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Cheers to 10 years of Philly Beer Week!

FOUR HANDS MALE AND FEMALE TOAST WITH MUGS OF BEER

Philadelphia is a beer drinker’s town which is what makes Philadelphia Beer Week all the more special. Now in its 10th year running, this 10-day long celebration is going stronger than ever. With so many options to choose from, it’s almost difficult to avoid a cold pint. There are only a few more days remaining so check out what’s still to come!

Beer Lab at the Franklin Institute

Even the Franklin Institute wanted in on the beer week action! Tonight at 7p.m., they’ll be hosting an interactive workshop where attendees will learn just how all that delicious beer is made. Of course, what would this event be without a taste test? There will be many featured breweries including Sly Fox, St. Benjamins, Dock Street, and Evil Genius Beer Company. Grab your tickets and head on over.

Kick the Keg at Twisted Tail

Have you ever wished that drinking beer was its own sport? Your dreams are about to come true! Head over to Twisted Tail, starting at noon tomorrow for their Kick the Keg event. Ask your bartender which kegs are low and if you order the last beer, it’s on them. Plus, you’ll get to take home a free bottle of barrel aged beer.

Beer and Boats at Bartram’s Garden

Get outside this Thursday and head over to Bartram’s Garden Community Boathouse for some beer and boat action. Starting at 4 p.m., they’ll have rowboats and kayaks available for $15 plus, some fantastic beer from Dock Street Brewing, Evil Genius Beer Company and more!

Tailgate Olympics at Devil’s Den

Do you have a competitive side? Bring your game face to Devil’s Den this Saturday for their first annual Tailgate Olympics. There will be giant beer pong, giant jenga, can jam, ladder golf, and more. Enjoy some cold beer from 2SP Brewing Company, Free Will Brewing Company, Yards, Terrapin and others. It all starts at 12 p.m.!

Looking for more events to attend? Head to the Philly Beer Week website for a complete list of participating bars and breweries. Cheers!

 

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