The lovely ladies of Delilah's Gentleman's Club deliver Hammer of Glory to Standard Tap.
William Reed, Standard Tap, happily accepts the hammer along with the requisite proclamation that is read upon each delivery.
William proceeds to shove the wood (sorry, that was too easy) through his belt and delivers it via zip line to The Foodery.
The Hammer is passed along outside The Foodery; this Hammer certainly is well-traveled.
Nick Johnson, Tröegs, gets the party started at Kite & Key.
Jim Kirk (Kite & Key), Charlie Colazzo (The Institute), Nick Johnson (Tröegs) await the Hammer at Kite & Key.
Fergie passes along the Hammer to Jim "The Hammer" Kirk.
Nick Johnson (Tröegs) tapping the First Firkin at Kite & Key.
The Kinetic Sculpture Three-Wheeler that delivered the Hammer from The Belgian Café to Kite & Key.
Clap your hands, everybody clap your hands, c'mon now.
Jennie Hatton, co-captain of the PBW Ship.
Nick Johnson (Tröegs), Jim Kirk (Kite & Key), and the guys from Franklintown Beverage across the street.
Jim Kirk (Kite & Key) presents the Hammer to Curt Decker (Nodding Head)
Steve Shapiro (Beer By BART, San Francisco) and Curt Decker (Nodding Head)
Nick Johnson with the butchered Blackhawks chick
If you read the Philly.com, you're already aware of which hotel the butchered corpse stopped by.
Jim Kirk and Nick Johnson up to their antics and the hearse that the Franklintown Beverage boys provided.
Patrick Jones, Triumph brewer, with the Old City location's general manager at Opening Tap.
The brew crew behind the Evil Genius Brewing Company, currently contracted at Swashbuckler in Manheim....coming soon to Chester County.
Steve Shapiro and Gail Williams (both of Beer by BART), April Reynolds, and Brian Silfies
Rosemarie Certo, Dock Street, provides Last Call at Opening Tap.
Ed Friedland puts the Hammer down on Opening Tap 2010.
My own personal last call of Great Lakes Edmund Fitzgerald Porter at Bridgewater's Pub in 30th Street Station.