What could be better than donuts or craft beer? How about unusual donuts PAIRED with unique craft beers? That’s what The Vineyard & Brewery at Hershey and The Fractured Prune Doughnuts of Lancaster will do at a special Father’s Day event this Sunday, June 15th.
If the past few days are any indication sunny days and hot weather are here. There’s nothing better than a refreshing cool beer on a hot day. This summer, whether you branch out and try a few newbies, or stick with the classics, I’ve got a few suggestions that are sure to hit the spot. The Brewery at Hershey’s Pom Read More
Are you a lady who loves lager? A woman enjoying wheat beer? A sweetie sipping saisons and sours? The first ever Stouts and Stilettos Monthly Drink Up is just for you!This local gathering of women who enjoy a good beer will take place at a new location monthly to provide a welcoming environment for craft beer experimentation, enjoyment, and education. There is Read More
Are you headed to Mt Hope BrewFest this weekend? Despite the forecast for rain this weekend, there are still going to be a bunch of brew fests and what better way to spend a rainy day than by drinking good beer? Mt Hope BrewFest will be happening rain or shine and is one of my favorite brew fests for many Read More
Get ready for yet another decadent Chef’s Table Dinner at The Garlic Poet this weekend, this time featuring Free Will Brewing. For those unfamiliar with Free Will, they are new to our area and hail from Perkasie PA. This dinner’s pairings certainly don’t disappoint and can be found as follows:
This week I had the opportunity to meet Dean and Mallory of Pierce Brewing Company, a new brewery slated to open later this year. Although their property in Wyomissing is still under construction, they’re still brewing up great beer to be ready. Even though Pierce has only been brewing for a little over a year, he’s already well accomplished with 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.
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.
In December I had the chance to get a privately guided tour of a local favorite – Flying Dog Brewing. Based in Frederick MD since 2006, Flying Dog has been making great beer since 1990 and was previously based in Colorado. After brewing there for years Flying Dog quickly realized that they were sending a lot of beer to the Read More