Bucks County
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Group-Friendly Breweries

Taste your way through Bucks County with your group at these breweries! Lucky for you, these unique spots all include enough space and accommodations for group tours.   

1. Broken Goblet

  • Broken Goblet Brewery

Broken Goblet will offer you and your group a brewpub experience unlike any other in their newly renovated Bensalem location! Enjoy specially crafted brews and live music in the brewpub’s large venue. With an outdoor patio, cozy upstairs seating, and large main floor bar, your group will agree that “broken can be beautiful!”

2. Naked Brewing Company

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Indulge in the tastes of Bucks County with local food trucks, which stop by every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night. As you sip, enjoy live bands and daily activities, like Pub Quizzo, that are sure to keep your crew entertained. Their outdoor, parking lot space is perfect for large group outings. Whether searching for a location for you and your business conference colleagues to spend happy hour, or space to hold a group bus tour, Naked Brewing Company can accommodate!

3. Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co.

  • Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co.

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co. aims to create delicious beers that satisfy and challenge their customers’ perceptions of what beer is. Each beer, brewed with water from the local Neshaminy Creek, has a Philadelphia inspired name, from the J.A.W.N to the Croydon Cream. Bring your group by to this large, industrial space for special daily events, from food trucks to festivals!

4. The Proper Brewing Company

  • Proper Brewing Co.

Sit back, relax, and enjoy one of The Proper Brewing Company’s 12 craft beers on tap — all produced right on site. Experience the taste of Bucks County with locally sourced food, wine and craft spirits. Have an extra-large group? Book their banquet hall!

5. Red Lion Brewery

  • Red Lion Brewing Co.

Head over to McCoole’s Red Lion Inn to taste the specially crafted brews from the Red Lion Brewery, right next door. As you take in the historic elegance of the Inn, try the Komo Sutra Imperial IPA, with crisp notes of citrus and grapefruit. After you and your group enjoy a drink, stop by McCoole’s Art & Events Place just next door to take in local art or see a show!

6. Triumph Brewing Company

  • Triumph Brewing Co.

Just steps from the New Hope Railroad station, Triumph Brewing Company specializes in producing its own brews on site! Savor the aromatic, hand-crafted beer. While sipping, take in the historic, brick-walled building, which used to function as a paper factory. Book their second-floor room for your private meeting or event. 

7. Vault Brewing Company

  • Vault Brewing Bar

Housed in a bank from the 1800s, Vault brands itself as a non-traditional brew-pub reminiscent of old Philadelphia 'speakeasies.' Their event space, The Back Bar, can accommodate up to 40 people seated and 60 standing for a private group outing. Otherwise, groups can enjoy flatbreads and live music in their front bar!