Win a Trip to Belgium

When:
December 21, 2013 @ 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Where:
Field House
1150 Filbert Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107
USA
Cost:
$5 per entry
Win a Trip to Belgium @ Field House | Philadelphia | Pennsylvania | United States

Updated on December 10

Tonight’s raffle is postponed due to the snowstorm. They have a lot of brewers coming in from the suburbs, and think it’s best not to challenge the icy highways.
New date:
Saturday, Dec. 21, 2-4 p.m., at the Field House (12th and Filbert, Center City).
Online raffle tickets will continue till Friday Dec. 20. And, because we’ve extended sales, we’ll be adding other prizes. More details below.
Additional prizes, including:
  • An expenses-paid Pub Crawl with Joe Sixpack for 2. Your own, chauffered trip to the city’s best bars.
  • A full case of our 2014 collaborative beer
  • Plus… brewery swag, restaurant gift cards and more.

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Tickets for Philly Beer Week’s 4th annual Benefit Raffle are now available. You could win an expenses-paid trip to the renowned Brourwerij Dilewyns to help brew the next, great Philly Beer Week Belgo collaboration.

Then, in a fun afternoon of vote-counting, they’ll draw one lucky ballot. The lucky winner will accompany his or her favorite local brewer on a trip to Brouwerij Dilewyns to help brew the 2014 PBW Collaboration beer with head brewer Anne Catherine Dilewyns, the youngest female brewer in Belgium.

PLUS: This year, even more prizes will be awarded to additonal winners, including great beer, gift certificates and festival tix.

Get to know our entry, Jordan Sunseri, here.

Brewers/Breweries Participating

  • Barren Hill – Scott Morrison
  • Box Car – Jason Kohser
  • Dock Street – Justin Low
  • Dogfish Head – Tim Hawn
  • Evil Genius – Mark Braunwarth
  • Fegley’s Brew Works – Josh Bushey
  • Flying Fish – Barry Hosten
  • Naked – Matt ‘Lothar’ Knuttel
  • Neshaminy Creek – Jeremy Myers
  • Nodding Head – Gordon Grubb
  • Philadelphia Brewing – Ben Schamberg
  • Prism – Rob DeMaria
  • River Horse – Chris Rakow
  • Round Guys – Scott Rudich
  • Saint Benjamin – Tim Patton
  • Saucony Creek – Matt Lindenmuth
  • ShawneeCraft – Chris DeGasperis
  • Sly Fox – Brian O’Reilly
  • Stoudt’s – Brett Kinzer
  • Susquehanna – Guy Hagner
  • Triumph – Josh Gambrel
  • Troegs – John Trogner
  • Victory – Jordan Sunseri
  • Yards – Tom Kehoe
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