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24 December 2011

Fegley’s Brew Works Quadruplebock, Elongator & Alleviator

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Here are three new keg labels from Fegley’s Brew Works…no real details other than they are all likely strong lagers…but up today we have Quadruplebock, Elongator & Alleviator.

05 December 2011

Fegley’s Brew Works & Men’s Health Magazine Team Up to Fight Prostate Cancer

imageLooks like the Fegley family will be making a donation of approximately $3,000 to fight Prostate Cancer. They’re working on a new Belgian Tripel that will be release Dec 11th at 5PM!  Don’t miss the opening toast 12/11-5PM.

From Mike:

Fegley’s Brew Works  teamed up with Men’s Health Magazine to raise awareness, and help “start the conversation”about Prostate Cancer. As part of Brewvember, we brewed a Belgian Tripel that will be released December 11th at 5pm.

02 December 2011

Rude Elf’s Reserve Litigation Resolved

Rude-elf-case-photo1-150x150Remember THIS?  Breaking news  from Mike:

Fegley's Brew Works is pleased to report the litigation with fellow Pennsylvania Brewer, Troegs Brewing, has been resolved and Fegley's Brew Works will continue to sell Rude Elf's Reserve. When asked to comment on this matter Jeff Fegley responded, "We have no further comment. You may direct any questions to me via email only at"  When asked if Troegs would be attending the Allentown Brew Works Beer Festival this Saturday, December 3rd, Fegley responded, "Unfortunately no, they are tied up with their new brewery expansion." 

Fegley’s Brew Works - Funky Monkey & Harvest Fest

imageHere’s a new keg-only label approval from Fegley’s Brew Works called Funky Monkey.  We’ve seen this before, and I originally thought we were talking about a wild-yeast Space Monkey, but it looks like Funky Monkey is a Farmhouse style ale aged for 4-months…this from Brew Works (Sept 6th) Funky Monkey (7%ABW) is a light, refreshing farmhouse ale that has been aged for 4 months. It's warm golden color gives way to a slight earthy tartness with hints of pineapple and crisp apples and finishes like a fine dry champagne.image

As a bonus I’ve also included their new keg-only Harvest Fest IPA label (also approved today—and I think part of the Bethlehem Harvest Festival celebration).