“Dust off your lederhosen; Oktoberfest is this Saturday,” the brewery said online.
The brewery said that more details on the event will be released on Sept. 20.
Just recently, the brewery hosted other breweries from around the county that are a part of the Bucks County Ale Trail. Some of the breweries in attendance included Aristaeus Brewing, Bitchin’ Kitten Brewery, Broad Street Brewing Co., Broken Goblet Brewing, Bucks County Brewery, Free Will Brewing, Geronimo Brewing, Great Barn Brewery, Van Lieus Brewing Company, Vault Brewing Co., and Second Sin Brewing Company, to name a few.
The brewery also recently collaborated with Stick City Brewing, based in Mars, Pennsylvania, to create their latest beer, “Copper Lager”. The new beer is described as an American Traditional Lager that is brewed with Pils and Vienna malt.
Learn more about the Oktoberfest celebration at Warwick Farm Brewing.