‘A true testament to him’: Fishtown Beer Runners celebrate late founder with memorial run

On Saturday at Philadelphia Brewing Co., more than 200 people paid tribute to David April, who founded the group more than 15 years ago.

A Toast to Pennsylvania Distilleries, Breweries and Wineries


The 6 best neighborhoods to explore in Philadelphia

At Philadelphia Brewing, one of the oldest breweries in town, visitors can tour the facility to learn about its history and process before sampling Pennsylvania Pale Ale and Walt Wit, an unfiltered Belgian-style white ale.

Philadelphia Brewing cancels beer release after city destroys its hops

Philadelphia Brewing Co. was forced to cancel the release of its Harvest from the Hood IPA after city workers mowed down its entire crop of hops

Philadelphia Brewery’s Hops Harvest Destroyed By City

The locally-grown hops were intended to be used in the brewery’s annual “Harvest from the Hood” ale.

Philadelphia Accidentally Destroyed a Brewery’s Hop Garden

The hops were to be used in a seasonal ale

BYO beer: How to pick the right ales, lagers, and stouts for BYOB restaurants

Craving sushi? How about Indian? Want to know what beer pairs best with the cuisine you’re craving? Read on!

50 states: 50 beers for travelers

In honor of National Beer Day on April 7, USA Today tracked down the perfect beer for travelers in each state.

6 beers you can drink after your workout

These brews aren’t just delicious—they’re also nutritionist-approved “recovery” drinks.

Shelter Me: Yappy Hours and Caturdays

Have an affinity for felines? The Pennsylvania SPCA holds Caturdays at the Philadelphia Brewing Company. Caturdays are one Saturday a month in the brewery’s tasting room.

10 local holiday beers to add to your wish list

Winter warmers and spicy ales to make your spirits bright.

Pope Francis’ Visit Offers a Reason to Party

The Philadelphia Brewing Company made a Belgian-style tripel called the Holy Wooder that was so popular, it sold out days before the pope arrived.

Pope-themed beers to bless Philadelphia’s faithful

Philadelphia brewers don’t need divine intervention to come up with a creative way to toast Pope Francis’s visit to the City of Brotherly Love. A small batch of beer with a funky sounding name will do just fine.

Local beer maker creating ‘Holy Wooder’ for papal visit

Pope Francis and his pilgrims will have more than water and wine to drink this September.

Cover Story: Spirits of Independence

With its flowering window boxes and painted sign, the 38,000-square-foot brick home of Philadelphia Brewing Company stands like a centerpiece in this Kensington neighborhood of faux-dive bars, pizza parlors and thrift shops that serve a growing clientele of artists and musicians. But the scenery wasn’t always so pretty.