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Pennsylvania Breweries (Breweries)
by Lew Bryson
Presents a tour of 53 of Pennsylvania's breweries and brewpubs. Beer writer and connoisseur, Lew Bryson, brings establishments to the list, revisits some old favourites, relates some of the history of brewing in the state, and gives information for each site on tours, beers brewed, food served, and nearby lodging and attractions, and more.
Paperback, 270 pages
Published September 1st 2005 by Stackpole Books
(first published October 1st 1998)
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I highly recommend this to any Pa. beer geek (or anyone interested in craft beer, for that matter. Or maybe even to all folks interested in beer, period). Lou put a lot of work into this book: there is a detailed article for each of the 73 (yes, 73) breweries found in Pennsylvania. He includes information such as: brewery histories, beer selections, interviews with employees and brewers, brewing systems, local attractions, nearby beer bars and more. The book is organized by geography, and he bre ...more
Very helpful. It makes me want to take road trips to see some of these places. My problem is, every beer I like I would want to bring home. We love going to Hershey where Troegs is. Very nice inside and you get to see how beer is made from their tour you can take for free.