Washington Crossing Spring Brewfest
Saturday, May 02, 2020
12:30 PM - 04:30 PM
Washington Crossing Historic Park - North
1638 River Rd, New Hope, PA 18938, USA
We are closely monitoring the public health concerns with COVID-19.
If cancellation is required, we will announce that on the website, through social media, and via an email to all ticketholders.
The tenth annual Washington Crossing Spring Brewfest will be held on Saturday, May 2 from 12:30 to 4:30 PM in a wooded section of Washington Crossing Historic Park (PA).
The event features sampling of at least 120 beers from more than 60 regional and national breweries. Unlike most brewfests, Washington Crossing Spring Brewfest pours specialty beers throughout the day at no extra charge. Everyone is a VIP!
Washington Crossing Spring Brewfest is held in a beautiful wooded setting overlooking the Delaware River (behind the Thompson-Neely House). Multiple food vendors are on-site to provide mouthwatering meals and snacks.
- To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Washington Crossing Brewfest, tickets will be $35 on Monday, February 10, starting at midnight. This special price is available for 24 hours only!
- Early Bird tickets are $40 for one week only: Tuesday, February 11 through Monday, February 17.
- General Admission tickets are $45 from Tuesday, February 18 until tickets are sold out.
- Designated Driver tickets are $10 beginning Monday, February 10. A very limited number of DD tickets will be sold.
What's the difference between ticket types?
There’s only one difference between the 10th Anniversary, Early Bird, and General Admission tickets: the price. No matter when you buy your tickets, you’ll enjoy a wide variety of regional and nationally-known beers, including specialty beers, at no extra charge.
Who benefits from the proceeds?
100% of the proceeds from your Spring Brewfest ticket will benefit the non-profit Friends of Washington Crossing Park, who support and promote Washington Crossing Historic Park (PA).
How do I get a refund?
All Washington Crossing Spring Brewfest tickets are non-refundable. Absolutely no exceptions. You may give your ticket to someone else if you can't attend. The name on the ticket does not have to match the name on your photo ID.
I can't find my ticket in my inbox. Can you resend it to me?
First, please use Ticketbud's Retrieve My Tickets tool to grab your tickets. If you do this and still don't have them, please email email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the Spring Brewfest held?
The Brewfest is held in Washington Crossing, located in beautiful Bucks County, PA. The Brewfest site is located right next to the Delaware River in a shaded, wooded landscape. It is in the upper part of the park, behind the historic Thompson Neely House and Farmstead. This is across River Road from Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, which is located 2.5 miles from the center of New Hope and 4.5 miles from the four-way stop sign in Washington Crossing, PA.
The address is 1638 River Road, New Hope, PA 18938.
Do I need a photo ID, even if I am obviously over 21?
Pennsylvania state law stipulates that everyone who enters the Brewfest must present a valid photo ID. We will check all IDs at the gate.
Can I re-enter the Spring Brewfest once I've left?
Once you have left the grounds, you may not re-enter. Bathrooms, water and food are available on the grounds.
Can I buy beer at the Brewfest?
This is a sampling event only. Guests will receive unlimited two-ounce pours of many different kinds of beers.
What are my transportation and parking options?
Please designate a driver (a very limited number of DD tickets are available) or take advantage of Uber or Lyft after the event. Parking will be clearly marked.
Attendees being picked up or dropped off by friends or a ride-sharing service should do so only at the designated pick-up points on site. Attendees may not walk through private property or along River Road when arriving or leaving the event. Bowman’s Tavern is NOT a drop-off/pick-up location and has a zero tolerance policy about serving anyone visibly intoxicated.
Do I have to bring my ticket to the Brewfest?
Yes, please print out your ticket and bring it with you. We will scan your ticket at the gate as you enter, and this goes much faster with a paper ticket. Mobile is acceptable in a pinch.
How can I get a refund if I can't come?
Tickets are not refundable for any reason—no exceptions. You may pass on your ticket to another party, as long as that attendee is 21 or older with a valid photo ID.
Can I bring my infant/child/teen? What about my dog?
No babies, toddlers, children, teens, or pets are permitted at Spring Brewfest.
Can I bring a chair?
Chairs are not needed, as we provide seating and tables for people who want to sit while enjoying a meal or beer.
Can I bring my own food?
No outside glassware, food, or beverages are permitted (this includes water bottles).
What happens if it rains?
This is a rain or shine event. Extra tenting will be provided if the forecast calls for rain. Guests are also encouraged to dress for spring weather.
How can I get involved as a volunteer, food vendor or participating brewery?
Volunteers, breweries and food vendors may email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
All volunteers must be 21 or older to participate in the actual Brewfest, but those under 21 may participate in setting up and cleaning up. Volunteers are not permitted to consume any alcoholic beverage before or during their shift.
Ticket Sales Ended
No tickets are available for this event.