More than 30 different Belgian style ales will be on tap.
The duck fat, sourdough pizza at Garces Trading Co. was all Travel + Leisure needed, but they flipped for the hangar steak.
Though breakfast pizzas remain to be scene, the brunch menu still offers some daring dishes.
So far the collaboration between the brewery and the hotel has resulted in the production of a truffled old ale.
Smell the haggis, drink the bugs.
Plus: Heavy coffee drinkers have a lower risk for type 2 diabetes; and extreme beers get canned, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Expect more salt, Korean food and seaweed on menus; and junk food at home is more likely a culprit in childhood obesity than junk food at school, all in our morning news roundup.
Rounding up neighborhood news.
Lucky for you there's three Friday the 13th's in 2012.
The poster boy of American craft brewing says hating on independent breweries only gives rise to global brewing behemoths like Bud and Coors.
Now that it's open, Iron Hill's brewer in Chestnut Hill has plans for some ambitious brews.
In addition to barbecue, the South Street spot now offers cans of beer to go.
Restaurants and retailers with licenses to sell beer will no longer be required to obtain an off premises permit.
The Bash marks the first tapping of the new and ultra-rare beer from Brewery Ommegang.
The new location is the group's ninth, and its foirst within city limits.
Specially priced pizzas and cheap drinks are on the offer at both happy hours.
The local chain of brewpubs tweeted today that it's about two weeks away from opening its first location in Philadelphia.
Plus: Retailers struggle with the logistics of shipping everything from bacon to live lobsters; and disposable aluminum roasting pans are prone to tearing, and severely burning cooks, all in our morning news roundup.
On Wednesdays the brewery will not except credit cards for any transactions.