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Glory Beer Bar & Kitchen in Old City Philadelphia

Glory Beer Bar & Kitchen opened in September 2018 at 126 Chestnut Street. They pride themselves in being a "beer bar" with over 30 selections on tap and more than 20 bottles. Glory is a haven for beer aficionados,  but don't let the name fool you! The food is as mouthwatering as the beer! The …

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List: Philadelphia Eagles-inspired Beers Made By Pennsylvania Breweries

The following is a list of beers made by Philadelphia and local breweries inspired by the Philadelphia Eagles who brought the first Super Bowl home to Philadelphia in 2017.  Broken Goblet No One Likes Us, We Don't Care is an unfiltered IPA inspired by Jason Kelce's historic speech during the Eagles Super Bowl Parade. Broken …

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Gaul & Co. Malthouse: Philadelphia Meets Polish Tradition

Since the 1940's Port Richmond and Bridesburg have been predominantly Polish communities. They're thriving with Polish-owned businesses, such as bakeries and butchers who produce award-winning Polish delicacies. Gaul & Co. Malthouse in Port Richmond, Philadelphia has transformed bar food with a Polish influence. Located on an unassuming Port Richmond street (3133 Gaul Street), Gaul & …

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Love & Honey Fried Chicken in Northern Liberties

The winner of the Best of Philly Fried Chicken 2018 award sits at 1100 North Front Street in between the lively neighborhoods of Fishtown and Northern Liberties. There's a subtle sweetness in the breading that pairs perfectly with the spices. The sweet and creamy honey butter compliments the gritty texture of the cornbread muffins. The …

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Double Dry-Hopped Beer (and Stickman Brews’ DDH Double Deuce)

New England IPA's are all the rage nowadays, but few breweries utilize double dry-hopping when brewing. "DDH" consists of adding double the hops at separate times, once during the brew and again post-fermentation. This causes the beer to absorb twice the hop flavor while remaining smooth. On the other hand, boiling extracts more bitterness than …

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