- City Taphouse
3925 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19104, United States
Events At This Venue
On Saturday, August 18 we’re headed to City Tap House in Philadelphia for their annual crab Crabfest. Crabfest is a bargain: for $35 ($30 if you buy by Aug. 6) you can eat as much crab as you can crack, butter and devour between 1 and 4pm. As if that wasn’t enough, we’re bringing $3 cans of East India Pale Ale and Lager to quench your thirst. Opportunities to stuff your self with crab don’t come along every day, so do yourself a favor, follow @taphousephilly on Twitter, buy your tickets today, and don’t miss Crabfest on August 18th.
Celebrate everyone’s favorite seasonal gourd at Pumpkin Smash at the City Taphouse on October 7. The event will feature live music, a pumpkin pie eating contest and 25 pumpkin beers on tap. If you purchase the $10 keepsake tasting glass, your first pumpkin beer is free-a handy way to fill your fancy new glass. For more information or to reserve a glass, contact jmcgarvey [at] publichouseuse.com.
Not all battles are fought with violence. Put some flowers in your hair and head to City Tap House on Saturday, December 8 for a night of Brooklyn Brewery beers and Grateful Dead music. Brooklyn Brewery Brand Manager Miles Moser’s band will be there to play two full sets of Grateful Dead songs as our beers peacefully take over the taps, bringing the likes of:
+Brooklyn Brown Ale
+ Brooklyn BLAST!
+ Brooklyn Black Chocolate Stout
+ Brooklyn Sorachi Ace
+ Brooklyn Winter Ale
+ Brooklyn Fiat Lux
+ Brooklyn There Will Be Black
Join all your old friends and drink those taps dry!
Come out to the City Taphouse’s 2013 Beer-B-Q this Saturday, April 20 from noon to 4 pm for a day of jams, beer and pork. Brooklyn Brewery is the featured brewery for the event, and we’re throwing down four-yes, four-different firkin versions of East India Pale Ale and a tap attack of all your favorite Brooklyn Brewery beers. It gets even better-Brooklyn Brewery drafts are only $4, cans are $3, and all the pork you can handle is $20. Pleasing your ears as your pleasure your palate will be Brooklyn Brewery’s own Miles Moser and his band Estimated Profit. Get your tickets here today.