Dock Street Announces Lineup of Philly Beer Week 2013 Events

Dock Street BrewingBefore the chaos of Philly Beer Week begins, a word about a few standout events with Dock Street…


Philadelphia Premiere of Michael Jackson Beer Hunter

Monday June 3rd, 7-10pm @ Dock Street

‘Beer Hunter’ is the documentary film about the beloved and influential beer and whiskey journalist Michael Jackson. His thoughts and words on beer inspired and shaped the course of the craft beer renaissance in the US. It is the effect of Michael’s influence that brings us together to celebrate Philly Beer Week today.


Enjoy a night of good company, good chatter and good beer as we pay tribute to one of beer’s finest! Tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at the door. Tickets include two beers, a whiskey toast, hors d’oeuvres and a donation that will be made to Parkinson research foundation. Carolyn Smagalski and other friends of Michael will regale us with stories. In words that Rosemarie and Michael shared just weeks before he died, “Here’s to Love and Passion.” And you are invited for a night of just that.


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Dock Street 5th Annual FREE Music Fest

Sunday June 9th, 2-6pm at Dock Street

1 part: FREE live, local and diabolic music.

1 part: Freshly brewed, delicious beers.

1 part: DS award winning pizzas.

1 part: Outdoor games like canjam and ladder toss.

…The ingredients for a perfect Sunday afternoon!


Celebrate an end to all the mirth and ruckus of Philly Beer Week 2013! Music starts at 2pm. The lineup includes: On the Water, Post Sun Times, Norwegian Arms and more! Beers start flowing around 2 as well. AND, Pimp My Rye makes its yearly return along with a few other specialty brews. Don’t miss it. That would just be silly!


‘Without music and beer, life would be a mistake.”- Dock Street Brewery by way of Nietzsche

Trappist IPA Release

Friday June 7th, 12pm at Dock Street

Scott Morrison of DS, Tom Peter’s of Monk’s and George Hummel of Homesweet Homebrew teamed up at Dock Street for a brew back in Fall of 2012. The beer they created is inspired by Orval. Brewed with saccharomyces and brettanomyces for a moderate sour character. Citrus, grassy notes from Sonnet and East Kent Goldings hops. This collaboration is a rare and wonderful thing, obviously the beer is limited. 750ml bottles on sale at DS Friday June 7th at noon.


Beer Four All Seasons Summer Release- Crackle & Squeeze

Thursday June 6th at Four Seasons Beer Garden

Get the first sips of Dock Street/Four Seasons summer collaboration- Crackle & Squeeze brewed with meyer lemon, cracked black pepper and Sicilian pink pepper. Plus a variety of Dock Street’s specialty ales & lagers. Live music and food from the city’s best food trucks. All of this in one of Philadelphia’s most beautiful settings.

See you all soon and cheers!

Dock Street Crew

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