She Said/She Said: Starr Hill Fall Tour Variety Pack

September 12, 2016 0

  After a long,  hot summer, it seems like Autumn is finally around the corner. Fall is my favorite beer season. In addition to the ubiquitous – and tasty – pumpkin ales and Oktoberfest offerings, I am a big fan of brown ales, fresh hop IPAs, and other offerings that pepper the stores like leaves on the sidewalk. Starr Hill Read More






Dash for Your Glass: Flying Dog’s Sprint for Spat

April 15, 2016 0

The area I live in is known for its runners. I see several people jog by me every day as I walk to work, and there seems to be an occasion almost every weekend for a 5K of some sort. I tend to participate by watching from an outdoor restaurant and drinking beer as people run by. But no more Read More






Say Hello to The Brew Shop

February 8, 2016 0

I am lucky to live in a neighborhood that has lots of places to buy excellent craft beer. However, these places generally fall into two categories: 1) grocery stores with a particularly good beer selection, or 2) wine shops that have a shelf or two dedicated to craft beer. The neighborhood was missing a shop that put beer first – Read More






Brewed in the Burg to Air Statewide

January 19, 2016 0

Harrisburg-centric craft breweramentary Brewed in the Burg will air statewide this month on Pennsylvania Cable Network. If you’re not familiar with Brewed in the Burg, here’s why we think you should tune in: It’s all about craft beer. You obviously like craft beer if you’re here. It features unique more than two dozen interviews from local PA brewers like the Trogner Read More






Iron Hill Cans their Pumpkin Ale for 2015

September 9, 2015 0

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Beginning on Friday, September 11, Iron Hill will pour a customer favorite that fans wait all year for: their famous Pumpkin Ale. Available through Halloween, Saturday October 31, pumpkin ale will be available in cans for the first time this year; the kitchen will also prepare and serve special Pumpkin Sriracha Wings to pair with the beer, which will 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






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






Giveaway: Decked Out Live @ Brewery at Hershey

May 5, 2015 0

You like free things right? How about two passes to any Decked Out Live of your choice? Don’t know about Decked Out Live? From now through September 26, 2015 the Brewery (and Vineyard) at Hershey host local bands every Friday night and it’s a kick-ass party every time! While you’re there you can grab their house-made brews by the pint, Read More






Brewing Saison 28 with Zeroday Brewing

April 9, 2015 0

There’s no fancy way to say this. Brewing is hard work. I’ve watched people brew before, I’ve home brewed before, but I have never brewed on a professional system. At least not until now. Zeroday Brewing is a brand new brewery that just opened in Midtown Harrisburg this past Wednesday. The owners, Brandalynn and Theo Armstrong, just happen to be Read More






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