Make Captain Planet proud this Arbor Day by joining TreePhilly and Yards Brewing Company as they celebrate the holiday with free trees, free beer and free T-shirts for during their third annual #ArbrewDay. Read more »
On Sunday, May 1st, Yards Brewing Co. is hosting their 9th Annual Philadelphia Real Ale Invitational, which will feature more than 50 firkins of cask-conditioned beer from breweries around the world.
This is kind of like a second Christmas for serious beer drinkers–a boozy, international, day-long Christmas where Santa brings you nothing but lots and lots of beer.
This Sunday morning, you could be a total sloth and lounge in your pajamas until your stomach starts to growl then toast a three-day-old bagel and top it with whatever you have in the fridge and call it brunch. But frankly, that sounds sad. So instead, we say join up with the folks from Yards Brewing Company for their next #yardsbRUNch run.
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This Sunday, the Fairmount Park Conservancy is teaming up with Yards Brewing Company for a free five-mile run that sounds just lovely: The run will meet at 11:15 a.m. at Franklin Square at 6th and Race streets and will take runners through four of William Penn’s original parks, Franklin Square, Washington Square, Rittenhouse Square and Logan Circle.
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Guy, guys, guys: STOP what you’re doing and open your calendar to Sunday, October 9th. Now write down “Yards Brewing Company 5,000 Yards Dash,” because that, my friends, is what you will be doing that Sunday. The Great American Brewery Runs series just added the brand spankin’ new race — which starts and ends at Yards Brewing Company on Delaware Avenue — to the this year’s race roster. Read more »
Now that it’s looking like most of us will be snowed in this weekend, it’s time to take a peek in your fridge. You’ve got the milk and eggs, but do you have the beer? If not, now’s the time to stock up—but before you head to your local bottle shop, check out this list of some of our favorite winter beers.
Don’t you love when a plan comes together? Well, here’s a plan that would have been 20 years in the making … if any of the planners had actually thought of it 20 years ago.
There is nothing — nothing — I want more on a Sunday morning than a big ol’ plate of chocolate chip pancakes and an equally large mimosa. And maybe a side of veggie sausage, if I’m feeling particularly indulgent. But starting one’s Sunday with a giant plate of carbohydrates and a cup of alcohol isn’t really the best way to, you know, feel good about your decisions. Unless, of course, you run to said plate of carbohydrates and cup of alcohol, burning off calories en route and earning it — er, at least earning a few bites of it. We’re guessing Keith Zonderwyk at Yards Brewing Company had some similar thoughts in mind when he decided to start the #yardsbRUNch running series, which kicks off this Sunday, December 6th.
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