Summer is here! It is a great time to be outside and enjoy the beach, whether you “head down the shore” or are “going to the beach” we’ve got a list of some great summer activities coming up. Make sure you stop by and see us before, located off I-95, so you don’t have to pay beach prices for all your beer, wine and liquor needs.[Read more…] about Summer Events at the Delaware Beaches and Jersey Shore
There’s nothing more American than Baseball and Beer. They just go together. With the season in full swing, there are plenty of home games for the Phillies coming up at Citizens Bank Park .
Philadelphia has been serving up beer since well before our founding fathers signed the Declaration of Independence. In fact, “Philadelphia’s beer roots can be traced back to 1680 when the city’s founder, William Penn, began construction on a brewery.” ~ The Oxford Companion to Beer definition of Philadelphia[Read more…] about Baseball & Beer Go Together
We don’t know about you, but our favorite thing about fall is definitely Oktoberfest and football season. Any excuse to drink beer, eat bratwurst and get together to watch our favorite team play sport is a good idea!
If you live in Delaware or surrounding areas, get excited because an official start to Oktoberfest is only a few weeks away starting on September 20th. This 3-day celebration in Newark, Delaware, is nothing short of amazing, so make sure to check it out! For more information about this festival and where to go, park, eat and parade, check out this website.
Harvest Festivals and Punkin Chunkin and Sea Witches … OH MY!
Autumn is the perfect time to get out and celebrate the season. Whether you take a drive or bike ride to admire the beautiful fall colors, throw a football tailgate party, attend one of the many fall festivals or head to the local pumpkin patch; there is so much to do and so many ways to hang with friends and family.
I’m personally partial to the cool autumns days and the changing colors of the trees. Why not get a plan together of all the fall activities you’d like to attend and be sure to get at least one fall hike in before the winter weather arrives.