Beer Brewers of Pennsylvania!

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Foodbme
Porterhouse
2012/07/04 17:12:21
While doing some research on another subject, I came across this site:
http://www.brewersofpa.org/members/
These are some of the Craft Breweries located it PA. There's about 40 of them!
Sounds like a good idea for a ROADTRIP!
Load up the Bus in Pittsburgh and criss-cross the Great Keystone State to Philly tippin' a few all along the way!
How many of them have you tasted?
What's your favorite ones?
It's days like this when I miss PA!  
kozel
Double Cheeseburger
Re:Beer Brewers of Pennsylvania! 2012/07/04 19:07:01
I enjoyed your 'other' post on Straub.  Nice touch being able to buy directly at the brewery.  I try to drink 'local' beer when traveling.  On a recent trip to Pittsburgh we stopped for lunch at Luigi's in DuBois and I had a Straub.  I remember enjoying the lunch.
 
lleechef
Sirloin
Re:Beer Brewers of Pennsylvania! 2012/07/05 16:19:59
I guess the most famous is Yuengling.......I happen to love it and it is now available in the Columbus, OH area.
Foodbme
Porterhouse
Re:Beer Brewers of Pennsylvania! 2012/07/05 17:09:51
lleechef
I guess the most famous is Yuengling.......I happen to love it and it is now available in the Columbus, OH area.

Their claim is that they're the oldest brewery in the USA. 1829
http://www.yuengling.com/our_story/
My Hometown, St. Marys, PA, boasts of it's fine Brew - Straub Beer! Not too far behind - 1872!
Straubs is made with no salts, no sugars and no preservatives - all natural!
http://www.straubbeer.com/home.php
Straubs is available in the Columbus area also. Distributed by:
http://www.heidelbergdistributing.com/?page=Columbus
You should be able to find it over there.
I'd be interested for you and your beer guzzling spouse to have a taste test between Yuengling and Straubs and see which one comes out on top!
If I was closer, I'd join you for a few Brewski's!
Let us know how it turns out after you sober up!