Victory Brewing Company is so much more than great beer. They run contests to reward their loyal customers, raise money for charities, and hold celebrations for the sole reason of supporting an event where beer drinkers can gather with like-minded company for a good time.
Whether you live near or far to Victory Brewing Company in Downingtown, there’s a chance you may be able to find them at an event local to your residence. If so, try to attend as many as possible for a fun-filled summer with no regrets. Here’s a quick look at what they have coming up. For a complete list of events, be sure to check out their events page. It has the latest and most up-to-date information so you won’t miss a beer drinking beat.
Amidst all the event planning and contest creating, Victory also found time to update their menu with some new summer flare. The fresh, seasonal items are served every day at the Victory Brewpub in Downingtown and you can view the full menu HERE. They kept many of your favorites, and added some new creations to please your palate.
UPCOMING VICTORY EVENTS
Wet Hopped Homebrewing
Tell us a little bit about your love affair with brewing and you might be chosen to snag some fresh, wet hops. You’ll also join Victory brewer Kyler Gretz and help with the harvest! ENTER ONLINE
Christmas in July
Wednesday, July 25 at Victory Brewpub (11:30 am)
Sample their vintage Old Horizontal for a taste of cold winter nights on a hot July day! Vintages include 2008, 2009 and 2010. Try a flight of all three for $5 and you be the judge of which has aged the best. Growlers may also be filled at this event (one per person).
Saturday, August 4 at Paradise Farm Camps (12 to 4 pm)
Victory is hosting their 4th Annual Victory BrewBQ competition benefiting the Chester County SPCA. The competition is a two-category BBQ cook-off! Each team will compete to see who can make the best chicken and ribs according to their judges. Paradise Farm Camps is located at 1300 Valley Creek Rd. in Downingtown.
Sunday, October 7 at Limerick Community Park (7 am)
Friedreich’s Ataxia Research Alliance (FARA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to funding and facilitating research leading to treatments and a cure for Friedreich’s ataxia (FA). Victory’s guest blogger, Kyle Bryant, is also the leading spokesperson for this organization. He’s teaching others how to cycle for a cause, help cure Friedreich’s Ataxia and make a difference with events such as Ride Ataxia. There will be something for the whole family with routes from 1 to 50 miles. The Ride will have strong support and gear (SAG), fully stocked rest stops and post-ride food from Outback Steakhouse, Carrabba’s Italian Grill, and Bonefish Grill. Read Kyle’s post, get more info and register, HERE.