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StrEATS Philly Tickets on Sale Now; American Sardine Bar Rolls Out the
Plus, Noord is popping up at Farm and Fisherman, and Sly Fox’s new topless cans are causing a stir.
Fette Sau Rolling Out Barrels of Custom Brewed Beers This Week
For the first tapping, both beers will be offered at special low price.
Jean-Georges’s Sub Sandwich; Wine Dinner at La Slowteria
Plus: Jean-Georges creates a sandwich to benefit Sandy victims, more benefits, a special wine dinner at La Slowteria in Carroll Gardens, and more in today’s leftovers.
Dock Street and Four Seasons Team Up… Again; Flying Fish Debuts Its
The new Dock Street and Four Seasons collaboration goes on tap next week.
Second Brewery In the Works For Victory Brewing Co.
More awesome, locally-brewed beer is on its way.
On Tap This Weekend: Haggis, Tripels, Barrels and Bugs
Smell the haggis, drink the bugs.
Hop Sausages and Beer Caramel Are on the Menu For Southwark’s Fall Harvest
Southwark’s Nick Macri explains his hop sausage.
Resurrection Ale House Plays Hosts to the ‘Changing of the Guards’
Woods repped Sly Fox for years and is moving on to work for Allagash.
How Will Yuengling’s Oktoberfest Stack Up Against Others?
It’s the first Oktoberfest brew in Yeungling’s 182 years in business.
Scrapple News’ A.P. Ticker Has Something to Say About AB InBev’s
America’s last honest newsman is squealing mad about big beer.
What Makes Southwark’s Pork So Darn Good?
In city preoccupied with all things porcine, proclaiming the tastiest pork is a bold move.
The Other Blogs
Shmitten Kitten Debuts Its Private Label Beer Tonight
The new beer is a collaboration between the local dating blog and Sly Fox Brewery.
Haggis Takes Center Stage at Celebration For Scottish Poet; Frankenfoods Will
Plus: Andrew Lloyd Weber auctions off $5.5 million worth of French wines; and whole-roasted pigs and sushi platters buck traditional Super Bowl foods, all in our morning news roundup.
Pub & Kitchen Provides Much Needed Relief During Restaurant Week
The Pub & Kitchen crew wants to provide relief for Restaurant Week’s huddled masses of hungry, tired and in need of drink industry folks.
Pardon Me, But You’ve Got Your Dunkel in My Yakima
The Sly Fox brew was one of only seven American-brewed beers the Times panel tasted.
Stoudt’s and Sly Fox Score High in American Pale Ale Rankings
Asimov takes a breather from the fruited plains and turns his attention to amber waves of grain.
Local Pilsners Get the
Two local beers get a national mag shout-out