Dogfish Head on tap in Phila area?

Does anybody know of any establishments in the Philadelphia/South Jersey area that pours any of Dogfish Head's beers from their taps? I have no trouble finding their stuff in bottles, but finding any of their beers on tap around here has been a challenge....
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John Fox
Yeah. It comes, it goes. You could try
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, they have DFH on fairly often and they're very good at keeping the website tap listings up to date.
-- Lew Bryson
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Lew Bryson
Nothing currently on tap at the GLP from Dogfish Head, nothing "on deck" either. But I did get my growler filled on Saturday with Yards Love Stout. Gotta love the Love...
There's a bar in Clementon, NJ, the name I can't recall, which usually has something local on tap. I've seen stuff from Victory, Yards and Flying Fish on tap, so DH is a possibility. I'll see if I can find out the name of the bar. It's on Blacwood-Clementon Rd, right in the middle of town.
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Yo, JB. Occurs to me that Standard Tap (speaking of local taps) often has DFH as well. And O'Flaherty's, in Bristol.
-- Lew Bryson
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Lew Bryson
I don't know about South Jersey and the Philly area but my local, Andy's Corner Bar in Bogota, New Jersey (near the George Washington Bridge;
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) had a Dogfish Head promo night last night. They had 5 different DFH beers on tap including the 120 Minute IPA (@ $4.00 per 4 oz glass, my wife loves the stuff and had 8 of them). A guy came in with 3 growlers there last night and paid $60 for one of them filled with 120 Minute (not sure what he paid for the other 2 that were filled up with DFH products). Great time was had by all there last night. The only downside was that the cask conditioned 90 Minute did not make it as promised.
Bruce
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Bruce
Mad4Mex at 34th and Walnut on Penn's campus actually has Raison d'Etre on tap. While there check out New Deck as well as White Dog cafe, both have a nice selection on tap and bottled.
-Dan
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di1
Is Mad Mex keeping their taplines cleaner? I tried it three times, and just quit going because the beer just got terminally screwed up.
Tell me more about New Deck. -- Lew Bryson
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Lew Bryson

I never cared for New Deck, just a regular college bar IMO. IIRC they had stuff like Guinness/Bass/Harp and Boddingtons and Stella Maybe Yards ESA, but that stuff was everywhere.
Convenient though since I worked right next door, but i went to the white dog for lunch more often than the new deck.
I think I'm starting to miss the conveniences of "university city". I have to drive halfway across town for a good lunch nowadays.
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Thanks, all. I'll definitely check these places out.
I think Sam's sold a few kegs to Monk's in the past as well, but I haven't seen any DFH on tap there in quite a while.
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John Fox
Your wife can drink eight 120 min IPAs??? Now THAT'S a woman! My wife would be incoherent (not to mention nauseus) after about the fourth or fifth. Sometimes I wish my wife could keep up with me....
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Heh. I'll bet you do. But "halfway across town" ain't near as far nowadays, is it!
-- Lew Bryson
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Lew Bryson
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Hey, he DID say 4 oz. glasses. That's what, 2.66 bottles. I could do two pretty easily. Drank a pint of the 24% World Wide without much trouble. Course, I'm used to drinking whiskey, too!
-- Lew Bryson
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Lew Bryson

Ahh - I missed the 4 oz glasses part. That's a bit more reasonable.
The World Wide practically is whiskey.
(Incidentally, I've been on an Oban kick lately. Very good, standard single malt...)
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John Fox

No but its alot farther than an elevator ride downstairs and walking a half block! (although there were times I couldn't resist the subway into CC for a long lunch at Monks!)
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