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All of Selinsgrove's beers. They don't make it out of the brewery.
I live in Free Will's home town and the tap room always has great choices.
In for a dark- Founders Breakfast Stout
Lawnmower special- Yuengling summer wheat
Beer with purpose- Backwoods Bastard
If you make it to eastern PA we have Selinsgrove Brewing, in Selinsgrove. Victory in Downington, Earth Bread and Brewery in Philly and Troegs in...
I'll have to go with Troegs Nugget Nectar. I buy it every year and miss it when its gone.
Mad Elf is my go to but Port's Santa's Little Helper is excellent as well.
I just discovered Happy Valley Brewing in State College PA. Their double IPA, La Monster is excellent. Up there with the best of em. Plenty of...
Appalachain Brewing Co
Usually a Lagunitas, Sumpin Sumpin, Maximus or a seasonal. I am quite partial to their flavor profile.
Fullers London Porter was the first beer that made me realize that all beer didn't taste like dreck.
Not many will remember this one, from the Maryland area, National Premium. 4 cases for $20, how could it go wrong, it did. Nicknamed "Lettuce...
I'm with many others here, seeing the word Hennepin makes me thirsty.
I can't seem to stop drinking A Little Sumpin Sumpin. I need to find a constant Lagunitas source, always seems to be spotty.
Selin's Grove. Go there. Bring growlers.
Troegs and Victory should be on your list. My favorite trip is to Selinsgrove to the Selins Grove brew pub. They don't bottle so bring your...
Hill Farmstead's George and Alesmith's Nautical Nut Brown are a couple of great ones.
Hop Rod Rye. Been drinking a lot of stouts lately.
Rasputin's been mentioned so I'll go with Troegs Hopback Amber. Always good.
Lagunitas has a bunch of great names. I work with the Military so Wilco Tango Foxtrot is one of my favorites. Undercover Investigation Shut Down...