Bucks County


Author: Jennifer Rogers Burns

Jennifer Rogers Burns, a resident of Lower Southampton, has been dedicating her time to preserving history for several years. Author of Hidden History of Bucks County, Jennifer has spent the last 10 years volunteering at several nonprofit organizations in the community, including as President of the Craven Hall Historical Society. She previously served on the Upper Southampton Township Historical Advisory Board until her move to Lower Southampton. Her favorite hobbies include writing, visiting historic structures and parks, and preserving and documenting local history. Jennifer received her Master of Science in History and Archaeology from the University of Edinburgh (Scotland) in 2022 and is currently the Marketing Content Manager at Peddler's Village. 

Broad Street Brewing Brings Refreshing Craft Brews To Bucks County

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on August 4, 2023

There’s a new brewery in Bucks County already serving up some of the best craft beer in Bucks – Broad Street Brewing has officially opened its doors in historic Bristol! Owned by Ed Webber, Tim Lohse, and Brandon Wellington, the trio opened Broad Street Brewing to pay homage to the city of Philadelphia, its rich history, and diverse culture. Paired with Andrew Balmer’s passion and expertise in…

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Van Lieus Brewing Company Joins the Bucks County Ale Trail

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on January 13, 2023

There’s a new brewery in Bucks County serving up thirst-quenching pints in the heart of Perkasie Borough – Van Lieus Brewing Company! Located at 211 West Walnut Street, Van Lieus Brewing Company, or VLBC, offers a variety of high-quality craft beer in a great atmosphere (with plenty of outdoor seating for those warm, sunny days!). Whether you’re craving a tropical West Coast IPA or a crisp blonde…

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Mystic Ways Brewing, a "Magical" Experience in Bucks County

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on December 9, 2022

If you’re in search of a unique craft beer experience here in Bucks County, then look no further than Mystic Ways Brewing! Located in Perkasie, Mystic Ways Brewing opened in August of this year and has quickly become a fan favorite on the Bucks County Ale Trail. Between their hazy IPAs and glowing taproom (yes, it really glows!), this brewery should be on your must-visit list this winter – you…

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Pizza, Pints, and Everything Nice at Langhorne Brewing Company

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on November 14, 2022

There’s one thing we can all agree on: pizza and beer are always the perfect combination, and you can find both, plus so much more, at Langhorne Brewing Company! From crisp lagers and dark stouts, to square pizza, sandwiches, and now, a fantastic deli practically next door, Langhorne Brewing is the place to grab a bite and order a pint on the Bucks County Ale Trail. One of my favorite spots for…

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Tranquility Brewing Company Opens with Out-of-this-World Beer & Bites at The Fuge in Warminster

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on July 25, 2022

If you’re looking for the perfect spot to enjoy delicious food and sip crushable, refreshing craft beer, all while visiting one of the most incredible historical landmarks in our area, then look no further than Tranquility Brewing Company – the latest brewery to join the Bucks County Ale Trail. This new brewery opened its doors in April 2022 at The Fuge in Warminster – a spot where space…

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Inside the New Kitchen at Moss Mill Brewing

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on June 6, 2022

Moss Mill Brewing Company, known for its delicious thirst-quenching brews, welcoming atmosphere, and expansive beer garden, recently opened its own in-house kitchen, and let me tell you – the food, prepared by Chef Matt Beck, is fresh, filling, and will leave you craving more the minute you step out the door. I had the pleasure to sit down and chat with Chef Matt about his background in the…

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The Tasting Room at Warwick Farm Brewing is Officially Open

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on February 21, 2022

If you love craft beer, then you’ve probably been to Warwick Farm Brewing in Warwick Township, Bucks County. And if you’re a fan, much like myself, then you know that their highly anticipated tasting room officially opened on Friday, February 11! From the gorgeous wood floors to the stone bar and Edison bulb chandeliers, the rustic, yet modern, atmosphere is everything you would expect in a Bucks…

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Neshaminy Creek’s Newest Taproom in Dublin is Open and Pouring Your Favorite Brews

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on January 30, 2022

Bucks County is home to some really incredible craft breweries, including the much-loved and award-winning Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company. Founded in 2010, this area favorite is a must-visit when in Bucks County, whether you’re into the craft beer scene or having a day of fun with friends along the Bucks County Ale Trail. Growing exponentially over the past decade, expanding distribution across…

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A Look Back in Time: Peddler’s Village Celebrates its 60th Anniversary

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on January 22, 2022

Peddler’s Village, a countryside shopping, dining, lodging, and family entertainment destination in the heart of historic Bucks County, that is widely recognized for its popular festivals and events, is celebrating its 60 th anniversary in 2022! Peddler’s Village was created in 1962 by Earl Jamison, an ardent young entrepreneur who foresaw success in melding locally owned specialty shops and…

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Morrisville Brewery, Bitchin’ Kitten Brewery, Joins the Bucks County Ale Trail!

by Jennifer Rogers Burns on November 1, 2021

Bitchin’ Kitten Brewery, the newest brewery to join the Bucks County Ale Trail, officially opened its doors mid-October, and I had the absolute pleasure of being one of their first guests during their soft opening, and let me tell you — I “cat-not” wait to go back! (Warning: More cat puns ahead!) So, who are the masterminds behind this cat-inspired brewery? Michael and Brigitte Crosson, lovers of…

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