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.
No Repeat Beer Week
We're pouring non-stop new and unique beers, with no repeats all week. Last year we killed 128 kegs—come out and help us top that this year.
Memphis Taproom, 2331 E. Cumberland St.
Three Courses, Three Beers, $30 Beer Dinner
Every night during beer week chef Micheal Yeamans will be offering three big courses paired with three great beers for $30.
Devil's Alley, 1907 Chestnut St.
Celebrate Philly Beer Week At City Tavern
Celebrate at City Tavern with chef/proprietor Walter Staib and Yards Brewing Company's Ales of the Revolution. Visit citytavern.com for the complete menu. $45.
City Tavern, 138 S. Second St.
Beer Week Latin Happy Hour at 3 p.m. $5 Latin beers; $5 bar bites, in the bar area only.
Cuba Libre Restaurant and Rum Bar, 10 S. Second St.
Philly Foods/Philly Brews Menu
Three-course menu of Philly foods paired with Philly brews for $35.
Bridget Foy's, 200 South St.
Dog-Friendly Happy Hour And Copa ModdiALE Kickoff
Join Beerheads at the General Lafayette with dogs, beer and a different classic soccer match each night. Food and beer included. World cup countdown, prizes. $20.
Beer Heads at the General Lafayette, 646 Germantown Pike,Lafayette Hill.
Beer Pairing Menu
Three-course menu paired with Bieres de Garde. $55.
Caribou Cafe, 1126 Walnut St.
Prix Fixe Menu And Beer Pairings
For $35, enjoy a three-course menu of Jones favorites paired with two Lagers: Steamworks Colorado Kolsch and Stoudt’s Gold Lager (Munich Helles).
Jones, 700 Chestnut St.
Four-Course Beer Dinner With Flights: June 6-11
James will be offering a delicious four course beer dinner with flights for only $65 through June 11. Call for reservations 215.629.4980.
James, 824 S. Eighth St.
12 Percent Imports Multi-Brewer Beer Tasting and Pig Roast
$9 burger and brew pairing throughout beer week.
Teresa's Cafe and Next Door, 124-126 N. Wayne Ave., Wayne.
Choose one of our six, half-pound Angus burgers paired to complement six of our 16 craft beers. Only $9; beers and burgers change daily.
Finn McCools, 118 S. 12th St.
Christ Church Burial Ground Brew 'N’ History: 3:30 p.m. Mon-Fri
After debating the Declaration of Independence all day, the founding fathers continued the discussion in the taverns and pubs of colonial Philadelphia. Join us each weekday afternoon of Philly Beer Week at 3:30 for a 20-minute tour focusing on Philadelphia beer history and its connection to those buried in historic Christ Church Burial Ground, including Franklin, Hopkinson, and Rush. Tickets: $1-$10. Visit christchurchphila.org for more info.
Christ Church Burial Ground, Fifth and Arch sts.
Week Long Beer Shooter And Oyster Specials
Oyster House will be featuring our own brand of beer justice with special beer/oyster shooters and oyster and beer flights all week long.
Oyster House, 1516 Sansom St.
Exclusive Pouring of Dogfish Head’s “Heaven and Hell”
A potent and delicious blend of savory World Wide Stout with their ultra-hoppy 120 Minute IPA created the unique and delicious devilish “Heaven and Hell.” Exclusively pouring at the Oakmont.
Oakmont National Pub, 31 E. Eagle Rd., Havertown
Philly Beer Week event listings for Saturday, June 12.
Philly Beer Week event listings for Friday, June 11.
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Event listings for the first day of Philly Beer Week 2010.
Philly Beer Week event listings for Sunday, June 13.
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