Where to Enjoy Great Beer in Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvanians love beer and there are some really cool spots to drink it. Venues include bars, breweries, beer gardens, and pop-up parks. You can select from countless brews and enjoy deciding which one you prefer.

The Liberty Bell Beer Garden

The Liberty Bell Beer Garden at Parx Casino serves 24 rotating craft beers. Some of these are Philadelphia Pale Ale, Philthy Peach, and Prima Pils. There are also specialty cocktails and a full dining menu.

Those who prefer to play online casino games can do so from the comfort of home using the online app and drink as many beers as they wish to without having to worry about driving home.

Church Brew Works

Church Brew Works in Pittsburgh was once a Catholic church. It is now an indoor space and garden where beer lovers can taste their favorite brews. They have a full beer menu, including selections like Pious Monk Dunkel and ThunderHop IPA. Grab a beer and enjoy it with a tasty plate in the brick courtyard.

Bulls Head Public House

Bulls Head has been voted the best beer bar in Pennsylvania for a couple of years by CraftBeer.com. You can choose from 14 rotating beers on tap, bottles, or cask-conditioned ales. It is modeled after a traditional British pub and not only offers quality beers but good food and great conversation. This is the type of venue where many popular bar games are likely to take place.

Thirsty Farmer Brew Works

This venue in Biglerville has a wide selection of ales, ciders, and lagers. There are nine beers on tap and many of the beers and ciders are brewed from the variety of hops and apples grown on the site. This is a family-owned brewery where you can sit and take in the beauty of farm life with a beer in hand and some delicious, light fare.

Monk’s Café

Monks Café in Philadelphia has a selection of about 200 of the best beer brands from around the world. It has won many awards and those who frequent it say you never have to drink the same brand twice. It’s on a mission to bring the finest beers from around the world to guests. There’s a Beer Bible you can use as a guide to select the right beer for your palate.

Ship Bottom Beer Garden

Linvilla Orchards is located in Media, about 30 minutes south of Philadelphia. It teamed up with Ship Bottom Brewery to offer signature brews at the Ship Bottom Beer Garden. The brewery handcrafts every batch of beer they make. Select ales are crafted using farm-grown products from Linvilla. Daytime fun includes games like cornhole and there’s a bonfire in the evening.

Spruce Street Harbor Park

Located along the Delaware River, this pop-up park gives you the chance to relax in a hammock, enjoy live music, play games, and drink beer. There are a number of beer lines so you will have plenty of beers to select from.


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