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The origin of Sage Alley started 8 years in ago when on a trip to Germany we came upon a German couple who took us to a brewhouse in the small town of Tegernsee. Our first experience of small-town charm and fellowship swelled in the immense but hidden hall where friends and family gather to share the days and weeks events over a beer.


Inspired by this trip we returned home with the discussion of one day duplicating the beer house atmosphere in our hometown. Having been a longtime business owner’s in the town of Coopersburg, we purchased 1894 Victorian and began the restoration of this old town charm home into a vibrant brewery for the town residents and communities to enjoy.


Today, Sage Alley will open with our microbrews and chef-inspired food trailer “The Grille at Sage Alley”, truly a dining experience in the food truck industry.


This brewery will need to be a stop on your ale trail  – one to not miss, and the atmosphere will draw you to return. Stop in, bring your friends, converse with your family – put the phone down and enjoy what life has given you and us…Each Other!


Heather Lloyd/Armstrong and

Russell Armstrong



Our chef, Scott Wilbur, has over 30 years of experience in the food industry, cooking with such notable chefs as Chef Tell. He has assisted with many foods shows to include QVC, The TV Food Network, WFMZ and Live with Regis and Kathy Lee.  It is Scott’s conviction that all food he prepares must be fresh, locally sourced and made from scratch.  He strives for the perfectly paired flavors in every bite that won him many rave press reviews from The Trenton TImes to the Philadelphia Inquirer.  His experience was shared over the years with The Harrow Inn, The Washington House, and The Springtown Inn.


Be assured that Chef Scott will create a fresh, flavorful and diverse menu that you can feed your entire family.  



James Baker is the Head Brewer at Sage Alley Brewing. James comes from humble backgrounds, starting his career as a home brewer, he learned from his fellow brewers and reading every book he could buy or borrow. He fell in love with the process of brewing, going from one gallon extract to fifteen gallon all grain in one calendar year. Shortly after that, he began doing volunteer work at Philadelphia local breweries Second Story and Mainstay. Finally he ended up becoming a part-time professional brewer for Punch Buggy Brewing Company for several years before landing his dream job here at Sage Alley. He looks forward to serving our great customers and community with the best beer around.

Sage Alley Brewery is located on 213 Main Street in Coopersburg, PA. 
Our 1894 victorian house converted into a Brewery & Pub has an extensive back patio
and a great porch or lawn seating to enjoy!  Also Heated in the Winter.  
Feel free to park on the street and walk through our front door
or park in the back  or corner lots and walk through our lovely patio.  
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