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Watch: This Is How Philly’s Oldest Korean Restaurant Does Sashimi

“K-Town” heads to Seorabol, the original Korean spot in Philadelphia Korean cuisine lends itself well to specialized restaurants that focus on one particular facet, like chimek (crispy fried chicken and beer), bibimbop, or do-it-yourself Korean barbecue. Show More Summary

Weekly Beer Event Calendar Update: March 23 - March 31

Spring thaw is here and the beer events calendar is as hot as ever. What'ya need? Chances are, they've got it for you. Cheers! And as you review the calendar, don't forget Philly Tap Finder. They...

Where to Eat and Drink During Philly Wine Week

There are more than 100 events this year Philly might be better known as a beer city, but the oenophiles aren’t hurting for options. More than 100 wine-themed events are taking place at bars and restaurants all over town for the fourth...Show More Summary

Weekly Beer Event Calendar Update: March 16 - March 22

You won't be seeing any green beer events on here. Just great beer and establishments looking to celebrate it like they do throughout the year. As you review the calendar, don't forget Philly Tap...

Philly Scores Six James Beard Award Nominations

Plus, 2SP Brewing is selling Alternative Facts beer — and other intel — The James Beard Foundation Restaurant and Chef Awards finalists were announced this afternoon, whittling the Philly-area pool of 17 semi-finalists down to six, with no big surprises. Show More Summary

Second District Brewery Brings Tea IPA And Vegan Pork Rinds to South Philly

A beer scene booster shot Fans of interesting brews, listen up — Second District Brewery is here for you, from the former owner of now-defunct Nodding Head brewery, Curt Decker. Speaking earlier in the week, Decker has been clear that...Show More Summary

Conshohocken Bar Guppy’s is Coming to Philly, And Other Intel

Including free boozy cake-based milkshakes — Guppy’s Good Times, the homey Conshohocken bar with a focus on local beer, sushi, and quality burgers, is coming to Philly, and promising boozy Bloody Marys galore. It’ll take up residence at the old La Casa de tu Madre in Bella Vista and keep up the same charitable model (i.e. Show More Summary

Beer And Cider Spot Cinder Stumbles on Bar Food Writes Critic

Also: a mini-review of the mega new Chinatown food hall — Philly Mag critic Jason Sheehan checked out Teddy Sourias’ newest ode to beer from late last year, Cinder in Center City. The bar side of the operation with copious beer and cider on tap earns a nod of approval, but for food, it “stumbles”, writes Sheehan. Show More Summary

Beer Event Calendar: What To Do in January 2017

Based on historical patterns, a bit of a light start here to the January beer events calendar here in the Philly region. No doubt a holiday hangover. Yet still plenty to choose from below and I'm...

Goose Island going global with pubs, brewhouses in 6 countries (and Philly)

For years, Goose Island Beer Co. has traded on its identity as a Chicago brand. The brewery is named for an actual island in the north branch of the Chicago River, and three of its most prominent beers are meant to evoke its hometown: 312 Urban Wheat Ale (area code), Green Line Pale Ale (train...

Weekly Beer Event Calendar Update: December 15 - December 21

Ah, these first world beer drinking problems. So much to be thankful for this holiday season (at least beer-wise!), so use this list and check it twice for places to show your appreciation. Philly...

You're Out! Phillies' Ballpark Nuts Vendor Fired For White Nationalist Views

4 months agoNews : Huffington Post

A popular vendor at the Philadelphia Phillies ballpark has been fired for supporting white nationalism. Emily Youcis, known as the “Pistachio Girl” who sings while hawking nuts and beer to fans at Citizen Bank Park, was axed becauseShow More Summary

An Old South Philly Corner Bar Will Reopen as Otis & Pickle's Speakeasy

The bar's name has a great story behind it After Charlie Collazo, owner of Spring Garden’s craft beer bar The Institute Bar, signed the lease to his new Pennsport bar space, he struggled to come up with a good name. But then, like most great ideas, it hit him "like lightning". Show More Summary

Gay Bars In Philly, D.C. Boycott Yuengling Beer Over Brand’s Trump Support

5 months agoLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

"When people support things that don't support us, then we don't support them."

Brian Sims Calls for Yuengling Beer Boycott in Philly’s Gayborhood Over Brewer’s Trump Support

5 months agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Pennsylvania Rep. Brian Sims has called for a ban on Yuengling beer in Philadelphia’s ‘Gayborhood’ after Richard “Dick” Yuengling Jr., the owner of America’s oldest brewery, endorsed Donald Trump during a campaign… Read The post Brian Sims Calls for Yuengling Beer Boycott in Philly’s Gayborhood Over Brewer’s Trump Support appeared first on Towleroad.

Center City's Harp & Crown is Downright Restaurant Eye Candy

Take a look around Harp & Crown, the new American restaurant and bar by the Schulson Collective, the same team behind other such Philly stunners as Double Knot, Sampan, and Independence Beer Garden. It's vintage luxury by design (courtesy of Rohe Creative) — an elegant mashup between raw and refined, both exposed and elegant, all details considered. Show More Summary

Writing This Ship: Part 12 - Wrapping up PBW, CBC, and WBC. Now? Really? GABF is coming.

[1] Ommegang's BCTC 2016; [2] Jack's Abby Dinner at P2 Lounge; [3] Philly S.E.E.D. Festival; [4] Grey Lodge's 20th Anniversary; [5] Yards & Shake Shack Dinner; [6] Beer Lover's Mid-Atlantic...

Weekly Beer Calendar Update: August 25 - August 31

No doggin' it on the beer events calendar here as we try to kick the dog days of summer outta here. Ready for your next installment of beer events around Philly? Have at it! As you review beer...

Writing This Ship: Part 3 - Philly S.E.E.D. Festival, August 14, 2016 - Vegans can come to the party too

Attend a beer festival or beer pairing dinner lately? If so, you're no doubt familiar with the culinary tendency to pair beer (deservedly so, I might add) with all types of animal-related food items....

Philly Really Doesn't Want You to Make a Pool Out of a Dumpster

Philly likes a good party. Some people drinking beer at a block party there recently had an idea about how to improve the vibe: What if they filled a dumpster—which is usually filled with filthy garbage—with water and used it as a swimming...Show More Summary

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