No dogs are allowed unless they are service dogs with proper documentation. So please keep Fido home. 

We are kid-friendly! However  we do have few new ground rules based on a few recent events: 

1. Supervision Requirement: Children must be supervised by a responsible adult at all times while on the premises of Warwick Farm Brewing. This includes both indoor and outdoor areas of the property.

2. Stay within Designated Areas: Children are to remain within designated public. Restricted

areas, including staff-only and areas near the septic system and woods are off-limits.

3. Respect Neighbors’ Property: Children and accompanying adults must respect the boundaries of Warwick Farm Brewing’s property and refrain from entering neighboring yards or properties.

4. Golf Course Protocol: Children are NOT permitted on the golf course and should not engage in any behavior that distract golfers. Any damage caused will be the responsibility of the accompanying adults, and repeated disturbances may result in being asked to leave.

5. Septic System Awareness: Parents or guardians must educate children about the importance of not tampering with the septic system. Damage may result in immediate removal from the premises and potential liability for repair costs.

6. Verbal Warning: If unsupervised or unruly behavior is observed, accompanying adults will receive a verbal warning and be reminded of our child supervision policy.

7. Enforcement of Policy: Failure to comply after a verbal warning may result in being asked to leave. Warwick Farm Brewing reserves the right to enforce this policy for the safety and enjoyment of all patrons.

8. Cooperation and Respect: We appreciate the cooperation of all patrons in ensuring a safe environment. By adhering to these policies, we can create a positive experience for everyone.

We have 3 lots on site for parking. When the upper tasting room lot is full, you can park along Almshouse road in our large front lot. Please try to park in an orderly fashion so we can maximize our number of spaces. We have a lower lot that we open for fests as well. We offer a shuttle back to the tasting room when this lot is open. Please listen to the parking attendants and be respectful of the property. 

Yes in our Tasting Room and Biergarten. Hours are

  • Wednesday 12-9
  • Thursday 12-9
  • Friday 12-9
  • Saturday 12-9
  • Sunday 12-7

Yes, for more details check out our Private Events page. PLEASE NOTE – We only host events Monday-Tuesday

 A note on parties and large groups. 
Our vision is to offer a unique brew farm experience for all to gather and enjoy our handcrafted beers! We’re thrilled to see our vision come to life, and we appreciate your patience as we work through our first year of Tasting Room operations. Throughout the winter season, with our Biergarten closed and limited indoor space, we’ve noticed that large groups/parties can create problems when bringing in external food, decorations, balloons, etc. Going forward, we respectfully ask that large groups and parties be respectful of other guests and limit the number of tables you are using. Balloons, signs, table coverings, large food trays and decorations will no longer be permitted in the tasting room or deck.
As the weather gets nicer, you are welcome to bring your own pop-up tent to host your party outdoors in the Biergarten. You may also bring folding tables, chairs and lawn games, giving your party your own space to enjoy. If you’d like to use a single tab, our tasting room staff will happily provide your group with wristbands! Thank you for your cooperation in helping us provide a positive experience for all our customers!
We ask that you give us a call when planning a group event or party to allow us to understand your needs in advance. We encourage you to support our onsite food vendors but due to dietary restrictions and allergies, reasonable amounts of outside food will be permitted. If you would like to rent the tasting room for a private event on a Monday or Tuesday please go to the event section at or message us or email

No – not at this time. 

A brew farm is simply a brewery located on a farm where the  ingredients that go into the beer are sourced from the farm. See the hops in our fields? They go right into our beer.

Yes, we will host seasonal events throughout the year. They will be open to the public. They can be found on our events page.

We have food trucks on-site with food available for purchase.  Our Food Trucks page has the onsite tucks listed each day. If there is no truck that day, you are welcome to bring or order whatever you’d like. 

No, we only feature views of the rolling hills of Bucks County. 

Still have additional questions? Feel free to reach out.

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