It might be a marketing slogan, but anyone who lives here knows that Philadelphia really is “America’s best beer-drinking city.” The region’s been awash in great independent breweries since the 1990s, and distributors here started importing beer from Belgium before any others in the US. These days, the taprooms that dot almost every corner of the city serve everything great locally, all the best from Europe, and also rare brews from the rest of the country. Plus, Philly is finally experiencing a brewery boom of its own, with more in-city brewhouses opening than ever before (unless you go back to before Prohibition).
Winning a medal at the Great American Beer Festival doesn’t boost sales — but there are other benefits.
Once home to just a handful of brewing operations, soon the city will boast 25.
The fourth stop on this international tour lands in Philly August 11 and 12.
You’ve heard of IPA? Here comes OPA.
Bookmark this for easy drinking throughout the season.
We’re giving away tickets to the event at the beer garden atop the Free Library.
What happens when a brewer that specializes in dry beer takes on a juicy stout?
Can’t decide which of the hundreds of things to do are worth your time? Here’s a handy guide.
It’s finally warm! Time to drink outdoors at Philly’s best seasonal beer gardens.
Tired Hands collaborated with Birchrun Hills, Three Springs, Happy Cat and Valley Creamery to offer a weekly supply of everything good.
Why the city’s OG outdoor brew haven switched things up in 2017.
Dogfish Head knocked out Victory in the final round.
They’re pretty similar; which is the best?