It's literally never been easier for Philadelphians to buy good beer, but with gazillions of options on all the store shelves, which ones are right for your backyard BBQ or beach picnic? We asked the experts who run some of the best breweries in the area to share their hot weather faves. Before you make your holiday beer run, check out this list of 21 great summer brews.
Pennsylvania residents can’t buy “consumer-grade” fireworks in the state (bottle rockets, roman candles, mortars, etc.) but if you’re from elsewhere, you can sign a form that promises you’ll take the explosives back to your home state… and then buy the actual fireworks in PA stores. Yep, the laws are weird. If you're looking to stock up for tomorrow, here's what you should know.
So you bought some "fireworks" for tomorrow. Congrats on (hopefully) successfully navigating Pennsylvania's tricky laws. Now watch this video so you know what to expect when you set them off because, well, it's underwhelming.
Before you head off to watch concerts and fireworks (or spark your own), spend an hour at the flower-filled oasis on South Street West — stuffing your face with hot dogs. The $10 entry fee includes all the dogs you can eat plus beer. Email email@example.com in advance if you're interested in competing, or just come watch the fun.
Where: PHS Pop-Up Garden at 1438 South St. 19146
When: July 4, 2017 from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
How much: $10 to compete