NEWS & EVENTS

April 2016

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Where will 2SP be during CBC?

Monday, 5/2

  • Alla Spina Industry Night with Yards, 9pm-2am

Tuesday, 5/3

  • Opening Ceremony at the Art Museum, 7pm-9:30pm
    • This is a ticketed event
  • Bagby & 2SP Event at Couer, 4pm-7pm

Wednesday, 5/4

  • City Tap House UC Beer Dinner, 6pm-9pm
    • This is a ticketed event
  • 2SP/Stone Collaboration featured at Memphis Taproom, 5pm-7pm
  • Varga Beer Event with Seamless Flooring, 5:30pm-8pm
  • 2SP/Left Hand Collaboration featured at Heritage, 9pm-1am

Thursday, 5/5

  • 2SP and Stone Event at the Foodery in Center City, 5pm-7pm
  • 2SP/Captain Lawrence Collaboration featured at City Tap House Logan Square, 7pm

Friday, 5/6

  • World Beer Cup Award Ceremony, 7:45-9pm
    • This is a ticketed event.

2SP – The land of beer and honey

New Tap Tuesday! April 26th, we are releasing our newest brew from the brilliant Bob & Ruby. Come to the tasting room to get some!

Pollen Nation, 10.5% ABV, is our Imperial Saison. The beer was brewed with 460lbs of local honey from Fruitwood Orchards, out of New Jersey. Pollen Nation is slightly dry with bursts of white grape and apricot. It balances out nicely with the honey.

On Tuesday, we will have a special cheese pairing available. Plus, Patrick Henry from Fruitwood Orchards will be here to discuss honey, bees, and all things related.

Two of the Most Awarded Brewers Meet for Rare Event

A city known for their brutal and unwavering honesty, Philadelphia has had a huge impact on American craft beer. For the past 30 years, a large number of American and European breweries have sent their beer to Philadelphia, more than any other city, because beer drinkers in Philly came to know the difference between great beer and the bottom of the barrel. Today, as the beer industry goes through major changes of “selling out” to major foreign conglomerates and Wall St. investment firms that will soon be looking for, by any means, their “return on investment,” it’s that Philly attitude that’s needed more than ever to save quality.
On Tuesday, May 3rd, at Coeur Restaurant in Philadelphia, a meeting of two of the country’s most awarded brewers will take place to pour good, honest beer. Jeff Bagby, of Bagby Brewing in San Diego, California who has won over 40 Great American Beer Fest (GABF) medals and 10 World Beer Cups (WBC), and Bob Barrar, of 2SP Brewing in Delco, Pennsylvania who has amassed 20 GABF and 10 WBC will be sharing their best beers during the Craft Brewers Conference for an event that will give Philly what they always want and the direction beer needs to go towards. Good beer, no b.s.
Bagby and Barrar have storied careers, but both are surprisingly little known outside of a small circle of brewers. Starting at Stone Brewing, Bagby saw firsthand a brewery attempting to create their own interpretation of styles and mark them as uniquely their own. As opportunities presented themselves, Bagby took them first at Oggi’s and then Pizza Port, where he brewed alongside Tomme Arthur, who later started Lost Abbey. Bagby was able to learn and work with some of the most influential West Coast brewers.
Eventually, Bagby became Director of Operations at Pizza Port, a position that was integral to making Pizza Port nationally recognized . In his new position he and his team of brewers won Small Brew Pub of the Year at the GABF for an unprecedented 3 consecutive years. On top of this, Bagby won 20 GABF medals for his own beers, solidifying his reputation as one of the best beer craftsman in the country.
Barrar began his career by chance in the late 90s with Red Bell Brewing in Philadelphia at the age of 24. The opportunity to brew was offered to him while he worked for a contractor doing renovations on the Red Bell brewery, the owners seeing potential with his meticulous eye for detail. After brewing there for 4 years, Barrar took the opportunity to brew for the highly regarded Iron Hill Brewery. He would spend the next 15 years at their Media, PA location, brewing beers with an unparalleled attention to detail and, like Bagby, a dedication to following beer style guidelines and brewing the best version possible. Barrar was able to perfect his beers and win 20 GABF Medals and 10 World Beer Cups, making the bearded goliath a familiar face on the national and international podiums.
While the craft beer industry continues to grow, large foreign conglomerates and Wall St. now buy independent craft breweries and marketing and novelty are outpacing the dedication to quality. Together with Coeur restaurant, which is becoming known in the Philly scene as a place that cuts the fat and pays respect to the best, the two breweries will give drinkers an opportunity to try beer without any marketed frills or false promises. Both Bagby and Barrar’s beers speak the same language and we want to drink to that. No bullshit. Just Good Beer.
2SP Bagby Poster

4/4/16 – Phillies Kick-Off Party

Come celebrate the first game of the Phillies season 2SP style.

Game time: Monday, April 4th @4:10pm.

$3 Delco Pints

Wally’s Hot Dog Cart will be here!

Plus, game will be shown on the big screen in the brewery.

Who Likes Free Beer?

Happy Hour On Us?!

For the month of April, when you come to the tasting room and tag 2SP Brewing Co. on social media, you will be allowed to enter a happy hour contest/give away for ten people. You can check into 2SP on Facebook, tag us on Twitter, or take a picture and tag 2SP on Instagram. Show your lovely bartender and she/he will help you enter for the competition. Visit often, drink furiously, and let the world know where you are. On April 30th will we pick your name out of the bowl!

Unlimited entries for the month, but only one entry per day.

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