Beer Review: Athena (Creature Comforts Brewing Company)

If you are from the Central PA area, as you can tell, this picture was not taken from today, but it is me finally getting the review up and done, and its also nice to look at a more beautiful time than the ugly rainy dreary day we had today. So while sipping on justContinue reading “Beer Review: Athena (Creature Comforts Brewing Company)”

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2019 GABF Winners: Pennsylvania

A few weeks back the 2019 Great American Beer Festival ended and at the closing ceremony they always announce the winners for Gold, Silver, and Bronze in various categories. The categories range from style (IPA, Stout, Brown Ale, Amber Ale, etc) to breweries (nano, regional, etc.) and all kinds of other things in between. IContinue reading “2019 GABF Winners: Pennsylvania”

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Brewery Opening: Rotunda Brew Pub

Technically speaking, this isn’t a “brewery opening”, but it is a rebranding. Formerly (as of tomorrow officially, as of a week ago “Facebook official”) Irv’s Pub will now be a brew pub and a full legitimate second location for Rotunda Brewing Company and will be rebranded as Rotunda Brew Pub. The Rotunda family has ownedContinue reading “Brewery Opening: Rotunda Brew Pub”

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Midwest Coast Brewing Opening

Midwest Coast Brewing Company Opening  This was a first for us here at The Beer Thrillers, we were contacted by a new brewery opening up to discuss their opening and to discuss their brewery and brewing operations. It is an honor to get to do this write-up for them and to help their business startContinue reading “Midwest Coast Brewing Opening”

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We just created our Facebook blog page to go along with our Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and other social media pages. You can check us out at: https://www.facebook.com/The-Beer-Thrillers-107193684034425/ So please be sure to click like and follow all of our adventures and updates!

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Beer Review: Salted Caramel Imperial Moo Hoo (Terrapin Beer Co.)

So let me start off by apologizing that this is a bit late, I had drank this last Tuesday, and meant to write-up the review on either last Wednesday or Thursday, and its been sitting in my ‘to-write’ / ‘draft’ area of the blog for several days now. Half finished, half written. I have severalContinue reading “Beer Review: Salted Caramel Imperial Moo Hoo (Terrapin Beer Co.)”

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Book Review: For the Love of Beer (Dr. Alison E. Feeney)

I got to pick up this book by Dr. Alison E. Feeney last Thursday at the Mid-Town Scholar ahead of her panel discussion (alongside Hannah Ison, Jeffrey Musselman, and Sara Bozich). You can read about that here: “For The Love of Beer – Panel Discussion“. It was a fun and entertaining (and informative) night atContinue reading “Book Review: For the Love of Beer (Dr. Alison E. Feeney)”

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Multiple Beer Review: People’s Imperial Stout, PA Pine Farmhouse Ale, New England IPA #6, Blueberry Gose, Single Hop #11 – Citra Hops (The Millworks)

Following the ‘For the Love of Beer‘ book panel discussion at Mid-Town Scholar, and dropping off my books at my car, I walked the block and a half over to The Millworks brewery. It was getting late but if I was in the area I couldn’t pass up on stopping in at a local brewery,Continue reading “Multiple Beer Review: People’s Imperial Stout, PA Pine Farmhouse Ale, New England IPA #6, Blueberry Gose, Single Hop #11 – Citra Hops (The Millworks)”

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Beer Event: For The Love of Beer

Dr. Alison Feeney has recently published and released a book, called For the Love of Beer: Pennsylvania’s Breweries (clicking the link will take you directly to the book page on Amazon where you can purchase the book). In celebration of this and to kick off the Harrisburg Book Week and Festival she spoke (alongside HannahContinue reading “Beer Event: For The Love of Beer”

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Beer Review: Iscariot (Boneshire Brew Works)

Oooh boy that was a classic of a game. Lead off with a 3-0 lead and then the Cincinnati Bengals quickly let it all slip away and allow Steelers to go and score 27 points unanswered for a 27-3 thrashing that would leave Freddy Krueger with nightmares. It was ugly. It was brutal (five sacksContinue reading “Beer Review: Iscariot (Boneshire Brew Works)”

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