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National Beer Day Jawn

April 7, 2022 — What better way to celebrate National Beer Day (April 7) than with a brew poured fresh from a tap? In honor of the hoppy holiday, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite local breweries and gastropubs including Devil’s DenCartesian Brewing,Separatist Beer Project and Philadelphia Brewing Company, all offering a diverse selection of craft beer.
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Devil’s Den, the Bella Vista spot for pub fare and an extensive beer selection with a penchant for Belgian styles, boasts one of Philadelphia’s largest curated craft beer offerings and will be taking $1 off all Pennsylvania drafts all day Thursday, April 7. From Hazy IPAs, Belgian Triples, to Nitro Milk Stouts, the collection of draft, canned, and bottled beer is extensive and varies by style and ABV. Brews are available for sipping alongside stellar pub fare at their outdoor streetery or indoors, as well as to-go in the form of six-packs and growlers.

Hours of operation: Tuesday – Thursday 4 pm – 9 pm, Friday 4 pm – 10 pm, Saturday 11 am – 10 pm, and Sunday  11 am – 9 pm. 

1148 South 11th Street | 215.339.0855 |   http://www.devilsdenphilly.com 

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East Passyunk Avenue, home to over 150 independently owned businesses in South Philadelphia, is no stranger to locally-sourced craft beer. Separatist Beer Project offers a rotating menu of house-made brews available in drafts and crowlers, to be enjoyed for takeaway or sit-down. Cartesian Brewing, the latest newcomer on the avenue is already coming in strong during their freshman year with a Belgian-leaning line-up of Saisons, Ales, Stouts and IPAs, providing a well-rounded selection for any beer enthusiast. Their latest offerings include Concrete Picnic, a British Pale Ale and Fake North with True Friends, a Hazy Pale Ale.

For hours of operation and more information about East Passyunk businesses,
1904 E. Passyunk  Avenue |  http://www.visiteastpassyunk.com/

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Philadelphia Brewing Company, the city’s largest and oldest brewery located in Kensington, is the go-to spot for celebrating the day with local brews at their famed beer garden, open for service year-round with bench style, covered seating. Signatures such as the Kenzinger and Walt Wit are available for imbibers to purchase as six-packs and cases to-go, or to enjoy in pints alongside food trucks located just outside of the brewery.

Hours of operation: Sunday – Tuesday – 11 am – 11 pm, Wednesday 11 am – 12 am

2440 Frankford Ave | 215.427.2739 | philadelphiabrewing.com
-Lex Nemchenko