Fegley’s Brew Works Craft Beer Festival Returns for 13th Year

Beer lovers, rejoice! The Fegley’s Brew Works Craft Beer Festival 2023 returns for its 13th year on Saturday, December 2nd, featuring over 50 distinct craft brews to sample from dozens of top breweries across the Lehigh Valley and the surrounding region.

“We’re proud to be the Lehigh Valley’s longest-running beer festival and to showcase another great selection of diverse lagers and ales from our brewing friends across the area,” said Rich Fegley, Founder and Co-Owner of Fegley’s Brew Works. “With thousands of people over the years discovering their new favorite beer or simply enjoying the company of friends at our events, we’re excited to welcome faces new and old back for another fest.”

This year’s festival features a 3-hour tasting session (1pm to 4pm), a buffet of favorite pub food from Allentown and Bethlehem Brew Works included in admission, beer-centric vendors, live music, and more. Tickets are $45 for general admission or $55 for VIP admission, which includes an additional exclusive hour of tasting from 12pm to 1pm. Designated driver tickets are available for $10 (attendees must be 21 and over).

Tickets are limited and on sale now at Ticketleap.

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About Fegley’s Brew Works

Established in 1998 by the Fegley Family, the Brew Works opened its first brewery on Main Street in the heart of Historic Downtown Bethlehem. The 250-seat brewpub captures the essence of the Lehigh Valley’s storied steelmaking history and features the Steelgaarden, a downstairs respite where guests can enjoy a game of pool or relax throughout the lounge.

In 2007 the family expanded to Center City Allentown, opening a 400-seat, full-service brewpub, restaurant, and banquet facility. Just steps away from the PPL Center, Miller Symphony Hall, and the upcoming Archer Music Hall, Allentown Brew Works is the perfect spot to visit before or after a show.

Both locations boast creative beers made in-house, and pub dishes with Pennsylvania Dutch influence using locally-sourced ingredients. Powered by 100% renewable energy, the family takes pride in its commitment to the environment and community.

Find more info at TheBrewWorks.com

Information provided to TVL by:
Glenn Koehler