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
A little over a week ago, I had the pleasure of visiting Night Shift Brewing in Everett, MA. I had been hearing about the brewery since the opening in 2012 and made a pact with myself to get there on my trip to Boston this year. I can tell all of you, it’s worth the trip! What I find most Read More
Where can you find house-made, hand-crafted: hard cider, wine, beer, soda and food all in one place? Why, Wyndridge Farm that’s where! Located at 885 S Pleasant Ave, Dallastown, PA, Wyndridge Farm is a beautifully designed facility in the midst of farm fields and breathtaking views of the country side. It houses a brewery, a store where you can buy takeout Read More
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when I say “Dogfish Head?” It would be right to reply, “beer, of course!” These days, Dogfish Head is not only a Delaware brewery that makes pretty creative and tasty beers. As a brand, Dogfish Head has grown into so much more. It’s what I like to call ‘The Dogfish Head Experience.’ Read More
It was my fourth and last day to hunt hard to acquire beers during my Vermont Beer Trail Vacation. So far, I was quite fortunate to find The Alchemist’s Heady Topper. I braved the lines at Hill Farmstead for some world class IPAs. I discovered Stowe Cider. What more could a craft beer loving gal ask for? “The Holy Grail Read More
After the whirlwind that was Day 2 of my travels, it was time to use Day 3 to revisit my most favorite places from my trip in December. BRASS LANTERN INN (Stowe, VT) With Stowe, Vermont being so central to the various towns I wanted to stop at in the next 2 days, I stayed at the Brass Lantern Read More
My Saturday day trip adventure to Victory Brewing Company in Downingtown, PA was a long time coming. I’ve been a fan of their beer for many years now: HopDevil, Prima Pils, Headwaters Pale Ale, Summer Love, Storm King, Helios, and my all time fav of theirs Dirtwolf. I love my Double IPAs! (See the full list of beers available) But Read More
This weekend is the final three days of this year’s Susquehanna Ale Trail passport event. While the trail is free for you to explore any time of year, the passport event offers a unique opportunity to tour and taste at each stop as well as learn about each brewery/bar and their take on the momentous craft beer industry.
Looking for a new brewery to check out? Try Monacacy Brewing in Frederick MD which just opened in 2012. Located in an old ice cream factory/creamery Monocacy has been taking the area by storm and expanding quickly into the surrounding zones.
I love to support breweries and beers from here with the drink local attitude. This state of mind brought me to the brand new Snitz Creek Brewing in Lebanon PA a few weeks ago. As with most brewery stories, the owners are home brewers turned pros just trying to share their craft with the whole world.