The dinner features fried fish and more paired with the Michigan brewer's finest beers.
The new spot fills the void near 15th and South that Tritone left vacant.
Troegs reps will go head to head with P.O.P.E. staff in rounds of beer pong.
This time around the pop-up will have booze and new dishes.
If all goes according to plan, the brewery could start brewing as soon as this fall.
Efforts to allow beer distributors to sell six-packs could cut into bar-owners' profits from take-out sales.
Go ahead and enjoy a couple drinks, Uber's got your ride home under control.
Plus: Fish reels in Sunday brunch; and Johnny Brenda's serves up saisons.
The next one doesn't come until September 2013.
Calagione maintains that he and his employees are just as much nerds about music as they are about beer.
The new spot will have it all.
The South Philly installment of the Food Trust's ongoing street fairs was one of the largest, and perhaps greatest to date.
Iron Chef Garces teams with Sixpoint, while Matyson's Chef Puchowitz riffs of cookout cuisine.
Dragon Burgers, and all manner of wursts and schnitzels are on the daytime bill of fare.
The cookout will serve as a first taste of forthcoming Blue Belly BBQ.
With David Chang, Mario Batali, and the Joe Beef dudes on board, you know the party's going to rock.
The gorgeous garden in back of the restaurant serves as the setting for the sudsy, al fresco frolic.
Teams will square off to see who can hold on the longest.
The brewer is bringing beer, and fresh cheese curds from Canada.