Walt Wit is a “nutritionist-approved “recovery” drink”

Walt Wit made the list, follow the link to see what Men’s Fitness has to say about the best “recovery” drinks to have after your workout.

6 beers you can drink after your workout

Holiday Beers – Philly Voice

Winter Wunder made the roundup of Holiday Beers to add to your wish list.

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Check us out in the Style section of The New York Times in an article titled “Pope Francis’ Visit Offers a Reason to Party”. Follow the link to read the full article.

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Holy Wooder is mentioned in this Time article “Check Out All the Crazy Ways People Are Cashing in on the Pope’s Visit to America”. It includes a great picture of our bartender friend Marianne Morrison pouring Holy Wooder at Atlantis, The Lost Bar.

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Our Holy Wooder is featured in this article from Fortune “Pope-themed beers to bless Philadelphia’s faithful”.

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“Philadelphia Brewing Co. to release Pope Francis-inspired ‘Holy Wooder’ beer for papal visit”, read more at

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Read about our papal beer offering in this article titled “Local beer maker creating ‘Holy Wooder’ for papal visit”.

Philadelphia Brewing Co. Chosen as One of the Ten Best Brewery Tours

With thousands of breweries in the USA, selection by the panel of beer experts for inclusion in the contest was an honor in itself, and being voted by USA TODAY 10Best readers into the top 10 is certainly worth bragging about! Check out the full article and all the winners here



Philadelphia Brewing Co. a Philly Original – National Geographic Travel Magazine

You will have to pick up the December issue of National Geographic Travel Magazine to read the full article about Philadelphia, but this photo gallery highlights some of our city’s treasures.


William Barton and Jamie Gauthier: Support EPA’s clean water rule for sake of Pennsylvania’s businesses

It doesn’t matter what industry you’re talking about, businesses rely on clean water to produce safe, high-quality products.

In 2001, the Philadelphia Brewing Co. acquired a 38,000-square-foot brewery facility on the city’s Frankford Avenue, filling a space that had long been vacant and bringing new life to a changing commercial corridor. Today, the wildly successful brewing company employs 30 and pays family-sustaining wages. It is also part of Pennsylvania’s fast-growing craft beer industry, which contributes more than 20,000 jobs and $2 billion annually in revenue to the state’s economy.

Follow the link to read the full article