Brunch Sessions are Back in Mount Airy

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Brunch Sessions are back and better (plus cheaper) than ever. This Saturday, July 12th and Sunday, July 13th seven restaurants will host the summer-themed edition of Brunch Sessions: Four Seasons of Prix Fixe. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., participating restaurants will offer three-courses of seasonally inspired brunch, some of which are prepared just for the event, for just $16. From Latin flavor to Southern comfort and a retro 50s diner to an intimate BYO, Mt. Airy’s Brunch Sessions will surely draw a crowd of food lovers of all kinds.

And this year there’s a new kid on the block: Cresheim Valley Grain Exchange. Not only a newbie to the event, but to Mt. Airy as well, this restaurant at 7152 Germantown Avenue will serve up country classics, like Southern buttermilk fried chicken, cheeseburgers and hand-cut fries for guests to enjoy.

Plus if you’re not too stuffed, the fun continues throughout the day with live music, beer tastings – located at 7401 Germantown Avenue – shopping and much more.

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Earth Bread + Brewery Turns Five

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Earth Bread + Brewery in Mount Airy is celebrating its fifth anniversary this Wednesday night, October 9th. There will be special beer tappings, complimentary dessert and for the first fifty customers, a special anniversary mason jar mug.

It is also the fortieth anniversary of Weaver’s Way, one of the nation’s first food co-ops. In honor of that, EB+B owner Tom Baker has created a special flatbread for the week, along with a special beer made with arugula from the co-op.

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Earth in a Box?

earth_bread_breweryWe’ve been talking about delivery at Luke’s Lobster and Paesano’s over the past couple of days. And now comes word that Mount Airy’s Earth Bread + Brewery is finally doing takeout. After five-years in business they are finally taking call-in orders for their fine pizzas flatbreads.

Days and times may be restricted due to how busy the dining room is but the dream of walking out with a hot flatbread in a box in one hand and a growler of EB+B beer in the other, is finally a possibility. Give them a call, you might just be in luck.

Earth Bread + Brewery [Official Site]
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Earth Opening for Weekend Lunch

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We don’t have a lot of bad things to say about Mount Airy’s Earth Bread+Brewery. We just can’t get enough of the vibe, the flatbreads (especially the seed) and owner Tom Baker’s beers. Our only complaint would be that Germantown Avenue spot is not open for weekend lunches.

But no longer. Starting on Saturday, March 16th, Earth Bread+Brewery will begin opening on weekends at noon. It all kicks off this Saturday with a special homebrewing event with the Malt House.

Earth Bread+Brewery [Official Site]

Red Thunder Rumbling Into Mount Airy

Victory Brewing Co. released Red Thunder last week at their Downingtown brewery but only eight kegs of the wine barrel aged Baltic Thunder are going to make it out to other bars. Fittingly, one of the bars where the beer will be tapped at  is Earth Bread + Brewery in Mount Airy. Victory’s Baltic Thunder is based on a recipe by Tom Baker, the owner of Earth Bread + Brewery.

Head in tomorrow, Thursday, November 29th when the beer will be tapped and Victory brewers will be on hand with glassware and other giveaways.

Earth Bread + Brewery [Official Site]

Lunacy Returns to Earth Bread + Brewery

When Earth Bread + Brewery’s Tom Baker owned his one-man brewery, Heavyweight Brewing, one of his most popular and most praised beers was Heavyweight Lunacy. The Belgian ale hasn’t been brewed since he closed the New Jersey brewery and subsequently opened Earth Bread + Brewery in Mount Airy. But now he’s brought it back. So race on out to Mount Airy to get this golden ale. Tomorrow would be a good day since it is also EB+B’s fourth anniversary.

Earth Bread + Brewery [Official Site]

Sweet Treats at the Philadelphia Honey Festival

Bee prepared, the Philadelphia Honey Festival is right around the corner. See what all the buzz is about from September 7th to the 9th as the city’s beekeeping community comes together to raise awareness about the importance of bees, while having fun and tasting delicious products. Activities range from kiddie crafts to cooking demonstrations to honey-based beer tastingsFranklin Fountain and Little Baby’s will be among the businesses participating.

Read on for highlights from the un-bee-lievable schedule. Read more »

Brewers Bouncing

Since the end of Beer Week we’ve seen several brewers head off to new jobs, local and out-of-town. Nodding Head assistant brewer Mike Fava is leaving the Sansom Street brew pub and is heading to Oxbow Brewing Company in Newcastle, Maine. [Seen Through a Glass]

Terry Hawbaker, the well respected brewer from Farmers’ Cabinet’s Cabinet Artisanal Brewhouse has moved on. Hawbaker will now be brewing for [Seen Through a Glass]

In a local move, Jon Defibaugh is moving from Earth Bread + Brewery in Mount Airy to Tired Hands Brewing in Ardmore. Defibaugh had been at EB+B since it opened three and a half years ago. Defibaugh’s departure will mean Earth owner Tom Baker will be the lead brewer. [Tired Hands]

Speaking of Tired Hands Brewing, Bruno from Brouwerij t’Gaverhopke in Belgium will be on hand today after 4 p.m. The Belgian brewer is brewing a collaboration at Tired Hands this morning and will be around for a meet-and-greet this afternoon starting at 4 p.m. He is also likely to have some of his own beers in tow. [Philly Beer Scene]

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