Weyerbacher Announces 22nd Anniversary Party (6/24)

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Weyerbacher Brewing was founded in 1995 in a livery stable in downtown Easton, Pennsylvania. From their humble beginnings in the livery stable to the approximately 30,000 square foot facility Weyerbacher currently calls home, the brewery has always been dedicated to making bold, innovative beers that challenge style boundaries.

To celebrate their 22nd anniversary, Weyerbacher is hosting a bash at the brewery on Saturday, June 24th from 1 pm until 6 pm, as well as a special VIP hour for Jester’s Court members from 12 pm until 1 pm. The festivities will include fun and games throughout the day, as well as food from Mad Sandwiches, Peculiar Culinary Company, The Tot Cart and Trè Locally Sourced. Live music from Trouble City All-Stars from 12 pm until 2 pm, followed by Philadelphia Funk Authority from 3 pm - 6 pm.

Tickets are $25 per person in advance and include a souvenir cup plus first beer ($30 at the door). Tickets can be purchased online at weyerbacher.com, as well as at The Tap Room at Weyerbacher Brewing. Tickets are limited.

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n celebration of their 22nd, Weyerbacher will also be releasing their 22nd Anniversary beer. Let's get some French toast! This big brew is rich & malt-forward with a complex backbone of specialty malts, spices and orange peel. Sweet, bready, caramel flavors should prevail along with hints of smoke, spice and citrus. Liquid version of a classic breakfast… In Weyerbacher’s traditional celebratory fashion, this stout comes in at 11.1% ABV. Available in 12 oz. bottles and on draft, look for 22 in bars and restaurants, as well as on shelves throughout Weyerbacher’s distribution area. It will be available at The Tap Room at Weyerbacher Brewing beginning June 24th.

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