Friday, August 07, 2009

Lancaster Brewing Company

Nothing combats the muggy heat of August like a pint of cold frothy beer. Today, we continue our exploration into the world of beer with the Lancaster Brewing Company. If you find yourself travelling through Pennsylvania, I strongly suggest stopping into their Harrisburg location for fine dining and exquisite drinking. Lancaster offers a wide selection of ales and lagers, along with many seasonal specials.

Flagship Beers
Amish Four Grain Pale Ale- A flavorful beer with the perfect blend of sweet, rye, malted wheat, and hops.
Strawberry Wheat Beer- At first,I was a little hesitant about this one, but it is a light and refreshing wheat beer with a hint of fresh strawberries. It is a very tasty concoction.
Milk Stout- Do you like chocolate? Do you like coffee? Do you like dark beer? If so, then this is the best milk stout on the market. It has a bold flavor, one that tastes more like it came from your local barista instead of brewery.
Hop Hog- This is a very hoppy IPA, with a suggestion of citrus.

Other Brews
(Available only on tap at the brewery)
Fest Beer Amber Lager- A sweet, malty, and creamy beer.
Gold Star Pilsner- It starts off as a malty-hoppy blend like a good Pilsner should be, then finishes off with an extra dash of hops.
Litening Lager- At 4.2%, this is a good session beer.
Celtic Rose- An amber ale with a perfect blend of malt and spicy hops.

Seasonal Brews
Doppel Bock- Available March - May
Spring Bock- Available March - May
Rare Rooster Summer Rye- Available April - September
Oktoberfest- Available September - December
Winter Warmer- Available November - March
Dunkel Weizen- Available Winter - Early Spring
Hefe Weizen- Available May - October
Baltic Porter- Available November - February
For more information on their seasonal beers, visit the Lancaster Brewing Company's website.

4 comments:

GM-Carson said...

Their Milk Stout is stupendous. I liked the Rare Rooster Rye too. Did not care for the Lightening Lager though.

Burton said...

I thought the Litening Lager was okay, I prefer the Milk Stout and Amish Ale much more.

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