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  • 3 Bar(s)
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    2SP Patina Saison

    Style: Saison/Farmhouse Ale
    Origin: Aston, PA

    Dry rustic & dangerously drinkable, our farmhouse ale does a great job balancing aromatic floral notes with subtle spiciness. A healthy dose of Brett adds some really nice shades of fruit. 7.5% A...

  • 33 Bar(s)
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    Allagash White

    Style: Wheat/White/Weizen
    Origin: Portland, ME

    Unique and truly refreshing. Brewed with a generous portion of wheat and our own special blend of spices, this beer is light and slightly cloudy in appearance, with a spicy aroma. 5.5% ABV.

  • 4 Bar(s)
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    Bockor Cuvee des Jacobins Rouge

    Style: Sour/Wild-Fermented Al...
    Origin: Belgium

    Unblended old lambic, aged for 18 months or more. It has a robust character but is beautiful and sophisticated with a full body and overtones of vanilla, dried cherry, stone fruit and cocoa. It is a c...

  • 9 Bar(s)
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    Fat Head's Head Hunter

    Style: IPA
    Origin: North Olmstead, OH

    Uncivilized and aggressive this west coast styled IPA packs wicked hop flavors and aroma. Savage amounts of Simcoe, Columbus, and Cascade hops define this brews signature pine and citrus notes. 7.5% A...

  • 2 Bar(s)
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    Free Will Coffee Oatmeal Brown

    Style: Brown Ale
    Origin: Perkasie, PA

    This beer began as an Imperial oatmeal brown. Free Will’s brewer liked it but felt it either needed to be toned down, or have something added. One village espresso roast coffee was cold-brewed, Kimb...

  • 2 Bar(s)
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    Goose Island Bourbon County Stout

    Style: Stout
    Origin: Chicago, Ill

    A really big batch of stout. So big the malt was coming out of the top of the mash tun. After fermentation we brought in some bourbon barrels to age the stout. One hundred and fifty days later, Bourbo...

  • 7 Bar(s)
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    Nodding Head Sledwrecker

    Style: Belgian Dark Ale
    Origin: Philadelphia, PA

    Holiday ale. Dark red, malty and moderatly spiced. Brewed using Barbados molasses and an assortment of dried fruits.

  • 15 Bar(s)
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    Philadelphia Brewing Co. Kenzinger

    Style: Kolsch
    Origin: Philadelphia, PA

    Crisp, light bodied, golden beer combining premium German Pilsener malts and American grown noble hops. 4.5% ABV.

  • 5 Bar(s)
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    Ploughman Lupulin Lummox

    Style: Cider
    Origin: Aspers, PA

    Humulus lupulus is the Latin name for hops, the flowers that give an IPA its grassy flavor. Citra hops, matched with the sweetness of Jonagold and the tartness of Gold Rush apples, yield a mouth-wat...

  • 3 Bar(s)
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    Schneider Aventinus

    Style: Dark/Amber Lager
    Origin: Germany

    Dark-ruby colored wheat doppelbock with a creamy fine head. Strong notes of ripe bananas, raisins and plums meet liquorice and roasty aromes. Full-bodied and warming, with a well-balanced and smooth f...

  • 2 Bar(s)
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    St. Bernardus Christmas Ale

    Style: Belgian Dark Ale
    Origin: Belgium

    This specialty beer of 10% alc. vol. is characterized by its deep dark colour, with a creamy, thick head and a full, almost velvety taste with a fruity nose. 10% ABV.

  • 2 Bar(s)
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    Troegs Troegenator

    Style: Dark/Amber Lager
    Origin: Hershey, PA

    Double bock with a strong malt aroma and chewy rich body. 8.2% ABV.

  • 1 Bar(s)
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    Upland Darken

    Style: Sour/Wild-Fermented Al...
    Origin: Bloomington, IN

    Belgian-style sour ales heavily influenced our Sour Program in the beginning, and Darken is a take on an "old ale" or Flanders Oud Bruin style. We add nearly the entire spice rack to this ale, includi...

  • 1 Bar(s)
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    Upland Hopsynth

    Style: Sour/Wild-Fermented Al...
    Origin: Bloomington, IN

    A lighter, hoppier sour ale, with a distinct flavor profile of fresh hops melded with tartness. Huge wafts of piney, tropical and citrus hop aromas come from the glass. Polite lactic acid tartness com...

  • 1 Bar(s)
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    Yards ESA

    Style: Bitter/ESB
    Origin: Philadelphia, PA

    Our first ever and most beloved brew, ESA helped establish a following for cask-conditioned beer in the United States back in the ‘90s. East Kent Golding hops give this English-style ale a subtle sp...