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I'd be curious as to which German pils brewers use Saaz.
One has to go down the front page and click on "digital edition"; all the past editions are there.
Sorry to hear these things.
Lancaster is awash with great drafts. Mad Chef, Kettleworks, Wacker; aside from those above. Too difficult to pick one or two. Research is the...
Susquehanna Brewing Co is close to your route.
Is Trapp still doing the Trostenbier? Recently had Smoke and Dagger on nitro at the Liederkranz; made me wish for Comfort Beer.
Pils was OK, lightish.
I thought their schwartz was pretty good.
If the beer is good, they all should make it. Each has a different approach with ambiance, food, and hours. This is so different from the earlier...
Mexitaly, Collusion, Crystal Ball, Mudhook, Gift Horse, Liquid Hero; it's a bigger pie. Check them all out...
An interesting beer. Very easy going for its heft yet with some pleasurable flavors. Nice balance.
Bulls Head Mild, made by St. Boniface in Ephrata, is on the handpump there now.
Another rumor laid to rest; thanks jeskidden.
Council Rock Brewery has an interesting feel and is a beer alternative to Ommegang.
NEPA used to run close to NY state as a hop source. http://www.homebrewtalk.com/showthread.php?t=192862
Agreed on the 1516; best beer of the first half of 2016.
Bottles are still tasting pretty good but, agreed, the 1516 is not the magnificent beer it was this Spring; draft in particular..
Ever Grain, originally licensed as Wild Rabbit, opened yesterday.
EVERYBODY wants to make a pils these days!
I've only had the Spliff on tap (Hunger-n-Thirst) and thought it pretty good. Fred Maier (SBC) didn't think it was too different from their...