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April 7, 2021 — Celebrate National Beer Day, April 7, we’re highlighting some of our favorite local breweries, beer pubs, and bottle shops offering six packs, growlers, draft beer, and more, for all you beer lovers in the Philadelphia area! Grab a pint or six-pack and cheers to the joyous occasion.

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Devil’s Den, the South Philly spot for pub fare and an extensive beer selection, boasts one of Philadelphia’s largest curated craft beer offerings. From Hazy IPAs to Belgian Wheat Beers, to Raspberry 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 and limited indoor dining as well as to-go in the form of six-packs and growlers.

Temporary hours of operation are Thursday and Friday from 4 – 9 pm, Saturday from 11 am – 9 pm, and Sunday from 11 am – 5 pm.

1148 South 11th Street | 215.339.0855 |

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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. Stickman Brews brings American twists on Belgian-inspired beers, IPA’s, and all things in-between, and in the spirit of National Beer Day, they are offering 20% off cases. Lastly, The Bottle Shop is a staple in the community for carrying a wide range of craft beer, seltzer, fine wines, and more with delivery and pick-up services available daily.

Check out the respective businesses’ websites for more info.

1904 E.  Passyunk  Avenue |

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My Local Brew Works, Frankford’s new nano-brewery opening summer 2021, is saying cheers to #NationalBeerDay by hosting a free beer giveaway for frontline workers, hospitality workers, artists, and those hit hardest by the pandemic, on Wednesday, April 7, for registered participants only. The four-pack giveaway will consist of Stouts, IPAs, and Belgian Dubbels, and will be locals first chance to check out My Local Brew Works products.

Visit their website to register for the giveaway, and for more information on the upcoming Summer launch of My Local Brew Works.

4500 Worth St. |

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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 expansive beer garden, open for service year-round with bench style, covered seating. Signature beers 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.

2440 Frankford Ave | 215.427.2739 |

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– Nicole Schofield