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Closing Night Of The With Love Beer Garden And Special Re-release Of The Uwishunu Beer Boot

Tonight is your last chance to get your With Love Beer Garden on, and what a night it's going to be. The weather is finally going to be gorgeous, and the Uwishunu Beer Boots will be returning as the check-in giveaway. (Photo by T. Scheid for GPTMC)

Tonight, Friday, June 8, is closing night of the second annual With Love Beer Garden at the Four Seasons Hotel.

The week has been another great success, with hundreds of attendees each night, great representation from six local breweries (and one more tonight!) and delicious bites dished up by Four Seasons Executive Chef Rafael Gonzalez.

Tonight’s featured brewer is Dock Street Brewing Company, and it’s going to be extra special since Dock Street and Four Seasons will be revealing, and serving, their special collaboration beer, part of a series called “A Beer Four All Seasons.”

In addition to all that, drumroll please… you’ll be happy to hear that our friends at uwishunu.com are heeding the clarion calls of beer boot lovers across Twitter, Facebook and the Internet at large and bringing back a special shipment of the Uwishunu Beer Boots for tonight only.

There will be at least 150 of the boots on hand, and they’ll be first come, first served. So come early, check into the With Love Beer Garden on Facebook and/or Foursquare, and enjoy the rest of the evening with your very own Uwishunu Beer Boot.

It’s a perfect way to kick off your weekend. Stop by the With Love Beer Garden, grab a craft beer or two (to enjoy in your handy beer boot) and a bite to eat, then head out into the city for an awesome Friday night.

Did we mention the weather this evening (and this weekend) is going to be awesome? Well, it is.

We’ll see you out there.

The With Love Beer Garden
When: Friday, June 8, 5-9 p.m.; Closing Day!
Where: The Courtyard at the Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia, 1 Logan Square
Note: You can enter straight from the corner of 18th and Cherry Streets
Cost: Pay as you go
More info: www.visitphilly.com

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