National Peanut Butter Day
Sure, everyone loves peanut butter, but how do you feel about peanut butter and beer? In honor of National PB Day, Devil’s Den will be adding a few nutty brews to their already ample selection, courtesy of Terrapin Brewing Company from Athens, Georgia. This includes Terrapin’s Liquid Bliss (chocolate peanut butter Porter) and Oak Aged Big Hoppy Monster (an imperial red ale with rich oaky notes and a hint of vanilla). Meanwhile, Chef Paul Trowbridge will be whipping up a variety of surprise peanut butter-infused specials. Thursday, 7pm-2am. Devil’s Den, 1148 S. 11th St.
Annual Winter Ware House Sale
To make room for their upcoming spring/summer merch, Fabric Row’s BUS STOP Boutique is offering up to a whopping 70 percent off their winter designer shoes, both for ladies and fellas. We’re talking styles from designers like Antelope, TOMS, Matiko, Oliberte and my personal fave, Irregular Choice starting at just $25. The sale runs Friday-Sunday and your options are limited, so you better get yo’ ass there fast. BUS STOP, 727 S. Fourth St.
Mad Men Quizzo
Surely there’s plenty of hardcore Mad Men fans out there who could probably rattle off all sorts of inane facts about the Madison Avenue advertising agency and it’s almost obscenely attractive staff. So why not see just how much you’ve learned over the past five seasons of the AMC hit while competing in teams of 2-5 people for drinks and themed prizes? Thursday, 8pm. Free. Drinker’s West, 3900 Chestnut St.
If you thought Don Drapper liked his scotch, just you wait till Skull Splitter, a strong, aromatic scotch ale from Scotland’s Orkny Islands makes it’s Philly debut. For it’s unveiling, a dude in a legit Viking costume will be in attendance for photo ops. Be sure to strike a ridiculous pose because the night’s most outrageous shot posted to Instagram with the hashtag #skullsplitter will score a prize package that includes a pair of pint glasses and $50 dollar gift certificate to P.O.P.E. Now, I don’t know much about scotch, but this must be a big deal if even the Hammer of Glory, Philly Beer Week’s official keg hammer is going to be making an appearance. Thursday, 7pm. P.O.P.E, 1501 Passyunk Ave.