Urban Village Brewing Company is releasing its first beer in cans, it’s popular Wrong Way IPA. In a limited release canning run, the beer is available at the brewery and several shops in the area while supplies last.
Following the success of their first sports-themed release, Trust the Process, Philly’s own Evil Genius strikes again with Fly Like an Eagle.
Rogue has announced their upcoming sixth beer in the Voodoo Doughnut series, the Grape Guerrilla Ale. The series of beers is a collaboration with the famed Voodoo Doughnuts, which originated in Portland, Oregon, but now has locations in Eugene, ...
Nestled in the heart of Henderson, NV, is newcomer Lovelady Brewing. Their roots trace back many years as brothers Richard and Robert Lovelady started homebrewing at age 17. After years of planning and dreaming, Lovelady Brewing Company opened ...
As discussed on a recent episode of Beer Busters, the US has been quickly approaching a record-setting number of breweries. The Brewers Association has officially announced that there are 4,144 breweries in operation, an all-time high for the country.
In May, I wrote about the IPA Block Party hosted by Hawthornes Cafe at the intersection of 11th and Fitzwater Streets in South Philly. The event was a rousing success with people in great spirits drinking an array of fantastically hoppy brews.
Nestled in Philadelphia’s aptly-named Brewerytown neighborhood, Crime & Punishment recently opened their doors and taps to the public. Inspired by Russian literature, the food and beer menu infuse Eastern Europe culture with Philadelphia style.