Beer Week Events: Sunday, June 13

Here's a list of what's happening in and around town during Philly Beer Week. Visit phillybeerweek.org for the most up-to-date information.

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10:30 a.m.

 

Scraps And Leftovers
$4 pints of all our Philly Beer Week scraps and leftovers.
Rembrandt's, 741 N. 23rd St. 


Doggie Bag
A mixed bag of Philly Beer Week leftovers.
The Sidecar Bar & Grille, 2201 Christian St. 


11 a.m.

 

Lucky Leftovers
We'll need help kicking the special kegs we've be given by our special guests all week long. Help us finish off the kegs.
Eulogy Belgian Tavern, 136 Chestnut St. 


Extreme Beer Brunch
As many extreme beers as we can get our hands on. We saved a Supplication keg for this. Expect to enjoy beer-centric brunch specials.
South Philadelphia Tap Room, 1509 Mifflin St.

Breckenridge Beer Brunch
Join John Jordan, brewer from Breckenridge, for brunch. The Devil's Den will be pairing beers from Breckenridge Brewery with their brunch menu. Try an Oak-Aged Vanilla Porter with Cornflake Crusted French Toast. SummerBright wheat ale and Lucky U IPA will also be on draft.
Devil's Den 
1148 S. 11th St.

Bavarian Brunch
Start the day with a traditional Bavarian brunch. Weissbier, Weisswurst and Pretzel.
Bridgewater's Pub, 30th Street Station 


Belgian Beer Brunch With Chocolate Fountain
On Draft: Russian River Consecration, Livery 5th Dimension, Ommegang Belgian Pale Ale, Bruery Saison de Lente, Valeir Extra, Troegs Mad Elf, Cuvee de Jacobins Rouge.
The Drafting Room Taproom and Grille, 635 N. Pottstown Pike, Exton 

11:30 a.m.

 

Brunch Beer Cocktails Featuring Left Hand Brewery
Stop out for some relaxing brunch with specialty brunch cocktails made with beer from Left Hand Brewery. Expect some great new drinks.
Varga Bar, 941 Spruce St.

Russian River Beer Day
Last year was a blast. This year we're stocked up on hard to find Russian River beers, including one special newbie.
Local 44, 4333 Spruce St.

Noon

 

Philly Beer Wrap-Up
Wrap up Philly Beer Week with many of the top beers with over 160 bottles and 14 draughts.
Via Marconi Pizza Pub, 1758 Allentown Rd., Lansdale

Second Annual Zythos America, First Session
Zythos is Belgium's best-known beer festival, and Philly Beer Fests is proud to work with the organizers of Zythos to bring you the second year of Zythos in America. $65.
Penn Museum, 3260 South St.

Get Stoned At Triumph
Stone Brewing Company will be taking over Triumph with eight rare Stone brews. The event will last until the last keg is kicked.
Triumph Brewing Co., 117 Chestnut St.

Kickin' It 7 Style
Join us to kick some kegs and enjoy discounted prices along with food specials. Check our website for offerings and details on this morning.
Lucky 7 Tavern, 747 N. 25th St.

Beer Week BBQ And Outdoor Bash
Closing out the week with a Beer Week BBQ with many brewers, local and national. Live Caribbean Music. Food is included with cost. $15.
Bella Vista Specialty Beer Wholesalers, 755 S. 11th St.

Third Annual Amazing Philly Beer Race
The Brew Lounge and Dock Street join forces to bring an afternoon of running, fun, eating, beer, live music and a cookout. Info: bryan@brewlounge.com
Dock Street Brewery, 701 50th St.

Drink Up And Get Out Of Town
Finish how you started, people! The right way. The Philly way. With the most taps east of the Schuylkill. 40 for $4.
The Irish Pol, 45 S. Third St.

Sunday Brunch With Franziskaner
Sunday brunch with Franziskaner then enjoy the Cup game, Germany vs. Australia.
Race Street Café, 208 Race St.

1 p.m.

 

Ithaca Beer And Snack Pairing
Four beers paired with four snacks for $25. Apricot Wheat mimosas, Ground Break, White Gold and Cascazilla.
Good Dog Bar & Restaurant, 224 S. 15th St.

Cork Restaurant Brews "N" Blues Festival
Enjoy Sunday listening to blues, drinking brews and eating BBQ. Whole roast pig, 10 craft beers and homebrew competition. A don't-miss event. $25.
Cork Restaurant, 90 Haddon Ave., Westmont, N.J.

Blue Point Firkin And Pale Ale’s Philly Debut
Firkin of Hoptical Illusion, draughts of Oatmeal Stout and The Pale Ale makes its Philly debut.
Swift Half, 1001 N. Second St. 


2 p.m.

 

Dock Street Annual Music Fest
Live music, outdoor grills, and of course, fresh and refreshing beer. We'll be grilling and chilling to music by Grandchildren, Chasing Arethusa and more.
Dock Street Brewery, 701 50th St. 


3 p.m.

 

Kick The Kegs
One-time fee to come help us kick our kegs. Drink as much as you would like for only $25.
Dr. Watson's, 216 S. 11th St.

4 p.m.

 

Mystery Beer
Guess the beer style: first sip, it's on the house; by the end of the bottle, half price; can't guess, happy hour.
Doobies Bar, 2201 Lombard St.

Second Annual Zythos America, Second Session
Zythos is Belgium's best-known beer festival, and Philly Beer Fests is proud to work with the organizers of Zythos to bring you the second year of Zythos in America. $65.
Penn Museum, 3260 South St.

Duck-Rabbit Sampling
The Foodery, 837 N. Second St. 


4:30 p.m.

 

El Camino Real BBQ Picnic With Philebrity And Miller High Life
Come out to El Camino Real for a BBQ picnic with Philebrity, sponsored by Miller High Life. Celebrate the macro-breweries as a fitting end to Beer Week's celebration of the micro-breweries.
El Camino Real, 1040 N. Second St. 


5 p.m.

 

Sunday Scraps: Everything Must Go
All Beer Week products must go. $3 beers until the basement is clear. Our bar-backs are going to love this.
Good Dog Bar & Restaurant, 224 S. 15th St.

Victory Fists Of Feury Beer Release Party
Hors d'oeuvres and beer dinner celebrating the release of "Fists of Feury," a collaborative effort between Victory and chefs Terence and Patrick Feury. $55.
Nectar, 1091 Lancaster Ave., Berwyn

Prix Fixe Menu And Beer Pairings
For $35, enjoy a three-course menu of Jones favorites paired with two porters and stouts: Boulder Beer Planet Porter, Yards General Washington’s Porter.
Jones, 700 Chestnut St.

6 p.m.

 

Four-Course Flying Fish Exit Series Dinner
Reservations required.
Amada, 217 Chestnut St. 


The Dark Side With Duck-Rabbit
Come to the dark side with the Devil's Den and Duck Rabbit brewery, the dark beer specialists. Join brewer Paul Philippon of Duck-Rabbit to toast the end of Philly Beer Week. Draft List: Rabid Duck Russian Imperial Stout, Barleywine and Brown Ale. What a way to end it.
Devil's Den, 1148 S. 11th St. 


7 p.m.

 

Yards Revolution Prix Fixe Beer Dinner
Four-course menu featuring dishes made using Yards beer. Each course will be paired with one of Yards’ Ales of the Revolution beer series. Appearances from Peter Cherpack (BeerAppreciation.com) and a Yards brewer.
Oakmont National Pub, 31 E. Eagle Rd., Havertown

Tattoos And Tank Tops
Prohibition Taproom, 501 N. 13th St.

Sly Fox Presents T.U.D.: Final Hurrah Karaoke Party with Brewers and the Girls of IPA
Join Fergie, brewers with no dignity and the Ladies Beer Club of Philadelphia for embarrassing scenes and some special beer (BS1), a great collaboration. T.U.D.—the Totally Unnecessary Drink.
Fergie's Pub, 1214 Sansom St.

Hair Of The Dog Brewery Night
Close out Beer Week with an extremely rare East Coast visit by Hair of the Dog Brewery of Portland, Ore. Sample some extraordinarily rare brews.
P.O.P.E., 1501 E. Passyunk Ave.

7:30 p.m.

 

Lancaster Beer Dinner
Four courses prepared by executive chef Michael Yeamans, paired with four locally brewed drafts by Yards Brewing. Only $45.
Devil's Alley, 1907 Chestnut St.

All Day Events

 

Bonkers for Belgians
10 percent off any Belgian recipes, books or glassware when you mention PBW.
Home Sweet Homebrew, 2008 Sansom St.

Potluck Sunday Is Funday
Any drafts left over from Philly Beer Week will be $3.50 pints all day. Prizes and giveaways. For more info: onealspub.com.
O'Neals, 611 S. Third St.

Cleaning The Line Day
Closing up another successful Philly Beer Week is a lot of work. Come help us clean our lines and keg room. After the Bell’s event, The Best of The Best, Yards/Fish and Sly Fox, we're bound to have some good stuff leftover. Growler giveaways and maybe some special tappings.
City Tap House, 3925 Walnut St. 

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

Clean The Lines
Help us kick the kegs from Philly Beer Week with some great specials all day.
Bridgid's Bar and Restaurant, 726 N. 24th St.

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