Advertisement

  1. Want to Write for WGM? Advertise with WGM? Hire a WGM Consultant? or just contact WGM? Complete the form below...

It’s Philly Beer Week at Tria

Philly Beer Week It’s Philly Beer Week at TriaOne of Philly’s Best Wine Bars with some Great Craft Beer Events.

Happy Philly Beer Week, Everyone!  Here’s an update of some cool happenings at Tria over the next ten days.  Check out the Philly Beer Week events lined up at Tria, one Philly’s best wine barts and happy hour destination.  It’s Philly Beer Week Bitches!  Sit back and enjoy the taps…

Friday, June 1

Meet the Brewer: Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø of Evil Twin

After their Ferm School class tonight, Brian Ewing of 12% Imports and Evil Twin brewer Jeppe Jarnit-Bjergsø, visiting from Denmark, will hang out at Tria Rittenhouse starting about 9pm. We’ve got a few of their beers to celebrate, so roam like a gypsy and stop on by.

 

Sunday, June 3

Meet the Brewer: Kevin Lemp from 4 Hands Brewery

Join us for this special Sunday School in which you’ll get a chance to try two beers on tap from a hot new brewery from St. Louis that’s in Philly only for Philly Beer Week. And if you time it right, you’ll get to meet the brewer.

 

tria logo.2 It’s Philly Beer Week at Tria4 Hands Pyrus (St. Louis, MO ∙ 6.0%)

$8/10oz DRAFT   $4½/10oz DRAFT for your first glass

Saison flavored with pear juice, white peppercorn and orange

 

4 Hand Prunus (St. Louis, MO ∙ 6.0%)   $8/10oz DRAFT Saison flavored with sour cherries

 

Where Tria Rittenhouse and Wash West

When Beers tapped at opening (12 noon)

Meet the Brewer Rittenhouse 3-4:30pm, Wash West 5-6:30pm

 

Monday, June 4

Meet the Brewer: Tomme Arthur from Port Brewing Company

Tomme Arthur is truly a rock star of the U.S. craft brewing scene, and he’s a rock star at Tria as well; he arranged for us to pour three of his legendary sour beers on tap at the same time AND he’s going to stop by to chat about them. Quantities are limited and demand is high, so don’t hesitate.

 

The Lost Abbey Red Poppy (San Marcos, CA ∙ 5.5%) Very special, very scarce! Flanders Red Ale brewed with sour cherries, aged in French oak

 

The Lost Abbey Framboise de Amorosa (San Marcos, CA ∙ 7.0%) Pucker up—this ale spends a year in wood and is spiked with three additions of raspberries. Funky!

 

The Lost Abbey Cuvee de Tomme (San Marcos, CA ∙ 11.0%) Huge Belgian strong dark ale with wood aging, cherries, Brettanomyces, the whole nine yards

 

Price $4½/10oz DRAFT – LIMITED QUANTITIES

Where Tria Wash West

When Monday at 3pm

Meet the Brewer 4-5pm

 

Friday, June 8

Meet the Brewer: Kris Herteleer of De Dolle Brouwers

This legendary Belgian craft brewery was founded in 1980 by brothers Kris and Jo Herteleer. Meet Kris next Friday on his first visit to the United States! Stop by Tria Wash West, now open for Friday lunch, between 1-3pm, to give him a warm Tria welcome. Oh, and there’ll be four De Dolle beers! More info in our Monday weekly email.

 

 

Tria Cafe

Rittenhouse Square

123 S. 18th Street

Philadelphia, PA 19103

215.972.8742

 

Washington Square West

1137 Spruce Street

Philadelphia, PA 19107

215.629.9200

 

Tria Wine Room

University City

3131 Walnut Street

Philadelphia, PA 19104

215.222.2422

 

Tria Fermentation School

1601 Walnut Street, Suite 620

Philadelphia, PA 19102

215.972.7076

.

.

.

Technorati Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

It’s Philly Beer Week Bitches: Check Out Philly Tap Finder for the Best Craft Beers in the City!

philly tap finder logo Its Philly Beer Week Bitches: Check Out Philly Tap Finder for the Best Craft Beers in the City! Hello, craft beer lovers.  Everybody is so excited for Philly Beer Week.  But with so many events to chose from, you crave information.  And just knowing that brewery X is taking over the taps at bar Y doesn’t cut it.  You want to know what beers are actually pouring.  Enter PhillyTapFinder.

We work extremely hard, scouring the interwebs and contacting the bars to compile the tap lists for the Philly Beer Week events.  And of course, we want you to have that information so that you can go to that special event that is pouring that super rare beer or an all-time favorite.  The days of going to an event, only to be disappointed by the tap list, are over.

So this is what we’re going to do.  During Philly Beer Week, from June 1-10, we are going to post the tap lists for the current  and following day right here — BOOKMARK THIS PAGE!  We are also going to post lists for particularly appealing future events.  To make this service even more valuable, we have included the descriptions of the beers (where available) so that you know what these new beers are.  We already posted a whole bunch of tap lists for June 1 and June 2, and we will post more everyday so please check back.  Please like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, and check out our blog, “Tap Talk,” where we will be highlighting exceptional tap lists and events.

The beers coming into Philly for this wonderful “week” are absolutely incredible.  I can’t wait for you to see the information that we’ve collected.

PLEASE FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO YOUR CRAFT BEER FRIENDS.  We work very hard to compile this information and want everybody to be able to take advantage of this service.

 

Technorati Tags: , , , ,

Sly Fox Bock Fest and Goat Races May 6th

Sly Fox Goat Race and Bock Fest 258x300 Sly Fox Bock Fest and Goat Races May 6thReady, Set, Goat…

A runaway ruminant at last year’s Bock Fest created a few days of anxiety for its owner and a bit of excitement for some local homeowners. Rachel Bearoff, a resident of Phoenixville, owns several goats which she houses at Winding Brook Farm in Warrington, Bucks County, and she has entered one or more of them in the annual Sly Fox Bock Festival Goat Race the last few years. She never raced them herself since she was a server at the pub and working during the fest. Her sister or friends would run with the ruminants and she also lent out goats to non-goat owners who wanted to race. “They could name them whatever they wanted for the race,” she says.

The plan last year was for a friend, Ben Bell, to race Trey, while Rachel would run with Trey’s mother Sugar, her boyfriend Mike Johnson with Brom (Trey’s older brother), and another friend, Jordan Bravato, with Ginger Spice (Trey’s younger sister), whom he renamed Leonidas. It was to be the first race for Trey, a 150-lb and somewhat rambunctious animal. After they arrived, the man from Winding Brook whom Rachel calls Farmer Bob tied him to his trailer while he was tending to the other goats. Trey got spooked and broke free, trailing 30 feet of tie-line behind him. “I was so worried,” says Rachel. “I was afraid he’d get hit by a car or get stuck in the woods if his line got tangled around something.” She turned Sugar over to Ben to race while she and Mike, driven around by Mrs. Jacqueline Giannopoulos, matriarch of the family which owns Sly Fox, searched all day and into the evening for Trey and distributed flyers with the goat’s photo and a contact phone number, all to no avail.

“There were sightings reported all day long,” Rachel recalls, “the farthest away was near the Bevans Orchard neighborhood, which is about three miles from the pub. The police saw him jumping over cattle fences from the farm there but never caught up with him. After that, I didn’t hear anything until Tuesday morning when a guy called to say Trey was on Maryhill Road and his line was caught under the tire of a parked car. When we got there, he broke free again and ran behind a house. The owners came out and said he’d been around for a while, so I gave them my number and they called me later that night to say that Trey was under a neighbor’s porch. I went over to see but I didn’t have a trailer so I told the people whose house it was that I’d be back in the morning with Farmer Bob. They said that was fine and Trey was no problem. They enjoyed watching him.”

It was raining Monday morning when Rachel, Farmer Bob, an animal control officer and two assistants arrived at the house. “Trey was just laying on the front porch like it was his house,” she says, “just chilling. It was so cute.” When Farmer Bob walked up to the porch, Trey leaped to his feet and jumped off but Bob caught him in midair and his runaway adventures were finally over. Rachel says that a perfect ending to the whole affair was provided by Trey’s mother Sugar when they got back to Winding Brook. “After we put him back in the pen, she gave him this long stare and then went over and head-butted him like she was punishing him for running away.”

✔ Keep your goat on a leash!

✔ Bring your I.D.

✔ Bring cash to buy tickets. *

✔ Do NOT bring beer.

✔ Do NOT bring disposable water bottles.

✔ Bring refillable water bottles.

✔ Be courteous. Be safe. Have fun!

✔ Please recycle!

* Sly Fox will only accept tickets for all Bock Fest purchases.

.

.

.

Technorati Tags: , , , , , , ,

The Lagunitas Butterfly Bottle Opener: Opening Your Craft Beer like a Master!

lagunitas butterfly bottle opener 300x222 The Lagunitas Butterfly Bottle Opener: Opening Your Craft Beer like a Master!Mastering the Butterfly Bottle Opener Part 1: The Basics

By Matt Goldstein

The Lagunitas Butterfly Bottle Opener is literally the coolest god damn way to open a beer.  And we have the instructional video for you to master the butterfly bottle opening techniques.  What’s that, you have a butterfly knife?  That’s for bitches.  We got a butterfly bottle opener and we have the butterfly bottle opener master to show you how to open that beer like a man.  Check out this amazing instructional video that will give you a degree in beer opening badass.  Mastering the Lagunitas Butterfly Bottle Opener Part 1: The Basics.

 

To Purchase a Lagunitas Butterfly Bottle Opener Click here!

 

 

Technorati Tags: , , , , ,

Mastering the Lagunitas Butterfly Bottle Opener with the Master: A Craft Beer PhD

lagunitas butterfly bottle opener Advanced Moves for the Master 300x168 Mastering the Lagunitas Butterfly Bottle Opener with the Master: A Craft Beer PhDMeet Your Destiny as Master Beer Bottle Opener

By Matt Goldstein

After laying your eyes on the Lagunitas Butterfly Bottle Opener we know you bought one and already started learning the basic techniques for opening craft beer like a ninja pimp gangster ladies man cartel kingpin such as yourself should be doing.  But have you mastered the Lagunitas Butterfly Bottle Opener?  NO!  You haven’t mastered the Lagunitas Butterfly Bottle Opener until you’ve watched our amazing instructional video: Mastering the Lagunitas Butterfly Bottle Opener with the Master.  Becoming a master is your destiny.

Video 2 – Advanced Moves

.

.

.

Technorati Tags: , , , , , ,

Philadelphia’s Craft Beer Locator: The Philly Tap Finder

philly tap finder logo Philadelphia’s Craft Beer Locator: The Philly Tap FinderFind the best Craft Beer in Philadelphia’s Best Craft Beer Bars

By Matt Goldstein

The Philly Tap Finder is the premiere craft beer locator in the country.  Currently focusing on Philadelphia, but soon D.C., local bar goers can find the best craft beer lineups on a daily basis.  Whether looking for Pliny the Elder, Big Bear Racer 5, Founder Breakfast Stout, a draft on cask, hand pump or barrel aged brew on tap, the Philly Tap Finder will find you your favorite beer in the best bars in the city such as the Khyber Pass Pub, Monk’s Cafe, the Pope, the Side Car Bar, Kraftwork, the Iron Abbey and more.  Check out Philly Tap Finer, updated every day.

.

.

.


Technorati Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Rogue’s Craft Brewing: Growing Your Brewing Ingredients at Hopyard Farms

Rogue Craft Brewing Agriculture 300x103 Rogue’s Craft Brewing: Growing Your Brewing Ingredients at Hopyard FarmsRogue Craft Brewery & Agriculture: Unleashing a Monstrously Successful Beer Farm

The trellises are clear of bines, the hopyard has been plowed, and we planted wheat as a winter cover crop to protect the soil from erosion.  During winter, life on the Hopyard proceeds at a more relaxed pace. In some ways the Hopyard is more beautiful than ever, with time to appreciate the wide open views of the surrounding farm land and the Willamette River.

In the greenhouse, we have begun to experiment with different varieties of GYO Certified hops to use in our Ales, Porters, Stouts and Lagers. Just like our current seven varieties, each will reflect the unique terroir of the Wigrich Appellation.

Growing Our Own…Champions

All the hard work on the Hopyard has paid off. Chatoe Rogue OREgasmic Ale won the Northwest Champion award at the United States Beer Tasting Championships. OREgasmic Ale is brewed with 100% Rogue ingredients, including GYO Certified Independent & Revolution Hops.

Men’s Health Magazine also named Chatoe Rogue OREgasmic one of the “Best Foods for Men.”

 

Family Fun in the Pumpkin Patch

We wrapped up the harvest season on the Hopyard with a family style Pumpkin Patch Party. Earlier this year, we planted two varieties of pumpkins, Dream & Leroy-O-Lantern. We grew, harvested, chopped, and roasted the GYO Certified Dream Pumpkins to create Chatoe Rogue Pumpkin Patch Ale, which we released for the first time at the Party.

The GYO Certified Leroy-O-Lantern Pumpkins are perfect for carving, so we offered a free pumpkin to Rogue Nation Citizens and their families.

We had lawn games, a Family Photo Station, and hauled out the antique hops scale from the baler building so kids could weigh their pumpkins and claim bragging rights about who had the biggest and heaviest. They also met our Free Range Chicks, Royal Palm Turkeys, and the newest additions to the Hopyard family our Potbellied pigs, Voo and Doo.

 

Sharing the Bounty

Even with such a great turnout, we still had some pumpkins left over. Natascha loaded 70 of our GYO Dream pumpkins into the truck and drove them to Dallas, Oregon where they were donated to the Willamette Valley Food Assistance Program.

 

The Dream pumpkins are a sweet tasting variety – similar to the ones traditionally used to create pies, soups, cookies and purees.

 

Long Live the General

We had as many as five roosters among our Free Range Chicks, but now we’re down to one. The four unlucky fowl were – as Chatoe Rogue Manager Natascha likes to describe it – culled from the brood. We had no choice. Only one can rule the roost or there will be too much conflict.

You might think that the winner was the biggest and baddest bird of them all. Not so. The selection process was anything but Darwinian. Natascha chose to keep the lowest guy on the pecking order because she thought his crooked comb made him different and cuter than the others. We like different. She named him General Tsao.

The General is celebrating his surprising good fortune, learning to strut his stuff, and gets along great with our dog Sully. And since he doesn’t crow much, the Hopyard is a lot quieter in the mornings.

Meanwhile the hens are busier than ever. They’re laying about four to five eggs a day.

 

Turkeys In The Fog

This time of year brings foggy mornings to the Hopyard, but that didn’t stop our two Royal Palm Turkeys from sauntering over to the Chatoe Rogue and checking out the Halloween decorations. Tom is getting to that age where he’ll spend all day displaying. Natascha says it must be exhausting! But Juniper doesn’t even seem to notice, until Tom wanders off and she can’t see him. Then she calls out for him and won’t stop until he’s back in view.

 

The Hazelnuts Have Landed

The Rogue Farms Hazelnut harvest got underway towards the end of October as the trees in the orchard finally decided it was time to let go and the nuts began falling.

We get our hazelnuts from Kirk Family Filberts, our next door neighbors on Wigrich Road. The Kirks spent most of September and October getting ready for the harvest on their 98 acre orchard. Mowers and scrapers crept through the trees, removing debris from the ground and creating a clean orchard floor where the nuts would land. Meanwhile, other farmhands were testing the harvesting and processing equipment, checking the bearings and belts, and installing a new dryer.

 

All this had to be done well ahead of time because you never quite know when the harvest will begin. The timing is up to Mother Nature. The Kirks were prepared by early October, but cool and wet weather intervened and delayed things for a couple of weeks.

 

Lance Kirk says this year’s crop looks like a good one, with yields up more than 40% from last year and better overall quality. Oregon produces 99% of the U.S. hazelnut harvest. The USDA predicts growers in the state will harvest about 41,000 tons of hazelnuts in 2011, the third best year in almost a decade.

 

These Nuts Win Awards

Rogue’s Hazelnut Brown Nectar, an ale created by Rogue Brewmaster John Maier and Eugene, Oregon homebrewer Chris Studach, brought home the Gold Medal at the Great American Beer Festival in Denver. GABF is the largest commercial beer festival in the world with 3930 beers vying for medals at this year’s competition.

 

We also had fun breaking the news to the Kirks that their hazelnuts helped Rogue win a gold medal at the 2011 Ministry of Rum International Tasting Competition in San Francisco. Rogue’s Hazelnut Spice Rum, made with roasted hazelnuts from the Kirk’s orchard, won the Gold Medal in the Flavored Rum category. Our Dark Rum also earned a gold. These awards usually go to distillers in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. But Rogue picked up two of only three Gold Medals given to American distilleries.

 

How to Harvest Oregon Hazelnuts

1: Before The Harvest

Leading up to harvest, mowers and scrapers move through the orchard and remove debris. This creates a clean floor where the nuts will land

2: Sweeping

Sweepers wind among the trees and line the nuts into long rows

3: Gathering

Machines called harvesters collect the nuts, blow air through them to knock off husks and sticks, and then load them into crates

4: More Cleaning

Processing starts with men and machines removing any leftover husks, sticks and blanks (unfilled shells)

5: Washing

The nuts are washed and rinsed free of dirt and stones.

 

6: Drying

Finally, the hazelnuts are dried to about 9.5% moisture levels. In a typical year, this can take 12 to 24 hours.

 

Rogue Farms Hop Cheese,

G.Y.O. Certified:

Rogue Farms Freedom Hop Cheddar was a huge hit in October at The Wedge: Portland Celebrates Cheese. The farmer’s market style street festival at the Green Dragon & Buckman Botanical Brewery drew thousands of people eager to taste and buy cheese from twenty of the best artisan cheesemakers in the West.

Freedom Hops Cheddar is a collaboration between Rogue Creamery of Central Point, Oregon and Rogue Ales & Spirits. The leaves of our GYO Freedom Hops are de-stemmed by hand, steeped in hot water, mixed into the curds and pressed into blocks. The result is a smooth cheddar with just a hint of hops aroma and flavor. Rogue Farms Freedom Hops Cheddar makes the perfect pairing with any of Rogue’s beers made with Freedom Hops.

Until the next Wedge, Rogue Farms Hops Cheddar is available exclusively at the Chatoe Rogue and at the Rogue Ales Public House and Distillery in the Pearl District of Portland –

.

.

.


Technorati Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Walmart Makes Major move into Craft Beer

walmart movie evil smiley Walmart Makes Major move into Craft BeerWorld’s Biggest Company & America’s Biggest Beer Seller to Tap Craft Beer Market

By Matt Goldstein

In a major sign that craft beer has gone main stream, the world’s biggest company and America’s biggest beer seller, Walmart, is making a major move into the craft beer market.  If there’s one thing Walmart has that the others don’t, it’s shelf space.  Walmart are the biggest and most prevalent stores in the world and they can sell an enormous variety in comparison to competitors.  Not to mention, Walmart’s buying power allow them to have the best consumer pricing available.  Walmart’s plan is simple, offer more craft beer at a better price.  While some might think this is craft beer selling out, or adding a bit of a  cheesy mainstream factor to what sometimes has an underground feel, craft beer at Walmart might drive prices down at other beer outlets.  There are some local craft beer takeouts right here in the Philly/NJ area that are simply raping customers because they think they can.  Walmart just might make those takeouts think twice about the excessive and sometimes arrogant pricing.  Perhaps, Walmart can help the craft beer world grow; essentially being good for the United States as we are dominating the market.  There comes a time when you must ask yourself, “What would Kenny Powers do?”  We’re going to continue to investigate whether Walmart plans on taking U.S. craft beer throughout the world.  Coming soon…

Source: Advertising Age

.

.

.


Technorati Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

The Manayunk Brewery: Craft Beer Searching for Identity

manayunk brewery The Manayunk Brewery: Craft Beer Searching for IdentityA Sushi Bar in a Brewery?

By Tim Rodgers

The Manayunk Berwery has been a staple of the Philadelphia Schuylkill River night life scene since 1996.  Formerly a converted textile mill known as Krook’s Mill, the historic Philadelphia landmark is now  bustling restaurant and brew pub.  The first thing I noticed immediately when I walked in was the sushi bar.  Curious I thought.  It seemed wildly out of place with the different sporting events shown on a number of flat screens behind the bar, the 80’s cover band that was about to take the stage, and the college aged crowd that had taken over at 10 o’ clock that Friday evening.

Nonetheless, it was all about the beer I reminded myself.  I thought it was appropriate to start off with the Dreamin’ Double IPA.  Inspired by the highly hopped beers from the west coast, the Dreamin double IPA is truly a hophead’s delight. Five varieties of American hops added throughout the boil create a wide range of flavors including pine and citrus, while generous dry-hopping in the fermentor provides the distinct aroma of fresh hops. The Manayunk Brew pubs guarantee that this is one of the freshest double IPA’s available.  8.5% ABV, 85 IBU’s.  I thought the hop varieties were out of place.  It seemed out of balance, too peppery, and over-spiced.

 

MANAYUNK LAGER (Oktoberfest) Marzen Style Lager

In strict accordance with the German purity law of 1516, they present this annually brewed festbier. Traditionally brewed in March and stored deep in the caves of Germany, this beer was brought to the masses to celebrate in October. It is a Vienna-style lager with a bit more malt and hops making a malty but balanced beverage. Copper-orange in color, it sports a toasty malt backbone that wonderfully compliments itself with many of our menu items.

6.2% ABV, 25 IBUs

I thought that the malt notes were way too heavy with coffee.  Had a metallic finish and missed the mark for me.  I was starting to get disappointed.  But as the 80’s music got louder and more obscure, the night started to get better.

 

KROOK’S MILL American Pale Ale

This is a well-balanced hoppy American style pale ale with a generous usage of fine 2 row pale and a touch of crystal malt. This beer is copper in color and is finished with “C” hops from the Pacific Northwest, which provide a wonderful floral aroma. This ale is a perennial favorite for the owners of the Manayunk Brewing Co.

5.3% ABV, 40 IBUs

This one is also a favorite of mine.  The balance was spot on.  Pale Ale is my favorite style of beer so I may be biased, but certainly hits the mark.  Homerun.

 

MUNICH DUNKEL Dark Lager

Brewed with high quality German ingredients, this dark lager is a great reminder that beer literally is liquid bread. The rich toasty flavor of Munich malt combines with a hint of roast from the dehusked carafa malt to create a wonderful aroma reminiscent of a freshly baked loaf of pumpernickel. 5.6% ABV, 20 IBUs.  The Dunkel went down a lot lighter than advertised here but yet still robust and flavorful.  The Manayunk Brew Pub hits the mark with the Dunkel.  Well done.

 

Overall, the Manayunk Brewery batted a .500 average which in today’s terms of restaurants and beers gets you in the hall of fame.  I did notice that they should probably clean their tap system too as well.  I think what’s indicative of many Brew Pubs these days is this notion that they try TOO hard to get novice beer drinkers on board by “OVER-DOING” each style of beer.  Whether it’s too hoppy for the IPA, or too robust in some of the malty styles, they “OVER-SELL” the style rather than just making GOOD BEER.  I mean dude, lose the Sushi Bar, the 80’s music, and make good beer.

Cheers.

.

.

.


Technorati Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

The Khyber Pass Pub Troegs Brewing Tap Takeover this Wednesday Oct. 19th

khyber pass pub troegs brewing 182x300 The Khyber Pass Pub Troegs Brewing Tap Takeover this Wednesday Oct. 19th A Can’t Miss for Beer Geeks!

Khyber Pass Pub will host Tröegs Brewing Company next Wednesday, October 19th at 6 pm for a very special Tröegs Tap Takeover night! Join us for an evening with the Harrisburg, PA brewers as we feature a Tröegs lineup worthy of even the most discerning beer palates. Our Tröegs Tap Takeover will highlight the highly elusive “Scratch Series,” typically found only at the brewery, alongside the likes of seasonal favorites Mad Elf and more!

 

Scratch 45 – IPA

Scratch 46 – Naked Elf

Scratch 47 – Belgian Wit

Scratch 48 – Fest Bier

Scratch 49 – Wet Hop IPA

Scratch 50 – Belgian Dubel

Pale Ale

Mad Elf

Javahead Stout

Flying Mouflan Barleywine

Dead Reckoning Porter

Hopback Amber Ale

Sunshine Pils

Dreamweaver Wheat

Troegenator Doublebock

Hopback Amber Cask

Javahead Stout Cask

and a FIRKIN of Dry Hopped Pale Ale!

 

To round out a truly Tröegs-centric evening, our chefs at Khyber Pass Pub will be adding Tröegs-inspired items to our menu, including Dead Reckoning Porter Chili, Sunshine Pils Boiled Peanuts, Tröegenator Doublebock Brined/Smoked Pork Chop, Tröegs HopBack Amber BBQ sauce, and Javahead Cask Ale Coffee Ice Cream Beer Float!

Don’t miss out on an exclusive night of Tröegs’ finest selections, brought to you by Khyber Pass Pub!

Khyber Pass Pub is a historic Old City tavern that features a beautiful bar handcrafted in 1876. One of Philadelphia’s oldest bars and a ‘Philadelphia Magazine’ Best of Philly 2011 winner, the menu features an extensive selection of craft beers, authentic New Orleans specialties, hickory-smoked barbecue, and tasty vegan and vegetarian options. Open 11 am to 2 am daily.

.

.

.


Technorati Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Page 1 of 41234