As of this writing Newtown Township, Pennsylvania does not have a craft brewery. That all changes when the Newtown Brewing Company opens in their 4,600 square foot brewery in the industrial park at 103 Penns Trail. We recently toured the location with owner and head brewer Gregg Bonstein and his wife Sara. You can see […]
Exciting news,Abomination Brewing, the PA nomadic brewery you have probably sampled a few times, is about to get a little bit easier to find! They have signed a distribution deal as of January 2019 that will allow consumers to purchase cans of Abomination Brewing Company beer throughout Pennsylvania.
Rivaling the charm of the quirkiest and most unique brew pubs you’ll find, Ambler’s Forest & Main Brewing Co. has brought the hip and distinct feel of city brew pubs to the suburbs, cementing itself as a standout among Montco breweries.
New brewery openings in 2019 roll right along. And adding to that excitement is New Crescent Brewing in Irwin, PA. They will operate a five-barrel brewery and taproom at 229 Main Street in Irwin across the street from The Lamp Theater.
As you may know Pennsylvania boasts 15 beer trails throughout the state. And more and more we are seeing local tourism bureau's get into the craft beer game as well. Adding to that is Visit Valley Forge (the official tourism bureau of Montgomery County) who recently started a program called Montco Makers. The goal of this program is to highlight the craft beer scene (as well as wineries and distilleries) happening in Montgomery County. With over 25 breweries calling Montgomery County home, there is so much to do, see and most of all.....taste!