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Ales for ALS

Drink a great new IPA with a proprietary blend of hops in an effort to raise money for ALS research? Yes, please! Click the title above to learn more!

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What’s On Tap? Visitors Center Beer Availability

Updated 7/25/14 – Imperial Pumpkin Ale is now available! Ales for ALS IPA, Nineteen, Tarte Noueau, and Canes Venatici are here – but not for long! 70 cases of White Sun Wit just came available! Please click the title above to see what’s available right now!

Rain barrel workshop this Sunday!

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Weyerbacher Update July 14, 2014

Imperial Pumpkin Ale will soon be released, we’ve got 2 new brews coming soon and our latest Last Chance donation recipient!

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Weyerbacher Update June 18, 2014

Details on this year’s anniversary release, Weyerbacher’s Ales for ALS offering, beers to look for in the market and Weyerbacher’s latest Last Chance IPA donation!

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New Brewhouse!

Weyerbacher has been preparing for the upgrade of our current brewhouse for quite some time but seeing the dust curtain walls go up today sure makes it feel real! For those who have been to Weyerbacher over the years, this is the area where our filtration and bright tanks used to be located, immediately behind […]

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Philly Beer Week

Philly Beer Week is HERE! Holy hops, Mike Lubieski and crew are going to be everywhere! Check out this lineup of Weyerbacher events and try to get out and see us at as many of them as you can! You’ll be rewarded with delicious Weyerbacher beer!  Make sure you check the Philly Beer Week site/app […]

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June Events in NEW JERSEY!

June is filled with beer dinners, huge tap takeovers, and beer fests! There are even some Philly Beer Week events happening in the Garden State. Check them out by clicking on the title above.

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