Aloha, Anana – Meet Our Collab Brew with Boneshire Brew Works

April 19, 2018 0

That’s right, we’re back with another sweet collab brew with Boneshire Brew Works! Meet Aloha, Anana – a pineapple gose. This brew is delish, and we’re not just saying that because we made it. Expect a pineapple punch, light saltiness throughout, and hints of biscuit and watermelon in the finish. This beer is a way easy drinker, and you’ll be Read More

GK Visual & Boneshire Brew Works Partner on Apriture, an Apricot Saison

December 15, 2017 0

Meet Apriture, a play on words combining the apricot beer and the photography term aperture. An apricot saison, Apriture is the baby of GK Visual and Boneshire Brew Works in celebration of their upcoming documentary, Poured in PA. Apriture was brewed by the GK Visual team – including their very pregnant producer – at Boneshire Brew Works. You may remember Read More

Big Choice Brewing, Odd13 Brewing Release Chainsaw Princess of Karate

October 5, 2017 0

I’m all about drinking for a worthy cause. Beer and charity are both good for the soul, so as far as I’m concerned, they’re a natural pair. With that in mind, I’m looking forward to trying Chainsaw Princess of Karate, a collaborative kettle sour brewed with dragon fruit and passion fruit from Big Choice Brewing and Odd13 Brewing. A portion Read More

Veil Brewing Never Know – The Best Beer I Had All Summer

September 1, 2017 0

I’ve become one of those lucky people who gets her hands on Veil Brewing on the reg. While it’s mostly NEIPAs that don’t excite me, every now and then a gose arrives unexpectedly, and my mouth starts to water. Oftentimes they are fruited goses, which are always alright with me. When that pineapple gose showed up, well to say I Read More

Heavy Seas TropiCannon & Loose Cannon Meet Cans

March 22, 2017 0

Heavy Seas Beer is pleased to announce that its popular year-round offering, TropiCannon Citrus IPA, and flagship year-round IPA, Loose Cannon, will be released in 12 oz cans this April for a limited time in all states where Heavy Seas beers are distributed.  About TropiCannon: Our Citrus IPA is exploding with bright citrus aroma and flavor. Creating an exciting new variation on our flagship Loose Read More

Collusion Tapworks Dole – #30beersfor30years

February 28, 2017 0

Friday night I found myself doing work work work work work trying to get Harrisburg Beer Week events approved and ready. I don’t think I’ve ever done work on purpose on a Friday night, so if I have to do it, I’m obviously headed to a bar. I joined a fellow beer week worker at a new spot in Harrisburg, Read More

Pizza Boy Brewing Swinglebeer Pineapple – #30beersfor30years

February 20, 2017 0

So far in this challenge I’ve had 2 fruit beers, and here’s a third. I know, I said I would branch out and try beer styles that I don’t normally try, but all of these delicious beers that I know I’ll love keep coming out that I just can’t resist drinking. I promise I’ll try harder going forward, I mean it! Read More

Pizza Boy Brewing Peach Bound and Down – #30beersfor30years

February 11, 2017 0

Day two of the 30 beers project got a little weird. So, I was 100% hungover from the First Cut/Nugget Nectar shenanigans the night before. After recovering, I realized I need needed to make some beer pick-ups for a bottle share we were headed to later that evening. We hopped in the car and headed for Al’s of Hampden/Pizza Boy Brewing to check out Read More

Tröegs First Cut Mango IPA – #30beersfor30years

February 10, 2017 0

So, I’ll be doing some beer and self exploration over the next 30 days in a little project I’m calling 30 beers for 30 years. Each day leading up to and including my 30th birthday on March 10th I’ll be trying a new beer and sharing my experience with all of you. I started Thursday by heading to a local Read More

New for 2017, Meet Founders Frootwood

December 30, 2016 0

Part of 2017’s Barrel-Aged Series, and arriving late January, Founders Brewing Co. introduces Frootwood. “We took a crisp, light-bodied cherry ale and hid it away in oak barrels that have held both bourbon and maple syrup. After a lengthy stint, it emerged a changed beer, blanketed in notes of warm vanilla and earthy sweetness. The wood proves itself the star of this Read More

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