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360° of Beer

360° of Beer

With only a recent resurgence in the craft beer world, a unique can innovation wasn’t something that most expected. After all, cans are still somewhat of a hot new thing in craft beer. However, craft cans aren’t exactly new to ...

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Thank You, Bert!

Thank You, Bert!

During my college years, “beer” was to be avoided at all costs. It was horrible, cold and even worse when warmed up a little. I would have rather had a glass of wine. Bert Grant’s Yakima Brewing Company and Real ...

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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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Finding the Perfect Combination

Finding the Perfect Combination

Bill Hanson and his brother-in-law Tommy Joyner were down the shore, watching the Phillies and drinking Scotch when Joyner got a phone call. The owner of a Center City building was looking for a tenant who would bring life to ...

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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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2013 Best of the Philly Beer Scene Awards

2013 Best of the Philly Beer Scene Awards

And the winners are…

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Tasting Room July 2013

Tasting Room July 2013

July 2013 VENUE: 2312 Garrett  2312 Garrett is a great neighborhood bar located right in the heart of Drexel Hill. With an impressive selection of eleven rotating draft beers and about twenty well-chosen bottles, it’s easy to see why this bar ...

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Meet the Scene: Dave Garry

Meet the Scene: Dave Garry

Meet Dave Garry of Good Dog and Industry Bar, and learn absolutely nothing about him. Interview By Curt Decker, Casey Hughes, Nick Johnson, and Chris LaPierre. *Advisory: Do not take any of this seriously. The interview begins with about 15 ...

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Brews Abroad

Brews Abroad

Most travelers don’t go to Spain for beer, but let’s say you’re planning on spending vacation on a blanket soaking up some Mediterranean rays; you need something cold to pack in your beach bag. When tapas and their lesser-known cousin ...

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A Beginner’s Pairing with Advanced Taste

A Beginner’s Pairing with Advanced Taste

When it comes to beer and cheese, big flavors don’t always need to prevail. It doesn’t take the stinkiest, runniest cheese or the most rare and alcoholic beer to enjoy your night. And many people starting to explore either hobby ...

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