps 12:00 - 2:00 AM

10th - Philly Beer Scene Challenge

Battle of the Homebrew Shops Final 5:00PM

1345 Locust Street • Philadelphia, PA 19107

215-546-4090 www.perchpub.com

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Spaten North America

Blue Dog 4275 County Line Road Chalfont PA, 18914 Phone: (215) 997-9988 bluedog.cc Neighborhood: Bucks County

46-21 Little Neck Pkwy. Little Neck NY, 11362 (718) 281-1912 spatenusa.com Neighborhood: Center City

Hours Mon – Tues: 4pm - 1am Thurs – Fri: 4pm - 2am Sat: Noon - 3am • Sun: 11am - 1am

Hours Mon – Fri: 11:30 am - 2 am Blue Dog is a neighborhood favorite for good times, pleasant dining, and great cuisine. The menu features casual fare such as cheese steaks, hummus of the day, and quesadillas, as well as full entrees -- AWARD WINNING favorites include our RIBS & CRABCAKES. There are also many vegetarian selections, as well as a “puppy menu” that’s sure to delight the children. The chef prepares daily specials for both lunch and dinner. In addition to its fully stocked bar, Blue Dog is renowned for its unique and extensive selection of beer. Over 500 domestic, microbrews, Belgians and imports are available for dine-in or take-out. Blue Dog offers a casual atmosphere and a friendly crowd that you’re sure to enjoy, so please stop in soon!

Spaten is known a Munich’s 1st brewery. established in 1397, for over 600 years Spaten has been one of the most respected brewers of Germany and the World. Franziskaner was founded in 1363, located next to the Franciscan Monastery in the heart of Munich. Franziskaner The worlds most distinguished wheat Beer.

Cantina Feliz

Penn Brewery

424 South Bethlehem PIke Fort Washington PA, 19034 Phone: (215) 646-1320 cantinafeliz.com Neighborhood: Montgomery County

800 Vinial St. Pittsburgh PA, 15212 Phone: (412) 237-9400 www.pennbrew.com Neighborhood: Out of Town

Hours Mon – Thu: 11:30am - 2pm & 4 - 9pm Fri: 11:30am - 2pm & 4 - 10pm Sat: 4 - 10pm Sun: 4 - 9pm

Hours Mon – Sat: 11am - 12am Sun: closed

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Originating in Philadelphia, and now Pittsburgh’s oldest and largest brewery, Penn Brewery is housed in the mid nineteenth-century landmark E&O Brewery Building on Pittsburgh’s North Side. Penn specializes in award-winning old-world-style craft beers, all brewed onsite, and serves traditional “Euro-Pittsburgh” dishes including wurst, schnitzel, pierogi, and goulash, in its restaurant.

Nevulis Beverages 4125 Independence Drive, Suite 9 Schnecksville PA 18078 Phone: (610) 769-0150 nevulisbeverages.com Neighborhood: Lehigh County

601 N. 21st St. Philadelphia, PA 19130 (215) 235-3500 thebelgiancafe.com Neighborhood: Fairmount/Spring Garden

Hours Mon – Fri: 11:30am - 2am Sat: 11am - 2am Sun: 11am - 2am

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Cantina Feliz is a contemporary Mexican restaurant with a full bar that recently opened in Fort Washington, PA. The festive restaurant serves creative, yet traditional, Mexican cuisine. Bar serves more than 50 tequilas, margaritas, specialty cocktails, six rotating craft beers on draft, bottled beers, sangria by the glass or pitcher and more.

The Belgian Café

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@thebelgiancafe

The guys from Monk’s present The Belgian Cafe, bringing 12 taps and over 200 bottles of great World and U.S. craft beer to the Art Museum/Fairmount area with great cuisine a la biere, burgers, mussels, frites, and vegetarian choices. Outdoor seating on the beautiful, sunny, tree-lined corner of 21st and Green Streets.

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Located 20 minutes outside of Allentown, PA.

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NEVULIS BEVERAGES IMPORTED & DOMESTIC SELECTIONS

ARTISAN CRAFTED CICERONE CERTIFIED

4125 INDEPENDENCE DR., STE 9, SCHNECKSVILLE PA 18078

610-769-0150

WWW.NEVULISBEVERAGES.COM

1501 Spruce St. (minutes from all hotels off Broad st) (215) 732-8610 · www.foxandhound.com

Center City’s largest sports bar boasting 37 domestic, import and craft beers on draft In town for Philly Beer Week, come on in and catch your favorite sports team on one of our mega projection screens. Traveling with a group? We have ample space to accommodate any and all group sizes. Look for PBW’s largest beer pong tournament See PhillyBeerWeek.org for full calendar of events as well as times

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PHILLY BEER WEEK EVENTS: Kicking off PBW on Friday and Saturday with live bands and great beer SUNDAY MAY 3RD Lazy Sunday Cask Event Featuring cask beers from 15-20 different brewers MONDAY MAY 4TH - Sam Adams “Meet the brewer” Win a home brew kit contest SATURDAY MAY 9TH - Brews and Boxing Manny Pacquiao fight with 14 select craft brews PhiladelPhiaWeekly.com


a. Kitchen

Finn McCools

Hours Mon – Fri: 11:30am - 10pm Sat: 8:30am - 11pm Sun: 8:30am - 10pm

Hours Mon – Fri: 10:30am - 2am Sat - Sun: 10:30am - 2am

118 S 12th Philadelphia PA, 19107 Phone: (215) 923-3090 finnmccoolsphilly.com Neighborhood: Center City

135 South 18th St. Philadelphia PA, 19103 Phone: (215) 825-7030 akitchenphilly.com Neighborhood: Center City

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@akitchenphilly a. kitchen, at AKA Rittenhouse Square, which recently received a glowing Three Bell review from the Philadelphia Inquirer’s restaurant critic, Craig LaBan, features flavorful and unfussy cooking using the best seasonal ingredients; over 200 delicious, terroir driven natural wines; classic, well made cocktails; and choice craft beers.

Offering a full kitchen specializing in Irish cuisine, and 17 beers on draft, we feature a variety of; Irish, Belgium, German and local microbrews. Five large flat screens and our Room 12 lounge offer you a chance to turn a fun night out into a night to always be remembered.

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Fox & Hound

1907 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 751-0707 devilsalleybarandgrill.com Neighborhood: Center City

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1501 Spruce St. Philadelphia PA, 19102 Phone: (215) 732-8610 Neighborhood: Center City

Hours Mon – Wed: 11am - 12am Thurs - Fri: 11am - 2am Sat: 10am - 2am Sun: 10am - 12am

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@finnmccoolsphi

Hours Mon – Sun: 11am - 2am

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Devil’s Alley offers upscale American comfort food paired with the best local beers from the surrounding area. Specializing in American BBQ, Devil’s Alley is known for our daily menu additions, weekend brunch, and daily happy hour specials.

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Most of our offer multiple billiard tables and each of our restaurant locations feature satellite and/or cable coverage of a nearly every sporting event you can think of. But beyond just being a typical sports bar, your local Fox and Hound or Bailey’s is the perfect venue for happy hour, late night drinks, or just hanging out.

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Good Dog Bar

Doobies

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2201 Lombard St. Philadelphia, PA 19146 (215) 546-0316 facebook.com/doobiesbar Neighborhood: Center City

224 S. 15th Street Philadelphia PA, 19102 Phone: (215) 985-9600 www.gooddogbar.com Neighborhood: Center City

Hours Mon – Fri: 2pm - 2am Sat – Sun: 3pm - 2am

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@Doobiesbar

Doobies is a cozy, friendly neighborhood bar w/outdoor seating. We offer a large variety of seasonal craft beers on draft, cask & in bottles. Our kitchen, open until 1 a.m., is vegan/ vegetarian friendly. We have lots of board games, a large screen TV & craft beer sponsored Quizzo each week.

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@gooddogbar

Conveniently located between Rittenhouse Square and the Avenue of the Arts, Good Dog is a cozy alternative to the ultra-trendy, exclusive type of bar/restaurant that has taken over the City of Brotherly Love.

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HOMEBREW: WHERE IT ALL BEGAN Over the years we’ve lost some of our best customers as HomeBrewers Turn ProBrewers…

We’ve been Fermenting Philly’s Beer Renaissance Since 1986

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Join us at The Extreme Homebrew Challenge at Jose Pistola’s on June 4!

Home of George Hummel

Author of The Complete Homebrew Beer Book

Home Sweet Homebrew

2008 Sansom St. Philadelphia PA 19103

215-569-9469 Quality Beer & Wine Making Supplies

Convenient Center City Location or We Ship! Ask About 25th Beginner Package

Stop in and get your signed copy!

Look for our Daily Philly Beer Week Specials at www.phillybeerweek.org

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5 Surprising Tap Lists hese days, a great tap list is the norm at Philly bars. Still, you might be surprised at the draft lineup at these places.

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1. Kildare’s (Manayunk). An Irish chain bar on party-time Main Street with spigots pouring Boulder, Dogfish Head, Corsendonk, Weihenstephaner and Sly Fox. On the first Friday of the month, there’s a fresh firkin on the bar. 2. Fox & Hound (Center City). Your prototypical sports bar … with a beer book that includes Chimay, Lagunitas and lots of locals. 3. Uno Chicago Grill. The old Pizzeria Uno is now a deep-dish destination with two dozen-plus taps, including its own house beer, Big Ern IPA from Weyerbacher.

4. Wrap Shack (Center City). From the outside, it looks like a sandwich shop for office workers. They’re smiling after lunch, thanks to glasses of Victory, Long Trail, Fegley’s Brew Works and more. 5. Tomato Bistro (Manayunk). You’ve known it as a takeout pizza joint for the last 10 years, but now the second floor features a tidy tap lineup.

Victory Beer Hall 1100 Pattison Ave. Philadelphia PA, 19108 Phone: (267) 443-6418 victorybeerhall.com Neighborhood: South Philly Hours Mon – Tues: closed Wed - Fri: 4pm - 2am Sat - Sun: 11am - 2am

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@victorybeerhall

Official Philly Beer Week Venue!

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In partnership with Philadelphia’s Victory Brewing Company, the Victory Beer Hall will be an unrivaled social experience, featuring elongated, beer hall style tables, a stage for live indoor entertainment, and a 2,000 square-foot patio complete with a fire pit and a unique panoramic view of the Philadelphia skyline. The Victory.

WEEK 2012 JUNE 1-10

PHILLY “BEACH” WEEK @ THREE MONKEYS CAFE

Escape the city heat and come drink al fresco in our tropical courtyard

village belle

Dinner Served Nightly / Sunday Brunch/ Outdoor Café 757 South Front Street • Corner of Fitzwater in Queen Village 215.551.2200 | www.thevillagebelle.com Host Your Special Event at Village Belle. Ideal for Showers & Rehearsal Dinners.

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(Monkey Court), sit at the TREE BAR and sip on some of the season’s best summer brews!! Seasonal beer features all week long- while they last!!

village belle

“PINTS FOR PIRATES” WEEKEND

757 S Front St Philadelphia PA, 19147 Phone: (215) 551-2200 thevillagebelle.com Neighborhood: South Philly

Saturday/Sunday June 9th –10th

Treasure Chest (4-beer sampler in a free cooler bag) Steel Drum Band Island Blackboard Food Specials (w/ beer pairings)

Hours Mon – closed Tue - Thurs: 5pm - 10 pm Fri: 5pm - 11 pm • Sat: 11am - 11 pm Sun: 10am -3pm

9645 James Street (Grant & State Rd)

@thevillagebelle village belle is a neighborhood-friendly, Northern Mediterranean inspired restaurant and bar located in the Queen Village section of Philadelphia. The classic bar built in the early 1900’s, boasts antique lighting, and comfortable seating. The dining room compliments old and the new with banquettes encasing two cozy dining areas. cafe seating.

Philadelphia, PA 19114 215.637.MONK Open 7 a.m. DAILY 3monkeyscafe.com LOCATED @ TORRESDALE STATION (A SHORT RAIL-RIDE FROM THE CITY)

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Lucky’s Last Chance

Agiato

4421 Main St Manayunk PA, 19127 Phone: (215) 509-6005 www.luckyslastchance.com Neighborhood: Manayunk

4359 Main St. Philadelphia PA, 19127 Phone: (215) 482-9700 agiatophila.com Neighborhood: Manayunk

Hours Mon : closed Tues-Sat: 5pm - 2am Sun: 12pm - 2am

Hours Mon – Fri: 11am - closed Sat - Sun: 8am - closed

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@ luckysmanayunk

@AgiatoManayunk A European style restaurant inspired by the panino and enotecas found throughout Italy that create a casual atmosphere designed to promote and enrich the spirit of community.

EATS: Home of Manayunk’s most interesting Burgers DRINKS: Over 30 Ever Changing Hand Picked Craft Beers, Vintage inspired cocktails and premium wines by the glass Downstairs eclectic vintage inspired pub features a long bar, with table seating, and large front windows that open out to Main Street.

Cervisia

Old Eagle Tavern

4400 Main St. Philadelphia PA, 19127 Phone: (215) 482-9800 Neighborhood: Manayunk

175 Markle St. Philadelphia, PA 19127 (215) 483-5535 oldeagletavern.com Neighborhood: Manayunk

Hours Mon – Thu: Opening 2012

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@CervisiaPhilly

Cervisia is a two story, 5,000 square foot craft beer bar and restaurant located on Main Street in the heart of Manayunk that will feature 72 taps. Cervisia will also feature Manayunk’s only craft bottle shop. Opening 2012.

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@OldEagleTavern1

The Old Eagle Tavern is the best kept secret in Manayunk. Their eleven rotating drafts and 60 + bottle beer selection, consists of the finest craft & import beers. This charming neighborhood tavern is a refreshing change from the Main Street bars and restaurants.

The Tomato Bistro & The Couch Tomato Cafe’

Kildare’s

102 Rector Street PO Box 55440 philadelphia PA, 19127 Phone: (215) 483-2233 manayunktomato.com Neighborhood: Manayunk

4417 Main St. Philadelphia, PA 19127 (215) 482-7242 kildarespub.com Neighborhood: Manayunk Hours Mon – Sun: 11am - 2am

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@KildaresPubs

@ManayunkTomato

An Authentic Irish Experience! A true Irish Pub with a great beer flair. A place where there is always something going on. 28 taps, growlers, and over 80 bottles with everything available to go. A cornerstone in the Manayunk neighborhood.

Pair one of our eleven constantly rotating craft beers with a gourmet pizza, ranked as the “Best Pizza” by Philadelphia Magazine! Go online to see our exciting beers and beer specials throughout the week. Plus, there’s no other place in town that can offer you FREE on-site valet parking.

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LaTe niGHT WiTH Joe Gun 11:35 PM Mon - THurS. Friday, June 1

11:30 am - 2:00 pm Meet The Brewer Lunch with Weyerbacher *Firkin of Something Special

SaTurday, June 2

10:00 pm - 2:00 am LudaChristmas ii: dJ danophonics revenge

TueSday, June 5

11:30 am Lunch with Founders

Featuring 2011 and 2012 Kbs, Cbs, Blushing Monk and Better half

6:30 pm-10:30 pm

Stillwater Brewing presents SWaPPin’ TaCoS! with Brewer, Brian Stumkie

WedneSday, June 6 We’re happy to make this event a 11:30am tradition. all of our favorite aged Christmas beers including, but Firkin’ Lunch with Left Hand not limited to, Troegs Mad elf, dan. Jolly Pumkin noel, dupont avec 7:00 - 11:00 Les Bons Voeux, Stille nacht other Meet The Friedlands! beers to be added. dJ danophonic a celebrat ion of Philadelphia’s spins old school hip hop and First Family of Craft Beer. r&b with a murderous Christmas Brands such as dogfish Head, duvel, Flavor. Sierra nevada, Brooklynn, young’s, Sunday, June 3 and so freakin’ many more, to many Curtis Mayfields Birthday to mention. and a very special live Brunch with the Shelton Bros. performance featuring members of ‘Splintered Sunlight’. This event will 10:30 am - 2:30pm rule, please don’t miss it. a special live musical tribute to More details to follow. Curtis Mayfield with Casey Parker & da’ Badonkafunk. We will be featuring funky and sour beers to go along with a sexy brunch spread. Highlights include the album “CurTiS” and Cantillon draft.

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11:30 am Lunch with Jolly Pumpkin

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11:30 Meet the Brewer Lunch Monday, June 4 with Hill Farmstead 11:30am 8pm Firkin Lunch with yards brewing visit our two locations  Meet the Brewmaster Kris 7:00pm - 10:00pm visit our two locations  visit our two locations  Herteleer of dè dolle Brouwers with hundreds of beers: The extreme Homebrew Challenge visit our two locations  with hundreds of beers: with hundreds of  beers: with Home Sweet Homebrew visit our two locations  eVery TueSday with hundreds of  beers: & dogfishhead. 9pm 10th & beers: Pine St. with hundreds of

This event is hosted and Judged by George Hummel and nancy rigberg of Home Sweet Homebrew, Sam Calgione of dogfishhead, and Joe & Casey from Jose Pistola’s. There will be around 15 homebrewers with some of thier very special and very extreme homebrews. There will be a Buffet as well as an unlimited supply of Homebrew to drink on. Tickets are 15$ in advance and 20$ at the door. This has been a great

event every year. Please Join us.

The Pistola’s Funk sessions 4$ craft beer cans and a buck off anything allagash eVery Sunday Jam with the Cheap Kittens $5 Margarita’s and $15 Margarita Pitchers

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Delilah’s Gentlemen’s Club & Steakhouse

Abbaye

637 N. 3rd St. Philadelphia, PA 19123 (215) 627-6711 theabbaye.net Neighborhood: No. Liberties/Fishtown

100 Spring Garden St. Philadelphia, PA 19123 (215) 625-2800 delilahs.com Neighborhood: No. Liberties/Fishtown

Hours Mon – Sat: 11:30am to 2am Sun: 1pm to 2am

Hours Mon – Fri: 11:30am - 2am Sat - Sun: 10am - 2am

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@TheAbbaye

This Northern Liberties favorite is a warm, casual Belgian-style pub and restaurant serving outstanding beers from around the world along with great local and national microbrews. The Abbaye features an eclectic menu, offering classic bistro and pub fare made with seasonal ingredients from local growers and suppliers. Happy Hour is 4-6 p.m.

Delilah’s is Philadelphia’s landmark Gentleman’s Club and Steakhouse. This nationally acclaimed Gentlemen’s Club was voted America’s No. 1 Gentlemen’s Club, Best Place for a Bachelor Party and has earned an “excellent” rating from the Zagat survey. Delilah’s earns its reputation with an outstanding menu, a luxurious atmosphere, world-class wines and spirits, premium cigars and The World’s Most Beautiful Showgirls.

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Bar Ferdinand

El Camino Real

1030 N. 2nd St. Philadelphia, PA 19123 (215) 923-1313 barferdinand.com Neighborhood: No. Liberties/Fishtown

1040 N. 2nd St. Philadelphia, PA 19123 (215) 925-1110 Neighborhood: No. Liberties/Fishtown

Hours Mon – Thu: 4:30pm - 12am Fri – Sat: 4:30pm - 1:30am Sun: 11am - 12am

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@BarFerdinand

Bar Ferdinand came about as a part of the natural evolution of Owen Kamihira’s career as a restaurant designer and consultant. He envisioned an anchor establishment in the Northern Liberties community for neighbors to go for great tapas, wine, and conversation. His love for Spanish culture, combined with the right opportunity and timing, turned Bar Ferdinand from concept to reality.

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Texas BBQ and traditional northern Mexican fare with local craft flavor.

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Frankford hall

Cantina Dos Segundos

1210 Frankford Ave. Philadelphia PA, 19125 Phone: (215) 634-3338 frankfordhall.com Neighborhood: No. Liberties/Fishtown

931 North 2nd Street Philadelphia PA, 19123 Phone: (215) 629-0500 cantinadossegundos.com Neighborhood: No. Liberties/Fishtown

Hours Mon – Thurs: 4pm - 12pm Fri: 4pm - 12pm Sat: 12-12pm • Sun: 12 - 11pm

Hours Mon – Sun: 11am - 2am

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@dossegundos

Northern Liberties’ Cantina Dos Segundos, one of the most neighborly bars in town, serves up creative Mexican fare such as slow-roasted goat and veggie “beef” tacos alongside flights of tequila, fresh fruit margaritas, well selected drafts, and a cooler’s worth of Mexican bottles in a fiesta-like atmosphere.

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@StarrRestaurant

Frankford Hall embodies the spirit of a German biergarten with a modern twist. Set in an industrial structure in Fishtown, the space creates a unique urban experience for those looking to enjoy a cold brew and authentic Bavarian eats. Choose from 9 beers on tap and 10 more in bottles.

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SUNDAY

Rookies of the Year pen a new concept without a serious craft-beer bill? It simply isn’t done in this town. From an Italian gastropub way, way uptown to a sprawling hall in the stadium complex, good beer forms the backbone of the bar for this year’s crop of newsiest new guys.

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1. Interstate Tap House (Fishtown). The owners have transformed a former neighborhood problem bar into a draft beer oasis, complete with an outdoor dining garden. 2. American Sardine Bar (South Philly). Will John Longacre’s transformation of the derelict Wander Inn develop into a neighborhood landmark the way his South Philly Tap Room has in Newbold? The sandwiches and smart service bode well.

Craft Beer and Quality Time

ne of the unexpected benefits of the smoking ban was to open up formerly hazardous restau-bars to a wider range of guests, boosting food sales and exposing even more folks to the beauty of craft beer. Pack up the kids and stick Grandma in the car; we’re going out for dinner.

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3. Victory Beer Hall (South Philly). The award-winning Downingtown brewer pours its own drafts and a rotating cast of crafts at this spankin’ new space in Xfinity Live! at the sports complex, plying fans with beer worth drinking. 4. Barcade (Fishtown). A spin-off of the Brooklyn original, Barcade sports an array of vintage video games and a furiously rotating beer list with a national, rather than local, focus.

3. Crosswalk Cafe (Old City). After a day of trooping the kids to the Betsy Ross House, the Liberty Bell and the Constitution Center, take a load off in this outdoor café smack in the middle of Independence Mall. 4. Bullies Pub (South Philly). For the Flyers fan in all of us, this memorabilia-packed restaurant at Xfinity Live! is the perfect stop before or after the big game. 5. Via Marconi Pizza Pub (Lansdale, Montco). Kids + pizza + parents + beer = brilliant.

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11:30am - 4:00pm • BRUNCH MENU PAIRED WITH VICTORY • LUCKY DJ’S & FRIENDS @ 1:00PM

1:00pm - 4:00pm

5. Alla Spina (North Philly). Sommelier Steve Wildy is procuring funky Italian craft beers for chef/ owner Marc Vetri’s Italian gastropub concept, luring fans with a nose for mortadella hot dogs and doughnut bread pudding to the site of a former car dealership on North Broad Street.

• OUTSIDE BEER GARDEN & GRILL • SAMPLINGS OF BEER FROM LOCAL BREWERS FEATURING: ROUND GUYS, PRISM, EVIL GENIUS, OMMEGANG, BREVOLUTION

5 Brewers You Have to Meet

1:00pm - 4:00pm

1. Menno Olivier, Brouwerij De Molen, Monk’s Café (Center City), June 4. Known for big, dark beer, Olivier’s bringing a keg of smoked imperial porter he brewed with Tom Peters of Monk’s. 2. Bob Cannon, Sam Adams, City Tap House (West Philly), June 5. Yep, the bald dude with the beard you see in all those Boston beer commercials. Bob Cannon, Sam Adams

• FRUIT BEER FLOATS FEATURING FRULI & WILD BLUE, BLACK, & RED

1:00pm - 8:00pm • OUTSIDE BEER-B-QUE WITH VICTORY CLASSIC & RARE BREWS

2:00pm - 6:00pm • BARLEY LEGAL HOME BREW SAMPLING & BITES

1. Iron Hill (multiple locations). A wide-ranging menu (complete with gluten-free options) and a long line of house-brewed taps make the whole household happy. Bonus points for roomy booths and beer-educated staff. 2. Uno Chicago Grill (multiple locations). With draft lists deeper than the dish of their decadent pizzas, this chain’s approach to beer should be emulated nationwide.

A DAYof JUNE 3 CRAFT BEER

All Day • IPA DAY

8:00pM - 10:00PM 3. Shaun Hill, Hill Farmstead, Teresa’s Next Door (Wayne, Delco), June 9. The cult fave from Vermont is bringing Abner, Edward and his other pals. 4. Brian Strumke, Stillwater Artisanal Ales, Devil’s Den (South Philly), June 6. Highly accomplished and responsible for one of the greatest Philly beer names ever, an oatmeal beer created with a Dutch brewer: Holland Oats. 5. Iacopo Lenci, Ask this young, selfstyled “rock star” brewer from Italy’s Birrificio Brùton how he comes up with his wild, hugely flavored beers. (Appearance dates unconfirmed at press time.)

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• QUIZZO WITH JOHNNY GOODTIMES

9:00pm-12:00am $2 OFF ALL CRAFT BEER

All Day & night • CRAFT BUCKETS & SQUARE PIZZA SPECIAL • LIVE ACOUSTIC CLASSIC ROCK

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Opening Tap 2012 ets Tick le a On S ! NOW

Coming At Ya!

The Official Kickoff Festival of: PHILLY BEER WEEK Independence Visitors Center 6th and Market

Opening Ceremonies on Independence Mall More than two dozen breweries VIP PACKAGES • LIVE MUSIC • SURPRISES

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Yards Brewing Company

Standard Tap

901 N. Second St. Philadelphia PA, 19123 (215) 238-0630 standardtap.com Neighborhood: Northern Liberties/Fishtown

901 N. Delaware Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19123 (215) 634-2600 yardsbrewing.com Neighborhood: Northern Liberties/Fishtown

Hours Mon – Fri: 4pm - 2am Sat – Sun: 11am - 2am

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@StandardTap

Standard Tap offers a draft-only beer selection that highlights the vast array of styles crafted by breweries located in PA, NJ & DE. We use only the best available produce, poultry, meats and seafood, much from area farms and local vendors, to create fresh, seasonal dishes.

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Hop Angel Brauhaus

1001 N. Delaware Ave Philadelphia PA, 19125 Phone: (267) 232-2000 www.sugarhousecasino.com Neighborhood: Northern Liberties/ Fishtown

7980 Oxford Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19111 (215) 437-1939 hopangel.com Neighborhood: Northeast Philly Hours Mon – Sun: 11am - 2am

Hours Mon – Thurs: 11am - 12am Fri – Sat: 11am - 1am Sun: 11am - 11pm

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@YardsBrew

Since 1994 Yards has been providing the beer drinking populace of Philadelphia with quality, handcrafted ales. Founded by Tom Kehoe and Jon Bovit, Yards has undergone several expansions and is one of the largest breweries in the area. Yards ESA is one of the beers that helped ignite a craft beer revolution in Philadelphia and remains a sentimental favorite amongst many a beer drinker.

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@hopangelbrau

@WinAtSugarHouse Comfort meets cool at this waterfront eatery. Featuring a menu filled with irresistible dishes, including unique twists on old favorites, The Refinery has something for everyone. Plus you can pair any of our delicious meal choices with a nice, cold microbrew. Open 24/7.

Hop Angel Brauhaus is a German-themed restaurant and beer bar in the Fox Chase neighborhood of Northeast Philadelphia. We are just steps from Rockledge in Montgomery County. 12 rotating draft lines. Lunch, dinner and late night menu. Free parking. - In nice weather, enjoy our beer garden.

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Three Monkeys Café

837 N. 2nd St. Philadelphia, PA 19123 (215) 238-6077 fooderybeer.com Neighborhood: Northern Liberties/ Fishtown WEEK 2010

PHILLY “BEACH” JUNE 4-13 WEEK @ Beers on Tap THREE MONKEYS CAFE

Hours Mon – Thu: 10am - 10pm Fri - Sat: 10am - 12am Sun: 10am - 10pm

9645 James St. Philadelphia, PA 19114 (215) 637-6665 3monkeyscafe.com Neighborhood: Northeast Philly Hours Mon – Sun: 7am - 2am

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Drink@fooderybeer al fresco at our outdoor TREE Get BAR and Courtyard. out of the city heat and escape to our Key-West style courtyard and Tree Bar for “Pints for Pirates” all week long. Sample our array of tropical/summer brews, steel drum band, Celebrating 35 years in Philadelphia, The Foodery offers over 900 imported Daily tastings ofAmerican some ofandthe most interesting brews from our cooler bag samplers, tastings, island blackboard specials, etc. Eat, Drink and Be Monkey! craft beers, available by the single bottle or make your own six pack. We also have deli island friends around the globe. Just a short rail-ride from the city. sandwiches, snacks, and a selection of gourmet chocolates and cheese.

“PI NTS FOR PIRATES” WEEKEND SAT/SUN JUNE 12 th-13 th • TREASURE CHEST

(4-beer sampler in a free cooler bag)

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Monk’s Café a casual, affordable, neighborhood belgian bistro

“Top 5 Places in the World to Drink a Beer” All About Beer Magazine, 2010

“Simply the Best Belgian Café in the US” Michael Jackson, The Beers of Belgium

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4 Hands Brewery w/ Kevin Lemp (St. Louis) Philly Debut of these beers brewed in the shadow of AB

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4-6pm

Funky Buddha Brewery w/ Ryan Sentz (FL) Philly Debut of 4 BerlinerWeisse & Nib Smuggler Choc Porter

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5-7pm

Brouwerij De Molen w/ Menno Olivier (Holland) World Debut of Rook & Leer (Tom & Menno’s Collaboration)

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7pm

Fifty Fifty Beer Dinner w/ Todd Ashman (CA) Todd is bringing a saison & a ton of barrel aged gems

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6/6

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Dogfish Head Lunch w/ Sam Calagione (DE) “Quit your wine-ing” - beers with wine components

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De Dolle Brouwers w/ Kris Herteller (Belgium) meet this iconic Belgian brewer & taste vintage Oerbier

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6/7

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Deschutes w/ Cam OʼConner (Oregon) Cam is bringing a sour, a barrel aged, a “pub only”, and more

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11:30am

JW Lees Wood Aged Casks we’ll be broaching four cask versions of this barleywine

full menu ‘til 1am nightly The Soul of Belgium in The Heart of Philadelphia

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Welcome & thank you Letter from Don russeLL

Executive Director, Philly Beer Week

M I C H A E L P E R S I CO

Opening Tap 2011 (L to R) Mayor Nutter, Brewer Brett Kinzer (Stoudts) and Philly Beer Week Executive Director Don Russell

ive years ago, the whole notion

F of a “beer week” was as unknown as a black IPA. There simply was no such thing. Today, if you plug the term into Google, you’ll get more than 2.4 million results. There’s an entire entry on the subject in the new Oxford Companion to Beer. San Francisco beer writer Jay Brooks, who wrote that entry, has compiled an online list of nearly 100 beer weeks worldwide, from Alabama to Yakima, Wash. They now celebrate beer week in Tokyo, Toronto and Washington, D.C. It all began in Philadelphia ... As the city celebrates its fifth annual beer week, our keepsake guide offers a broad overview of not just the week’s events, but the entire beer scene—from places to take a date, to places you can survive with your kids, on beer crawls, in the outdoors, from South Philly to North Wales. In the spirit of the occasion, we limited our advice to lists of five. But that’s just a starting point, for if Philly Beer Week proves one thing, it’s that there is no end to the variety and scope of this region’s beer culture. Still need inspiration? Here’s my personal list of Top 5 Things to Do During Philly Beer Week: 1

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Share a pint with Mayor Nutter. Raise a glass in memory of beer writer Michael Jackson and Philly Beer Week co-founder Bruce Nichols. We owe them a big debt.

Speaking of which, Philly Beer Week is the product of hard work from many, many people. Here’S a feW WHo PiTcHeD in: Sparks (our web guy), Jennie Hatton & the staff of Profile PR, the staff of Philadelphia Weekly, Ed Kirk, Steven George, Clayre Cardi, Theresa Conroy, Sheila Ballen, Anna Bauer, Jess McGarvey, Farra D’Orazio & the staff of Four Seasons, Alethia Calbeck & the staff of the Greater Philadelphia Tourism & Marketing Corp., the staff of Xomo Digital, Peter Heacock, Woody Pase, SEPTA (take public trans!), Chris LaPierre, Carolyn Smalgalski & Philly Beer Geek, Wendy Littlefield & Don Feinberg, Shawn Gormley, Andy Farrell, Roshni Patel & the staff of Independence Visitor Center, Herb Rife, Felicia D’Ambrosio, Mike Strauss, Christine Piven & the office of Mayor Nutter, Andy Calimano and Matt Satten.

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Have a beer I’ve never tasted at a bar I’ve never visited before. Enjoy a homebrew.

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PBW BoarD of DirecTorS: Tom Peters Co-Chairman - Monk’s Cafe William Reed Co-Chairman - Standard Tap Tom Buonanno Secretary - Muller Beverage Ronald Davis Treasurer - Davis CPA Group Casey Parker Jose Pistola’s Ed Friedland Origlio Beverage Gene Muller Flying Fish Brewery Mark Edelson Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant Mike Scotese The Grey Lodge Erin Wallace Devil’s Den John DeRenzi Penn Distributors Jim Kirk Kite & Key Tom Kehoe Yards Brewing - Bottoms up!

PHilly Beer Week STaff Writing Felicia D’ Ambrosio & Don Russell Editing Don Russell Ideas Jennie Hatton Photography Mike Persico Web Guy Sparks

PHilaDelPHia Weekly conTriBuTorS Editor Stephen H. Segal Senior Editor Nina Hoffmann Managing Editor Anastasia Barbalios Music + Food Editor Brian McManus Art Director Drew Phillips Advertising Director Amy Stoller (ext. 144) astoller@philadelphiaweekly.com Retail Account Executives Deidre Simms (ext. 163) Peter J. Eisenmann (ext. 147) Monica Kanninen (ext. 145) David Muir (ext. 118) Marketing Coordinator Nicole Leyrer (ext. 116) Distribution Manager Philip E. Metz (ext. 148) Office Administrator Danielle Mitchell revieW PuBliSHing Chairman & CEO Anthony A. Clifton Chief Operating Officer John Gallo Vice President James Stokes Help Desk Jeanne Terne Controller Ginger Monte

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Don Russell

Executive Director, Philly Beer Week

Webmaster Lindsey Bell Production Manager Eddy Dubell Senior Graphic Designer Doug Wipf Graphic Designers LeTera Haynes, Dionna Gary

Growler Refill

Credit Cards Accepted

Free Parking

Outdoor Seating

Handicap Accessible

Family Friendly

Smoking

T.V.

Late Night Menu

Food Delivery

Pool Table

Darts

Quizzo

Other Bar Games

Live Music

Juke Box

Take-Out Beer

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Get my photo with the Hammer of Glory.

None of this would happen without the incredible blood, sweat and tears from the region’s brewers, wholesalers, bar owners, waitstaffs (tip your bartender!) and your friendly beer delivery person. And, finally, the Philly Beer Week board of directors. We meet at 10:30 a.m. on the second Tuesday of every month at Yards Brewing. Our meetings are open to the public – you’re invited to attend and share your great ideas for 2013!

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10 Events You Can’t Miss in Center City 1. 3rd Annual Pints and Pinups BBQ, Varga Bar, June 2. An afternoon block party with hot dogs and hot pinups vying for the bar’s classy Varga Calendar Girl search. 2. A Taste of Vermont, Westbury Bar & Restaurant, June 2. Wolaver’s and Long Trail are on tap, and the brewer from Otter Creek is in the room. 3. Session BeerFest, Perch Pub, June 3. Enjoy easy-drinking, low-ABV favorites, including the new Old Forge/ Perch Pub collaborative pale ale. 4. Sly Fox Stout Floats, McGillin’s Old Ale House, June 5. Meet brewer Brian O’Reilly, whose namesake Irish stout is the good stuff in the bar’s specialty ice-cream floats. 5. That Totally Unnecessary Drink, Fergie’s, June 10. Wrap up the week with one last pint and music and specials from Sly Fox and Allagash.

6. Iron Hill Dinner, Good Dog Bar, June 3. Five brewers from the regional brewpub chain bring five beers to pair with five courses. 7. Late Night with Joe Gunn, Jose Pistola’s, June 4-7. Once he has the mic, owner Joe Gunn can’t stop shooting off his mouth. Offbeat fun with a true Philly character. 8. The Extreme Homebrew Challenge, Jose Pistola’s, June 4. Presented by Home Sweet Homebrew and Dogfish Head, it’s a hard-fought competition of extreme-flavored homebrews. 9. Sam & Sean Happy Hour Jawn, Nodding Head Brewery, June 5. Dogfish Head’s Sam Calagione and Homebrew Chef Sean Paxton pair up for an unforgettable happy-hour bash. 10. Meed Kris Herteleer of De Dolle Brouwers, Monk’s Café, June 7. At press time, owner Tom Peters said he was uncertain what beers the Mad Brewer would be bringing along, but noted he’s sitting on a stash of vintage Oerbier Reserve.

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Via Marconi Sports bar and restaurant

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Beer in a grocery store? YOU BET.

OUR PUB BOASTS EIGHT TAPS ROTATING WITH LOCAL BEERS, OVER 300 BOTTLES & A WINE BAR

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243 S. Camac Street, Philadelphia 215-545-1102 www.terrapa.com

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SOUTHPHILLY 5 Events You Can’t Miss in South Philly 1. International Great Beer Expo, Philadelphia Navy Yard, June 1. Fifty-plus breweries with 100-plus beers under a big-top tent.

4. Horse Shoe Tourney, Bella Vista Beer Distributors, June 4-8. Local brewers in the horse shoe pits bring lots of free beer.

2. Kick the Locals, 2nd Street Brew House, June 2. Do not, repeat, DO NOT kick the guys hanging out on Two Street. Instead, go inside the bar and drain the kegs of local brews in this afternoon competition.

5. Shelton Brothers Beer & Cheese, Devil’s Den, June 9. The gourmet beer importer will bring along a sampling of its meticulous portfolio for a pairing with Di Bruno Bros. cheeses.

3. Craft Beer Day, East Passyunk Avenue, June 3. Crawl at your own pace to 10 different beer-themed events.

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Tavern on camac

• A pub with a birds-eye view.

Perch Pub • Rotating drafts featuring

243 S. Camac St. Philadelphia PA, 19107 Phone: (215) 545-0900 tavernoncamac.com Neighborhood: Center City

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micro- breweries within 151 miles Philadelphia, PA 19107 of the 546-4090 Pub. (215) perchpub.com • Extensive bottle and can list from Neighborhood: around the world.Center City

Altitude No Attitude

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1345 Locust Street Tap 12 Beers Philadelphia, PAon19107 215-546-4090 Creative PubArts. FareFeaturing a broad, local Enjoy awww.perchpub.com brew with a view overlooking the• Avenue of the selection of award-winning drafts, an extensive bottle and can list from around the world and creative pub fare with a flair. A prominent selection of bourbons, whiskeys, Scotches and house-infused cocktails. All with “Altitude, No Attitude.”

Three great venues (three Floors)in one location! terra Restaurant and Bar: Dinner every night from 5pm. American cuisine served from Chef Eric Paraskevas. Piano Bar: Live every night from 7pm. Dance Bar: Every Night from 9pm. Great bottled beer selection. Always Entertainment, NEVER a cover and Always a good time!

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The Bards 2013 Walnut Street Philadelphia PA, 19103 Phone: (215) 569-9585 www.bardsirishbar.com/index.php Neighborhood: Center City

480 S. Broad Street Philadelphia PA, 19146 Phone: (215) 985-0420 philadelphiatheatrecompany.org/ Neighborhood: Center City

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@BardsPhilly

Established in 1995, The Bards Irish Pub is a place where the locals can gather for good times and lean on each other in bad times. Lifelong friends are made here. The menu features traditional dishes such as fish and chips, Irish stew, Shepherds pie and bangers and mash.

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Smokin’ Betty’s

The Boilermaker

116 S. 11th St. Philadelphia, PA 19107 (215) 922-6500 smokinbettys.com Neighborhood: Center City

216 S. 11th St. Philadelphia PA, 19107 Phone: (215) 922-3427 www.theboilermakerbar.com Neighborhood: Center City

Hours Mon – Tues: 11am - 10pm Sat: 10am - 12am Wed – Thu: 11am - 11pm Sun: 10am - 10pm Fri: 11am - 12am

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Smokin’ Betty’s offers upscale American comfort food paired with 16 rotating craft drafts, daily menu additions, weekly happy hour, and weekend brunch. Join us during Beer Week for the 2nd Annual Beer Cocktail Competition & 2nd Annual BBQ:Broad, Brews, & Queens co-hosted with the ladies of Dock Street Brewery. Don’t miss our 3 Course Beer Dinner artfully prepared by chef Artt Ward offered Fridays & Saturdays during Beer Week. Call for information and tickets.

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@boilermaker_bar

The Boilermaker is a two story candlelit bar with an eclectic medieval ambiance and a live blues music program. We specialize in a beer and shot, commonly known as a “boilermaker.” We utilize 40 taps of exceptional American Craft beer to design special pairings of spirit and beer.

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winner goes home with more than $2,000 in beer prizes. 4. Belgium Comes From Manayunk, Grey Lodge Pub (Mayfair), June 8. Manayunk Brewpub sends its Belgian-influenced styles up Roosevelt Boulevard to Northeast Philly. 5. Manayunk Summer Classic, Main and Levering streets, June 9. A day-long fest (two sessions) pairing outstanding beers and food from local restaurants.

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Baby Blues BBQ

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Drink Like a Monk ive of Belgium’s six commercially brewing Trappist monasteries have made their beer available to the Philadelphia market, so there’s no excuse for remaining ignorant of this classic canon. Pro tip: Don’t pester your bartender for Westvleteren; if there’s any hidden in the basement, it’s under lock and key.

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3402 Sansom St. Philadelphia PA, 19104 Phone: (215) 222-4444 babybluesbbq.com Neighborhood: West Philly

3. The Belgian Café (Fairmount). Brouwerij der Sint-Benedictusabdij de Achelse Kluis is a bit of a mouthful, especially when a glass deep on what we’ll call Achel Extra: a delicious bigbottle staple at the Belgian Café. 4. Bridgid’s (Fairmount). Chimay of Scourmont Abbey is the grand dame of the Trappist world, just as Bridgid’s is the original queen of Philly’s Belgian beer scene.

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5. Theresa’s Next Door (Delaware County). Does bottle-fermented beer taste different out of a 11.2- vs. 25.4-oz. bottle? Theresa’s lets you choose your own adventure with Westmalle dubbel and tripel in multiple formats; pair with moules frites for an immersive Belgian café experience.

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New Deck Tavern

3925 Walnut St. The Radian Balcony Philadelphia, PA 19104 (215) 662-0105 citytaphouse.com Neighborhood: West Philly

3408 Sansom St. Philadelphia, PA 19104 (215) 386-4600 newdecktavern.com Neighborhood: West Philly Hours Mon – Sun: 11am - 2am

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The New Deck is located in the heart of University City. The kitchen serves up generous portions everyday from 11am-1am. Happy hour is the best around. Known for the friendliness and comfortable Irish pub style atmosphere, you can’t go wrong choosing the Deck.

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City Tap House, in West Philly, is Philadelphia’s largest craft beer-centric bar and restaurant with 60 taps, housing over 50 domestic and import crafts styles. Beers rotate often, with focus on seasonality. The food is New American elevated pub fare -- accessible and familiar, beer-friendly, prepared with integrity.

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3420 Sansom St. Philadelphia PA, 19104 Phone: (215) 386-9224 whitedog.com Neighborhood: West Philly

3401 Walnut Street Philadelphia PA, 19104 Phone: (215) 382-2221 madmex.com Neighborhood: West Philly

Hours Mon – Fri: 11:30am - 12am Sat: 10:30am - 12:00am Sun: 10:30am - 9:00pm

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Mad Mex is located in the middle of University City. We offer up fresh Cali Mex food from 11:30am-1:00am. Happy Hour (4:30pm-6:30pm M-F) offers the best value in the area, with half off drafts, wings and special prices on our margaritas! Join us for a funky, fresh time!

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Home Sweet Homebrew

Mo nkÕ s CafŽ

2008 Sansom St. Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 569-9469 homesweethomebrew.com Neighborhood: Center City Hours Mon: Closed Tue: 11am - 6pm Wed: 11am - 7pm

Quality Beer & Wine Making Supplies

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Fermenting Philly’s Brewing Renaissance Since 1986. Home to George Hummel, author of “The Complete Homebrew Beer Book,” award-winning homebrewer and Mid-Atlantic Brewing News columnist. He collaborated with Nodding Head on their GABF Gold George’s Fault. Conveniently located off Rittenhouse Square near many of Philly’s great beer bars.

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Named “Top Five Places in the World to Have A Beer.” Dozens of “Best of Philly,” “Philly’s Best,” etc. awards for both our food and our beer selection. But it’s not the awards we love, it’s our guests. We love you guys! C’mon in for great beer and amazing food.

Moriarty’s 1116 Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19107 (215) 627-7676 moriartyspub.com Neighborhood: Center City

263 S. 15th St. Philadelphia, PA 19102 (215) 545-4101 josepistolas.com Neighborhood: Center City

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Imagine Aztec goddess of alcohol, Mayahuel, and the Greek god of revelry, Dionysus, reproducing. Now picture that baby frolicking through hills filled with beautiful women, margarita streams, and trees whose fruit are the world’s greatest nachos. The Phillies make the playoffs every year of his life. This is Jose Pistola’s.

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Moriarty’s Restaurant fuses the warmth and friendliness of a traditional Irish pub with a diverse and delicious menu that celebrates the flavors of Philly. We have three great floors with a selection of 30 drafts and the best wings in Philly.

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Misconduct Tavern

1311 Sansom St Philadelphia PA, 19107 Phone: opaphiladelphia.com Neighborhood: Center City

1511 Locust St. Philadelphia, PA 19102 (215) 732-5797 Neighborhood: Center City Hours Mon – Sun: 11:30am - 2am

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@ opaphiladelphia Neighborhood sports bar with fresh food, outside seating, 70 plus bottle list and 11 TV’s for all sporting events. Daily rotation of taps featuring American and local craft beer.

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Craft beers and Modern Greek taverna style food are enjoyed at the bar. The Happy Hour is on of the best offers in the city. Large TV, game time specials, late night live music and local DJs. Look for our Drury Street Beer Garden opening during Beer Week.

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In this beer week version of the classic game show, contestants vie for a chance to win a dream date. To nominate your friend to be a bachelor/bachelorette or for more info visit our website or phillybeerweek.org. Tickets to The Dating Game and reasons to be pretty are available online, by phone, or in person.

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HOLY CRAP! 40 TAPS! In conjunction with Philadelphia Theatre Company’s production of Neil LaBute’s reasons to be pretty.

Events with...

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Oskar Blues

Yards

Fegley’s

4 Hands

Victory

Neshaminy Creek

Troegs

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Uncles

The Dandelion 124 South 18th Street Philadelphia PA, 19103 Phone: (215) 558-2500 www.thedandelionpub.com Neighborhood: Center City

1220 Locust St. Philadelphia PA, 19107 Phone: (215) 546-6660 Neighborhood: Center City unclesbar.com

Hours Mon – Sun: 11:30am - 2am

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London’s culinary revolution comes to Philadelphia with this great gastropub in Rittenhouse Square. Cozy rooms and intimate bars create a storied, Old World aura, while updated seasonal takes on British food make up the menu. In keeping with tradition, our cask and tap craft beers are always rotating.

Hours Mon – Sun: 11am - 2am

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Neighborhood bar and gathering place for drinking locals. 8 New Taps, rotating to feature mostly local and a few international brews. Renovation this Summer will bring bar food and windows the length of Camac Street.

Varalli Restaurant

The Farmers’ Cabinet

231 S. Broad Street Philadelphia PA, 19107 Phone: (215) 546-6800 varalliusa.com Neighborhood: Center City

1113 Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19103 (215) 923-1113 thefarmerscabinet.com Neighborhood: Center City

Hours Mon – Wed: 4:30pm - 10:00 pm Thur: 4:30 - 10:30 pm • Fri - Sat: 4:30pm - 11:30 pm Sun: 4:00-9:00 pm

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@VaralliTable The Farmers’ Cabinet is a Victorian era saloon and restaurant combining delectable dishes, forward thinking cocktails, an extensive selection of European craft beers, and beer from our very own “Cabinet Artisanal Brewhouse.”

Enjoy 8 rotating Craft Drafts and a full bar. The cuisine is gourmet Italian and Seafood with many Mediterranean twists. Private spaces available for events. In addition to our regular menu we offer a $45 5-course Tasting Menu.

The Foodery

Varga Bar

324 S. 10th St. Philadelphia, PA 19107 (215) 928-1111 fooderybeer.com Neighborhood: Center City

941 Spruce St. Philadelphia, PA 19107 (215) 627-5200 vargabar.com Neighborhood: Center City

Hours Mon – Sun: 9am - 12am

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@vargabar Celebrating 35 years in Philadelphia, The Foodery offers over 900 American and imported craft beers, available by the single bottle or make your own six pack. We also have deli sandwiches, snacks, and a selection of gourmet chocolates and cheese.

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All American craft beer and upscale comfort food in a casual pin up themed bar and restaurant. We have a lot of outdoor seating to enjoy the weather during Philly Beer Week as well. Take out beer/food, growler fills available

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North 3rd 801 N. 3rd St. Philadelphia PA, 19123 Phone: (215) 413-3666 www.norththird.com Neighborhood: Northern Liberties/ Fishtown

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@gunnersrun Gunners Run is open every day from 3:30 PM til 2:00 AM, serving American food, artisan beers, hand-picked wines and other drinks. On Saturdays and Sundays, brunch is served from 11:00 AM til 3:30 PM. In warmer weather, enjoy the Piazza’s events — from ball games on the big screen, to flea markets, to concerts — from our outdoor courtyard, complete with BBQ grill.

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~ N. 3rd is a neighborhood gastropub located in Philadelphia’s Northern Liberties section. Noted“UP for its quirky eclectic decor, N. 3rd offers New American cuisine, a comprehensive THISand END” list of beers & an impressive wine list. Brunch and dinner are available in our cozy restaurant or at our WED. European-style sidewalk cafe. 11/27 CHRIS TUCKER ~

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Rebel Rock Bar & Bites 100 Spring Garden St. Philadelphia PA, 19123 Phone: (215) 925-1606 rebelphiladelphia.com Neighborhood: Northern Liberties/Fishtown Hours Mon – Fri: 4pm - 2am Sat – Sun: 1pm - 2am

@rebelrockbar

This laid back ,fun and non pretentious craft beer bar in the heart of Fishtown offers some of the best American craft beers and awesome southern/southwest pub grub. The atmosphere has a warm , classic feel to it , complete with chili pepper lights , interstate signs and cow skulls.

Rebel, home to Philadelphia’s only fixed tap tables, is all about providing the best rock music Philly has to offer in a relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy some spectacular food from our extensive menu including sharables, burgers, wings, sandwiches and daily blackboard specials.

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Johnny Brenda’s

435 Spring Garden St. Philadelphia, PA 19147 (215) 592-8838 silkcityphilly.com Neighborhood: Northern Liberties/Fishtown

1201 Frankford Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19125 (215) 739-9684 johnnybrendas.com Neighborhood: Northern Liberties/Fishtown

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Johnny Brenda’s is a bar, restaurant and live music venue. We serve all-draft, high-quality beer from local brewers and an eclectic menu using fresh ingredients supplied from area farmers. We’ve got an even dozen taps and two handpumps serving cask-conditioned ales. Kitchen open everyday from 11 a.m. until 1 a.m.

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Silk City is a one of kind dining, dancing and drinking establishment in Philadelphia’s Northern Liberties section. Brunch and Dinner are available in our classic diner car or our awesome, award winning beer garden. Rotating taps and beer week specials will be running the duration of beer week and beyond.

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Chimay 1305 W. Oltorf St, Suite 100 Austin TX, 78704 Phone: (800) 616-3474 www.chimay.com

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The Westbury Varga Bar Mac’s Tavern Frankford Hall Lucky’s Last Chance & Kildare’s Irish Pub Race Street Cafe Fishtown Beer Festival

Since 1862, the Trappist monks at Scourmont Abbey, in the small town of Chimay, Belgium, have brewed hand-crafted Trappist ales. This year marks the brewery’s 150th anniversary, and with three exceptional beers to choose from, we ask that you raise a toast to this momentous occasion. Santé!

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Weyerbacher Brewing

905-G Line St. Easton, PA 18042 (610) 999-2199 weyerbacher.com Neighborhood: Center City

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Sat: 12pm - 3pm Sun: 11am - 1am

@weyerbacher Weyerbacher is a an outstanding local brewery known for producing full-flavored beers. We strive to craft a wide range of unique beers that are made with exceptional quality. Our top styles are Merry Monks’ Ale (Belgian-style Tripel), Blithering Idiot (Barleywine), Double Simcoe IPA (Double IPA) and our Imperial Pumpkin Ale.

Pinocchio’s Beer Garden To Go 131 E Baltimore Ave. Media PA, 19063 Phone: (610) 566-7767 pinbeer.com Neighborhood: Delaware County

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Hours Mon – Thurs: 11am - 11pm Fri – Sat: 11am - 12am Sun: 11am - 10pm

@pinbeer We are a full service beer destination! Our 850+ bottles are from all over the world, including a HUGE Belgian selection, but our focus is on American craft. Our staff is knowledgeable and our food is great! Who said Philly Beer Week had to stay in Philly?

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Thurs, May 31st - Maudite Midnight Madness Fri, June 1st - Bella Vista Beer Bash Sat, June 2nd - Shawnee Craft Brewing Sun, June 3rd - Coronado Brewing Co Mon, June 4th - Arcadia Brewing Co Tues, June 5th - Ommegang Wed, June 6th - Stillwater Artisanal Ales Thurs, June 7th - Weyerbacher Night Fri. June 8th - Uncommon Brewers

1148 So. 11th St. Philadelphia, PA

Sat, June 9th - Shelton Brothers Imports

215.339.0855

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(corner of 11th & Ellsworth)

Sun, June 10th - Saison-athon Brunch

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Sat, June 2nd - Arcadia Brewing Co Sun, June 3rd - Bike Race Party with Yards Wed, June 4th - PA beers & cheeses with Stockertown Thurs, June 5th - Breckenridge Brewery Fri, June 6th - Weyerbacher Night Sun, June 10th - Lancaster Brewing Beer Brunch 175-177 Markle Street, Manayunk, PA 19127 // 215.483.5535 www.oldeagletavern.com // Facebook.com/OldEagleTavern philadelphiaweekly.com

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Starting at 9pm: Upstairs- Yards presents

The Hammer of Glory visits Johnny Brenda’s with special Dogfish Head beers on draft

Saturday 6/2 Starting at 11am: All Day & Night Downstairs It’s A Firkin Riot! with loads of cask ales, fish ‘n’ chips, meat pies, and DJs spinning UK music

Thursday 6/7 Starting at 4pm:

Grilling With Victory Featuring sausages from Birchrun

1311 Sansom Street Philadelphia, PA 19107 215.545.0170

Hills Farm and a special draft lineup from Victory

West Philly Orchestra with a special tap lineup from Yards upstairs and downstairs

Saturday 6/9 12pm-8pm:

Fishtown FestivALE Johnny Brenda’s and Frankford Hall are teaming up to bring you an outdoor beer party with DJs, dunk tank, and more! starting at 8pm Upstairs-Victory presents

Blood Feathers A special Victory firkin will be tapped downstairs at 7:30pm, then head upstairs for the show with plenty of Victory on tap!

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Standard Tap “One of Philly’s most exciting and relevant reservations.”

901 n. second st. philadelphia, pa 19123

We’ll return with many of our favorite events:

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Private Dining Catering Special Events Restaurant & Bar

More fun & games with Philadelphia Brewing Company!!! and Sour Beer Brunch For a complete list check our Facebook page, www.phillybeerweek.org or PBW’s mobile app www.standardtap.com

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2nd Street Brew House

Brew 1900 S. 15th St. Philadelphia, PA 19145 (215) 339-5177 Neighborhood: South Philly

1700 S. 2nd St. Philadelphia, PA 19148 (267) 687-7964 2ndstreetbrewhouse.com Neighborhood: South Philly

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Hours Mon – Fri: 12pm - 2am Sat - Sun: 12pm - 2am

@NewboldBrew

@2streetbrew What can we say? We love good beer. In fact, we are all about the beer, providing an evergrowing selection of bottles and cans and 12 diverse rotating taps. The atmosphere is very laid back and cozy. We also offer a full menu and weekly entertainment.

Brew is a lovely craft beer bottle shop located in the heart of South Philly, brought to you by the same folks who created South Philadelphia Tap Room. Stop by for a wide selection of over 600 rotating craft bottles and cans.

Bullies Pub

American Sardine

1100 Pattison Ave. Philadelphia PA, 19108 Phone: (267) 443-6417 broadstreetbulliespub.com Neighborhood: South Philly

1800 Federal St. Philadelphia PA, 19146 Phone: (215) 334-2337 americansardinebar.com Neighborhood: South Philly

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Welcome to Point Breeze! Visit us to enjoy our sandwich-driven menu, rotating selection of regional craft draughts and crazy selection of craft cans.

@bulliespub

A timeless neighborhood pub featuring authentic memorabilia from the legendary Broad Street Bullies team of the 1970’s. Classic tavern meets gastro pub, Broad Street Bullies Pub specializes in gourmet burgers and classic pub fare as well as an expansive variety of beer including 48 drafts on tap.

Bella Vista Specialty Beer Wholesalers

Di Bruno Bros.

1730 Chestnut St Philadelphia PA, 19103 Phone: (215) 665-9220 dibruno.com Neighborhood: South Philly

755 S. 11th St. Philadelphia, PA 19147 (215) 627-6465 bellavistabeverage.com Neighborhood: South Philly Hours Mon – Thu: 9am - 9pm Fri – Sat: 9am - 10pm Sun: 12pm - 5pm

Hours Mon – Fri: 7am - 8:30pm Sat: 7am - 8pm Sat: 7am - 7pm

@DiBrunoBros

@bvbeer Say the word “beer,” people think of Bella Vista Beer Distributors for a few reasons: Our wholesale beer portfolio is outright worth drooling over. As a retailer, our selection is bar none the best in the world. When brewers come to Philly, they come to Bella Vista. Come Beer Week, you’ll know why.

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We are a gourmet food market with open, available space on our 2nd floor cafe. We host beer and or wine events that we pair with our incredible selection of cheeses, charcuterie and homemade foods.

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5 Events You Can’t Miss in the Suburbs 1. Jersey Love, Uno Chicago Grill (Hamilton, N.J.), June 1. Of course South Jersey is part of Philly, and here’s a chance to share some of our love: A daylong tap lineup featuring the Garden State’s finest, including Flying Fish, River Horse, Kane, Boak’s and Cricket Hill. 2. Russian River Fest, Via Marconi (Lansdale, Montco), June 1. This shopping center pizza pub has been saving up kegs from the California brewery. Expect some major flavors.

4. Ride the Rails, Boxcar Brewing (West Chester), June 2. A nostalgic ride on the private West Chester Railroad in vintage cars, with a beer picnic at the Glen Mills station. 5. Sour Power Brewing Class, Keystone Homebrew Supply (Montgomeryville), June 3. Step up your mad homebrew skills with one of the region’s most accomplished do-ityourselfers, Aaron Fornier. He’ll teach you the mysteries of Brettanomyces and share plenty of samples.

3. Main Line Jazz and Food Fest, Teresa’s Café & Next Door Bar (Wayne), June 2. A huge street fair with a Tröegs beer oasis.

SEPTA FACTS: DID YOU KNOW? More than 70 percent of Center City workers commute by public transit. philadelphiaweekly.com

+ BAR LISTINGS Appalachian Brewing Company 2 Boxcar Brewing Company 3 Cantina Feliz 4 Capone’s 5 Exton Beverage Co. 6 Fegley’s Brew Works 7 Flying Fish Brewing Co. 8 Free Will Brewing 9 Haddon Township 10 Hulmeville Inn 11 Iron Abbey 12 Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant (9 loc.) 13 Isaac Newton’s Restaurant 14 Keystone Homebrew Supply Inc. 15 Lancaster Brewing Company 1

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PJ Whelihan’s Blue Bell Prism Brewing Co. 18 River Horse Brewing Company 19 Round Guys Brewing Company 20 Sly Fox Brewing Co. 21 Stoudt’s Brewing Co. 22 The Drafting Room Taproom & Grille 23 Tony’s Place Bar & Grille 24 Uno Chicago Grill Exton 25 Uno Chicago Grill Bensalem 26 Uno Chicago Grill Langhorne 27 Uno Chicago Grill Warrington 28 Uno Chicago Grill North Wales 16 17

Uno Chicago Grill Deptford 30 Uno Chicago Grill Hamilton 31 Uno Chicago Grill Maple Shade 32 Via Marconi Pizza Pub 33 Victory Brewing Company 34 Whole Foods Market Plymouth Meeting 35 Whole Foods Market Devon

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Extensive Beer Menu featuring over 130 beers and over 20 beers on tap Award Winning Dinner Menu

Join us for Philly Beer Week with special menus June 1st - June 10th

Voted 7th Best Irish Pub in the World Full Menu Served Until Midnight View our Beer Selection Here 4417 Main Street Manayunk, PA 215-482-7242 kildarespub.com BEER TO GO & GROWLERS NOW AVAILABLE

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Lavery Brewing , Voodoo Brewery Round Guys Brewing Old Forge Brewing, Neshaminy Creek Brewing, Cigar City Brewing, Funky Buddha Brewing, Arcadia Brewing, Boulder Beer, Stillwater Artisanal, Evil Twin Brewing, Twelve Percent Imports, Saint Killian Imports, Dark Horse Brewing, Ballast Point Brewing, Half Acre Beer, Saint Killian Imports, Ballast Point Brewing, Half Acre Beer, Maine Beer, 4 Hands Brewing, 50/50 Brewing, Coronado Brewing, Uncommon Brewers, Shelton Imports, St. Somewhere Brewing

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REBEL ROCKS PBR!!!! Friday, June 8th 5pm - Midnight

Live Entertainment begins at 8PM For more information or to reserve your customizable tap table, contact Rebel at 215.925.1606

The Gentlemen’s Club & Steakhouse

100 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 215.625.2800

Free Parking Full Menu/Late Night Dining www.delilahs.com

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100 Spring Garden Street 215-925-1606 free parking

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PBR Bar and Grill

Stateside

1100 Pattison Ave. Philadelphia PA, 19148 Phone: (215) 253-8184 pbrphilly.com Neighborhood: South Philly

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1536 East Passyunk Ave. Philadelphia PA, 19147 Phone: Neighborhood: South Philly

Hours Mon – Wed: Closed (Except large event days) Thurs – Sat: 4pm - 2am Sun: Closed (Except large event days)

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Country cool meets urban chic in the most stunning western themed venue to be unleashed to Philadelphia. Authentic Tex-Mex cuisine served during the day turing into and a country & southern rock party at night as wild at the mechanical bull.

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Hours Mon – Thurs: 5pm - 11pm Fri – Sat: 5pm - 12:30am Sun: 5pm-10pm

Beers on Tap

At the corner of 2nd and Market Street, you’ll find food and drink to give you strength for any revolution. But the odds are, whether you’re stopping by for Sunday brunch, Friday night cocktails or a celebratory dinner, the atmosphere, creative comfort food and welcoming staff will make you want to just settle in and leave the revolution for another day

Royal Tavern

Stogie Joe’s

937 E Passyunk Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19147 (215) 389-6694 royaltavern.com Neighborhood: South Philly

1801 E. Passyunk Ave. Philadelphia PA, 19148 Phone: (215) 463-3030 www.stogiejoestavern@hotmail.com Neighborhood: South Philly

Hours Mon – Fri: 11:30am - 2am Sat - Sun: 10am - 2am

Hours Mon – Sun: 11am - 2am

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@royaltavern Royal Tavern has been redefining the notion of what to expect from your neighborhood “local” since 2002. Alongside a rotating draft list that highlights the finest in local and far flung brews and an extensive bottle list, we offer comfort food standards and daring specials in a laid-back setting.

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Beer Engines

@stogiejoestavern

Casual Restaurant and Bar with award winning pizza, stromboli and meatball sandwiches. Stogie’s has draft beer and a big bottle collection of your favorite craft beers. Stogie’s is a place where you want to be seen....

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The Industry

South Philadelphia Tap Room

1401 E. Moyamensing Ave Philadelphia PA, 19147 Phone: (215) 271-9500 theindustrybar.com Neighborhood: South Philly

1509 Mifflin Street Philadelphia PA, 19145 Phone: (215) 271-7787 website.com Neighborhood: South Philly

Hours Mon – Fri: 4pm - 2am Sat – Sun: 11am - 2am

Hours Mon – Sun: 11am - 2am

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Beer Engine

South Philadelphia’s craft beer dining destination. Enjoy a selection of 14 rotating draughts alongside a unique and delicious gastropub menu.

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Beers on Tap

@theindustrybar

@sptaproom

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Malt House Ltd. Uno Chicago Grill

7101 Emlen Street Philadelphia PA, 19119 Phone: (215) 242-1700 www.malthouseltd.com Neighborhood: Chestnut Hill Mt. Airy/Germantown 4

Neighborhood: 9 convienient locations Hours Mon – Thurs: 11am - 12am Fri – Sat: 11am - 1am Sun: 11am - 11pm

Hours Mon – Fri: Noon - 8pm Sat - Sun: 10am - 4pm

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Malt House Ltd. is a retail store with beer on the brain. We offer a variety of items for beer lovers and beer brewers - barware, home brew supplies, draft equipment, plus t-shirts and other products from your favorite breweries. We also promote beer education through classes and discussions.

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unos.com @unochicagogrill

Uno’s has a huge craft beer selection (draft and bottle) combined with a diverse, recently updated menu including a large, varied Gluten-free menu, with giant flatscreen TVs. Kid friendly. Big Ern’s IPA by Weyerbacher is the house brew and we’re the home of the original Deep Dish Pizza. Bensalem 801 Neshaminy Mall Bensalem, PA 19020 (215) 322-6003

Hamilton 225 Sloan Ave Hamilton, NJ 08609 (609) 890-0864

Newtown Square 3910 W. Chester Pike Newtown Square, PA 19073 (610) 353-8667

Deptford 1162 Hurffville Rd. Deptford, NJ 08096 (856) 853-7003

Langhorne 198 N Buckstown Rd Langhorne, PA 19047 (215) 741-6100

North Wales 1100 Bethlehem Pike North Wales, PA 19454 (215) 283-9760

Exton 8 N. Pottstown Pike Exton, PA 19341 (610) 280-4555

Maple Shade 2803 S. Rt 73 Maple Shade, NJ 08052 (856) 722-5577

Warrington 1661 Easton Rd. Warrington, PA 18976 (215) 491-1212

Saranac Brewery 811 Edward Street Utica NY 13502 Phone: (315) 624-2400 saranac.com Neighborhood: Out of Town

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Hours Mon – Thurs: 12 pm - 6pm Fri – Sat: 10 am - 6 pm Sun: closed

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Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant

Beer is our Craft. More than a slogan, it’s the brewing philosophy that the Matt family has lived by for four generations. It’s an expression of the pride and passion that goes into each and every ounce of our distinctive and drinkable beers. Cheers!

Hours Mon – Sun: 11am - Close

ironhillbrewery.com Neighborhood: 8 Regional Locations

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@IronHillBrewery

At Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, you will find fine, handcrafted beers, creative yet informal cuisine, and friendly, attentive service in a casual, upscale atmosphere. Chestnut Hill (Coming late 2011) 8400 Germantown Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19118 (215) 948-5600

Media 30 E. State St. Media, PA 19063 (610) 627-9000

Phoenixville 130 E. Bridge St. Phoenixville, PA 19460 (610) 983-9333

Lancaster 781 Harrisburg Pike Lancaster, PA 17063 (717) 291-9800

Newark 147 E. Main St. Newark, DE 1971 (302) 266-9000

West Chester 3 W. Gay St. West Chester, PA 19382 (610) 738-9600

Maple Shade 124 E. Kings Highway Maple Shade, NJ 08052 (856) 273-0300

North Wales 1460 Bethlehem Pike North Wales, PA 19454 (267) 708-2000

Wilmington 710 S. Justison St. Wilmington, PA 19801 (302) 472-2739

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