No trip to Citizens Bank Park is complete without a hug from the Phanatic! The Phillie Phanatic is the official mascot of the Philadelphia Phillies Major League Baseball team. He is a large, furry, green bi-pedal creature with an extendable tongue. According
Visit with the folks at West Overton Museum , the home of pre-Prohibition rye whiskeys like Old Farm Rye Whiskey and Overholt Rye Whiskey. It is the most intact and historically well-preserved 19th century distillery location in Pennsylvania. For antique whiskey drinkers,
Your vote counts! Each guest of the PA Spirits Convention will be given two chips when they arrive. One will be to vote for your favorite craft cocktail. the second will be to vote for your favorite craft spirit. The people are
Craft artisans are stepping up their displays and offering up more items to take home! Browse the venue and enjoy all the beautiful artistic creations.
See what the local members of the United States Bartenders Guild can do! Philadelphia boasts some of the finest and most creative cocktail artisans in the country. Their skills will be on display here at the PA Spirits Convention. Each Pennsylvania distillery
Ashton Cigars and the Smokers Zone come together to offer a relaxing break from the crowd. You can grab a cigar and step outside onto the cigar patio beside their vendor table for some fresh air high up on the stadium. Sometimes
Come find your look in the luxury lounge. You’ll find tailored items, accessories, Straight razor shaves, handmade shoes and shoe shines, jewelry, watches…nothing but the best. Somehow you never seem fully dressed without a cocktail in hand!
The most acclaimed whiskey writer in Pennsylvania will be on hand to sign books! Lew Bryson, the author of Tasting Whiskey, has been writing about beer and spirits since 1995. He is an acclaimed writer, editor, blogger, host and presenter, and he’s
See a demonstration of a cooper’s skills by Anthony Barrel Company, a brand new Philadelphia based barrel company. Ryan Ebner is a young entrepreneur that is crafting barrels entirely from Pennsylvania white oak. He is continuing the tradition of generations of Philadelphia