Brooklyn Brewery Mash is hopping to Philly September 27- October 4th for a week of food, beer, music and the very best carousing. The city of brotherly love has an intimate affection for good beer. Once known of the “cradle of American libation,” Philly is home to the first and largest city-based beer week. See below for some of the highlights of all the events we’ll be throwing, and be sure to check out the Mash website here for full event info and tickets.Check out the lineup below.
Brooklyn Beer Here
Saturday, September 27- Sunday, September 28th: Kick off the Mash with pairings, and beer brunch and a rare beer tap attack.
Dinner On the Farm with Chefs Mitch Prensky and Andrew Gerson
Sunday, September 28th, 3pm, Green Meadow Farm, $55: Head to Green Meadow Farm for a family-style farm dinner made by Chef Andrew and Chef Mitch of Supper with farm tours, Brooklyn beer, local food, live music, and games.
Craft Beer Revolution with Yards, Forest & Main, Barren Hill, Brooklyn & Joe Sixpack
Monday, September 29th, 6:00pm, Yards Brewing Company, $6: Steve Hindy is joined by local heroes of brewing to discuss all things craft beer.
Mash EDU: Beer & Italian Cheese with Emilio Mignucci of DiBruno Brothers
Tuesday, September 30th, 5pm, Vetri Ristorante, tickets: Italian cheeses are numerous, diverse, and rich in both taste and tradition. Who better to help us taste our way through Italy’s finest than Chef Adam Leonti, chef di cucina at Vetri, Emilio Mignucci, third-generation owner of Philadelphia’s most lauded cheesemonger, DiBruno Brothers, and Brooklyn Brewery Chef Andrew Gerson.
Slow Supper with Dinner Lab
Friday, October 3rd, 7pm, Secret TBA location, $60: Chef Andrew teams up with Chef Chris Bailey of Dinner Lab Philly for a multi-course beer dinner with live music in a pop-up location.