The U.S. Women’s Open 2015: Exclusive Beer & Shandy

July 14, 2015 0

As you all know this past week (July 6-12), the 2015 U.S. Women’s Open crowned In Gee Chun the winner and champion of this prestigious golf competition that is now in its 70th year. And, you probably have heard that the event was held at the Lancaster Country Club (LCC) in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. But did you know that a signature Read More

IPA Style: West Coast vs Northeast

July 7, 2015 1

I’m all for a solid, well-crafted IPA just about any day and any time. This style is a thirst quencher for me. It’s bold. It’s flavorful. And, it’s a style that has come in so many different variations as of late. But as I’ve been doing my beer explorations, I’m starting to really have a preference for the Northeast style Read More

Aeronaut Brewing Company: Hidden Gem of Massachusetts

June 30, 2015 2

As I was planning my Massachusetts trip to visit my mother, I couldn’t help but to also turn the journey into a beercation to explore as many unique and artfully crafted breweries that the state has to offer during my time there. Many recommendations flooded in to me from my local craft beer friends and those on Twitter. Plus, I Read More

Brew Fest Gear for the Stylish

June 16, 2015 2

Ladies, are you ready for beer fest season? I certainly am. For me, there’s multiple beer festivals every month, year round here in the North East. But going to a fest outside in the warm summer air just feels amazing. Not only is it fun to hang out and drink good craft brews with your friends, it’s also fun to Read More

A Visit to Tired Hands: Fermentaria

June 9, 2015 0

Since the Tired Hands Brewing Co. Fermentaria at 35 Cricket Terrace, Ardmore, PA opened up April 24, 2015 (also the first day of Harrisburg Beer Week), I have been anxiously awaiting our day trip to check it out. I’ve been a big fan of Tired Hands beer for a while now and have had good times at their Brew Cafe Read More

New PA PLCB Regulation: Good for Breweries. Good for You.

June 6, 2015 11

A TOAST IS IN ORDER It’s been a good week in Pennsylvania for craft breweries large and small. Some big changes have been implemented that will help them grow more easily and cost effectively. There’s a very good chance that you may not have heard about the new brewery regulations that went into effect May 30, 2015 in Pennsylvania. And, Read More

Magic Hat Dream Machine IPL – Lager with a Hop Kick

June 2, 2015 0

HE SAID – SHE SAID A husband and wife beer review Have you ever tried an India Pale Lager (IPL)? No? Well you’re not alone. Not many breweries make the hoppy lager style beer. But the idea of it had me intrigued. I love hoppy brews and I also don’t mind a malty lager from time to time. Smashing the Read More

A Day on the Hop Farm

May 21, 2015 0

THE PLANTING It’s not every day that you get to impact your local craft beer scene in a hands on sort of way. What a fulfilling and rewarding feeling you get when you do have an opportunity to give back and volunteer your time and energy. Recently, I had the pleasure of helping Sunny Brae Hops Farm in Carlisle, PA Read More

In Love with IPAs

May 11, 2015 3

Because you know I’m all about that hops… ’bout that hops… no treble! While I do like and appreciate all styles of craft beer, I veer a hard right to the delicious and juicy India Pale Ales: singles, doubles and triples. My preference in this style of beer is more towards the tropical flavors and aroma – big bold mango, Read More

Harrisburg Beer Week – 140+ Events

April 11, 2015 0

With much anticipation, the count down to the first ever Harrisburg Beer Week is upon us! In just two weeks, a plethora of over 140+ craft beer events will hit the greater Harrisburg area over a 9 day period. Some events take place on a particular day. Other features run through the entire week. What’s really great? It’s not just Read More

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