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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Full Pint Brewing Closing

This is not the post I wanted to make today, especially with the overwhelming bad news that is constantly flooding us all the time right now. In the midst of doing the post and work on the beer education series / class I am doing, this news came out. So I figured I’d post this;Continue reading “Full Pint Brewing Closing”

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Beer Review: Irish Car Bomb Nitro Stout (Rotunda Brewing Company)

Its March 14th, Pi Day, and doom and gloom, national hysteria, societal collapse, is all impending and collecting around the fringes of our collective consciousness. The end is nigh. What do you do? …Simple. Irish Car Bombs at 9AM awaiting Kegs and Eggs. Now, obviously, this is not a “traditional” Irish Car Bomb. BUT…. itContinue reading “Beer Review: Irish Car Bomb Nitro Stout (Rotunda Brewing Company)”

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Brewery Event: Bottle Share (Tattered Flag)

On February 8th, 2020, Tattered Flag and Breweries in PA co-hosted an event at the Tattered Flag Brewery in Middletown PA. It was a ticketed event and promoted across Tattered Flag’s social media and Breweries in PA’s social media (their Facebook page and their Facebook group). Tickets were free. Welcome to all that were toContinue reading “Brewery Event: Bottle Share (Tattered Flag)”

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November Recap

November was certainly one interesting month! The Beer Thrillers pumped out an incredible volume of blog posts – 34 in total. From four different people. Two being brand new writers for us. Myself – B. Kline – I pumped out 30 blog posts, one per day. It was quite the adventure, quite the journey. MyContinue reading “November Recap”

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Multiple Beer Review: Scratch 394, Scratch 395, Scratch 396, and Mad Elf (Troegs Independent Brewing)

‘Twas the night before Thanksgiving,And all of Troegs was all-a-bustle,So loud was the taproom, That nobody even heard The Great Turkey,There were friends and families commingling,There was new friends and old friends all meeting,For it was the night before Thanksgiving,When The Great Turkey appears, And all who are grateful hold each other so dear,The dayContinue reading “Multiple Beer Review: Scratch 394, Scratch 395, Scratch 396, and Mad Elf (Troegs Independent Brewing)”

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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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Breweries Around the Outskirts of Harrisburg (9.6.19)

(Editorial Note: This article was originally written and submitted to Breweries in PA. They will be publishing it in roughly one weeks time on their page and FaceBook page. It was written by lead writer here at The Beer Thrillers – B. Kline, and is being posted here as well. This was a guest-article writtenContinue reading “Breweries Around the Outskirts of Harrisburg (9.6.19)”

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Beer Review: Guava Lemonade Kettle Sour (Newfangled Brew Works)

What can you say to a free taco? Plus an excellent (kettle sour) beer? And a good book to read while drinking? And an absolutely gorgeous evening at a wonderful brewery? Nothing but a GOOD TIME. I don’t often get to stop into Newfangled Brew Works, despite how close it is, unless hitting the placeContinue reading “Beer Review: Guava Lemonade Kettle Sour (Newfangled Brew Works)”

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Two Beer Reviews: Pineapple Kolsch (Desperate Times Brewery) and Dry Irish Stout (Riverbend Hop Farm and Brewery)

I don’t care what anyone says, the one and only true thing that goes with a baseball game is — beer. And family (or friends). But, mostly, beer. Peanuts, cracker jacks, coke, etc, are all distant thirds and fourths compared to the above two. And luckily the Harrisburg Senators’ field – FNB Field – hasContinue reading “Two Beer Reviews: Pineapple Kolsch (Desperate Times Brewery) and Dry Irish Stout (Riverbend Hop Farm and Brewery)”

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