The Old City Philadelphia Craft Beer Scene – Which Places Should You Go?
Eulogy Belgian Tavern - a key stop on the Old City Philadelphia craft beer scene - 136 Chestnut Street
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Eulogy Belgian Tavern - - 136 Chestnut Street - Chestnut Between Front and 2nd Streets - 215.413.1918
Eulogy Belgian Tavern was opened in January 2003, by a Belgian-American entrepreneur, in a historic building that in 1832, hosted the jewelers Bailey, Banks, and Biddle.
The Best Places for Craft Beer in Old City
This is just a partial list...
Triumph Brewing Company - 117 Chestnut Street - Chestnut between Front and 2nd Streets - 215.625.0855
Eulogy Belgian Tavern-
Beneluxx Tasting Room - 33 South 3rd Street - 3rd between Market and Chestnut Streets. 267.318.7269
The Khyber - 56 South 2nd Street - 2nd between Market and Chestnut Streets - 215.238.5888 - One of the oldest bars in Philadelphia, the Khyber remains a highly relevant part of the craft beer scene.
The Triumph Brewing Company
Triumph Brewing Company
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