Tell your beer drinking friends it's almost time for the Washington Crossing Spring Brewfest 2022, according to the event's website. Woo hoo.

Save the date. It's going to be Saturday, May 7th from 12:30pm - 4:30pm at Washington Crossing Historic Park - North (1638 River Road in New Hope, PA).

What could be better? A nice spring day with your friends at a beautiful, local park overlooking the Delaware River, food, music, and beer...yes, all different kinds of beer. Don't worry if the weather is summer-like, it's in a wooded, shaded area of the park.

You'll get to sample beer from all over...locally brewed, regionally brewed, and nationally brewed...and unlike other beer fests you've been too, you'll get extra pours of specialty beers for no extra charge. Yay.

Check out this fun group of friends...they got matching t-shirt for Brewfest a few years ago. Does this give you any ideas? I love a theme. Lol.

There will be a bunch of food vendors serving meals and snacks at the park incase you get hungry while you're drinking, which you probably will (btw, you are NOT allowed to bring your own food). Bathrooms will be available too.

Don't forget to bring your ID, even if you're obviously over 21. They will be checking everyone's ID at the Brewfest entrance.

ALL proceeds will go to the non-profit group, Friends of Washington Crossing Park, to continue their work so everyone can enjoy the park for years to come.

Washington Crossing Spring Brewfest 2022 is rain or shine. There will be extra tents if it rains. No need to bring a chair, there will be seating...and tables too.

Did I forget to tell you anything? Hmmm. For more information and to get your tickets, click here. Tickets are only $50. Get them now before they're sold out.

Have fun. Cheers.

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