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Sam Adams was originally brewed for Boston Brewing here at Pittsburgh Brewing Co. (The Home of Iron City Beer) so I would say that had to my first.
My go to lawnmower beer is Duquesne - "The Prince of Pilsners"
But I always have Penn Pilsner in the fridge as a back up.
A couple honorable...
I try to keep an open mind and try everything. But my go to/fall back/in love with styles will always be Belgians, Stouts and Porters. I agree...
PNC Park - My seats are just a few steps away from a great craft "beer garden" on the 300 level. (Cheap seats - Great Beer!), I usually go with a...
Beside being less than five miles from home, I like almost everything that comes from Penn Brewery but why oh why did they do a Ginger Beer??...
I'm not a big fall beer guy but I'll get some Penn Oktoberfest to get me through the season. I don't like pumpkin anything, especially not beer,...
Pretty good but I still have time for a few more before year end....
Thanks to Ommegang for consistantly producing great beers that appeal to me personally, even though I am a bit pissed about Adoration not being...
Two worthy producers, Brewery Ommegang and Southern Tier tied at 13
I have 10 within 10 miles of my house, closest being Pennsylvania Brewing Co. at 3.6 miles.
Wow...actually found something without pumpkin in it.
1972 - Carling Black Label at UGA - you could legally drink at 18 in Georgia back then
TV Beers have their place. I would like to try and enjoy something crafty every time I have a beer but not every one I have ever tried is amazing...
Voodoo Love Child can get by you real quick!
So many great breweries in PA but out of state I would go
subject to change at any moment
My father passed away in 1957 when I was just a couple years old so I never got to do a lot of things with him. I think growing up without him...
Enjoying the Buccos with some Gnomegang
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