Every Sunday from noon to 5 p.m., West Philadelphia’s Dock Street Brewery is hosting a brunch, complete with breakfast pizzas, calzones, poached eggs and more. Also on the menu are beer cocktails like the “Firhouse Maria” and the “Brewdriver.”
If the Eagles have the early game, you can enjoy that on the projection screen TV. And discounted $10 growler fills are also available through the end of the year.
Dock Street Brewery [Foobooz]
The Foobooz Growler Guide has been a resource on the web site for awhile now but with a foot in a cast, I figured it was time to turn it into a map. So here you are, where to get your growlers of beer filled in Philadelphia, in convenient map form.
Today serves as the grand opening of Bufad Pizza at the corner of 13th and Spring Garden. The pizzeria is owned by Mike and Jeniphur Pasquarello (the tandem behind Cafe Lift and Prohibition Taproom) and they are turning out Neapolitan-style pizzas that rival the best in the city.
Check out the drool-worthy photo gallery below. And if you go, stop off at Prohibition first and grab a growler.
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Beginning today, Earth Bread+Brewery is making Mondays a whole lot better. All night, house drafts are just $2.50 for 13 ounces, $4 for $20 ounces.
Growler fills are also just $10 on Monday nights.
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Growler fills are becoming more and more commonplace. And why not? There’s no other reasonable way to get fresh draft beer to enjoy at home (just try riding your bike with a quarter keg strapped to the handlebars). Check out these bars who have recently begun filling growlers to go:
- Bottle Bar East
We’ve updated our guide to getting your growler filled in and around Philadelphia with these additions and more. Check it out.
Foobooz Growlers Guide [f8b8z]
Calling all Fishtown beer lovers. Bottle Bar East is opening the last weekend in October at 1308 Frankford Avenue. Bottle Bar East is a new take out craft beer retail shop and bar that offers a large selection of craft beer bottles and cans that you can take-out or drink-in. Featuring a six-tap bar, growlers, and a wall of coolers, Bottle Bar East is certain to have something for everyone.
Once you find your favorite brew, you can either bring it home to enjoy, or sip it by the in-house pool table and dart board with some fellow craft beer lovers. With take out, the party doesn’t have to stop once you leave; now the fun goes where you go. If you have your own growler, be sure to bring it, but if not, they’ll be selling growlers for $5. Growler fill price will vary. There are future plans to serve food, so stay tuned.
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Rex 1516 offers growlers
We updated our Foobooz Growlers Guide and now have 40+ bars, brew pubs and breweries that can fill your growlers with fresh and delicious beer.
Philadelphia Growler Guide [f8b8z]
As we speak, the crowds are likely descending on the brand-spankin’ new colossal money-making machine that is Xfinity Live. There are restaurants. There are gift shops. There are TV’s bigger than my first apartment, patios, fire pits, live music venues (one of which is currently occupied by Third Eye Blind, doing a free outdoor concert to “celebrate” the opening), a replica Stanley Cup, a mechanical bull and more bars than any reasonable human being needs access to within a hundred steps. Hell, there are more bars than any unreasonable human being needs access to within one hundred steps.
But the point is, it’s all there, It’s all open. And just a couple days ago (while the place was still crawling with construction crews desperately trying to get everything assembled for the grand debut), the Foobooz Full Coverage News Van pulled up out front and disgorged our crack team of video ninjas who got a first look at the place. Want to take a look at the place before committing to a night of corporate-approved debauchery? Then you’ve come to the right place…
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As of Tuesday night, Rex 1516 on South Street has been legal to pour beer, wine and liquor. But the South Street West restaurant is doing something different with its beer list, namely making it affordable. Philadelphia Brewing’s Newbold IPA, for instance, is just $3 a pint, $12 for a filled growler. They’re also selling these nifty looking growlers for $10.
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The growler, the best way to get draft beer to go. It’s eco-friendly, it’s fun and sometimes it’s cheap.
We’ve surveyed bars, brew pubs and breweries across the Philadelphia region to find out the details on getting draft beer to go.
Check out our Growler Guide for how much the glass costs, how much it costs to fill the growler , who offers the cool flip-top containers and even who occasionally offers specials.
Growler Guide [f8b8z]
Mobile Version of Growler Guide [f8b8z]