Go back in time as Iron Hill transforms into a speakeasy for one night with hand-crafted theme beers on Wednesday, November 28. (Photo courtesy Iron Hill)
The National Constitution Center’s very cool Prohibition exhibition American Spirits is up and running, with 5,000 square feet of more than 120 rare artifacts and a re-created speakeasy complete with a bar, dance floor, bandstand, and powder room.
Even cooler, the exhibition is franchising itself with awesome partnerships throughout the city, including the first-ever SEPTA Speakeasy Silverliner and Prohibition-themed cocktail tours of Philadelphia with City Food Tours.
The next fun Prohibition event to put on your radar is a Pop-Up Speakeasy at Iron Hill Chestnut Hill on Wednesday, November 28, 5-8 p.m.
Go back in time to the days of Prohibition as Iron Hill turns into a one-night speakeasy, with special themed food, hand-crafted theme beers and a raffle in which you’ll have a chance to win tickets to see the American Spirits exhibition that inspired the evening’s event.
Oh, and one more important piece of info: the Speakeasy password for entrance: Bootlegger.
Iron Hill Brewery Chestnut Hill Pop-Up Speakeasy
When: Wednesday, November 28, 5-8 p.m.
Where: 8400 Germantown Avenue
Cost: Pay as you go
More info: www.ironhillbrewery.com