Devil’s Den Does Dogfish Head Weekend; Green Rock Tavern Celebrates Pierogies Week

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NoLibs: The German Society of Pennsylvania and sommelier to the stars, Marnie Old, are hosting their first ever Bierfest on Saturday. From 1 to 5 p.m. Philly Roller Girls will be pouring and serving brews from Yuengling, Troegs, Sly Fox, Stoudts, Victory and more. Reps from Yuengling, Troegs and Victory will also lead a panel discussion on “The Future of Craft Lager.” Check out phillybierfest2012.com for ticket info. [Grub Street]

Center City: Reading Terminal Market celebrates 120 years Saturday with a special, black tie optional gala at the market with cocktails, dancing, food and jazz. Things get underway at 8 p.m. [Foobooz]

Wash West: Franklin Mortgage & Investment’s Al Sotack is teaming up with Farmers’ Cabinet’s Phoebe Esmon for a special booze-filled brunch that includes a complimentary bowl of punch made with Angel’s Envy bourbon. [Meal Ticket]

South Philly: Devil’s Den is doing a Dogfish Head Weekend, tapping al kinds of rare and wonderful Dogfish Head brews, including the elusive 120 Minute IPA, and pairing them with “Off-Centered” tapas dishes. [Devil’s Den/Facebook]

Fairmount: La Calaca Feliz rocks its late night happy hour Friday and Saturday from 10 p.m to midnight. [lacalacafeliz/Twitter]

Port Richmond: Green Rock Tavern kicks of Pierogi Week Sunday, beginning a week-long festival of all things pierogi related. On offer are standard Polis comforts like potato, cheese and sauerkraut pierogies, as well as more daring concoctions like pork, peanut butter and Nutella. [Phoodie]

North Broad: Looks like Cookie Confidential conspirators are taking their show on the road and launching a sweets truck on Temple University’s campus. [uwishunu]

Devil’s Den Does Dogfish Head Weekend; Green Rock Tavern Celebrates Pierogies