It’s official, Boulevard Brewing Company is invading Philly. The craft beer specialist from Kansas City, Missouri will host a neighborhood block party called the Crafts & Drafts Festival at Moonshine on October 11 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on the 200 block Sigel Street next to the restaurant.
It’s part of a huge “On The Boulevard” roll out that contains of a full week of Boulevard themed events throughout the region. What can we expect from the Two Street block party?
Boulevard will be joined by a who’s-who of the Philly craft scene including Little Baby’s Ice Cream, Elixr Coffee, Duross & Langel Soap Makers and Smak Parlour Fashion Truck. Admission is free, but you’ll have to pay for food, beer and other wares.
Be prepared for some serious eats. Rich Fattori, part owner of Moonshine, called it “a great community event” and mentioned that they’ll have a smoker outside to make sure the barbecue is done right. Hog Face BBQ of Broomall will be slingin’ food alongside Moonshine and put out a teaser on Facebook that they might be in the neighborhood on the 10th for a sneak peek.
This wouldn’t be a Two Street party without some form of live entertainment, especially one with a horn section. New Sounds Brass Band will be on hand to make sure everyone is having a good time. Face painting, games and raffles are also planned and offer yet another reason to just bring the whole fam damnly.