McGillin's Olde Ale House Launches its Own Oktoberfest Beer

McGillin's, 1310 Drury Street, between Chestnut & Sansom, 13th & Juniper 215/735-5562. www.mcgillins.com.

McGillin's Olde Ale House Launches its Own Oktoberfest Beer

PHILADELPHIA, PA(August 30, 2016) - McGillin's Olde Ale House, Philadelphia's oldest continuously operating tavern, is joining forces with Fordham & Dominion Brewing Company to launch its own Oktoberfest beer. The malty-flavored märzen will be served during McGillin's annual Oktoberfest celebration, which despite its name begins today. In addition to the McGillin's Oktoberfest, the historic bar will offer a rotating list of German beers and German foods from now through the Midtown Village Fall Festival on Saturday, October 1.PHILADELPHIA, PA(August 30, 2016) - McGillin's Olde Ale House, Philadelphia's oldest continuously operating tavern, is joining forces with Fordham & Dominion Brewing Company to launch its own Oktoberfest beer. The malty-flavored märzen will be served during McGillin's annual Oktoberfest celebration, which despite its name begins today. In addition to the McGillin's Oktoberfest, the historic bar will offer a rotating list of German beers and German foods from now through the Midtown Village Fall Festival on Saturday, October 1.

Brooklyn Brewery Philly Mash events August 25-28!

Don’t miss the Brooklyn Brewery Philly Mash events August 25-28!      This award-winning craft brewery brings immersive beer-centric festival to Philadelphia with a weekend of collaborative events featuring local friends in food, music, and beer.

Brooklyn Brewery Philly Mash events August 25-28!

PhillyBite10Philadelphia, PA - The Brooklyn Brewery Mash is a weekend-long cultural festival exploring vibrant communities in cities around the world through food, music, art and beer. The Mash is the largest international traveling tour of its kind, stopping in six U.S. cities plus London, Stockholm and Paris in 2016. Brooklyn Brewery's latest iteration of the Mash takes a reimagined look at four time-honored celebrations: the meal, the beer festival, the bar crawl and the concert, by curating a series of forward-thinking experiences through collaborations with Philadelphia-based tastemakers, musicians, chefs, and breweries.

Chef Jose Garces: The Olde Bar in Old City Philly

Stop by The Olde Bar for extensive raw bar offerings, plus evolved bar snacks and brunch plates. They have a full bar, including a classic & innovative cocktail program. The dining area is a lounge ideal for couples and small groups, while there are 2 other private dining rooms reserved for special occasions and large private parties up to 150 people.

Chef Jose Garces: The Olde Bar in Old City Philly

Philadelphia, PA - Chef Jose Garces has done it again, head to Old City  to check out The Olde Bar at the landmark Old Original Bookbinder’s. This contemporary oyster saloon is serving up a unique brunch with items steeping in the city’s nautical traditions. The Olde Bar is a cocktail lounge and restaurant “serving oysters on the half shell, alongside a smart menu of modern re-imaginings of traditional bar snacks and a comprehensive cocktail and spirit list.”Philadelphia, PA - Chef Jose Garces has done it again, head to Old City  to check out The Olde Bar at the landmark Old Original Bookbinder’s. This contemporary oyster saloon is serving up a unique brunch with items steeping in the city’s nautical traditions. The Olde Bar is a cocktail lounge and restaurant “serving oysters on the half shell, alongside a smart menu of modern re-imaginings of traditional bar snacks and a comprehensive cocktail and spirit list.”

Philadelphia's Craft Distillery Guide

In just over four years, the number of craft distilleries in the Philadelphia region has increased by more than a dozen, helping to restore Pennsylvania to its once-prominent place in the national distilling conversation. Until Prohibition wiped out the state’s industry, Pennsylvania housed the country’s densest cluster of homespun and commercial whiskey producers, beginning with some of the country’s earliest settlers.

Philadelphia's Craft Distillery Guide

In just over four years, the number of craft distilleries in the Philadelphia region has increased by more than a dozen, helping to restore Pennsylvania to its once-prominent place in the national distilling conversation. Until Prohibition wiped out the state’s industry, Pennsylvania housed the country’s densest cluster of homespun and commercial whiskey producers, beginning with some of the country’s earliest settlers.Philadelphia's Craft Distillery Guide: In 2011, Pennsylvania’s government passed reforms that allowed distillers to offer tours, samples and onsite sales. These new laws opened up the craft to would-be distillers who now proudly produce and sell small-batch spirits in Philadelphia. In a sign of the industry’s maturation, Philadelphia Distilling, the first distillery to open in Pennsylvania since Prohibition, recently moved into much larger headquarters, adding a full-scale bar, restaurant and bottle shop.

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