Phoenixville Beer and Wine Festival Returns May 11

Now in its third year, the festival brings together some of the area’s best drink purveyors.

On May 11, the Kimberton Fairgrounds will transform into an adult beverage haven as the Phoenixville Beer and Wine Festival returns. The event, which runs from 12-4 p.m., supports local nonprofits that directly benefit education and theater programs, animal shelters, and veteran programs.

Tickets are $45—there’s also a $10 designated driver option—and must be purchased in advance. The 21-and-over event includes unlimited sampling of some of the areas best brews, ciders, spirits and food.

Here’s a look at the participants.

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Over 50 breweries will be on hand so visitors can imbibe local lagers, IPAs, ales, stouts and porters. Participants include Brewery Ommegang, Crowded Castle Brewing Company, Highway Manor Brewing Company, Hopsgrove Beer, Iron Hill Brewery, Locust Lane Craft Brewery, Sly Fox, Sterling Pig, Troegs and Weyerbacher to name a few.


Representing the thriving Pennsylvania cider industry, as well as providing gluten-free sips, will be Dressler Estate, Rebel Seed Cider and Wyndridge Farm Cidery.

Wine and Spirits

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Craft cocktail and wine lovers will be satisfied by the likes of Pennsylvania Distilling, The Revivalist Botanical Gin, Allegro Winery, Blue Mountain Vineyards, Grace Winery, Harvest Ridge Winery and Stone Barn Cellars.


Peruse several food vendors and trucks including Nicks Roast Beef, The Cow and the Curd and Grappling Crab Shack.

762 Pike Springs Road, Phoenixville.

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