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Pennsylvania Homebrew Scene Around Newtown, PA?

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acarter5251

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Hi, I’m relocating the the Newtown, PA area for a new job and was just wondering what that area is like as far as homebrewing goes?

Mainly I guess I’m curious as to what homebrew shops are around as well as homebrew clubs?

Also are there any places that one could suggest for getting CO2 fills for my keeper?

Thanks in advance!
 

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A quick check of the area and I think the closest LHBS will be in Princeton NJ http://www.solarhomebrew.com/

Craft breweries are really booming in the area right now.

I'm from about an hour west, so I'm not familiar with clubs in the area.
 

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Keystone Homebrew is not the closest to you, but well worth the trip if you are in the area of Bethlehem. They have a second location which may be a little closer to you.
 

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I’m just across the River in NJ.
Keystone closed the Bethlehem location, but the Montgomery location is the main location and it’s huge with a winery / cidery attached (Stone & Key)

Solar Homebrew is my LHBS, very close. Check for hours on Facebook to make sure he is open.

MoreBeer, if it ships from their PA warehouse, will be at your door the next day after shipping.

Two homebrew clubs are the ALEiens who meet at the Hulmeville Inn and https://m.facebook.com/riversidehomebrew/ who meet at the Vault brewpub in Yardley.

My favorite brewery is Neshaminy Creek in Croydon.

Welcome to the area!
 

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I’m just across the River in NJ.
Keystone closed the Bethlehem location, but the Montgomery location is the main location and it’s huge with a winery / cidery attached (Stone & Key)
Sounds like this is trip worthy next time I am in PA
 
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