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Transforming Pennsport

Transforming Pennsport

For a number of years now, the Pennsport area of Philadelphia has been deemed an area on the rise, one on the verge of becoming the next hot neighborhood. It’s been home to the Mummers for as long as there ...

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Back to Simpler Times

Back to Simpler Times

There’s something about the 80s and 90s. They were decades that never seem to be forgotten and many of the great characteristics (and some of the not so great) seem to carry on through today. Technology was prevalent but it ...

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Trestle Inn

Trestle Inn

“Never judge a book by its cover.” A life lesson engrained in many of us as children and one that we remain constantly reminded of in everyday adult life. It’s one of those grandiose rules, teaching us to keep an ...

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Baggataway Tavern

Baggataway Tavern

It only takes a few minutes of sitting at the bar before you realize that you’re in the local neighborhood watering hole. Reminiscent of Mt. Airy’s classic McMenamin’s Tavern, you can see why the people of West Conshohocken, PA make ...

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Druid’s Keep

Druid’s Keep

Thanks to the vision of William Reed, the Standard Tap has helped transform the neighborhood of Northern Liberties and 2nd Street in particular, into a craft beer destination. Following suit of the Standard Tap, places such as The Foodery, 700 ...

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Two Stones Pub

Two Stones Pub

Philadelphia is arguably America’s best beer drinking city, with a plethora of fine tap houses to patronize and a seemingly year-round calendar of events culminating with Philly Beer Week. The high demand for craft beer is additionally leading to a ...

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McCloskey’s Tavern

McCloskey’s Tavern

Prior to the inception of Tired Hands Brewery and the announcement of soon becoming home to an Iron Hill location, the town of Ardmore was mostly unknown to those in the craft beer world. Now, after the brewery’s June 2012 ...

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Kite & Key

Kite & Key

Wedged between Center City and Fairmount, in an area sometimes referred to as Franklintown, Kite & Key has been making an impact on the local beer scene since 2008. Serving as both a destination and a neighborhood bar, Kite & ...

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A Taste of Belgium Outside Center City

A Taste of Belgium Outside Center City

When it comes to Belgian beer in the Philadelphia area, Monk’s Café and Eulogy Belgian Tavern are typically the first bars that come to mind. Both have been landmarks in the beer culture and helped anchor the great beer scene ...

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Less Might Just Be More

Less Might Just Be More

It seems to have become a theme in the bar business that more is better. More draft lines. More bottles. More events. More everything. More isn’t a bad thing per se, but sometimes you just want less. You don’t always ...

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