When thinking of Lancaster County, what comes to most people’s minds, and with good reason, is the world of the Amish. However, with a recent boom in brewery construction along with some established stalwarts, there’s now a new reason to visit this scenic and laid-back area west of Philadelphia. Here are a selection of some... View Article
Tag: Stoudts Brewing Co.
Beer Weekend July 1, 2014 - Woody Chandler
Beer of the Week - Staff Reviews February 15, 2010 - Greg Barbera
Scarlet Lady E.S.B. pours copper in color. This ale from Stoudts greets the mouth with roasted malts and toffee notes. The Lady is a smooth, drinkable bitter making it, like most English ales, a much-sought after session beer. It’s not Fuller’s mind you, but well worth consuming—I wouldn’t turn one of these down.
Beer Travelers - Full Pints November 1, 2009 - Paul Ruschmann
The Phillies. The Penguins. The Steelers. The Nittany Lions. They’re all champions this year, and they’re all from Pennsylvania. Sports fans have had a lot to celebrate in the Keystone State. Fortunately, they have plenty of beer to do it with.
Full Pints - Live Beer - People - People Features May 1, 2009 - Brian Yaeger
Sierra Nevada’s newest year-round release—Torpedo Extra IPA, an India pale ale embellished by the brewery’s homemade hop-extractor, dubbed “the hop torpedo”—may be viewed as a thank-you to the craft beer drinking community. After all, the brewery helped launch our collective love of hops when it introduced its flagship pale ale in 1980.
Beer Talk March 1, 2005 -
Stoudt’s Brewing Co. Adamstown, PA Available: PA, NY, NJ, DE, VA, DC, OH, MA This bottle-conditioned stout fuses two British stout traditions: oatmeal stout and Imperial stout. Stoudt’s Brewing Co. was established in 1987, Pennsylvania’s first microbrewery since Prohibition. Alcohol (wt.): 7.2 Alcohol (vol.): 9.0 Color: 32 Bitterness: 55 Gravity: 1090