May 25, 2011
A couple weeks back, we first told you about the With Love Beer Garden, a new pop-up Beer Garden that we are hosting for Philly Beer Week 2011 at the The Four Seasons Hotel, Monday, June 6 through Friday, June 10.
And now we have more good news: we are kicking off the With Love Beer Garden on Monday, June 6 with the official launch party for the re-release of Victory Summer Love Ale.
Victory Founder, President and Head Brewer Bill Covaleski is the Beer Garden’s featured brewer on Monday so he’ll be on hand not just to celebrate the re-release of Summer Love Ale, but also to talk about and show off a number of Victory’s other delicious brews.
The With Love Beer Garden will be located in the Four Season Hotel’s awesome outdoor courtyard. Stop by with some friends and meet Bill, sample some Victory suds, listen to music and enjoy tasty summer fare from the Four Seasons — all outside under the sun (and eventually stars).
Oh, and be sure to say hi to us too — we’ll be there live-blogging on Monday afternoon for the launch party.
Foursquare/Facebook Check-In Promotion: Take a piece of the beer garden home with you. Visitors who check into the With Love Beer Garden using Foursquare or Facebook Places will get an awesome Victory Summer Love Ale beer koozie, perfect for summertime outings.
Foodspotting: Be sure to spot your Summer Love Ale on Foodspotting and add it to our Summer Love Ale Guide to earn a Summer Love Ale badge.
Note: While this opening night party for the Beer Garden is certainly going to be awesome, the With Love Beer Garden is going to be Philly Beer Week Central each and every night, Monday, June 6 through Friday, June 10, with a different brewer featured each night. You should plan to start your Beer Week festivities at the With Love Beer Garden multiple nights and then move on to the other events around town (more Beer Week events here).
With Love Beer Garden Kick Off/Victory Summer Love Ale Launch Party
Where: The Courtyard at the Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia, 1 Logan Square
When: Monday, June 6, 4-8 p.m.
Cost: Pay as you go
More info: www.facebook.com/visitphilly