Thank you for visiting The Beer Thrillers blog. This is a blog ran by a dedicated few all about craft beer and the process. Articles will run the range of beer reviews, brewery reviews, brewery tour reviews, craft beer industry news, home brewing, hop growing, articles about working in the industry and volunteering in the industry, as well as much more in the future.
You can find the articles here for the various blog posts. Just click the title and it will take you to the article. We have updated the site so its no longer one long page with the blog entries running on it and being added to the top. The page is now set-up with a homepage and then branches out. This should make it look cleaner and be easier to find articles and no longer a need to wade through every post to find the one you want.
This blog is centered around the South Central Pennsylvania area (Hershey-Harrisburg area). There is a wealth of great local craft breweries in this area, for example: Troegs Brewery, Boneshire Brew Works, Tattered Flag Brewing, The Millworks, Zeroday Brewery, Moo-Duck Brewery, Cox Brewing, Iron Hill Brewery of Hershey, Spring Gate, The Vineyard and Brewery of Hershey, The Vegetable Hunter, Howling Henry’s (no building, but brews out of Hummelstown), Funk’s Brewing, Appalachian Brewing Company, Newfangled Brew Works, and Mount Gretna Craft Brewery, and these are just the ones within a 10-15 mile radius of Hummelstown. (There is even more on the outskirts of this like Pizza Boy in Enola, Molly Pitcher and Desperate Times in Carlisle, Rotunda Brewing Company out of Annville, Snitz Creek out of Lebanon, and many more.) And there is many more constantly opening up in the area.
Some of the articles will be beer reviews of recently releases from these great breweries. Some beer reviews will be of “whales” from some of the industry giants like Tree House, Trillium, The Veil, Burley Oak, Aslin, etc.
Some of the articles will be about growing hops. Specifically tailored for Pennsylvania and the climate and landscape here – which to be honest isn’t the greatest or the best for hops.
Some of the articles will be about industry news (brewery openings and closings).
Some of the articles will be about working and volunteering at breweries, maybe interviews with brewers and workers, discussions of brewery insider news and happenings.
When one of the authors of the blog get to try out a new brewery there will (most likely) be an article about their trip and visit, especially if they were able to take a brewery tour.
Articles on home brewing from those who home brew and how they do it and ways to better it, etc.
If you would like to write for the blog, please contact us. Always looking for new content, new authors, new voices to share their thoughts, experiences, and opinions on the world of craft beer and craft brewing.
If you would like to write for us, please use the contact form here and send us a message. Give us your name, information about yourself, (location, experiences, writing experiences, ideas, etc) and we will review it and get back to you. We would primarily like to keep it Central PA -ish. Maybe a bit out of our range to expand the scope of the blog (perhaps York or Enola or Lancaster or Carlisle) but this is all things we will discuss with you when we get to that point.
If you are a brewery or industry worker and would like to contact us about your brewery or with information or things you would like to see or anything to discuss, you can likewise use our contact form here. https://thebeerthrillers.home.blog/contact/
We would love to hear from you and your thoughts.
As well as from anyone. We love hearing feedback about our blog. So feel free to leave comments on individual articles or contact us to speak privately or just to leave a large message as a whole.
In the future we are looking at doing YouTube videos and/or podcasts. This will obviously be down the road somewhat, but is a plan as of now. As well as lots of other plans and ideas we have in the works. So please stay tuned for all kinds of new things popping up here on the blog! Be sure to like, follow, and bookmark us!