SkyGarten Brings Oktoberfest to New Heights

Beginning Wednesday September 28th and ending Saturday October 1st, guests will enjoy traditional German fare, such as classic bratwurst, potato pancakes, roast pork sandwiches and Bavarian-style pretzels, as well as four brews pouring from the taps specifically for the beer-fueled festival – Brauhaus Schmitz Festbier, Hofbrau Maerzen, Konig Ludwig Weissbier, and Double Nickel Vienna Lager.

SkyGarten Brings Oktoberfest to New Heights

Philadelphia, PA – Skybrunch at Top of the Tower recently won Philadelphia magazine’s Best of Philly® award for Best New Beer Garden and now, SkyGarten is launching the world’s highest Oktoberfest with a special line up of German beers, German food, German music, and spate of Bavarian flags and classic Oktoberfest decorations from Wednesday September 28 through Saturday October 1.

Irish Whiskey and Scottish Whisky What's the Difference

 Irish Whiskey and Scottish Whisky Whats the Difference

Irish Whiskey and Scottish Whisky Whats the Difference

PhillyBite10 Whiskey, as it is spelled in Ireland or whiskey in Scotland, is the most popular of all the grain spirits, first thought to be distilled by monks in Ireland as early as the 12th century. But it was in 1608 when Bushmills distillery first received its grant. Even up until Victorian times, Irish whiskey was more popular than Scotch.

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.

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