Steam Pub

Friday, January 20, 2017 | Bars, Retailers


This unique pub keeps to its roots by incorporating local artists and even the area’s railroad tracks into its atmosphere, and creating a family-friendly vibe. Local ingredients in their widely varied menu, and 20 beers on tap–as well as dozens more bottled, like Goose Island, Starr Hill and Victory–and awesome specials on both makes this a great place for lunch, dinner or just drinks. Add in their Friday night DJ and live Saturday night entertainment, and you’ve got a place worth going any day of the week.

Steam Pub
606 2nd St Pike
Southampton, PA
(215) 942-6468
Mon-Sat 11am-2am
Sun – 9:30-2am

Station Tap in Drexel Hill

Friday, December 23, 2016 | Bars


This new little gastropub carries the finest in pub fare–wings, burgers, and an assortment of awesome sandwiches–and has 15 taps for a rotation of craft beer, including Evolution, Fat Head’s and Troegs. With a cozy atmosphere, a few TVs in case you need to catch the game, and friendly staff, this is a great place to come with the family for dinner, or a few friends on a weekend.

Station Tap
Mon-Fri 2pm-2am
Sat-Sun 11am-2am
4201 Ferne Blvd
Drexel Hill, PA 19026
(484) 469-3222

The Brick and Barrel Taphouse in Maple Glen

Tuesday, December 6, 2016 | Bars


Great beer, great food, and a great seat to view the game are all offered at Brick and Barrel. Their draft and bottle list is huge, including such breweries as Troegs, Stella Artois, and New Belgium, and their hand-crafted lunch and dinner menus offer a variety of pizzas, small plates, burgers, entrees and more. And if you’re interested in keeping up with your favorite team, they’ve got top-of-the-line video and sound systems. With drink specials six days a week, this pub is hard to beat.

870 Welsh Road
Maple Glen, PA
Hours: Daily open at 11am

Parx Casino Xlounge

Friday, July 29, 2016 | Bars


Don’t wait to go see the new Xlounge at Parx Casino. The lounge is one of Bucks County’s hottest new spots, boasting a luxe atmosphere, giant LED TVs and your favorite video poker game. Craft beers, including offerings from Victory, Goose Island and Troegs, can be found alongside wine flights and crafted cocktails. On top of all that, they have delicious small plate offerings to delight the senses and pair with your favorite beer.

And on September 9th, they’ll be hosting a Victory tap takeover that’s sure to be exciting. With a lineup of core, seasonal and limited Victory brews paired with small plates, giveaways and live music by Cara Cartney right after, you won’t want to miss this opportunity. Tasting starts at 7pm, ends at 9pm, and tickets are only $50.

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Growlers: A Brief Summary

Thursday, July 28, 2016 | Bars, Distributors, Fun


IIf you’ve been to a brewpub or certain beer retailers as of late, it’s likely you are aware of growlers. These 64 fl oz bottles are great for taking a beer home that you can’t find bottled or canned. Many breweries are trying new beers that aren’t ready to bottle yet. And aside from those, there are beers that will only ever be available on draft that you want to enjoy in the comfort of your own home. That’s when growlers come in handy–you can take home a little something special. For this reason, bringing home beer in a growler can seem like a special treat.

But where did growlers come from? The origin of the term harkens back to the late 19th century, when people would bring home beer from the pub in galvanized, lidded pails. The beer sloshing about and escaping CO2 made a growling sound for which it was named. In the 50s and 60s, beer was often taken home in waxed cardboard containers, not unlike soda cups or Chinese takeout soup containers. Eventually, certain breweries used soft-plastic gallons–like milk jugs–to sell their beer, allowing for refills for a returned empty. All of these allowed much of the CO2 to leak out. The modern growler was first introduced in Idaho by the Otto Bros. Brewery, who had not yet gotten to the point where they could bottle their product, and wanted a way for their customers to take it home. So they began to use basic half-gallon bottles that resembled moonshine jugs.

The idea has spread nationwide, allowing for small brewpubs and full breweries alike to share their special beverages with folks who’d rather enjoy them elsewhere. Although most growlers are similar to those first twist-cap jugs, many now feature ceramic-and-rubber clamp tops, and some even more closely resemble huge thermoses. For the traditional growlers, there are cooling packs to keep them chilled, and straps for ease of carrying. Now they even make half-size growlers, affectionately called howlers. While most growlers were first deposit-based, you can now just buy your own and have it filled wherever you please.

So, where can you get your growler topped off? We have a convenient list to help you find the best filling station in your area.

Montella’s Pub

Thursday, May 26, 2016 | Bars


If you’re looking for someplace to catch the next game, this may be your spot. Tons of TVs line the bar, ensuring you a great seat, and quick service ensures you have a drink and bar fare at the ready. With a 16 tap lineup, they keep the best in stock and you can enjoy a craft beer from such breweries as Victory, New Belgium or Evolution while rooting on your team. And if you’re close by, they’ve got lunch specials Monday through Saturday. So go catch a MLB game and quench your thirst.

Montella’s Pub
25 S Broad St
Lansdale, PA 19446

Victory Over Breast Cancer

Friday, October 9, 2015 | Bars, Collaboration, Victory


As most of you know, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Victory is gearing up for the cause. To help them in their efforts, you need only go to one of the locations listed below and drink one of their delicious brews, the pink Kirsch Gose. A portion of the proceeds from every pint sold go to the Victory Over Breast Cancer fund. Additionally, Victory will be selling pins, all the proceeds of which will enter the fund, which in turn will be donated to Living Beyond Breast Cancer and Fox Chase’s Irma H. Russo Breast Cancer Research Lab.

Victory’s Kirsch Gose is typically a spring seasonal, but they brew a small, special batch just for this month. It’s got a big, tart, cherry flavor and crisp carbonation that’s hard to beat, so it’s a joy to drink, especially knowing that you are doing good for the world.

So go to one of the bars listed below, look for the pink V handle, and enjoy a pint with the knowledge that you’re making a little bit of a difference.

All Participating Bars

Berks County

Bucks County

Delaware County

Montgomey County

The Pour House

Friday, October 9, 2015 | Bars, Restaurants, Retailers


North Wales welcomes a new branch of the popular Pour House chain, bringing dozens of delicious brews with them. From Goose Island to Victory on draft, and over seventy bottled options to choose from. They’ve got specials all the time, and are changing brews consistently to bring you the new and the delicious. To top it all off, pair your brew with their delicious bar fare, including snacks like pale ale onion rings and larger than life meals such as their surf and turf burger. Not to mention their Shuck-a-Buck oyster Wednesdays. The Pour House is great for when you want to try that new beer, or when you need something awesome to wash down an equally awesome meal with.

The Pour House
29 Airport Sq,
North Wales, PA

New Belgium Launch Week

Thursday, August 27, 2015 | Bars, New Belgium

We let you know earlier this summer that New Belgium would be available for the first time in PA soon, and that time is now here. If you haven’t yet tried any of the brews from the fourth-largest craft brewer in the U.S., then the time has come to get your taste buds ready. Here’s our list of distributors and bars where you can try New Belgium beers. And on September 3rd, Doylestown will be the center of a special New Belgium night, with five bars participating. Don’t miss out!

All Retailer Samplings

Bucks Retailer Samplings

Delaware Retailer Samplings

Montgomery Retailer Samplings

All Bar and Restaurant Events

Berks Bar and Restaurant Events

Bucks Bar and Restaurant Events

Delaware Bar and Restaurant Events

Montgomery Bar and Restaurant Events

Doylestown New Belgium Night Events

Nippers Bar & Pizza

Thursday, August 13, 2015 | Bars


Whether you’re in the mood for a brick oven pizza, a mouthwatering variety of seafood, or just a great beer, Nippers has got you covered. Their menu ranges from sliders to po boys to their ever-changing specials. On top of that, they’ve got awesome drink specials every day of the week, and karaoke on Thursdays and Sundays. And coming up on the 30th of August, they’ll be hosting a seafood feast including all-you-can-eat Alaskan king crab, snow crab, shrimp, clams, crab mac-n-cheese, and corn on the cob. Call ahead for reservations.

Nippers Bar & Pizza
2453 W Main St, Norristown, PA
(610) 630-7818

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