Join The 2024 WBW Cellarman’s Circle

Posted on: November 27, 2023

The Wilmington Brew Works Cellarman’s Circle Membership for 2024 is here! Joining our Cellarman’s Circle is more than just a mug club. You join our inner circle, become one of the cool kids, and get a gorgeous German Made WBW Stein that you get to keep and display at home! It comes with lifetime draught […]

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New Beer Release Celebrates Meals on Wheels

Posted on: January 25, 2023

NEW BEER RELEASE CELEBRATES MEALS ON WHEELS Ultimate Tailgate Auction Winner Brews a New Beer with Wilmington Brew Works January 25, 2023 Wilmington, Delaware – Last October, Ben Muse, co-owner and operating partner of Two Stones Pub, stopped into Wilmington Brew Works to float an idea that could benefit Meals on Wheels of Delaware. “As […]

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Planetary Gears Screenprinted Poster

Posted on: September 7, 2022

Your favorite Hop Fink has escaped the beer can and landed on an 18″ x 12″, five color (CMYK+Silver Metallic), screen printed poster on 110lb White Cover Stock. Limited edition of 100, numbered and signed by the artist, Pat Higgins. Only 100 Prints Produced by Sire Press in Philadelphia before closing their shop and moving […]

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Bring back the Tunes!

Posted on: July 11, 2022

  It’s time to bring the tunes back to Wilmington Brew Works! Join us on Friday Nights on the Back Lawn at Miller Rd. for the Wilmington Brew Works Summer Music Series! Each Friday Evening we’ll be welcoming local acts to WBW. Bring a blanket or grab one of our tables or Adirondack chairs and […]

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WBW Wins Best Beer at 302 Beer Drinkers’ Choice Awards

Posted on: April 4, 2022

Crooked Hammock Brewing in Lewes hosted the 302 Beer Drinker’s Choice Awards on Sunday, April 3rd, 2022. Wilmington Brew Works previously won Best Beer/Fan Favorite in February of 2020 with Luau Punch. The competition was on hiatus during the COVID pandemic in 2021, but returned to form in 2022 with EVERY Delaware Brewery participating. Wilmington […]

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WBW Brews for Ukraine

Posted on: March 9, 2022

DELAWARE BREWERY JOINS EFFORT TO ‘BREW FOR UKRAINE’ Wilmington Brew Works to release Imperial Ukrainian Stout with proceeds supporting relief funds. March 9, 2022 Wilmington, Delaware –  Craig Wensell, the CEO and head brewer at Wilmington Brew Works, has been following the news coming out of Ukraine with a watchful eye. When reports were published […]

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Varsity Brew and the WBW Beer Garden

Posted on: October 27, 2021

The Delaware Blue Coats make their return to the hardwood at the Chase Fieldhouse on November 6th for the 2021-2022 season, and with it comes a custom label beer from the Official Craft Beer of the Blue Coats – Wilmington Brew Works. The cross-town partnership is proud to announce Varsity Brew – a NE Pale […]

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WBW Welcomes Rich Vos to the Alamo Room!

Posted on: October 20, 2021

Live at the Alamo Room – Kricket comedy presents Rich Vos! Two Shows! Rich Vos’ has four specials on Comedy Central and over 100 television appearances. He has been seen on HBO, HBO Max, Netflix, Showtime and Starz. Rich also produced and starred in the documentary “Women Aren’t Funny”, appeared in Judd Apatows “King of […]

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We Get Our Peaches Out at Hagley

Posted on: October 12, 2021

PEACH CIDER FROM WILMINGTON BREW WORKS BENEFITS HAGLEY FLOOD RESTORATION The Fruits of Eleutherian Mills Cider collaboration has a new mission in light of recent storms.  October 13, 2021 This weekend Wilmington Brew Works and Hagley Museum and Library are releasing their latest collaborative cider, with a new mission to help restore Hagley after historic […]

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Paying Tribute to Delaware’s Father of Lager Beer

Posted on: September 28, 2021

MEMORIAL DEDICATION CEREMONY TO COMMEMORATE PIONEER DELAWARE BREWER The First State’s Father of Lager Beer Inspired an Industry September 28, 2021 Wilmington, Delaware – The gravesite of Delaware’s Father of Lager Beer, Christian Krauch, has been without a marker since his death 150 years ago. To correct this historic oversight and recognize the sesquicentennial of […]

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