Beer Week Events: Friday, June 11

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10 a.m.


World Cup At The Brauhaus
We will have all World Cup games live. Come watch as many as possible, because one fan will win a beer per day for a year.
Brauhaus Schmitz, 718 South St.


11:30 a.m.


Lunch With Weyerbacher And Chris Wilson
Meet the Brewer of Weyerbacher while tasting some very limited offerings.
Jose Pistola's, 263 S. 15th St.




All Day Wood At Resurrection Ale House
An entire day of wood-aged beer from around the world! Including Russian River Supplication, Allagash Odyssey, Boon Kriek, Cantillon Rose de Gambrinus, Great Divide Oak-Aged Yeti, and more.
Resurrection Ale House 
2425 Grays Ferry Ave.

Founders Brewing
Black Biscuit, Double Trouble, Red's Rye, Curmudgeon, Centennial IPA, Cerise, Porter, Pale Ale. KBS?
Kraftwork, 541 E. Girard Ave.

Dogfish Head Tap
Dogfish Head tapped including World Wide Stout, 90 Minute IPA, Palo Santo Marron, IPAs and more.
Via Marconi Pizza Pub, 1758 Allentown Rd., Lansdale

Victory Brewing Company Day
Victory beer takes over our taps. All day and night. Includes the Braumeister Pils, Smokin Oats Porter, Throwback Lager, Kolsch, Brown Ale, Altbier, ESB, Pursuit, Yakima Twilight and more.
Local 44, 4333 Spruce St.

Another Day Load In Paradise With Moylans
Meet Owner Brendan Moylan and try Kilt Lifter aged in apple brandy and port barrels, Hopsickle, Tipperary Pale and other fine beers.
The Bishop's Collar, 2349 Fairmount Ave.

Afternoon Delight From Belgium 

Anyone up for a little afternoon delight? Beer delight is what I'm talking about. Shangy's beer distributor has arranged with D&V Imports to bring several Belgian brewers to Philly for Beer Week. Come by for lunch and a beer (or 20). We'll have three folks from Belgium on hand: Marco Passarella, brewer from Brouwerij St. Bernardus; Nathalie Eloir, brewer from Brasserie des Rocs (one of two female brewers in Belgium); and Michael Pelsser, marketing director at Abbaye du Val-Dieu. This is a great way to start your weekend.
Monk's Café, 264 S. 16th St.


12:30 p.m.


Ancient Ales Lunch with Sam Calagione and Dr. Patrick McGovern
Craft beer rock star Sam Calagione and Penn Museum archaeologist Dr. Patrick McGovern talk about their work together recreating three ancient ales for modern palates. $60, $65 at the door. Go to for tickets.
The Headhouse, 122 Lombard St. 


1 p.m.


Varga Bar, Brew Works And Beau Baden
Stop out and enjoy some of Brew Works' fine brews and meet Beau Baden.
Varga Bar, 941 Spruce St.

It's Firkin Friday
It’s Firkin Friday, so take a well-deserved lunch break and join us for a Flying Dog Doggy Style Classic Pale Ale firkin, Woody Creek White and more.
For Pete's Sake Pub, 900 S. Front St.


2 p.m.


Traditional Friday Afternoon With Rob Tod Of Allagash
The Belgian Café, 601 N. 21st St.

Sierra Nevada Sampling
The Foodery, 837 N. Second St.


2:30 p.m.


Copa MondiALE Game One
The World Cup starts. Watch France vs. Uruguay with us at 2:30 p.m. Prizes and soccer Quizzo. Skills contest and soccer beer pong. Dog-friendly.
Beerheads at the General Lafayette, 646 Germantown Pike, Lafayette Hill


3 p.m.


St. Bernardus, Abbaye Des Rocs And Abbaye du Val-Dieu
Abt 12, Tripel, Wit, Grand Cru, Tripel, Grand Cru, Tripel.
The Sidecar Bar & Grille, 2201 Christian St. 


4 p.m.


IPA And Pale Ale Sampling
Drop in for a tasting of some of the IPAs and Pale Ales we carry.
Exton Beverage Co., 310 E. Lincoln Highway, Exton

World Cup Winners With Joe Sixpack
Sample award-winning beers from the World Cup with the executive director of Philly Beer Week, Don Russell. Then pick up a case or two.
Bell Beverage, 2809 S. Front St.

Three Belgians Visit The Green
Meet Brewer Marco Passarella from St. Bernardus, Brewer Nathalie Eloir from Brasserie des Rocs, and Michael Pelsser from Abbaye du Val-Dieu.
St. Stephen's Green, 1701 Green St. 

Happy Hour Meet And Greet With Flying Fish Brewery
Snack on tapas while enjoying Flying Fish HopFish or Farmhouse Summer Ale on tap or the internationally acclaimed Exit Series with brewmaster Casey Hughes.
Continental Restaurant and Martini Bar, 138 Market St.

Meet The Brewer With Dogfish Head 

Meet the brewers who made such favorites as their "Minute" series, including 60, 90 and 120 and many other delicious brews.
Standard Tap, 901 N. Second St.

World Cup
Start of the World Cup: S. Africa and Mexico. Lots of specials including Carlsberg pints. We will be raffling Philadelphia Union tickets. London Grill, 2301 Fairmount Ave. 

The Triple Play
Stone, Weyerbacher and Great Lakes together. The Stone, Dogfish Head and Victory collaboration brew on tap with Verboten and Fitzgerald. Half off happy hour, 5 to 7 p.m.
The Institute, 549 N. 12th St.

Prix Fixe Menu And Beer Pairings
What's Ale'in Ya? Three courses paired with Erie Rail Bender Ale and Great Lakes Burning River Ale. Live music on the patio. $35.
MidAtlantic Restaurant & Tap Room, 3711 Market St. 


5 p.m.


Meet the Brewer: Nogne-O's Kjetil Jikium
Norway's pioneering craft brewer Kjetil Jikium joins us to explore three of his current beers. Come find out why he has quickly become one of Europe's pioneering craft brewers.
The HeadHouse, 122 Lombard St.

Meet Jerry Of Canada's Unibroue
The Belgian Café, 601 N. 21st St.

Wells Bombardier On Cask
Join us for a rarely seen keg of Well's Bombardier Bitter on cask and a chance to meet the brewer, straight from Bedford, England.
Memphis Taproom, 2331 E. Cumberland St.

Yuengling Meet The Brewer Night
Meet brewmaster John Callahan of Yuengling Brewery. Enjoy drafts: Lager, Light Lager, Porter and Chesterfield Ale. Great giveaways and hear the story behind the beer.
Dr. Watson's, 216 S. 11th St.

Nodding Head Happy Hour
Meet the brewer. Gordon Grubb from Nodding Head Brewery will join us. Special beer and happy hour menu from 5 to 7 p.m.
Southwark Restaurant & Bar, 701 S. Fourth St.

Meet With Tiger Beer
A rep from Tiger Beer will be here to answer questions and provide samples of Singapore's most popular beer.
MangoMoon, 4161 Main St.

Meet The Brewers: The Brewers Of 12 Percent Imports
Raise a glass to importer Brian Ewing's all-star team of Belgian and American brewers for turning beer geeks on to superior new brews.
Tria Rittenhouse Square, 123 S. 18th St. 

Meet The Brewer: Rob Tod Of Allagash
Hang with Rob Tod, one of the nation's most creative and accomplished brewers. Sip Victor and Victoria on draft plus other awesome Allagash brews.
Tria Washington Square West, 1137 Spruce St. 

Life Is A Long Trail Without Beer
Long Trail tasting compliments of the brewery. Get a perfectly paired burger and brew for $9. Select drafts.
Finn McCools, 118 S. 12th St.

Happy Hour With Victory Brewery
Pouring Helios Saison, Hop Wallop, Sunrise and Wild Devil with a $4 food menu. Visit for more happy hour specials.
Iron Abbey, 680 N. Easton Rd., Horsham

Victory Happy Hour Event: Meet, Drink, Taste
Join us for a Victory Brewing Co. happy hour.
Chifa, 707 Chestnut St.


Sierra Nevada Hoppy Hour 

Two hours of much Sierra Nevada including Ex-port Her (the Philly Beer Week Sierra Nevada Bar Camp beer).
The Grey Lodge Pub, 6235 Frankford Ave.

Hefe-Hour With Sam Adams
Come enjoy Sam Adams summer quenchers: Summer Ale, Blackberry Wit, Cherry Wheat and the new Coastal Wheat, all paired with fruit tarts.
Elephant & Castle Pub and Restaurant, 1800 Market St.

Local Microbrew Happy Hour
$3 microbrew pints. Dinner specials including hot roast beef and hot roast pork sandwiches. Kenzinger, 60 Minute, Scarlet Lady, Hop Devil, Farmhouse Summer Ale.
Cherry Street Tavern, 129 N. 22nd St.

Ayinger Brewery
Meet Franz Inselkammer and enjoy some styles from Ayinger Brewing Company, Germany.
Bridgewater's Pub, 30th Street Station

Prix Fixe Menu And Beer Pairings
For $35, enjoy a three-course menu of Jones favorites paired with IPAs: Wolaver's Organic IPA, Boulder Beer Mojo IPA.
Jones, 700 Chestnut St.

Local Beer Garden
Chill in the covered Beer Garden and sample some your favorite local PA breweries. Buy a pint, keep the glass. Stay tuned for more activities.
North Bowl, 909 N. Second St.

Ommegang And Duvel Night
Meet brewer Mike McManus from Ommegang. "Last Chance for Cooperstown" raffle. Special pricing, glassware and more.
Grace Tavern, 2229 Grays Ferry Ave. 

Meet The Co-Founder Of Great Lakes: Pat Conway
Discuss the green efforts and zero waste initiatives of the brewery and upcoming seasonal 2010 offerings.
Black Sheep, 247 S. 17th St.

Brooklyn Brewery Promotion
On draft: 2009 Sorachi Ace, 2007 Black Chocolate Stout, Dark Matter, Blast, Buzz Bomb, East India Pale Ale, 2010 Sorachi Ace (bottles).
The Drafting Room Taproom and Grille, 635 N. Pottstown Pike, Exton

Black Friday With Duck-Rabbit
Meet the brewer and sample some dark beauties from the Duck-Rabbit Brewery including their Russian Imperial Stout, Barleywine, Brown Ale and Milk Stout.
Abbaye, 637 N. Third St.


5:30 p.m.


Wide World of Beer with Tony Forder, Editor of Ale Street News
Meet Tony Forder as he reviews a world-class selection: Dieu du Ciel (Canada), Mikkeller (Denmark), Hitachino (Japan), Bink (Belgium), Meantime (England) and more. $40, $75/pair.
Tavern 17, 220 S. 17th St.


6 p.m.


And Furthermore!
Chris and Aran will be in the house pouring the likes of Fatty Boombalatty, Oscura and Make-Weight. Not familiar with this Wisconsin-based brewery? Don't be shy!
1601, 1601 S. 10th St.

Strangford Lough Brewing Company: Meet The Brewer
Meet the brewer from Ireland's Strangford Lough Brewing. Taste samples of their distinct brews and learn about the beers from this Northern Ireland brewery.
Tir Na Nog, 1600 Arch St.

Founders Beer Dinner
Chef Schroeder welcomes Michael Bell and Dave Engbers of Founders Brewing with a lavish, multi-course feast. Tickets on sale now. $90.
South Philadelphia Tap Room, 1509 Mifflin St.

Lagunitas: A Little Sumpin' Wild
Try 12-ounce, 22-ounce bottles or A Little Sumpin' Wild special draft. Buy a pint glass, proceeds go to Cat Rescue.
Doobies Bar, 2201 Lombard St. 

Allagash Night
Rob Tod, brewer and owner of Allagash Brewery, will be joining us here to present some of this brewery’s more rare beers.
For Pete's Sake Pub, 900 S. Front St.

Take a Hike

F--- Maple syrup! Come sample Vermont's better export: Long Trail brews. Rep on hand. Specials galore.
The Irish Pol, 45 S. Third St.

Iron Brewer Release Party
Iron Hill West Chester will be brewing the beer that won the Iron Brewer Competition and hosting a special release party.
Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, 3 W. Gay St., West Chester

Philadelphia Brewing Company
McGlinchey’s Downstairs Bar: Philadelphia Brewing Co. presents three great beers.
McGlinchey's, 259 S. 15th St.

Pairings With Palm
Try Palm and other Belgian beers paired with Broad Axe favorites.
Broad Axe Tavern, 901 W. Butler Pike, Ambler

Yards vs. Harpoon. Phillies vs. Red Sox
Yards and Harpoon are taking over Rembrandt's in a Philly vs. Boston throwdown. Phillies vs. Red Sox and all Yards and Harpoon on the taps.
Rembrandt's, 741 N. 23rd St.


6:30 p.m.


Beer Class: Rockin' Beer Panel: Brian Ewing and the Brewers of 12 Percent Imports
12 Percent Imports brings six rising star brewers to the U.S. for the first time to showcase their latest, greatest beers—and party, too.
Tria Fermentation School, 1601 Walnut St.

Third Annual Chimay Dinner With Bobo
Bobo will again be gracing us here for the annual Chimay Dinner, pairing all three Chimay beers with local Belgian inspired food.
Teresa's Cafe & Next Door, 124-126 N. Wayne Ave., Wayne


7 p.m.


Belgian Brewer Marc-Antoine De Mees Pours Abbaye Saint-Martin
Join Abbaye Saint-Martin's CEO Marc-Antoine De Mees for a personal pour of his three classic Belgian ales in suburban Horsham. Take SEPTA Bus 55.
Iron Abbey, 680 N. Easton Rd., Horsham 

Flying Dog Firkin And Flights
VP Jim Lutz and Regional Manager Joe Gomez bring a firkin of Doggie Style. Also on tap: Double Dog, Raging Bitch and Barrel Aged Gonzo.
Misconduct Tavern, 1511 Locust St.

Duvel Moortgat Superstar Brewers
Meet Ommegang brewmaster Mike McManus as we showcase the beers of Duvel Moortgat. Also enter to win tickets to Ommegang's BCTC annual beer festival.
Eulogy Belgian Tavern, 136 Chestnut St. 

Kick The Firkin Pint Night With Victory
12 Steps Down, 831 Christian St. 

Firkin Off
Good Dog's annual Firkin Off. PHL vs. NY. The underdog Sly Fox Chester County Bitter faces reigning champ Southampton Burton Ale.
Good Dog Bar & Restaurant, 224 S. 15th St.

East vs. West Exotic Beer Tasting
Come sample some of the finest vintage, specialty and aged brews from across the continent. Butlered menu and live jazz. Indulge and enjoy. $65.
Stoudt's Brewing Co., Rte. 272, 2800 N. Reading Rd., Adamstown

Ithaca Beer Co. And El Camino Real Beer Dinner
Casual four-course dinner paired with four Ithaca Beers. There will be plenty of Ithaca giveaways and a chance to meet with the fine folks from the brewery.
El Camino Real, 1040 N. Second St. 

Belgium All-Stars
Only the best of the best for this class. Beer expert and author Lynn Hoffman presents Belgium all-stars with fabulous appetizer pairings. Register online. $15-20.
Trolley Car Diner, 7619 Germantown Ave.

Huge Beer Event
Prohibition Taproom, 501 N. 13th St.

Simon Says "Samuel Smith"
Samuel Smith, one of the original really good imports way back, is still here, great as ever. Play "Simon Says" for shits and giggles and prizes.
The Grey Lodge Pub, 6235 Frankford Ave.

Flying Fish Exit 6 Firkin
Flying Fish draft specials all day. Exit 6 Belgian Rye Firkin tapping at 7 p.m.
Hulmeville Inn, 4 Trenton Ave., Hulmeville

Weyerbacher Brewing Night
Join the Devil's Den to tap a selection of beers from Weyerbacher brewery. Bob Fauteux, Weyerbacher rep, will be on hand to suggest a selection of mixed drinks made with Weyerbacher beers. Look for bourbon barrel-aged Heresy and Insanity along with other Weyerbacher favorites.
Devil's Den, 1148 S. 11th St.

Brooklyn Brewery Three-Year-Aged Monster Barleywine
Savoir Faire Biere de Garde, Black Ops and Monster Barleywine (aged three years).
Swift Half, 1001 N. Second St.


8 p.m.


Great Lakes Brewing Draft Party
Serving Erie Monster, Burning River and Edmund Fitzgerald Porter. $3.50 pints all day. Great Lakes will be here from 8 to 10 p.m. Prizes and giveaways.
O'Neals, 611 S. Third St.

Sierra Nevada Meet The Brewer
Terence Sullivan of Sierra Nevada brings a selection of beers and a firkin from the pioneering Chico, CA brewery to Time for an evening of beers and conversation.
TIME, 1315 Sansom St.

Bridgid's Bar and Restaurant, 726 N. 24th St . 

Meet The Brewer And Lord Chesterfield
The real Lord Chesterfield is back to inject new life into one of Yuengling's oldest brands. He is bringing his wry humor, quirky advice and exceptional beer to PBW. Meet Lord Chesterfield and John Callahan from 5-7 p.m. Follow the Lord on Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare.
Draught Horse Pub, 1431 Cecil B. Moore

Meet Herr Inselkammer of Brauerei Ayinger.
Race Street Café, 208 Race St.

Dogfish Head
Moriarty's, 1116 Walnut St.

Stella, Hoe And Leffe Upstairs In The Bohemian
We are bringing in a Belgian tap system and bringing it upstairs. This should be good.
TIME, 1315 Sansom St.


9 p.m.


Long Trail: The Taste Of Vermont
Enjoy "the taste of Vermont" with a selection of specially priced beers from Long Trail. The brewery rep will be here to answer questions.
Westbury Bar & Restaurant, 261 S. 13th St.

"Kick the Stone" Tapping Firkin Directly from Cali
Host: Lee Marren. Tapping: Surprise. Last person to fill their cup and kick the firkin wins two tickets to our next beer dinner (a $100 value).
Iron Abbey, 680 N. Easton Rd., Horsham

Jinkies! It's Brew Dog
One of those punk kids from Brew Dog, James, will be here, solving mysteries and eating Scotty Snacks. On tap: Bashah, Zeitgeist, Punk.
The Grey Lodge Pub, 6235 Frankford Ave.

Pimp My Rye, Pimp Yourself
Enjoy a "pimped out" firkin of Dock Street's Rye IPA and don your most ostentatious 'bling' to compete for beer prizes. Visit for tickets. $10.
The Headhouse, 122 Lombard St.   

9:30 p.m.


Meet Aran and Chris while pounding a firkin of Oscura, Fatty Boombalatty, Three Feet Deep and their one-off, Thermo Refur.
Good Dog Bar & Restaurant, 224 S. 15th St.


10 p.m.


Free Live Music With Old Man Cactus
Rock out with your cactus out. Plus beer specials.
Fergie's Pub, 1214 Sansom St.

All Day Events


Grazin' In The Grain
Buy any five one-pound specialty grains, get one free. 10 percent off bulk malts when you mention PBW. Some restrictions apply.
Home Sweet Homebrew, 2008 Sansom St.

Kill The Keg Weekend
Kill the kegs with your last chance to taste some of the one-offs and debuts from Philly Beer Week. Discount craft beer all weekend.
Kite and Key, 1836 Callowhill St.

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