- Neighborhood: West Philadelphia
- 701 South 50th Street, Philadelphia, PA
- Phone: 215-726-2337
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- Cuisine: Pizza
- Price: $$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Dock Street Brewing and their partners at the Four Seasons are continuing their collaborative beer seasons. Yesterday was brew day for their summer beer, Crackle and Squeeze. Look for this beer, made with meyer lemons and cracked pink and black peppers to debut during Philly Beer Week.
Right now, you can still drink the spring seasonal, O.P. Yum (oates and pomegranate beer) at The Lounge in the Four Seasons. A reasonable way to end an afternoon of museums or Center City shopping.
Watch the brewing video »
It has been years, but tomorrow night, Wednesday, March 13, Dock Street will be putting their Illuminator Dopplebock on tap for the masses.
Oh, but that’s not all. In celebration of this momentous event, they’ll be serving a special Weckerly’s Ice Cream called “Figgy Bock” that was made with Illuminator Dopplebock, honey and a swirl of fig compote. Weirdest sundae ever, sure, but also rather tasty. And as if that wasn’t enough, Dock Street will also be slinging a special Bavarian pizza for the night.
The fun starts at 4pm and is scheduled to go until midnight. You have Foobooz’s permission to kick off work early to get there.
Illuminator On Tap [Philly Beer Week]
Dock Street [Official]
Yards Brewing used to brew Trubbel de Yards as a seasonal when the brewery was but a young pup in the late-nineties. The beer is described on its label as a “Belgian-style tripel dubbel ale.” The beer promises aromas of biscuit, chocolate and caramel, with the spiciness of a tripel and the maltiness of a dubbel. It made a very limited return in 2012 but this year promises a wider distribution. The beer is currently available in big bottles at the brewery and will start showing up on store shelves after the new year. On Thursday, January 24th, the beer will be officially launched at Johnny Brenda’s. Mark your calendars now.