Washington Crossing Historic Park has announced their first-ever Fall Brewfest set for this October.
The new counterpart to the park’s popular May brewfest will take place Saturday, October 28 and will feature a wide range of ciders, sours and seasonal beers. The Falls Brewfest will take place from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the upper part of the park behind the Thompson-Neely House and across the street from Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Preserve.
Tickets are available here for $45.
Those who attend the event will be able to sample dozens of ciders, pumpkin beers, harvest ales, and sour beers from more than 40 regional and national breweries. A variety of food trucks will provide savory and sweet bites to complement these seasonal brews, while bonfires throughout the grounds will reinforce the fall atmosphere.
The brewfest this fall is organized by the Friends of Washington Crossing Park and all proceeds will support educational and historical programming in the park.