WRITTEN BY MATT BRASCH
For Digital First Media
Aug. 19: Sly Fox Night Golf, Bethlehem Golf Course, Bethlehem, PA
From 7 p.m. to midnight, play nine holes of golf at night while sipping a Sly Fox brew. A pre-game steak dinner at The Clubhouse Grille at the Bethlehem Golf Club is included. Call 610-691-9393 for more details and to sign up.
Aug. 20: Keystone Home Brew — Philly Beer Scene Award Party
Keystone Home Brew Supply in Montgomeryville will be celebrating their selection as the best homebrew supply store by Philly Beer Scene Magazine. To thank their customers, there will be food available from Pots & Pans Mobile Catering Service, live music, and games. Guests are also encouraged to bring their home made beer, wine, cider, or mead to share with others.
Aug. 21: Radnor Red Run 5K Steeplechase with Victory Brewing Co.
Lace up your best running shoes and join Victory Brewing Co. for the Radnor Red Run 5K Steeplechase. Horse jumps, water pits, and cross country trails provide an exciting and one-of-a-kind race course for all runners. Victory’s Brewpub on Wheels will be there serving up cold beer and hot, fresh BBQ. Sign up to run at www.radnorredsteeplechase.org.
Aug. 23: Wilderbru with Draai Laag, Bru Craft and Wurst, Philadelphia
Beginning at 4 p.m., sample a selection of Pittsburgh-based Draai Laag’ Brewing Co.’s wild/funky/sour ales, including their Apples & Pears, Goedenacht, La Pienture, Simon Girty, and Aureus. Draai Laag’s owner Dennis and his team will be at the event to tell you all about their wild ales on draft. All drafts $4 for Happy Hour, 4 to 7 p.m.
Source: Bru Craft & Wurst Facebook page (www.facebook.com/BRUPhilly/)
Aug. 25: Iron Hill North Wales “Paper Cut” Release
For its final “Summer beer” release, Iron Hill North Wales will be pouring “Paper Cut,” its Berliner Weisse beer brewed with Blood Oranges. Taps open at 5 p.m. — don’t miss it!
Aug. 25: Brooklyn Brewery Mash, Dinner with Friends at Bing Bing Din Sum, Philadelphia
Brooklyn Brewery Chef Andrew Gerson and the team from Bing Bing Dim Sum come with an irreverent take on Chinese classics and a Jewish twist. Different rare and intriguing beers will be paired with a continuous stream of new courses to try alongside them. Tickets ($45) are going fast — order them online soon.