Fegley’s Brew Works Brewers are proud to host our Cask Beer Festival with numerous one-of-a-kind cask creations and craft beer from over a dozen craft breweries. Tickets include live music and a St. Patrick’s Day inspired food buffet. Browse beer-centric vendor tables and compete in the Puttle Golf Championships.
General Admission – 4pm to 7pm
$30 if purchased by 02/01
$35 if purchased by 02/21
$40 if purchased by 03/13
$45 if purchased by 03/21
$50 at the door
$50 VIP Hour + General Admission – 3pm to 7pm
$15 Designated Driver – Includes admission, food, entertainment, and non-alcoholic beverages
*Designated Driver Tickets are not subject to discounts
Add an extra hour to the beginning of the fest from 3pm to 4pm. Meet the brewery representatives and brewers. VIP Hour includes hors d’oeuvres and exclusive tappings. ***200 PERSON LIMITED ADMISSION*** VIP Hour has historically sold out for the past 3 years so get your tickets online now to secure an extra hour of sampling and fun!
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21 & Older only. ID must be presented at the door.
Traditionally, cask beers are naturally carbonated by yeast being added during a second fermentation rather than adding CO2. Casks can be gravity drawn typically from barrels laying horizontally, or from typical looking ”kegs” that have been naturally carbonated. Experience REAL ALE, sample the difference at The Great Allentown Brew Works Cask Beer Festival. Open your senses to tradition – beer the way it was meant to be. Official definition from Wikipedia…
“Cask ale or cask-conditioned beer is unfiltered and unpasteurized beer which is conditioned (including secondary fermentation) and served from a cask without additional nitrogen or carbon dioxide pressure. Cask ale may also be referred to as real ale, a term coined by the Campaign for Real Ale, often now extended to cover bottle-conditioned beer as well.” Read more…