Today is our last official day of Philly Beer Week. We have two events going on for you today, First up at noon is PHL v. PGH: Yards v. Penn, Cheesesteak v. Primanti Bros. Sandwich. We have 3 beers each from these long time breweries and our kitchen will be whipping up both sandwiches for you to taste against each other. Then tonight will be the last night event with Front Stoop Lounging #3 with 3 relatively new local breweries, Naked Brewing, St. Benjamin and Free Will. Thanks to everyone who came out this week to here and all the other places celebrating Philly Beer Week and we hope to see you back real soon.
Draft Beer Update:
Boulder Shake Chocolate Porter, Sixpoint Crisp Pils, Sly Fox Charles Bridge Pilsner, Two Roads Ol' Factory Pils, Victory Prima Pils, Hill Farmstead Mary, Lancaster Gold Star Pilsner, Prism Shady Blonde, Prism Felony IPA, Fegley's Brew Works Impossible Germany Pilsener.
Penn Cool River Kölsch, a crisp, clean beer with a subtle fruit fragrance.
Penn Old GUYSer IPL, Pittsburgh Craft Beer Week 2015 collaboration between Penn, Roundabout and Voodoo.
Yards Philadelphia Pale Ale, crisp, hoppy, and bursting with citrus. Philadelphia Pale Ale was named one of the best Pale Ales in the country by the New York Times.
cask-conditioned Yards ESA, their first ever and most beloved brew, ESA helped establish a following for cask-conditioned beer in the United States back in the ‘90s.
Yards Golden Hopportunity, light bodied Belgian style pale ale with Centennial and Chinook hops, made for PBW.
Free Will Kragel IPA, an aggressively hopped IPA with a complex aroma.
Free Will Blood & Guts, a Dark Sour Ale with notes of Chocolate malt and cherries.
Naked Le Pétomane Saison, a traditional dry farmhouse style ale brewed with black pepper and coriander.
St. Benjamin Little Peat, a dry stout with just a hint of peat smoke.
St. Benjamin Wit or Witout, a classic wheat beer made with traditional spices and a bit of Philly zest.