Here is a slimmed-down view of just the events scheduled for Sunday the 16th. It's one last opportunity to change your mind! I will also denote where I will attempt to be during the day.
I've taken liberties to modify the descriptions for each event to conserve space. As always, refer to the official schedule of record over at PBW 2008 website for complete details.
** Where to find The Brew Lounge on 3/16:**
10am beer PAYG brunch buffet $15.95
Belgian Beer Sunday Brunch @ Drafting Room (both locations)
Join us for a Belgian Beer Sunday Brunch Buffet while we pour Belgian beer from De Proef (Flemish Primitive), Blaugies (La Moneuse), Duysters (Loterbol Bruin), De Graal (Hector Tripel). While drinking fine beer our buffet will be enhanced with Belgium menu items like: Mussels in a lager beer broth, waffles served with a cherry lambic syrup, Belgian cheese fondue, roasted garlic steak frittes with garlic chive aioli, carved maple porter glazed pork loin, and stout-spiked chocolate cake.
Stone Brunch @ Teresa’s Next Door
Featuring local rep Scott Sheridan and many rare Stone kegs such as Double Bastard ’06, Imperial Stout ’06, 11th Anniversary Black IPA and more to come from the cellars of Stone Brewing!
Sunday Morning Brunch @ South Philadelphia Tap Room
Wake up Sunday morning with discounted Bell's Java Stout and brunch.
Pennsylvania Brunch @ Fork
Join Fork in welcoming nationally-noted beer writer Lew Bryson for a special brunch featuring a breakfast variety of local beers from his book Pennsylvania Breweries.
Brunch @ The P.O.P.E.
Featuring Flying Fish Apple Jack Grand Cru Beer on draft until last call.
Real Ale Festival @ Triumph Brewing
Co–hosted by Yards Brewing and Triumph, this fest will feature traditional cask-conditioned ales and participation by over 20 local breweries. A few surprises and special guests are also in the works.
Winter Adventure Tour of Eastern State Penitentiary and Early Beer Dinner with Stoudt's Brewery @ London Grill
Meet at London Grill and owner Terry McNally and Stoudt’s Brewery owner Carol Stoudt will first take you to Eastern State Penitentiary for a tour of this historic site. Back at London enjoy a three-course dinner with Stoudt’s beers.
Meet the brewer: Chris the Enabler of Philadelphia Brewing @ Good Dog
Chris “the enabler” Morris of Philadelphia Brewing will join us to impart his wisdom on why Kölsch is the beer of the future, and other smart things.
Drie Fonteinen Tasting with Armand Debelder @ Monk's Cafe
We'll be serving Armand's Gueuze, Kriek, Schaersbeek Kriek, Homage (frambozen), and a straight lambic. Armand is a traditional lambic blender who now brews his own lambics for blending. A small snack will be served.
Ladies Beer Tea @ The Belgian Café
There will be unique beers, including a special surprise, paired with a twist on high tea with savories, tea sandwiches, and dessert complimenting the beers.
5pm $20 entrance fee
Mussel Eating Competition. @ ZoT
$100 gift certificate to ZoT for the winner. Half the profits donated to the Red Cross.
Authentic German Menu @ The Blue Ox
Highlights from 10 years of Dinners with Michael Jackson @ Monk’s Café
Our dinner will feature six of our favorite pairings from the past 10 years of dinners with Michael Jackson. We are donating $15 from each ticket sale to the National Parkinson's Foundation to honor Michael's lifetime of contributions to the world of beer.
7:05pm no cover; PAYG
T.U.D. - The Last Huzzah of Philly Beer Week @ Fergie’s Pub
Karaoke party with local and transient brewers and the ladies of In Pursuit of Ale. Plus special guest bartenders from the brewing profession serving $3 imperial pints of craft brews on tap. Say Goodbye to all the beer madness with that T.U.D. (Totally Unnecessary Drink)
Who Loves It In The Can-Fest 2008 @ Aspen Restaurant
Canned offerings with something for everyone, from Sly Fox Phoenix Dunkle to Oskar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale to good old PBR.
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