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you're forgetting that they are strange and beautiful, totally worth it.
I haven't been there in several years, but had heard from multiple people that it was on a downward slide. I've been to old city in the past year...
might be a cask or two at B&B for Archie's birthday.
My bad, I thought the drive originated in the philly area, leaving from Wilmington is a different matter.
Burley Oak rocks, love the little room with the barrel aged stuff. They were playing a show from the Dead's 72 Europe tour.
Combined with some...
Thursdays and Sundays brother.
if you leave at 3 in the morning.
I feel your pain, most of the folks I do bottle shares with are stuck in this rut.
To go beer is a sometimes thing at Hidden River these days.
Plus there had been a limit on the crowlers, four I believe.
Just did the Easton Route on Saturday, big fun, liked all three places. Sole has a separate side for growler/crowler fills, though if the place...
I'm sure a number of you have been to this place, a philly icon.
I remember one of the early beer weeks when they were serving goblets of...
Liquid Assets 94th St.
sometimes longer, like the day it starts.
They weren't small cylinders yesterday, the 2nd anniversary party rocked.
Then there are a lot of places that should not have opened, most places in this area if you ask me. In most cases, they have to open.
They may hate me for this, Hidden River.
Though they are not a brewery, Union Jack's Manatawny could be an awesome location if they were willing...
Went to school in the Albany area in the early 80s. Was bar chairman at my fraternity house, $19 half barrels of Genny Cream, 'nuff said.