What is your Brewery Style?
Whether you prefer a laid-back atmosphere with an easy drinking brew, or a vibrant experience with an outside of the box brew, or something in between you can find it with Delaware on Tap. Tap into your brewery style with these ideas
Friendly & Fun - Fordham & Dominion Brewing Company and Volunteer Brewing Company
Walking into a brewery that feels a little like home is one of those bucket list feelings. Where you walk in as a stranger, and leave as a friend - with a list of new favorite brews too! At places like Fordham and Dominion you can expect a smaller, conversation-friendly taproom, and for a more at-home relaxing experience visit the backyard area at Volunteer Brewing.
Laid-Back(yard) Breweries - Crooked Hammock Brewery and Thompson Island Brewing Company
Escape to a hammock state of mind where nothing else matters but the craft brew in your hand, the savory snack on your plate, and the great outdoors around you. This feeling is possible thanks to the epic backyard area at breweries like Crooked Hammock Brewery and Thompson Island Brewing Co. Choose from a variety of hammocks to sway in, sip back and relax by the firepit in an adirondack chair, or tap into a game of cornhole or shuffleboard.
Playfully Unique - Mispillion River Brewing and Midnight Oil Brewing Company
For a brewery that is as unique as the brews they create be sure to visit Mispillion River Brewing and Midnight Oil Brewing Co. Mispillion is a hidden gem bursting with personality, and a taproom that welcomes all things fun especially for fans of star wars, and electrolyte infused brews. At Midnight Oil you can expect trivia, to video game tournaments, to yoga and more.
Modern Muse - Dewey Beer Co. or Autumn Arch Beer Project
Colorful mosaics, and growing greenery at Dewey Beer Company, or industrial decor with a modern edge at Autumn Arch Beer Project? Whichever style you choose you’re sure to find taps of some of the most unique sours and an atmosphere that just may become your muse. Lose yourself in the decor beaming with bright vibes as you sip on fan-favorite brews.
Tap into History - Dew Point Brewing Company or Stewarts Brewing Company
Take a trip off the beaten path to discover a brewery with a historic background, and a laid-back vibe. Dew Point Brewing is housed in the historic Garrett Snuff Mill with surrounding buildings that date back to 1846. Or visit Stewarts Brewing Co. where you can sip brews and savor food in the 1st brewpub established in Northern Delaware in 1995.
Tunes and brews - Bellefonte Brewing Company and Blue Earl Brewing
Walking into Bellefonte Brewery and Blue Earl Brewing you can be sure that a party-like atmosphere is on the menu. With events often happening, and a lineup of live music that pairs perfectly with their variety of brews.