soup crawl

One of the best events of the fall is coming to downtown Beaver on Saturday, November 3. Small Business Saturday is going to get a sneak preview because Underground Beaver presents the “Beaver Soup Crawl 2018.” For only $20, you can sample soups from 12 different businesses. Not only will you be able to sample delicious soups on a crisp, autumn Saturday, but you will be eligible to win some pretty cool prizes.

Another great thing about the soup crawl is the chance to explore new businesses in Beaver that you may have always wanted to check out, but have never made it inside, or a business you have never heard of before that may pique your interest. It’s all about supporting small, local businesses over big box brands and huge corporations.

So what businesses will be participating?

Beaver Antique Merchants

Beaver Health Mart Pharmacy

Café Kolache

Castle Toys and Games

Courtney-Laughlin Frame Studio & Gallery

Design Inspirations

Don’s Deli

Generations Photography and Gifts Shop

Grandpa Joe’s Candy Shop

Herban Touch Juice Labs

Snitger’s Bicycle Store

Two Rivers Olive Oil Company

You can get your tickets for the event by visiting:

Important! On the day of the Soup Crawl, you will check in at either Don’s Deli (285 College Ave.) or Herban Touch Juice Lab (463 3rd Street) before 12 pm to pick up your goodies before beginning the crawl.

Again, tickets can be purchased using the link above OR by stopping at either Don’s Deli (285 College Ave.) or Herban Touch Juice Lab (463 3rd Street).

This promises to be a unique event, so buy a ticket today! After all, can you think of a better way to spend the first Saturday in November?

For more information, you can visit Underground Beaver’s Facebook page at

Underground Beaver isn’t stopping there. They have two more “crawls during the winter:

December 1 – Cookie Crawl (fill a cookie tray event and tasting)

January 5 – Comfort Food Crawl

Stay tuned for more information on these events here on YBC and on Underground Beaver’s Facebook page!


Marc is a lifelong resident of Beaver County. A 2001 graduate of Center High School and 2005 graduate of Point Park University, Marc is employed by the Pennsylvania Cyber Charter School and officiates high school and college football. Follow Marc on Twitter, Snapchat, and Instagram @marcgrando