The Lansdale Beer Tasting Festival is a fundraising event with all proceeds going to charitable organizations. It is intended to be an opportunity to sample some of the best regional and national craft beers accompanied by great food, great music, and great people.


June 23, 2018
12:00pm – 4:00pm


In the football field steps from the new Septa parking garage at the Lansdale Train Station near the corner of 5th St. and Wood St. in Lansdale, PA


Click here to view ticket information.


Coming soon…


Mike Greer & Company will be performing throughout the festival.

Public Transportation

  • SEPTA: The event is steps away from the Lansdale Station on the SEPTA Lansdale/Doylestown Line
  • Some alternate options include taxi, Uber, Lyft, etc


With the construction currently present at the Madison Parking area, we STRONGLY suggest the use of public transportation to get to the event on Saturday. Trains pull in hourly. If you intend on driving we still recommend using the two Septa train station lots nearest to Lansdale–Pennbrook and 9th St, Lansdale–as alternative parking locations. The train coming south from 9th Street (Colmar, Chalfont, Doylestown) arrives at :34 past the hour, (9:34, 10:34, 11:34, etc.) every hour on Saturday. The train coming north from Pennbrook (North Wales, Ft. Washington, Philly) arrives at :09 past the hour, every hour (10:09, 11:09, etc.).
One suggestion is to get in a little early… Stop by Round Guys Brewing, Stove & Tap, Cafe V-Dal, West Main Diner, etc. for a quick bite to eat in preparation for the Beer Fest. What we can tell you is that parking in and around the site is going to be very, very bad. Use the SEPTA lots. Since both remote stations are in the same zone, you may not even be charged for the trip.


Attending the Lansdale Beer Tasting Festival and need a place to spend the night? Homewood Suites by Hilton Lansdale, offers a great place to stay and is conveniently located to the Beer Fest location. Use this booking link to access our group rate for the event. The hotel is located just one train stop away and then a short walk from the Lansdale Train Station to the festival.