CALLOWHILL — Brick and Mortar, the modern American tavern on the ground floor of the Goldtex building, has a bit of a cocktail reputation preceding it. But beer is also a priority there, and with a nice little collection of micro-brews, BAM is a destination drinking spot in the Loft District. Among its 12-tap system, one line gets dedicated to fans of the macro-beer, but tomorrow, April 13, Miller Lite will ends its tenure, and in its place, Founders Curmudgeon. To celebrate the all-micro list, they'll tap the keg at 6 p.m., and offer $2 Curmudgeons next to $2 Miller Lite and High Life bottles and $2 Founder's All Day IPAs. At 7 p.m., listen to a Founders rep deliver a eulogy for the Death of the Macro.
SOUTH PHILLY — Local craft brewer Troegs will be at Devil's Den tomorrow, April 13, taking over six taps while guests color inside the lines with Troegs-branded coloring books. Event starts at 7 to 11 p.m., Draft list is here:
- Scratch 231 Chocolate Stout on Nitro
- Scratch 230 Gose with Raspberry
- Scratch 227 Saison
- Perpetual IPA
- Solid Sender Pale Ale
- Sunshine Pilsner
READING TERMINAL MARKET — Reading Terminal continues its Movies at the Market series with a screening of Nick Cage action/adventure National Treasure (a few scenes in the movie were filmed at the Market), on Thursday, April 14, starting promptly at 7 p.m. It's BYOB, and reservations aren't required, but they are recommended. And for those who like to eat while watching, a few market vendors will stay open, like Bassetts Ice Cream, Flying Monkey Bakery, Hershel's East Side Deli, Pennsylvania General Store, and The Original Turkey, along with a pre-screening happy hour from 6-7 p.m at Molly Malloy's. Taco fans rejoice, the market will offer a $12.50 Terminal colla-taco plate (three tacos with a side of rice) by Giunta's, John Yi, City Kitchen, Iovine Brothers Produce, and The Riehl Deli & Cheese Shop and Condiment.