The bi-level Conshohocken Brewing Brewpub in Bridgeport
Conshohocken Brewery opens its Bridgeport brewpub today. The bi-level space has seating for 180 and eventually will offer some different beers on its 12-tap draft system from the original Conshohocken Brewery. The brewpub location is just a little over 5-miles from original, located just across the Route 202 bridge in Bridgeport.
Head brewer Andrew Horne will begin brewing at the Bridgeport location in coming weeks on a three barrel, seven fermenter system.
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Photo courtesy of Nick Liermann
Imagine this: You’re on a bike, pedaling from Philadelphia all the way to Cape May. (My calves are panicking just thinking about it.) That’s exactly what local non-profit Team Foster plans on doing in their third annual Foster 100 this September. And to train for the big day, Team Foster will be holding a series of bi-weekly free group bike rides along the Schuylkill River Trail, starting this Sunday. And psst: They end with free beer! Read more »
Brewery yoga! It’s a thing, people, and the ladies from Yoga Home are teaming up with Conshohocken Brewing Company to give you a taste of it come Sunday, March 6th.
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Rendering of Conshohocken Brewing’s Bridgeport brewpub.
Conshohocken Brewing, which opened in April of 2014 is now set to expand. The brewery announced on its Facebook page that it is opening a brewpub and beer garden in Bridgeport this Spring.
The new space is on Dekalb Street, just before the bridge to Norristown.
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Zac’s Pack – Four “fully loaded” burgers from the Zac’s Burgers stand | Photo by Arthur Etchells
Today, Aramark and the Eagles announced what new concessions options would be available for the 2015 season at Lincoln Financial Field. Among the highlights, Delaware County institution Zac’s Hamburgers is among the new options. Zac’s will have a stand on the lower level and will sell double burgers as well as a Zac Pack of four “fully loaded” burgers, sure to make the purchaser a hero when they return to their seats.
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On August 23rd, the 7th Annual BBQ at the Ballpark happens at the Jetro lot next to Citizens Bank Park. From 2 to 7 p.m., there will be barbecue, beer, and games. Sweet Lucy’s Smokehouse will be serving the food while Conshohocken Brewing, Neshaminy Creek Brewing, Philadelphia Brewing, Sly Fox Brewing, and Weyerbacher Brewing will be pouring the beer. Plus for the kid inside all of us, or the actual kid you bring, J-Dogs Amusements will be bringing the games.
This year, all proceeds will go to the Marianne E. Mebert Memorial Fund. The charity is close to the hearts of Rolling Barrel, as one of the co-founders recently lost their mother, Marianne Mebert, to Triple Negative Breast Cancer. Tickets will be $48.50 per person, $28.50 for designated drives, or $22.50 for kids under 12. To purchase tickets, click here.
BBQ at the Ballpark [Official]
The Conshohocken Brewing Company opens to the public today at 5 p.m. The brewery and tap room is located at 739 E Elm Street, just steps from the Schuylkill River bike trail.
Co-founders John Remington and Ken Buonocore are joined by head brewer Andrew Horne.
Horne is a Villanova grad who began his brewing career at Yards Brewing before heading out west to the likes of Oskar Blues and Avery Brewing Co. Horne also took home a bronze medal for his ESB at the 2013 Great American Beer Festival. The tap room can pour up to ten beers at once. including what might be the young brewery’s flagship beer, Cascadian Dark Ale.
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