Goose Island Brewhouse is Coming to Fishtown (Photo: Goose Island Twitter)

Philadelphia, PAPhillyBite gooseisland - Chicago’s Goose Island Beer Company  is moving to Fishtown. The new Goose Island Brewhouse is coming to 1002 Canal Street in Fishtown this March It will be a place to kick back and enjoy Goose Island beers and gastro-pub eats like mussels, burgers, and hanger steak.

The King & Bud Light - Eagles Fans, Get Your Free Beer

PhillyBite Dily PhillyPhiladelphia, PA - After the Philadelphia Eagles won their first Super Bowl LII in team history. Bud Light stepped forward with a post and ad in the Philadelphia Inquirer promising to hand out FREE Bud Light at 25 bars and taverns along the Eagles parade route on February 8.

“On the day of the parade, we invite all fans 21+ to join us in raising the Kingdom’s favorite light lager in celebration of the big win,” Twitter Post. “Look for Bud Light reps at multiple taverns along the parade route where we will buy fans one Bud Light." “Congrats, Philadelphia! And please enjoy responsibly! Philly Philly!”


Hear ye, Hear ye, Citizens of Philadelphia:

"The Eagle hath flown and your triumph
in battle hath inspired the King to make
good on his promise: during the great
victory parade, Bud Light shall floweth
in the taverns along the parade trail."

"Joineth us and thy brave knight,
Sir Lane Johnson, for the parade of
tickered tapes, cheesed steaks, and the
kingdom's favored lighteth lager."

"l thus decree that Henceforth, this
parade day shalt be known as
Philly Philly Day!"

The King & Bud Light
Enjoyeth Responsibly


Photo: Victory Brewery Twitter)

Philadelphia, PAPhillyBite Brewery Bet - In the spirit of brotherly love, we’ve teamed up with our lager-loving neighbor Victory Brewing Company to cheer for Philly and wager a friendly bet against Samuel Adams and Jack’s Abby of New England. Check out the Twitter Smackdown here. We’re confident that we’ll be kickin’ back with a 6-pack watching the GOATs lose to the underdogs!

South Philly's Devil's Den

PhillyBite10South Philadelphia, PA - They say devil is in the details, or perhaps he hangs out at 11th and Ellsworth. Since April 2008 the Devil’s Den opened to bring the best of craft and import beer and pub fare to the South Philly Neighborhood. The restaurant owner Erin Wallace, who also owns Manayunk’s Old Eagle Tavern, named the Devil’s Den after the Gettysburg battle site- one of the bloodiest battles. A photo of the battle actually hangs above the fireplace in the restaurant.

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