Get an up-close look at 30bbl fermenters. See behind the scenes of our production brewery located at Fegley’s Allentown Brew Works. We’re throwing open the doors every Saturday at noon on the back room brewery and leading our friends from beginning to end with glass in hand.
Hosted by Fegley’s Allentown Brew Works and our friendly brewery staff.
Sign up for any Saturday (reservations preferred). Call 610-433-7777 to schedule your group today.
Free brewery tour and sampling session. Guided tour through the brewing process followed by a tasting session of Fegley’s Allentown Brew Works Seasonal and Flagship beers.
Allentown Brew Works, 812 W. Hamilton St., Allentown, PA
To build and reward a better beer loving community.
See firsthand as knowledgeable staff members show you the entire process of how our award winning brewery operates.
Hear the inside story of the brewing techniques used to create ales and lagers.
Get hands on and up close with the equipment the brewers use to get medal after medal.
Smell the sweet scents of milled grains, pungent fermenting yeasts, and floral hoppy aromas.
Every Sunday 11am to 3pm at Fegley’s Bethlehem and Allentown Brew Works, we offer a delicious Sunday brunch menu in addition to our regular menu items. Not only can you enjoy fresh-from-the-brewery award winning craft beer, we also offer a variety of drink specials:
What better way to spend a Sunday with the family than having brunch together at Fegley’s Brew Works! We hope to see you come out and enjoy all the wonderful meals our Chefs have to offer. See you on Sunday!
Every Sunday 11am to 2:30pm at Fegley’s Bethlehem and Allentown Brew Works, we offer a delicious Sunday brunch menu in addition to our regular menu items. Not only can you enjoy fresh-from-the-brewery award winning craft beer, we also offer a variety of drink specials:
What better way to spend a Sunday with the family than having brunch together at Fegley’s Brew Works! We hope to see you come out and enjoy all the wonderful meals our Chefs have to offer. See you on Sunday!
Swing Kat welcomes you to dance with us at Fegley’s Allentown Brew Works in High Gravity on the 4th Sundays 6-9:30pm! $5 includes free intro lesson at 6pm and DJ’d music from 7-9:30pm.
Join 18 year veteran Brew Works bartender, Michael Slaski, for our FIRST extended Monday happy hour with your chance to win a beer on the house in a game of Beat the Bartender! Be prepared you could be flipping a coin, rolling the dice or playing best out of 3 for Rock, Paper, Scissors.
If you know Mikey, you know he’s unstoppable but is he unbeatable??
We are kicking off this ongoing event during Lehigh Valley Beer Week! Free to play, 1 free beer per customer per night. Must be 21 or older.
$3 Beers | $4 Wine | $5 Drinks NOW FROM 4-8 pm!!!!
Fegley’s Flagship Drafts, Wine by the Glass, and our Cocktails List
$5 Select Appetizers from 4-6 pm
Reward’s Club Member specials…. BOGO Appetizers – Buy One Get One FREEEEE appetizers and $3.50 PINTS of Valley Golden Ale!
We’re a group of about 15 to 20, who love knitting, drinking and eating in a great social atmosphere.
Join us for a relaxing evening of socializing and crafting.
And look for us on Ravelry
Visit one of these great stores for all your supplies.
Come out and support our local doggie charities during our Yappy Hour event! Held every Tuesday from 5:30pm – 8:30pm! Serving up tons of drink specials on the patio where proceeds will be donated to the featured charity of the week. We have lots of yummy treats and even dog-friendly yappetizers available for your four-legged friends!
Warm up with a brisk run and a craft beer.
Arrive early to stretch. Meet in the hall outside Aardvark Sport Center in Main Street Commons, Bethlehem around 7pm.
Post-run drinks in the Steelgaarden… $3.5 Wit Special!
Steel Trap Trivia starting at 9pm.
For more info and up to date weather alerts and cancellations, please visit LV BeerRun Club Facebook page.
Hand-pick your team and register, starting at 7:30pm, game begins at 8pm. Exciting news for those that must wake up early the next day.
Back Door Bakeshop – French Roast and French Toast Muffins fresh from the oven. When you’re looking for coffee and a muffin on your way to work, or you want a healthy lunch that will also fill you up, come on in. Serving delicious sandwiches, soups and salads. Back Door Bakeshop is a bakeshop and a cafe, and everything is packaged for takeout. Next time you’re out for a walk with the pooch, pushing the stroller, or pedaling your way around town, stop by for a snack. Our walk-up window makes it so easy, you don’t even have to come inside.
The Wise Bean – Get your coffee fix in Bethlehem! From the beginning it has truly been a community affair. Lawyers, postmen, professors, meter maids – our neighbors all stop in. More than just serving incredible coffee and tasty baked goods, “The Bean” has become a catalyst to the bonding of our neighborhood through the ongoing conversations, cultural, political, and personal, of our locals and our guests.
The Underground Lair – Family owned and operated, a true “Mom & Pop Shop” nicely hidden in the downtown area of beautiful historic Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. We are located at the corners of Broad & Guetter Streets, in the pedestrian alley way behind Rippers Pub. Or down the path behind the Sun Inn Courtyard. Specializing in vintage toys & games, as well as pop culture collectibles. Circa 1950-2000. We celebrate all things Geek and all things strange and unusual.
Steel Street Tours has graciously donated tickets for their tours. We’re sure that Steven B0st will concoct various maniacal ways to give away the tickets, but make sure to come out and get a spot. Learn things about Bethlehem you never knew and learn some local history!
Using Steel Trap Trivia, I lost 15 lbs, saved hundreds of dollars and gained the confidence I needed to get ahead in today’s economy. Thanks, Steel Trap Trivia! –Dan Ford, Allentown
Steel Trap Trivia has allowed me to put to use the copious amount of severely pathetic (YET TOTALLY AWESOME) knowledge i maintain about ‘Lord of the Rings’ while also nailing almost every Ryan’s Sports Report question. Not only that–I have entrusted that the Wit has enough Vitamin C to keep a player healthy enough to endure the ridiculousness that ensues during a single game of trivia. –Dana Carey, Bethlehem
I continue to play Steel Trap Trivia every week despite my own consistently poor performance. This must therefore prove one or more of the following: 1) Steel Trap Trivia is indeed an excellent time and a splendid way to spend your Wednesday evening. 2) Hope and perseverance are the opiates of the unskilled. 3) I am secretly in love with the hilarious and charismatic hosts. Come play Steel Trap Trivia – have a great time, abandon all hope, and fall in love! –Juggy Gales (not his real name), Bethlehem
What do you want me to add? Make it less “full of myself?” On second thought, take it down or I will. I hate when my Ego manifests. –Drake Myre (also not his real name), Allentown
Steel Trap Trivia has replaced my Viagra®. –Joel Garcia, Bethlehem
Description: Ranging in size anywhere from two to as many as 6, this gang of intelligent hoodlums rarely fails to show when the smell of Trivia—or blood–is in the air. Pictured here, their two ringleaders. Distinguishing Characteristics: Bluster, confidence, loud demands to “Play the hits!” Extensive knowledge of superheroes, professional wrestling, Nineties Brit Pop, and Top 40 radio. Crimes: Playlist hijacking, exploitation of semantics One of the Big Three longest-serving teams Aliases: Blank Blank Sandwich; A. Racist
Description: Averaging 6 members (though usually whittled down to two by 10:30 or so), this brightly colored, athletic group meets beforehand to jog, in order to offset the beer calories they pack on during our game. Distinguishing Characteristics: Cheerful, well-stretched, deadly in the short sprint. If you outlast them, you can sometimes snatch up the growler they leave behind. Crimes: Sweatiness, premature departure
Description: This cheerful team is back to occasionally raid us after a long, uninterrupted spell of peace. They’re a hip bunch with wide-ranging knowledge to match. Pictured here: a full quorum. Distinguishing Characteristics: “Star Wars” t-shirts, hip glasses, ravishing red hair. Crimes: Varied team name spelling, sporadicness, theme suggesting Aliases: Electric Dream Machine vs. Chemical Toilet
Description: A model team, full of enthusiasm, if somewhat modest, as evidenced by this mug shot. Caution: they wield the Totally Stumped Pass like Sauron wields The One Ring. Do not underestimate this team. Distinguishing Characteristics: Also “Star Wars” t-shirts, Cthulhu, extensive knowledge of “The Lord of the Rings” and hockey. Crimes: Frequent theft of funniest answer, wisecrackery, excellent attendance Aliases: Bloody Human Baby Bludgeon; Bloody Human Baby Barnacle Bill’s Home Pregnancy Test
Description: A long-serving team of low-key bandits and other hyphenated terms, their posse will frequently swell to 14 members or more—although how many of them are there to contribute is contestable. Some members will flee to the U.K. on occasion, presumably to avoid extradition. Rogue elements of the group also comprise local indie rock combo Scott Pine & the Conifers. Description: Beards, beards, and more beards. Particular strengths In Civil War history, Local Lore, “Doctor Who.” Crimes: Disloyalty (you know who you are), overuse of ironic t-shirts, secession Aliases: Drive Changry; The Big Chang Theory; Everybody Loves Lana Del Raymond
Description:Another of the Big Three longest <ahem> tenured teams, this gang has marked its territory with a string of victories even Timur the Lame would envy. Their secret? Well-roundedness (we guess) Who knows what they do with their comic book shop winnings, besides occasionally donate them to charitable causes. Distinguishing Characteristics: High alcohol tolerance, mellowness, knowledge of sociology, good memories, several degrees Crimes: Waste of perfectly good comic book shop gift certificates, tricking hosts into drinking Prairie Fire shots, defrauding Medicare Aliases: Under the Stairs, Biden Our Time; Under the Stairs, Looking For a Corporate Sponsor; Oh, Kate, Where Have You Been? These Other Guys Are D****es
Description: In semi-retirement, this fresh-faced team is one of the Big 3 going way back with us. Alas, that much knowledge just can’t be contained, and they’re currently in diaspora mode. But when they make it back, they … well, they’re still all smiles. Distinguishing Characteristics: Photographic, photogenic, scream-y. Extensive Local/American Revolution knowledge. Crimes: Distraction, soul-stealing, spilling on the pool tables. Known Aliases: None
Description: Behold, the Team sometimes known as Awesome. Many have gone by that name, but none return nearly as often as this team of cagey, red-eyed devils. Be warned: NEVER request “Call Me Maybe” within earshot. Distinguishing Characteristics: Dungeons & Dragons, forensic sciences, chemistry. Crimes: Witchcraft, attention to detail, telling off beers***s, minor racketeering Known Aliases: Sick Assad World; Meth Heads Bobbing For Apples; Team Awesometitties
Description: You think this is big? This is just the team’s Honor Guard. Comprised of meet-up participants who developed a taste for Trivia, this brigade of players from all corners and walks of life came on the scene in mid-2012, racking up an impressive list of silver and bronze medals. So far … Distinguishing Characteristics: Enthusiastic vigor, scrupulous honesty, occasional fawning, shoelessness. Crimes: Requesting s****y pop music, shaking the ground, Tyranny of the Majority Known Aliases: Borderline Melancholy; Stay Borderline, Lehigh Valley; Color Me Epic
Description: Kirkman is back, after—oh, what is it—a three-year absence? They’ve all finished their probation, community service, and gunrunning now, however, so expect big things from these ruffians. Distinguishing Characteristics: Relentless advocating for more sci-fi (Is that possible?); gentle difficulty with–yet dogged tenacity at–questions of baseball; a kind of unflagging cheerfulness Crimes: Theft of plutonium, being Replicants, violating the Prime Directive. Known Aliases: Kirkman Strikes Back; Kirkman: The First Avenger; Kirkman: The Winter Soldier
Description: Dyed-in-the-wool Trivia lovers, no matter what town they’re in, this family-oriented team typically gets here earliest and often leaves the latest. (That’s a compliment.) One day, they’ll take down their arch-nemesis (you know who you are.) Distinguishing Characteristics: Knowledge of sports, classic rock, nursing. Sky-high tolerance Crimes: Liver self-abuse, some envy. Aliases: My Teammate Sucks
Description: A relatively recent, yet dedicated, cadre of fanatics. While we’ve yet to pinpoint which one is Dr. Mike and whither the Sheep, we do know this much: he’s a real doctor, not the evil kind. I’unno—physics, maybe? Distinguishing Characteristics: Possibly too easy-going. Seriously, these guys need to start arguing with us more. Crimes: Humorous t-shirts, criminal conversation, failure to get their girlfriends out for Trivia. Known Aliases: Dr. Mike + the Electric Sheep featuring Capt. Mark and Nickelodeon Doug
Description: They’re a newer team, and as of this writing they’ve yet to place, but that hasn’t daunted this plucky trio who, well, obviously aren’t afraid to bring in reinforcements. Distinguishing Characteristics: Piercings, expertise in Disney movies, good at helpful suggestions. Crimes: Endangering couches, stacking empty glasses ludicrously high Aliases: Thunder Muffins Strike Again
Jay & Brian’s Excellent Video Store – Buy, Rent, Sell! 4,500 DVD titles and growing with regular DVD rentals for just $1 per night! They do their best to keep the oldies available, because you love the classics and they do too! Come check out their large selection of your old favorites!
The Gas House Dance Hall – The Gas House Dance Hall was established in 2013 to provide quality dance instruction, performance opportunities, and wellness initiatives.
Blondies – Designer Cupcakes. Blondies is located in Catasauqua’s Downtown Business District. We are family owned & operated, and are born & raised in this wondeful town. We are not professional chefs, and we don’t have culinary degrees, what we DO have is a passion for Yummy Cupcakes & Wholesome Honest Foods. Being half Irish & half Slovak we couldn’t help but add some delicious ethnic food to our menu. It would be such a shame to see these wonderful recipes die out. Our family looks forward to seeing yours, & remember you can always contact us on our facebook fan page Blondies.
The Attic – A unique vintage clothing store where you can buy, sell, and trade your clothes and get one-of-a-kind looks on any budget. Because they are buying and trading directly with you, they are able to sell the latest name brand styles and the coolest retro looks for much less! The Attic is the most stylish thrift store you’ve ever seen! It’s quick and easy! Bring in your cool stuff and receive cash or store credit for the items that The Attic can resell.
Julia’s 4 Season – All Seasons Consignment Boutique!
Blind Willow Book Shop – A fantastic place to shop, located at 412 Chestnut St. in Emmaus. Check out the cool video about the shop right here.
Civic Theatre of Allentown – The Lehigh Valley’s only year-round source for independent, foreign and arthouse cinema, Civic is also home to professionally-created community theatre, and will produce the Lehigh Valley premiere of Rent this season.
Wired Cafe and Gallery – Featuring a variety of craft-roasted, fair trade, organic coffees and expertly prepared espresso drinks in an inviting downtown location. Perhaps the best lattes in the world!
Shuze – Offering you an exciting, fun and new shopping experience! You will find brands and styles you’ve never seen, and some names you know and love. Shuze has some great looks with Frye, San Miguel, Nicole, All Black, Poetic Licence, BCBG, Hunter Boots, Fergie, Simple Shoes, Me Too! and more.
The Wise Bean Coffee & Espresso Bar – “A small gem of a coffee shop, tucked away in the North Side of Bethlehem…”
Spa Soleil – We will customize a package to suit your needs! Corporate Packages and Customized Wedding Packages available. Call us for details. Also, ask about our Gift Certificates.
LaRose Boutique – A family owned & operated business established in 2008 in downtown Bethlehem. Providing unique, affordable, high quality natural and organic bath & body products that are great for your skin, yet earth friendly. They offer in-store sampling of most products so you can see for yourself the benefits of natural and organic skin care! Please stop by and say hello at 85 East Broad Street in Bethlehem, PA 18018 between Center and New Streets.
Tallarico’s Chocolates – Opened November 2004 in Southside Bethlehem. Brian & Deborah Tallarico, bring to you creative, delicious, chocolate confections with a Tuscany influence. Stop in to experience the magic of chocolate and you’re sure to get a smile, a sample and a story from the Tallaricos.
Verbeke Martial Arts Academy – A traditional martial arts school dedicated to the advancement and growth of quality martial arts training in the Lehigh Valley through the practice of Tang Soo Do (Korean Karate) and Kobudo (Okinawan Weaponry).
UnderWired – Owned & operated by Lisa O’Brien, is your ultimate source for quality & authentic vintage clothing in the the Lehigh Valley specializing in women’s clothing from the 1920’s up to the 1980’s. Featuring: menswear, jewelry & accessories for every budget, consignment items by local artists including: DreamJeans, Beat Red Designs, La La La, Ben Franklin Pawlowski & Bag Anne.
Home & Planet’s – 5,000 retail store features home furnishings and gifts made from recycled, found, organic and other environmentally beneficial and socially responsible materials. Best seller is furniture made from Bethlehem Steel I-beams.
The Chocolate Lab – Owned & operated by Arlene Brockel. Freshly handmade chocolates prepared daily make this store a unique delight. Arlene has the uncanny ability to make her creations memorable both to your eyes & to your taste buds.
Dreamscape Comics – Largest selection of comics & graphic novels in the region! Monsters & Horror Â· Pulps – The Shadow, Doc Savage, High Adventure, etc. Books, CDs, Movies–new & used. Toys, Action Figures, Statues, Bobbleheads, Lunch Boxes, Games, Cards, Supplies & More!
Compact Disc Center – Specializes in music cds, as well as concert and video dvds. A vast selection of new and used music cds, including a genre from rock to classical and everything in between. Also a wild selection of gifts and novelties; from magnets to stickers, from tapestries to jewelry, from incense to buttons, as well as band flags and also various kinds of posters.
Hookah Turka – Offering different types of Hookah flavors, fresh brewed teas, fresh squeezed juices, fresh fruit smoothies, Mediterranean finger foods such as Tapas, Turkish Panini, spreads…boreks, and freshly baked cookies; pastries. In short…lots & lots of yummies. Check out their menu pagefor details.
Franklin Hill Vineyards – “A Finer Wine Experience” This Family owned and operated winery has been in business for over 20 years. The oldest of the Lehigh Valley wineries, Franklin Hill Vineyards is a small, secluded winery located in the foothills of the Pocono Mountains.. Inspired by You Lifestyle Studio Their Bethlehem studio offers a full-service salon, skincare services, waxing, massage, natural nail services, reiki, yoga, and a boutique featuring local art and unique gifts.
Join us every Wednesday at the Main bar area from 8pm – 10pm for trivia, prizes, specials and fun.
Hosted by Fegley’s Allentown Brew Works Mug Club Member, Frank. Every week, Frank creates challenging and entertaining questions that will keep you coming back for more.
The number one searched for trivia game in the Allentown area offers a true potpourri of questions. From categories that range from current events, pop culture, art, music, sports, and history you never know what is going to be next. So bring your friends and form a team in order to be crowned champions!!!
Great prizes for the winners! If you have what it takes, and head is filled with useless knowledge, then you may win…
Extra goodies from monthly sponsors will be added to the mix as well.
Premier Designs Jewelry is affordable high fashion jewelry that can take an outfit from ordinary to extraordinary!
Contact your personal jeweler, Lori Heverly, to schedule a private in home showing of the jewelry so she can teach you and your friends how to maximize your wardrobe with accessories!
Want to get paid to Sparkle, Lori is happy to share the no pressure marketing plan…no sales quotas, no inventory, no deliveries, 50% gross profit!
Expand Your World! For more than 75 years, the Allentown Art Museum has been a place where inspiration is born and lifelong memories are made. Today, the museum welcomes over 100,000 visitors each year, offering every one of them the opportunity to expand their world. Visit the Allentown Art Museum and expand your world again and again.
Need photos for your wedding? Band looking for a music video? Business in need of a new logo? Travis Eisenhard Digital is your quality and affordable solution. Studying the art of commercial photography and electronic imaging paved the way for this Lehigh Valley local to become the digital profession to fulfill your needs! Extensive training in Adobe Creative Suites allows for the most precise and desirable product. It’s a digital world! Take advantage of the affordability that digital art offers with Travis Eisenhard Digital!
The Lehigh Valley Steelhawks are a Professional Indoor Football team that plays its home games inside the Stabler Arena from February-June each year. They are members of the national INDOOR FOOTBALL LEAGUE and play a fourteen game schedule. Season ticket packages start as low as $8 per ticket and information can be found on their website at www.lvsteelhawks.com. Don’t miss the non-stop, hard hitting action that is professional indoor football where you can see tomorrow’s stars, TODAY!
The elaborate galleries of America On Wheels features the vehicles that put our nation, literally, on the road to international leadership in automotive transportation. The museum provides three large exhibit galleries. The center concourse features exhibit areas as well. In all, the museum has more than 23,000 sq.-ft. of exhibit space.
The concourse and the South Gallery tells the story of the development of over-the-road transportation and the American trucking industry. The North Gallery features a long-term education exhibit on alternative fuels and the second floor West Gallery showcases changing vehicle exhibits. The museum has a lobby area, an orientation theater a large gift shop and a catering prep area. The second floor houses the museum classroom and library, curatorial prep area as well as a special event room that is available for hosting symposiums, business meetings receptions and private parties.