Fairmount Neighborhood Beer Tour
Reporter Don Russell, also known as "Joe Sixpack," explores the Fairmount/Art Museum neighborhood to show why he calls Philadelphia "the best beer drinking town in America." Russell stops into London Grill, Bridgid's, The Bishop's Collar
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