Beer Review: Esmeralda (Ministry of Brewing)

This was originally posted to Let Us Drink Beer, a blog I (B. Kline) guest write for (about once a month). You can view the original article here: Let Us Drink Beer Blog: Beer Review: Esmeralda (Ministry of Brewing). I highly recommend checking out their blog. They are Georgia and Atlanta based and have aContinue reading “Beer Review: Esmeralda (Ministry of Brewing)”

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Beer Review: FVCK COVID (Version 2.0) (Ale Asylum)

Bit late on getting this review up, been meaning to get this written, alongside the Stone Cold Steve Austin IPA we had that night, and I also apologize that there hasn’t been a new post in a bit, been a rocky few days for myself (not speaking for the other writers; just for myself). But….Continue reading “Beer Review: FVCK COVID (Version 2.0) (Ale Asylum)”

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Brewer Interview: Tyler Budwash (Pilger Ruh Brewing)

Welcome to our first of the brewer interview series that I am introducing to the blog. This is going to be a new section to the blog that will include interviews with head brewers, assistant brewers, beer scientists, home brewers, fellow beer bloggers, and other craft beer industry workers. This has long been a segmentContinue reading “Brewer Interview: Tyler Budwash (Pilger Ruh Brewing)”

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Boneshire Brew Works is Expanding into Harrisburg with a Second Tap Room

Boneshire Brew Works is moving into Harrisburg. While always been a part of the Harrisburg beer scene, their physical tap room and brewery has been kind of on the periphery and outskirts of Harrisburg proper. The brewery itself is located on Derry Street next to the 717 Armory and Blue Smoke BBQ food truck, asContinue reading “Boneshire Brew Works is Expanding into Harrisburg with a Second Tap Room”

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Coming Soon – A New Segment to The Blog!

Coming soon, in the upcoming days we will be introducing a new segment to the blogs – Brewer Interviews. This segment is pretty straight forward. We, The Beer Thrillers, conduct an interview with a brewer (or brewers). Be it in person, over the phone, or through e-mail. Local to Central PA or far away, theContinue reading “Coming Soon – A New Segment to The Blog!”

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Beer Review: Pandemic Pils (Boneshire Brew Works)

This beer review originally appeared on LetUsDrinkBeer’s blog, I contribute and write occasionally for them. I wrote the review for them first, and just copying here to my blog so I have a version of it on my blog. Please check them out and give them a read. Great articles on their blog, I highlyContinue reading “Beer Review: Pandemic Pils (Boneshire Brew Works)”

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A Road Trip To Rickett’s Glen

As I did last summer when I took my daughter’s on a road trip across Pennsylvania (from Hummelstown up to Elk Country, to Kinzua Bridge, down to Pittsburgh, to Bushy Run, and then back home), which I covered (slightly) here on the blog, I will be doing the same tomorrow – when I take aContinue reading “A Road Trip To Rickett’s Glen”

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Voodoo Brewery Lancaster is Closing

In more upsetting, and disappointing local (Central PA) news, Voodoo Brewery Lancaster has announced that they will be closing up shop. At 11AM this morning (June 11th, 2020), they released the following statement on their Facebook page: Hello to all our fans in Eastern PA. It is with heavy hearts today that we are announcingContinue reading “Voodoo Brewery Lancaster is Closing”

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Beer Review: Scratch 417 Orange – Lemon Peel IPA (Troegs Independent Brewing)

Sadly, yesterday, was my first time getting to use the curbside to-go feature from Troegs Brewing in Hershey. I had been wanting to use it nearly daily since opening, but unable to actually do it. All of the food has looked amazing, and I have heard absolutely nothing but amazing things about their pizzas; fromContinue reading “Beer Review: Scratch 417 Orange – Lemon Peel IPA (Troegs Independent Brewing)”

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Beer Education: Series Overview

Well, like I said at the end of Module Ten, I would do a series wrap-up afterwards. If you’ve followed along, and if you have done the program / MOOC as well, we are all done now. It took roughly two months to get it completed, as my first post about the Series was onContinue reading “Beer Education: Series Overview”

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