Posted by: albfor | April 5, 2013

Apr 4, 2013 Cheers to Beer: American Spirits ~ The Rise and Fall of Prohibition


CENTER CITY EAST |  THE NATIONAL CONSTITUTION CENTER

THURSDAY.  The “Cheers to Beer” event at the National Constitution Center last night, April 4, 2013, was the final of three exciting parties held throughout the run of the American Spirits exhibition. This month is the final opportunity to tour the “American Spirits” exhibition which ends April 28, 2013.

Matthew Murphy, Kallie Cooper, Kaity Logan and Zach Schoepelin (Jefferson Hospital and Temple University Graduate Medical students).

Matthew Murphy, Kallie Cooper, Kaity Logan and Zach Schoepelin (Jefferson Hospital and Temple University Graduate Medical students).

Guests were encouraged to attend in their best Roaring ’20s attire! Those who did had a ball dancing to the jazz music by the acclaimed Blue Vipers of Brooklyn.

Brian Lopinto & Katherine Saenz  | Jaya Mohan

Brian Lopinto & Katherine Saenz | Jaya Mohan

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Cheers to Beer: American-Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition

Participating breweries/ distributors of the suds-filled “Cheers to Beer” tasting event included Batch 19, Dock Street Brewing Company, Prism Brewing Company, River Horse Brewing Company, Sly Fox Brewery, Stoudt’s Brewing Company, Triumph Brewing Company, Weyerbacher Brewing Company, and Yards Brewing Company. Specialty whiskey cocktails made with Jim Beam Devil’s Cut and Canadian Club Dock No. 57 were also in the mix.

Triumph Beer Company Team

Triumph Beer Company Team

For a complete view of the images or to order prints and digital downloads from this event please select this link or the “Apr 4, 2013 Cheers to Beer: American Spirits ~ The Rise and Fall of Prohibition” album in the right column of this photo weblog.

To view a few “SELECT IMAGES ” from this event on philly.com’s  section of local events here’s the link: Out And About section.  It would be greatly appreciated if you would interact with the column; post a comment, tag, refer, fb, twitter, etc.


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