Not actually a follow-up to the Judd Apatow classic wherein James Franco sells Seth Rogen some really dank Christmas seasonals, Craft Beer Express is actually a this-Saturday-only constantly looping bus service that -- for $10 -- will drive you between 12 of Fishtown and South Philly's awesomest brewstinations (think Kraftwork, Sidecar, Brauhaus Schmitz) for 9hrs straight. The three bus stops with the sweetest CBE hookups you absolutely need to get off at to try
Johnny Brenda's: In honor of Saturday's bus crawl, JB's hosting a Wet Hop Rodeo where you'll be roping beers (PBC Harvest from the Hood, Sixpoint Autumnation, and a fresh-hopped Dock Street Rye IPA) during a 4hr Western brunch of eggs rancheros, chilaquiles, and cowboy steaks, also what Tony Romo uses to kill vampires
Standard Tap: Wash down plates of specialty smoked fish and game (incl. crispy smelts) with an endless barrage of pale ales, pilsners, and more stout imperials than a fat-friendly remake of Star Wars
POPE: The Pub On Passyunk East's pouring 14 sour drafts, plus hosting a just-for-Saturday Ms. Goody pop-up selling seasonal truffles, pumpkin spice whoopies, and Supplication cupcakes made with a Russian River beer, which -- based on the crawl's Pineapple-reminding name -- is probably a (D)ale.
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