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Bloom Brew taps ‘Forged on the Yough Brew Festival’

Mary Pickels
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Newly added pavilion at West Newton’s Bloom Brew, host of the upcoming Forged on the Yough Brew Festival.
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Sampling glass at the upcoming Forged on the Yough Brew Festival.

Bloom Brew, at 100 Riverside Drive, West Newton, will host “Forged on the Yough Brew Festival” for what it calls a showcase of Westmoreland County talent.

Downtown West Newton is event sponsor.

The event from 1 to 4 p.m. July 28 will feature 10 “liquid artists,” outdoor recreation vendors Joe’s Tackle Unlimited, Performance Kayak and West Newton Bike Shop; food vendors Comin’ in Hot BBQ, Iron City Eats and Gingerbread House Bakery; and bluegrass band Well Strung, according to the brewery’s Facebook page.

The event will include a live blacksmith demonstration by Takach Forge Custom Knives.

A family-friendly area with children’s activities will be available.

Tickets are $25 and include 5-ounce commemorative glass with unlimited tastings.


Mary Pickels is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Mary at 724-836-5401, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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