Fritz Maytag front and center with Damien Fuschetto (Penn Distributors) and an unnamed fellow Anchor lover
Andy Musser talks brew and baseball
Fritz describing the souring process (or how to open a can of PBR?)
The scene at The Four Seasons prior to Fritz's Anchor dinner was, of course, classy with a mix of beer enthusiasts and unsuspecting hotel guests
Could this be a Paulaner sign at Time leftover from its former Ludwig's days?
Time hosted Chuck Silva from Green Flash, where his old friend and brewing buddy Chris Leonard was holding court with Jennie Hatton (Profile PR), myself, and others sipping on Green Flash's Trippel, Stout, and West Coast IPA
At the Dark Horse Tavern (formerly Dickens Inn), Dick Yuengling proved that Vinnie Cilurzo is not the only one who can fill a cardboard cutout.
Ladies of brewing are more common than ever. Jennie Hatton (Profile PR), Jamie (sorry, forgot to get last name), and Wendy Yuengling (you guessed it...Yuengling) talked of how the iconic Yuengling can be even more visible at next year's PBW.
The ladies with their leading man
One of the originals, Lord Chesterfield Ale from Yuengling
Mark Rieth, owner/brewmaster from Atwater Block, showed up at O'Neal's with Bear (Peter Brett) from Stockertown to pour his Voodoo Vator, Dirty Blonde, and Java Porter
Bear, ?, Mark Rieth, and Jennie Hatton
For Pete's Sake Pub hosted Rob Tod from Allagash, a man who clearly loves Philly. Around the table Eddie Friedland, Jennie Hatton, Me, Jim Meiers, Curt Decker, and Rob Tod
Rob mingles with the crowd
Jim Meiers and Jennie Hatton