Get some Weyerbacher right from the source!
- Purchase beer as single bottles, 4 or 6 packs, cases, growlers or kegs
- Loads of shirts, hats, glassware and more!
- Brewery Tours (Friday nights, Saturdays and Sundays)
No reservations needed!* Tours are FREE and can last between 30 and 45 minutes, depending upon audience participation/enthusiasm. Learn about our history as a brewery, our current distribution and sales areas, ingredients in our beer as well as the entire brewing to packaging process. Depending upon which tour guide you have, you’re likely to get some other great beer trivia/history or stories from the “old days” of Weyerbacher.
- Friday: 5:30 pm – The Friday tour is a little less formal than our Saturday tours and is generally a much smaller group. Since the brewery is often still in production at 5:30 on a Friday, the tour may have to make a detour or two to keep our guests safe (avoiding any forklift traffic, brewing activities or other unsafe-to-tour activities).
- Saturday: 1:00 pm, 3:00 pm, 5:00 pm – Saturday tours are approximately 30 to 40 minutes long and feature an all-access, in-depth overview of the entire beer making process from brewhouse to glass.
- Sunday: 1:30 pm and 3:30 pm
*If you are with a group of 15 or more people, please call us at 610-559-5561 and let us know of your plans in advance so we can staff accordingly! BUSES NEED PRIOR APPROVAL!
ID & Minors:
All visitors must provide a valid proof of ID to sample or purchase beers at Weyerbacher Brewing Company. We proof EVERY guest, regardless of how old you think we might think you are. Those without ID can not purchase or sample our beer, no exceptions! Youngsters are welcome to accompany their parents to the Tap Room and go on tours, but it should be known that we have nothing but water and bar-top thin pretzels to offer them. Make sure your little ones have whatever they need in order to maximize your enjoyment of your visit!
Parking & Accessibility:
The Tap Room is located at the brewery on the west end of the building. The address is 905 Line Street, Easton, PA. We have a small number of parking spots around the perimeter of our building. Westbound street parking on Line Street is legal and free. Many of the side streets have parking, but they are a decent walk away. Guests may park anywhere behind our building along the woods. Please do NOT park in front of roll-up garage doors belonging to other businesses. Also, please do NOT park in the gravel lot across the street from our brewery at the repair facility as they’ll tow your car. Our entire brewery is handicap accessible and has no stairs. We do not have tables or chairs, so wear comfortable shoes! Please note: The brewery is made out of concrete, steel and some wood; there is NOTHING soft about it. Please make appropriate footwear choices accordingly!
What to Buy, What to Buy?
We have a great selection of tees, glassware and other branded merchandise. Why not grab a shirt to show off your love for one of your favorite breweries? Expect to find a wide selection of Weyerbacher bottles and a large selection of draft beers as well. Pennsylvania is NO LONGER a full-case state! The great thing about purchasing beer at our Tap Room is that you can buy whatever variety or quantity of 12 oz and/or 25.4/750ml bottles. Of course, you can still purchase a full case of a single style of beer, just let one of our staff know and they will grab it for you! Another great thing about coming to the Tap Room is that it is the only place where you can find bottles of our Brewers’ Select Beers (well, almost) and if you are having a hard time locating one of our seasonal releases, don’t forget to check with us! We offer 1/2-gallon Weyerbacher growlers for most of our draft selections and we usually have a full selection of kegs in 1/2 bbl and 1/6 bbl size in stock! Just ask!
Tap Room Hours
- Monday through Saturday: 12 pm – 7 pm
- Sunday: 12 pm – 5 pm
This week’s firkin: Merry Monks with pear, rose hips and orange peel!
What’s On Tap?
Double Simcoe IPA
Last Chance IPA
12 oz. Bottles:
Double Simcoe IPA
Last Chance IPA
750 ml Bottles:
Tarte Nouveau with Blood Orange