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Aston Abbey Brewing Company
> AstonAbbeyBrewing.com
If you’re a member of the Church of Beer, then this nano-brewery is the place for you. With a focus on hand-crafted beers in the style of the Belgian abbeys, the menu is divided into “Psalms” (beers that are always
on) and “Hymns” (an ever-changing variety).
Aston Abbey’s rotating schedule
of sinful
food trucks guarantees that you’ll soon be singing its praises too.
  B randyw ine Agave Mexican
Kitchen
> AgaveBYO.com
South-of-the-border cuisine comes to far-western Delco
at this sophisticated
but casual BYOB. From homemade guacamole (served in a traditional molcajete) to a taco tasting platter and tres leches cake — all topped off with a customized pitcher of Agave’s signature margarita mix — we agree with The Artful Diner’s review: “The kitchen knows what it’s about . . . and carries it off with flair and panache.”
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 Main Streets Arasapha Farm –
Bates Motel > TheBatesMotel.com
For most of the year, Arasapha Farm is a picture-perfect example of a family-owned farm. But once the autumn chill sets in, that bucolic facade
transforms into one of the scariest Halloween attractions in the nation, with three spine-chilling experiences. Check into the Bates Motel if you dare, but be warned — the haunted guests within do not respect personal boundaries. Stroll through a moon-lit corn maze inhabited by dozens of creepy creatures to keep you company along the way. End your evening with perhaps the scariest of the trio, the Haunted Hayride, consistently rated as a top-tier Halloween destination, including the #1 Haunted Attraction in America by Hauntworld Magazine. Horrifique.com awarded
the Bates Motel and Haunted Hayride an “Incredible” rating, calling it “Almost perfect in every measurable way; it is simply not to be missed.”
 
























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