events

I Ain't No Peach Can Release Details

Hey friends in mead!

We’ll be releasing our newest #ttp mead, I Ain’t No Peach, next Thursday in the tasting room. Here are the deets:

  • In the Allentown tasting room: Released Thursday 9/26, 5pm.

  • Online at bit.ly/colonyship at 12pm Friday, 9/27

  • Limit 2 cases this weekend

  • Online order minimum 12 cans

  • Rights to Ricky Sanchez listeners get a commemorative poster by using the code online or invoking it in person. Those posters will be signed by Dave or Greg if you want!

POSTER TO DESIGNATE YOU AS A TRUE HIVE MEMBER.

POSTER TO DESIGNATE YOU AS A TRUE HIVE MEMBER.

Join us at the RFL Food Truck Festival this Friday in Red Hill, PA

Mead's great in the summer, it's tasty in the spring, it's delicious in the winter, but it may be the most scrumptious in the fall. 

Please join us on Friday, October 14 at the Relay for Life Food Truck Festival in Red Hill, PA to find out what we're talking about.

Team Just Cure It and the Red Hill Fire Company are teaming up for our first ever Fall Food Truck Festival!! 

FREE ADMISSION!!! There are no tickets for purchase prior to the event. The money that you spend that night will be on Food, Beer, the bouncy house and any games, activities or crafts you would like to purchase!

Join the Relay teams from Upper Perk as we all participate in an exciting fundraiser to raise money for the American Cancer Society and Relay For Life of Upper Perkiomen!!!

Follow us for more information and event details!

For more information contact Janine at u.p.barkforlife@gmail.com or 267-261-7272. RSVP NOW!

Not only is Relay For Life one of the most fun events out there, but the weather should be as perfect as fall weather gets. 

We hope to see you there!

 

 

The Colony Meadery will be at Tomato Fest in Pittston, PA August 18-21

Mark your calendar because The Colony Meadery will be at The 2016 Pittston Tomato Festival!

The festival will run Thursday August 18th through Sunday, August 21st, 2016. But what does the tomato fest entail you may ask? Well, that’s a great question because it’s going to be a blast.

 We’ll be here serving up all sorts of mead deliciousness. You see, mead goes with pretty much everything, and tomato based foods are definitely no exception. We are very excited to join in such a fun event. But don’t just be excited for us, because the festival has so much more to offer.

“Over fifty thousand people will attend the four-day event that has been touted as one of the best festivals in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Delicious food, a variety of live entertainment, a parade, 5K run, games, rides, arts and crafts, bingo and of course home-grown Pittston tomatoes keep bringing an enthusiastic crowd to the festival year after year.”


And there’s a tomato fight on Saturday the 20th! What’s that?! You heard right. It costs $10 to enter, where you’ll be hooked up with some protective goggles in order to partake in the tomatoey fun. What’s better than chucking squishy, slimy, and acidic veggies that are full of vitamin C  at your fellow human beings? Not much.

Beyond that, there’s a tomato parade, tomato 5k, and even a Little Mr and Little Miss Tomato Contest for kids two to six years old. What exactly does a child need in order to qualify as a Lil Mr or Miss Tomato? At this point, your guess is as good as ours… maybe they’re judged on their saucy personalities. (Ha! You see what we did there?!) 

So if you LOVE all things tomato, (the vegetable that hipsters will argue is technically a fruit) come on down, and don’t forget to bring your antacids. Read more about the festival here.

 

Colony Meadery at Tunes at Twilight in Bethlehem

Colony Meadery at Tunes at Twilight in Bethlehem

For more than a decade, Tunes at Twilight in the Sun Inn Courtyard in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania has one of the Lehigh Valley area rites of spring events. And now, The Colony Meadery is pleased as punch to team up with the Downtown Bethlehem Area Association to provide mead for sale during each Thursday performance May 5 through July 21!