We are OPEN for fresh craft beer in our tasting room (masks required) and for take out. Check out our beer menu here. Or, enjoy a pint outside on the ALL NEW Murray St. Courtyard – located next to our brewery and brought to you by the Historic Bangor Business Association and Bangor Borough. Featuring outdoor live music, events and more! We’ll supply the beer and fun but feel free to BYOF (Bring Your Own FOOD). Enjoy a delicious bite to eat from one of the many restaurants in downtown Bangor.

Wednesday 5pm to 9
Thursday 5pm to 9
Friday 5pm to 10
Saturday 12pm to 10
Sunday 12pm to 4pm


Family owned and operated in historic Bangor, PA since February 2, 2017. Our beers are brewed using organic grist and many are brewed with homegrown hops and local ingredients. Bangor Trust is located in the Slate Belt – the northeast area of the Lehigh Valley deemed the “Gateway to the Poconos” – and is only a few miles away from Easton, Delaware Water Gap, the Appalachian Trail, and the Delaware River. The Slate Belt is rich with artisanal springs and pristine water, perfect for brewing beer and baking bread.

In addition to our house brewed craft beers, we serve PA wines, spirits and ciders from our friends at Social Still Distillery, Franklin Hill Vineyards, R.A.W., and Tolino Vineyards. We have a creative selection of beer mule cocktails made with our signature organic hard ginger beer (an aged spontaneous cultured sour) and local Pennsylvania distilleries. We also use ingredients from area farms and businesses such as Miller’s Egg Ranch, Nello’s, Klein Farms,¬†McCollian Farms and Little Creek Bar-B-Cue. Our bakery and kitchen is presently under construction and is scheduled to reopen SUMMER 2020.

We look forward to serving you at our brewery and NEW live music venue in downtown Bangor Pennsylvania.

Please visit BeerMenus.com for our latest beer list.

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    • Thanks John! We are very excited as well and look forward to serving #BangorPA Cheers!

  1. Very excited for this establishment! I can’t wait to support the local business. Best wishes!

    • Hi John, sorry we are not open yet but hoping to open the kitchen and bakery soon to serve food only. We will have to wait a few months for our licensing to brew and serve beer. Sorry, no BYOB due to the pending licensing. Hope to see you soon!

  2. Do you folks allow dogs? Hiking at the water gap with my pup and wanted to stop in

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