It’s hard to believe that Dew Point Brewing Co. has been open for nearly three years. The quaint tasting room and micro-brewery is located off the beaten path in the Garrett Snuff Mill Complex in Yorklyn. And last month, the family-run operation opened its own outdoor beer garden on an acre of historic green space. Grab a seat at one of the picnic tables, catch a few rays and grab a pint from one of the four permanent taps, like the Nit Wit, a refreshing witbier that is perfect on hot, summer days.
Last summer, Revelation Craft Brewing Company—the Rehoboth-based brewery—opened a beer garden in the Town of Whitehall near Middletown. Raise your pint glass because the beer garden has returned this summer.
Photo courtesy of Revelation Craft Brewing Company
The beer garden will open Friday, June 7 at 5 p.m. There will be live music from Spokey Speaky, grub from Ole Tapas food truck and plenty of beer. The beer garden will be open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Kay’s Foundation, which raises money to support children with cancer and their families, will benefit from beer sales.
Also opening June 7 is Revelation’s beer garden at Hudson Fields, a performance and event venue in Milton. The beer garden will be open Friday through Sunday and will be housed in the Eagle Crest airplane hangar. There will be eight beers on tap, with beer sales benefiting Beebe Medical Foundation. The Hungry Spork food truck will also be onsite, serving up everything from smothered fries to grilled eggplant.
Dew Point Brewing Co.
2878 Creek Road, Yorklyn (look for the smokestack once you cross the bridge on Yorklyn Road) • 235-8429
Revelation Beer Garden at Whitehall
801 Mapleton Ave., Middletown • 561-5412
Revelation Beer Garden at Hudson Fields
30045 Eagle Crest Road, Milton • 645-9464