Re:Hot dog recommendations from PA Dutch brands?
Berks is a good beef and pork dog. Although it's fairly mild (and skinless) due to regional tastes, it has a good flavor. It's exceptional fried and on the grill. This particular dog is fried in peanut oil and served with mustard, onions, and a pickle slice at Toby's Cup in West Jersey. Very good.
Kunzler's also makes a decent beef and pork dog. It's used by Charlies Pool Room.
I don't particularly care for Hatfield's, which is also found near Lancaster, but their New York style beef dog (not their regular or Phillies beef dog) is very good.