Category - Beer Rediscovered

Chimay Triple – Patrick O’Neill

Last week, Patrick O’Neill, GM of The Belgian Café, was bartending when someone sat down at the bar and asked him, “What’s your favorite beer on tap?” “[The customer] didn’t give any parameters or anything,” says O’Neill. “So, I glanced at the 12...

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Amstel Light – Duke Corbett

On the hottest summer days, nothing beats a crisp, cold beer. For Duke Corbett, the General Manager of Palz Tap House in Huntington Valley, that beer is Amstel Light. Back in the ‘80s, Corbett drank American light lagers until a friend told him to...

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Sierra Nevada Pale Ale – Jeff Lavin

In 1980, was the hottest new beer around, taking the beer world by storm. Using only Cascade hops, this beer brought unique pine and grapefruit flavors to a market dominated by lagers. “Back in the early ‘90s, a friend of mine brought some Sierra...

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By Anita Smith This is the time of year when we find ourselves daydreaming about warmer weather. As we shovel snow off our driveways and scrape ice off our windshields, some of us may wonder why we haven’t moved to Southern California yet. While we...

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Allagash White – Brendan Hartranft

“Twenty years ago, I never would have thought that every single bar would have a Belgian white on draught,” says Brendan Hartranft of Clarkville, Local 44 & Strangelove’s. But walk into your favorite beer bar in Philadelphia these days...

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Früh Kölsch – Doug Hager

By Anita Smith In a world where breweries try to outdo each other by creating the most outside-of-the-box, multi-hopped beer, it’s nice to revisit a straight-forward, classic brew. That’s Doug Hager’s philosophy, anyway. Hager co-owns the popular...

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By Anita Smith South Philly’s Devil’s Den is a craft beer-lovers’ paradise. The popular gastropub offers 17 rotating draughts, 200 bottled beers (everything from your run-of-the-mill brews to hard-to-find crafts and imports), plus delicious grub and...

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Früh Kölsch – Alex Bokulich

Früh Kölsch still surprises after 120 years By Chris Munden   The booming session beer movement hadn’t yet begun when Alex Bokulich joined Brü Craft & Wurst (1316 Chestnut Street) as General Manager in 2013. “I was an ale drinker when I...

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