Crime & Punishment Brewing Co. Hosts Second Annual Brew Fair

Crime & Punishment's BREWery in FAIRmount creates "Brew Fair" as a celebration of Philadelphia's brewing history

This Saturday, October 10th, Brew Fair returns for its second year, filling Fairmount with music, food trucks–and a dozen varieties of delicious brews, of course.

Crime & Punishment Brewing Co. of West Girard Avenue, is bringing a full line of craft beers to their free eventBrew Fair, including everything from traditional and seasonal ales and lagers to their unique saisons and IPAs, in an annual celebration honoring the history of their thriving brewery within the rich culture of Philadelphia’s Brewerytown.

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Co. will also be joining the festivities this year and featuring their rare brews like “Punkless Dunkel” Pumpkin Wheat Ale and “The Shape of Hops to Come” Imperial IPA. 

This year, the lot at Girard Ave. and 27th Street will be filled with a larger music venue than last year, featuring famous Philly producer Boots Greene, Aaron Binder of Ton-Taun, Philly Reggae Band and much more. Featured food trucks will be from Luke’s Lobster, Luscious Bakery, and Mucho Bueno Philly.

There will also be special guest Andre from Give and Go Athletics Inc., and ESPN/Paste’s Magazine’s Keith Law.

More event information can be found below

Brew Fair [Official]