Re: Peter & Jamil's NHC Tour - Pennsylvania Area

Fri Mar 15, 2013 4:09 pm

Breweries in the city limits:
YARDS- ONE OF MY FAVORITES
Philadelphia brewing company- I don't think it's worth the time
Brewpubs in the city limits:
Nodding Head - a must visit
Triumph- decent
Dock Street- pretty good
Earth+bread+brewery
Manayunk brewery- eh
Tired hands brewing company

North philly suburbs:
Prism- unique but hit or miss
Round guys- about 10 mins from prism
Neshaminy Creek
Free will
Forrest and main -
Iron hill - I like the Chestnut Hill location best
Vault brewing company
Naked brewing company
Appalachian brewing company- not worth the drive
Rock bottom - decent
Sly Fox - also one of my favorites
West of Philly
Troegs - awesome beer
Victory
Stoudts
Lancaster brewing company

Allentown/Easton
Weyerbacher -great beer worth a trip
Fegleys brewworks
Golden Avalanche brewing

Jersey
River horse brewing co
Aftershock
Flying fish
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Re: Peter & Jamil's NHC Tour - Pennsylvania Area

Sat Mar 16, 2013 4:00 am

Also you may want to get the obligatory visit to monks out of the way before the conference starts. Philly bars are small and are usually full with just locals. If you throw in 3000 beer geeks then there is going to be lines down the block to get in. The good beer bars in that area are: Monks, Nodding head, Good Dog, José Pistolas. They are all within a couple of blocks from another and will probably have lines during the conference. Although Paxton knows the owner of Monks and Nodding Head so maybe he could get you in the back door.
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Re: Peter & Jamil's NHC Tour - Pennsylvania Area

Mon Mar 18, 2013 7:34 pm

Excellent tips everyone. Wouldn't mind meeting up with folks if we can make it happen. I'm letting Peter do most of the planning.
I hope my post helped in some way. If not, please feel free to contact me.

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Re: Peter & Jamil's NHC Tour - Pennsylvania Area

Mon Mar 18, 2013 8:34 pm

jamilz wrote:Excellent tips everyone.

Heh... Jamil likes your tip.
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Re: Peter & Jamil's NHC Tour - Pennsylvania Area

Tue Mar 19, 2013 7:43 am

spiderwrangler wrote:
jamilz wrote:Excellent tips everyone.

Heh... Jamil likes your tip.


Wait til he see's the rest of it, he'll be following me around all week like a lost puppy!
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Re: Peter & Jamil's NHC Tour - Pennsylvania Area

Tue Mar 19, 2013 10:55 am

What are you doing to those poor lost puppies!?!?!
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Re: Peter & Jamil's NHC Tour - Pennsylvania Area

Tue Mar 19, 2013 11:31 am

Ozwald wrote:What are you doing to those poor lost puppies!?!?!

I'll never tell, the ASPCA will lock me up for sure.
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