Retail Edge

March 9, 2017

Celebrate Mardi Gras Philly Style

February 21, 2017
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Beer & Food

Though New Orleans is over 1,200 miles away, each spring Philadelphia boasts a Mardi Gras scene all its own. With parades and celebrations across the five-county area, Mardi Gras is a chance for us to eat well, listen to some Blues and of course, tip back our favorite beers. Mark...

Netflix and Beer

February 16, 2017
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Beyond Beer

Once in a while, we all enjoy a good Netflix binge. With countless streaming options available, choosing a series worthy of a weekend on the couch can be daunting. But deciding what to drink while glued to the tube can be easy, if you take a few suggestions from us. 

Documentary

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Guinness Sales are Back in Black

January 31, 2017
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Tom Day, President of Diageo Beer Company USA, attributes growth to consumers’ quest for great, innovative beers. Throw in authenticity and 257 years of brewing history and you have a platform for success.

Established brands – even those...

Super Beers That Won't Bowl You Over

January 30, 2017
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Beer & Food

Let's be honest, Super Bowl Sunday can be a long day of drinking. If you come out swinging with those barleywines and imperial stouts you've been saving, you could be asleep before the end of the first half. So as we gear up to watch the Patriots take on (ie....

Hop Art: Saranac Cold Brew Coffee Lager

January 30, 2017
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Hop Art

 

We all know and love coffee beers – the roasty porters and stouts that pair perfectly with frigid weather and a plate of eggs and home fries. But Saranac’s newest offering is turning the whole coffee beer style on its ear. Instead of brewing an ale that mirrors that hearty...

California: Beer's Promised Land is Calling

January 23, 2017
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Beyond Beer
Don't have the time or the plane fare for a trip to sunny California? Sip your way to a virtual escape by indulging in the best beers brewed in the Golden State.

A New Look For a Historic Beer

January 23, 2017
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Hop Art
If you’ve been to your local bottle shop recently, you may have noticed that Samuel Adams Boston Lager underwent a bit of a face lift.

Blue Moon at the Barnes

December 30, 2016
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Local Beer Scene
The museums that line Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway provide a treasure trove of cultural opportunity for the community. You don’t often get to drink a beer while taking in artwork – until now! Every First Friday, The Barnes Foundation throws its doors open for an evening of music and art...

Date Night Beer Bars in the 'Burbs

December 30, 2016
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Local Beer Scene
Valentine’s Day, dedicated to love and romance, is typically celebrated with dinner and drinks at a special restaurant. Many in the Philadelphia region would assume that means driving into the city, where, I can tell you from firsthand experience, the traffic can be a nightmare. But the fact is, you...
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