Bottle Release: Nice Dreams #1

Bottle Release: Nice Dreams #1

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Nice Dreams #1
Bottle Release Event

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$22 / 750ml
Only 36 available, limit 2 per customer

This blend will be on tap beginning Tuesday, September 19th for draft sales.

This golden beer is a blend of two barrels from the Roy-Pitz blending stock. 70% of this blend includes a one year old sour barrel that has aged on a mixed culture of brettanomyces and lactic acid producing bacteria. The remaining 30% comes from a very aromatic "Brett forward" and very dry golden ale that has been aging for 18 months. This barrel also has been fermenting on pound per gallon of strawberries for the past 6 months. This blend will include a beautiful fruity and funky aromatic, a balanced acidity and a fruity and dry finish. This beer is golden orange in color.

Sons of Pitches

Sons of Pitches

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Join Chambersburg favorite Sons of Pitches as they make their two night debut at the Barrel House in Philadelphia. 

 

Always challenging their collective internal status quo with fresh ideas and new perspectives, Sons of Pitches bring their own brand of improvisation to the stage for a thrilling live event.  Their instrumental country jazz originals, and unique arrangements of standards affectionately called “Cowboy Jazz,” provide a musical landscape for staking their claim and pushing on to new frontiers. They swing, they rip, they dip, they dive, they fly…they melt hearts & faces.

It was backstage after New Year’s Eve 2015 performances at the legendary Birchmere Music Hall in Alexandria, VA when (The Hello Strangers) band-mates, guitarist/songwriter Spencer Pheil and bassist Tommy Hoy, met Dave Hadley, pedal steel extraordinaire.  That night, with a mutual yearning for a musical milieu where the sky was the limit and the emphasis was improvisation, the idea took shape to make a bold statement musically.  Drummer Jim Aguzzi, who had performed in many ensembles with Pheil & Hoy, was the last piece of the puzzle, bringing a wealth of musical taste, chops, and clever puns.

Sons of Pitches hail from the Mason Dixon line on the Pennsylvania/Maryland border where Pheil owns a recording studio.  The band released its first self-titled album in November 2016.  Collectively, Sons of Pitches has thousands of shows under its belt.  Although still in its nascent stages, the band has already received high praise for its live shows, varied set lists, and inspiring musicianship.  Their goal is to create music for ordinary folks.  Their brand of improvisation is meant to be visceral and tactile: music for the people. Sons of Pitches will be touring and recording extensively in 2017 and look forward to continuing their quest to unearth new musical ideas.

Sons of Pitches

Sons of Pitches

Roy-Pitz Barrel House (map)

Join Chambersburg favorite Sons of Pitches as they make their two night debut at the Barrel House in Philadelphia. 

Always challenging their collective internal status quo with fresh ideas and new perspectives, Sons of Pitches bring their own brand of improvisation to the stage for a thrilling live event.  Their instrumental country jazz originals, and unique arrangements of standards affectionately called “Cowboy Jazz,” provide a musical landscape for staking their claim and pushing on to new frontiers. They swing, they rip, they dip, they dive, they fly…they melt hearts & faces.

It was backstage after New Year’s Eve 2015 performances at the legendary Birchmere Music Hall in Alexandria, VA when (The Hello Strangers) band-mates, guitarist/songwriter Spencer Pheil and bassist Tommy Hoy, met Dave Hadley, pedal steel extraordinaire.  That night, with a mutual yearning for a musical milieu where the sky was the limit and the emphasis was improvisation, the idea took shape to make a bold statement musically.  Drummer Jim Aguzzi, who had performed in many ensembles with Pheil & Hoy, was the last piece of the puzzle, bringing a wealth of musical taste, chops, and clever puns.

Sons of Pitches hail from the Mason Dixon line on the Pennsylvania/Maryland border where Pheil owns a recording studio.  The band released its first self-titled album in November 2016.  Collectively, Sons of Pitches has thousands of shows under its belt.  Although still in its nascent stages, the band has already received high praise for its live shows, varied set lists, and inspiring musicianship.  Their goal is to create music for ordinary folks.  Their brand of improvisation is meant to be visceral and tactile: music for the people. Sons of Pitches will be touring and recording extensively in 2017 and look forward to continuing their quest to unearth new musical ideas.

River Bones Band

River Bones Band

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With a sound rooted in bluegrass, River Bones Band seamlessly mix gypsy jazz, western swing, and roots music with true rock and roll energy. "Americana Done Right" is the credo the River Bones Band live by and display in every performance they give.

Though based out of Philadelphia, River Bones Band have brought their eclectic mix of Americana to audiences all throughout the East Coast. They have performed at such venues as Sellersville Theater where they have shared the stage with Grammy winning bluegrass legends Blue Highway. They have also played many legendary East Coast venues like Ardmore Music Hall, World Cafe Live, Dawson Street Pub, Club Passim, Radio Bean, among other regional venues. River Bones Band have also performed for audiences at Watermelon Park Festival and Wilmington Wintergrass.

Currently, River Bones Band is putting the finishing touches on their first EP that will be released independently this fall.

Quizzo For A Cause

Quizzo For A Cause

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Now more than ever, the City of Philadelphia must come together to support immigration advocacy, and what better way to do it than with a Quizzo fundraiser! The American Immigration Council is a powerful voice in promoting laws, policies, and attitudes that honor our proud history as a nation of immigrants. The event will take place at Philly's hottest new brewpub, the Roy-Pitz Barrel House. Purchase tickets here: http://bit.ly/quizzo-philly.

Whether you’re ready to get fiercely competitive at our premier trivia event, or just want to sit back, relax, and watch the rounds, join us for a fun night of Quizzo. Teams will compete for the ultimate Quizzo Master title and we’ll be awarding first, second, and third place winners with exciting prizes. Gather your team or sign up as an individual to get placed on a team with new friends.

Naked Sun

Naked Sun

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The Naked Sun may or may not have coined the phrase, but “honest rock” has unquestionably been their ethos since their start back in 2011—and few bands embody its spirit like they do. With songs that echo the rawness and sincerity of the cities around which its members grew up—Detroit, Baltimore, Philadelphia—the band blends the basics of roots rock and folk with layers of bolstering piano and organ, intricate pedal steel leads, and melodic choruses backed by satisfying vocal harmonies. Rooted in the songwriting of frontman Andrew Wesley Harris, The Naked Sun strive equally toward Petty’s pop genius, Springsteen’s storytelling, Dylan’s social consciousness, and the energy of My Morning Jacket. 

 

The Naked Sun is gearing up for the release of their debut LP, War with Shadows, which will be out late January 2018. Their debut was recorded at Miner Street Recordings with producer Brian McTear and features Pat Berkery from War on Drugs and Eve Miller from Matt Pond PA. This 10 song LP sounds like Bruce Springsteen wrapped in a giant Flying Burrito Brother, with a side of kraut. Unlikely sonic pairings held tightly together by the pedal steel playing of Tim Campbell, synth rock sounds of Alan Sheltzer, and the deeply vulnerable lyrics of Harris. 

Naked Sun

Naked Sun

Roy-Pitz Barrel House (map)

The Naked Sun may or may not have coined the phrase, but “honest rock” has unquestionably been their ethos since their start back in 2011—and few bands embody its spirit like they do. With songs that echo the rawness and sincerity of the cities around which its members grew up—Detroit, Baltimore, Philadelphia—the band blends the basics of roots rock and folk with layers of bolstering piano and organ, intricate pedal steel leads, and melodic choruses backed by satisfying vocal harmonies. Rooted in the songwriting of frontman Andrew Wesley Harris, The Naked Sun strive equally toward Petty’s pop genius, Springsteen’s storytelling, Dylan’s social consciousness, and the energy of My Morning Jacket. 

 

The Naked Sun is gearing up for the release of their debut LP, War with Shadows, which will be out late January 2018. Their debut was recorded at Miner Street Recordings with producer Brian McTear and features Pat Berkery from War on Drugs and Eve Miller from Matt Pond PA. This 10 song LP sounds like Bruce Springsteen wrapped in a giant Flying Burrito Brother, with a side of kraut. Unlikely sonic pairings held tightly together by the pedal steel playing of Tim Campbell, synth rock sounds of Alan Sheltzer, and the deeply vulnerable lyrics of Harris.