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Duck-Rabbit (Farmville, North Carolina)
Brown Ale (5.6%)
Amber Ale (5.5%)
Milk Stout (5.7%)
Hoppy Bunny American Black Ale (7.3%)
Barleywine Ale* (11.0%)
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Duck-Rabbit (Farmville, North Carolina)
Brown Ale (5.6%)
Amber Ale (5.5%)
Milk Stout (5.7%)
Hoppy Bunny American Black Ale (7.3%)
Barleywine Ale* (11.0%)
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Fegley’s BrewWorks (Allentown, PA)
Hops Explosion IPA (7.0%)
Steelgaarden Wit (5.2%)
Always Sunny Pale Ale (5.2%)
Monkey Wrench Saison (7.0%)
Elongator Dopplebock (7.2%)
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Fegley’s BrewWorks (Allentown, PA)
Hops Explosion IPA (7.0%)
Steelgaarden Wit (5.2%)
Always Sunny Pale Ale (5.2%)
Monkey Wrench Saison (7.0%)
Elongator Dopplebock (7.2%)
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Stoudts Brewing Company (Adamstown, PA)
Multiple Personality Disorder* IPA / Lager (6.0%)
Big Nasty Ultra-Imperial IPA (10.5%)
Heifer-in-Wheat Hefeweizen (5.0%)
Blonde Double Maibock (7.0%)
Four Play Batch #4* (6.0%)
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Stoudts Brewing Company (Adamstown, PA)
Multiple Personality Disorder* IPA / Lager (6.0%)
Big Nasty Ultra-Imperial IPA (10.5%)
Heifer-in-Wheat Hefeweizen (5.0%)
Blonde Double Maibock (7.0%)
Four Play Batch #4* (6.0%)
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Hop Hog: This formidable India Pale Ale has a hop aroma that demands attention. The bold, citrus hop flavor is balanced by a dry malt character, which makes this refreshing ale a true classic.

Milk Stout: As one of few surviving examples the traditional English Sweet Stout, we are pleased to offer a dark ale bursting with roasted barley dryness, mellowed by addition with off non-fermentable lactose sugar, providing a minimal sweetness.

Hop Buggy: Amish grown oats, wheat and rye from Lancaster County give our hopped - up Amber Ale righteous malt body, while buggy loads of Apollo, Bravo and Cascade deliver intense hop flavor for a refreshingly well balanced brew.

Country Cream: With its light body and low hop character, our golden-colored Country Cream Ale is one easy to drink brew. Get ready to know this great tasting beer.
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$10 gets you a keepsake pint glass from the brewer and all you can drink from 7-9pm.  http://www.stbcbeer.com

Featuring:
- 2x Milk Stout
- Grand Arbor
- Hop Sun
- Live Pale Ale
- Goat Boy
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On Tap for Souther Tier U Buy The Glass this Wednesday:
- 2x Milk Stout
- Grand Arbor
- Hop Sun
- Live Pale Ale
- Goat Boy
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$10 for all the DuClaw you can drink 7-9. Keep the pint glass and stay for the raffle drawing.
DuClaw U Buy The Glass Night
Wed, February 26, 2014, 7:00 PM
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Philadelphia Brewing Company and Quizzo
New Bold IPA (7.0%)
Schwarzinger (5.0%)
Walt Wit (4.2%)
Pennsylvania Pale Ale (5.0%)
Shackamaximum Imperial Stout (8.0%)
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Philadelphia Brewing Company and Quizzo
New Bold IPA (7.0%)
Schwarzinger (5.0%)
Walt Wit (4.2%)
Pennsylvania Pale Ale (5.0%)
Shackamaximum Imperial Stout (8.0%)
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Weyerbacher Brewing (Easton, PA)
Whit Sun Wit (4.6%)
Last Chance IPA (5.9%)
Verboten Belgian-Style Pale Ale (5.9%)
Canes Venatici Maibock* (6.7%)
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Weyerbacher Brewing (Easton, PA)
Whit Sun Wit (4.6%)
Last Chance IPA (5.9%)
Verboten Belgian-Style Pale Ale (5.9%)
Canes Venatici Maibock* (6.7%)
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Tommy Knocker Brewery (Idaho Springs, Co)
Pick Axe American IPA (6.2%)
Jack Whacker Wheat (4.7%)
Maple Nut Brown Ale (4.5%)
Nice Saison (5.5%)
Legend 20th Anniv. Olde Oaked Brown Ale* (10.0%)
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Tommy Knocker Brewery (Idaho Springs, Co)
Pick Axe American IPA (6.2%)
Jack Whacker Wheat (4.7%)
Maple Nut Brown Ale (4.5%)
Nice Saison (5.5%)
Legend 20th Anniv. Olde Oaked Brown Ale* (10.0%)
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Hop Hog: 7% This formidable India Pale Ale has a hop aroma that demands attention. The bold, citrus hop flavor is balanced by a dry malt character, which makes this refreshing ale a true classic.

Kolsch: 4.8% Our German style Kolsch pays homage to the traditional beer of Cologne. It pours a pale straw color and delivers floral hop notes and smooth malt character from extended cold aging. Crisp, flavorful and refreshing, our German style Kolsch is perfect for any occasion.

Milk Stout: 5.3% As one of few surviving examples the traditional English Sweet Stout, we are pleased to offer a dark ale bursting with roasted barley dryness, mellowed by addition with off non-fermentable lactose sugar, providing a minimal sweetness.

Hop Buggy: 5.8% Amish grown oats, wheat and rye from Lancaster County give our hopped - up Amber Ale righteous malt body, while buggy loads of Apollo, Bravo and Cascade deliver intense hop flavor for a refreshingly well balanced brew.

Country Cream: 5.5% With its light body and low hop character, our golden-colored Country Cream Ale is one easy to drink brew. Get ready to know this great tasting beer.
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Hop Hog: This formidable India Pale Ale has a hop aroma that demands attention. The bold, citrus hop flavor is balanced by a dry malt character, which makes this refreshing ale a true classic.

Milk Stout: As one of few surviving examples the traditional English Sweet Stout, we are pleased to offer a dark ale bursting with roasted barley dryness, mellowed by addition with off non-fermentable lactose sugar, providing a minimal sweetness.

Hop Buggy: Amish grown oats, wheat and rye from Lancaster County give our hopped - up Amber Ale righteous malt body, while buggy loads of Apollo, Bravo and Cascade deliver intense hop flavor for a refreshingly well balanced brew.

Country Cream: With its light body and low hop character, our golden-colored Country Cream Ale is one easy to drink brew. Get ready to know this great tasting beer.
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Abbaye U Buy The Glass Night 
Smuttynose Brewing Company
3/12  |  7-9pm  |  $10

FEATURING:
Finestkind IPA
Star Island Belgian
Noonan Black IPA
Robust Porter
Shoals Pale Ale
Smuttynose Brewing U Buy The Glass
Wed, March 12, 2014, 7:00 PM
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Thanks for writing this up!  Hope to see you next year.
 
Steph competed in the competetive pounding of #vegan  chicken wings (the wings were vegan, not the chickens they came from...they didn't come from chickens, because they were vegan...the wings, not the chickens...no chickens were invovled is what I'm saying) at...

The Fourth Annual Vegan Wing Bowl at The Abbaye in Philly.
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637 N 3rd St Philadelphia, PA 19123, United States
637 North 3rd StreetUSPennsylvaniaPhiladelphia19123
(215) 627-6711theabbaye.net
$$Belgian Restaurant, GastropubToday 11:30 am – 2:00 am
Monday 11:30 am – 2:00 amTuesday 11:30 am – 2:00 amWednesday 11:30 am – 2:00 amThursday 11:30 am – 2:00 amFriday 11:30 am – 2:00 amSaturday 10:00 am – 2:00 amSunday 10:00 am – 2:00 am
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Welcome to The Abbaye Bar and Restaurant. The Abbaye is a great place to enjoy yourself and leave your troubles behind. Need to quench your thirst? Choose from our excellent selection of draft and bottle beer, an elegant wine list or a cocktail from a top shelf bar. Hungry? Our menu is seasonally inspired using the freshest local ingredients and our specials menu is always changing for your dining pleasure. We look forward to seeing you soon!
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No-frills bar with a rotating beer list & food menu that includes several vegetarian options.- Google
"Seitan cheese steak= yum."
"By the time we did order they were out of waffles and french toast."
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a year ago
I went for Sunday brunch with a friend and it was crowded, but we were able to sit down right away. This was my first time, but my friend said that it was never this crowded. The waitress seemed flustered with the amount of customers she had, and did take a long time to take our order and even give us menus. By the time we did order they were out of waffles and french toast. Then we waited a very long time for our food, close to an hour. Once we got our food it was delicious! However, we then started to hear that they were running out of even more things. This cut the brunch menu down to very few items. This may be a very good restaurant at other times, but if you're looking for a brunch place on Sunday and you're running a little later than the normal crowd, I wouldn't recommend to come here.
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Rebekah Decker
3 years ago
seitan cheese steak= yum
A Google User
5 years ago
It was not my first time at this place. I have eaten there before on numerous occassions and was always satisfied. It just happened that when I brought a bunch of my friends, we had an unfortunate experience. The waiter messed up our drink orders, but nevertheless, claimed 20% gratuity, when he ALREADY processed our credit card payments. The manager did not resolve the situation. My advice - go somewhere else. There are plenty of nice places in Northern Liberties with BETTER service.
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A Google User
5 years ago
This place is a terrific neighborhood bar and restaurant.keep up the friendly vibe. People bitch about stuff to see themselves in print.
Dotty Bice
a year ago
Very good.
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Wil Reynolds
2 years ago
Burger is killer, rotating taps keeps ya guessing.
A Google User
4 years ago
A great place to grab a great beer when you are in the neighborhood. The food is amazing but their brunch leaves something to be desired. If you love good beer from a variety of different places than this bar is for you. It has no frills, just a good place to grab a drink. Living in the neighborhood, I can see this place becomming my "Cheers".
A Google User
3 years ago
when ever I get the taste for a big juicy burger I go to ABBAYE. They are the best!! Good to the last drop. I work in the area so I can walk there and most of my co workers really enjoy them too.