Bucks County
Washington Crossing Brewfest Flight

BREW FESTS IN BUCKS COUNTY

If you love trying new craft beers or rare brews, then Bucks County is the place for you this summer and fall! Pour yourself a pint at any number of beer festivals happening throughout the county. 

  • Beer at Upper Bucks Brew Fest
  • Stands At Upper Bucks Brew Fest

WINTER

Bucks Brewfest 101 at Bucks County Community College

February 8, 2020
Warm up this winter at the 2nd annual Bucks Brewfest 101, from the experienced team that brings you the famed Washington Crossing Brewfest (WCBF) every year! As many as 70 different drafts of all styles will be offered, along with great music, awesome food and just a good time!

SPRING

Spring Brewfest at Washington Crossing

In accordance with guidance from state and local officials surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the Spring Brewfest is canceled for 2020.

  • Brewery Guide at Fonthill Castle Beer Fest
  • Beer glasses at Washington Crossing Park

SUMMER

Fonthill Castle Beer Fest 'Hops at Home'

August 15, 2020
The Hops at Home live-stream event, hosted by Andy Jarin, of B&B Beverages, will feature a curated list of 8 craft beers from local breweries, musical entertainment, guided beer tastings, Virtual Beer Hall and Beer Garden Silent Auction.

Upper Bucks Brewfest  

Postponed until 2021
Quakertown is the place to be for a selection of more than 60 craft beers and a variety of wine and food and fun courtesy of Quakertown Alive!

FALL

Newtown Beerfest

September 12, 2020
Held at the Newtown Stocking Works Complex, sip some rare but tasty brews at this fun festival of food, live music, beer and fun that’s sponsored by local businesses!

Washington Crossing Fall Brewfest

Cancelled for Fall 2020

13th Annual Yardley Beer Fest in Yardley

October 17, 2020
This popular fest features 55 of the country's best breweries! Enjoy live music, games and food. This event will take place under a tent, rain or shine.

8th Annual Brews & Bites at Pennsbury Manor

Rescheduled for Fall 2020
Stroll around the historic countryside estate that was once Pennsylvania founder William Penn’s summer home and taste samples of beer and food while taking in the beautiful views of the Delaware River.