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The Brew Works Takes the Bronze Medal at the World Beer Cup
April 25th, 2008 | ,

The 2008 World Beer Cup just announced the winners, and the Brew Works came up with another medal! The World Beer Cup is considered the most prestigious competition in the world. And our Framboise Lambic took third place in the Belgian Style Sour Ale category. THIRD PLACE IN THE ENTIRE WORLD!!!!! Brew Master, Beau Baden, […]

Barack Obama visits Bethlehem Brew Works
April 25th, 2008 |

President Barack Obama visited the Bethlehem Brew Works as part of his “listening tour” on Sunday, April 20th, 2008 and lunched with Peg Fegley. They discussed the work needed to be done for our urban centers, and shared some food and beer.  President Obama toasted the commitment of our family to the revitalization of our cities […]

Listen to ABW's first Pod-Cast!
November 12th, 2007 |

Click on the link below to listen to our very first live pod-cast! Owner Jeff Fegley discusses the Allentown Brew Works in detail, from the layout of the massive new restaurant, to what beers are on tap, as well as some interesting history about the Fegley family, and there involvement in the revitalization efforts underway […]

Beer-brewing pals craft a winner!
October 22nd, 2007 |

Hobbyist and pro concoct a winning India Pale Ale Tim Blangger | The Netizen’s Guide October 17, 2007 On the face of it, it’s an odd combination. Imagine a professional chef collaborating with a barbecue enthusiast. Or a NASCAR pit crew member joining forces with a shade-tree mechanic. That was the idea behind a professional-amateur […]

Lapping it up at the pub
September 10th, 2007 |

Patrons cheer as fat tire cyclists race through bar. Cyclists are applauded by spectators and patrons Sunday as the Tour de Brew races through the Allentown Brew Works. (Kathleen X. Cook, Allentown Morning Call / September 9, 2007) It was almost a normal Sunday afternoon at the Allentown Brew Works. Patrons occupied every seat at […]

Moos and brews
September 7th, 2007 |

Beef-beer dinner will serve five courses – with beverages, of course By Diane Stoneback | Of The Morning Call – September 5, 2007   How many times have you had beer with your dessert, rather than hot coffee or tea? For that matter, how often have you had beef-filled puff pastry with Parmesan ice cream […]

Musikfest, good food, and Valley's downtowns
August 22nd, 2007 |

The Morning Call – Donald P. Russo – August 4, 2007 Allentown continues to lag somewhat. There are, however, several bright spots, and I believe that Allentown can be turned around as Easton and Bethlehem are. The Fegley family, for example, has done a noteworthy job building the Allentown Brew Works. It is breathtakingly beautiful, […]

140 beer lovers join Brew Works' mug club
August 8th, 2007 |

By Tim Blangger | The Morning Call – July 27, 2007 In another sign that the Allentown Brew Works is growing a customer base, the brew pub and restaurant sold 140 mugs Wednesday night for its in-house mug club. About 200 were offered, and the owners receive discounts and other benefits, says brew pub owner […]

Allentown Brew Works now serves up music
August 8th, 2007 |

By Susan Gottshall | Special to The Morning Call – July 19, 2007 As first impressions go, one word immediately came to mind as I followed the hostess to our table at the Allentown Brew Works recently — and that was ”large.” Now, as the name implies, this restaurant is also a brewery, and making […]

Allentown Brew Works to Sponsor Force
August 8th, 2007 |

Allentown, Pa. – The Philadelphia Force have announced that they have formed a sponsorship relationship with the Allentown Brew Works for the remainder of the 2007 National Pro Fastpitch season. The newly opened establishment will be the official host restaurant of the Philadelphia Force. The restaurant is housed inside the historic Harold’s Furniture Building at […]

Satire, scoping a restaurant and some swell suds
August 7th, 2007 |

By Frank Whelan Of The Morning Call BREW MASTER’S DINNER A MASTERPIECE Scene has to admit that at first we were not among those who caught on to the current beer craze. Despite childhood memories of that heated contest for the title of Miss Rheingold 1959 (a late-lamented brew of my late-lamented youth), beer is […]

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