Seven Sirens Brewing Co., a veteran-owned craft brewery sourcing local and organic ingredients, is expected to open in late January or early February on the ground floor of 327 Broadway, a renovated parking garage, in south Bethlehem.
Local breweries, restaurants and home brewers will join forces 1-4 p.m. Saturday to throw a frothy fundraiser at the Spinnerstown Hotel (2195 Spinnerstown Rd., Quakertown) to benefit Lehigh Valley Beer Week.
The Hamilton District Main Street Program will host more than 50 breweries — serving more than 120 beer flavors — at Allentown BeerFest outdoor festival along the 500 and 600 blocks of Hamilton Street.
Stop by the Bethlehem Blueberry Festival colonial brewing tent and say hello to Morning Call Beer Writer Craig Larimer, Christopher Bowen (award-winning Brewmaster at Fegley’s Bethlehem Brew Works) and our friend Bob Kennedy for a working exhibition that will likely raise a few eyebrows, along with a few glasses.
On Friday, Fegley’s Bethlehem Brew Works' beer making mavens will release a slightly strange brew that just might blow your mind. “Cat Nip Kitty,” will be on tap as one of Pennsylvania’s first cannabis terpene oil beers.
There’s nothing sweeter than a bushel of fresh-picked blueberries in the summer and Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites hopes you’ll indulge in everything blue at its 32nd Annual Blueberry Festival, July 20-21 at Bethlehem’s historic Burnside Plantation.