Saturday, March 14, 2015 4:00pm
Allentown Brew Works
Cask Beer and another spectacular time at the Allentown Brew Works and High Gravity!
Fegley’s Brew Works Brewers are proud to host this special event with exclusive, one-of-a-kind, cask creations from more than a dozen craft breweries. There will be a minimum of 32 cask beer and craft beer selections for sampling. Tickets include Celtic entertainment and St. Patrick’s Day inspired food buffet. Browse beer-centric vendor tables and enjoy the Puttle Championships!
Tickets Make a Great Holiday Gift!
$35 General Admission / $40 at the door
$45 VIP Hour PLUS General Admission
BONUS VIP HOUR!
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. From 3pm to 4pm for an additional $10.
Designated Driver Tickets – $15 – Includes admission, food, entertainment, and N/A beverages. Designated Driver Tickets are not subject to discounts.
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21 & Older only. ID must be presented at the door
Invited Brewers & Breweries for 2015*:
- Casks from Brewmaster Beau Baden of Allentown Brew Works
- Casks from Brewer Josh Bushey of Bethlehem Brew Works
- Colony Meadery
- Flying Fish
- Funk Brewing Co.
- Golden Avalanche Brewing Co.
- Neshaminy Creek Brewing
- Round Guys Brewery
- New Holland Brewing Company
- Straub Brewery
- Stonekeep Meadery
- Yards Brewing
- PLUS 14 Allentown Brew Works draft, craft beers to sample!
Itinerary & Menu
- 3pm to 4pm – VIP HOUR ($10 per person extra) – Enjoy delectable hors d’oeuvres from Chef’s Bert and Doug. Meet the Brewers personally with less of a crowd.
- 4pm to 7pm – CASK BEER FESTIVAL – Sample over 32 cask and craft beers from your favorite breweries. Browse vendor tables offering something for everyone.
- 4:30pm to 6:30pm – Dine from an Celtic themed buffet featuring St. Patrick’s Day favorites!
The O’Grady-Quinlan Academy Irish Step Dancers
5:30pm = performing a 15-20 minute set during the festival. We’re truly excited to have them, and hope you are too.
The O’Grady-Quinlan Academy, founded in January 2005, represents an exciting merger between the Lehigh Valley’s two established and successful Irish dance schools: the Maureen O’Grady School of Irish Dance, and the Quinlan Academy of Irish Dance. With over two decades of experience, you are sure to get the best Irish dance experience in the Lehigh Valley.
The Puttle Championship
The 2015 Puttle Championship will be held during the Cask Beer Fest at the Allentown Brew Works. Winners in both the Golfer and Non-Golfer categories will be awarded cash, prizes and “The Tankard” for lowest score. $1 entry fee for those in attendance will be donated to the Boys+Girls Clubs of the LV. You must be an attendee of the Cask Beer Fest. If you’re curious about Puttle and want to know more, click here.
Crafts by G | Dr. T-shirt | G&E Smoke Shop | Guy and Lady Barrel | PA Prostate Cancer Coalition | Puttle Golf | Saint Obnoxious | Scentsy | Stonekeep Meadery | TexJer | The Cow and the Curd | wHoly Chiptole | Wildtree Herbs
The Cow and the Curd will be outside all day serving up battered fried cheese curds!
Experience the CASK Difference
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…
*As details for the 2014 festival are being ironed out, please check back often. Breweries, vendors and entertainment for the evening are subject to change. Cheers!
Our 2013 Festival was great! Thanks to everyone who came out. While you’re waiting for our next great festival, check out the photos below.