Tag: Mt. Joy

A Day On the Susquehanna Ale Trail With Plenty of Detours

Do you want to know what I love most about beer tasting? It’s a classy excuse to start drinking around noon. Budlight-Lime outside a sports bar at 11 Am? Borderline trash (not saying I haven’t been there); people assume that maybe you have a problem. A nice amber ale or chocolate  infused porter? You’re simply a lover

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10 Cheap and Easy Things to do in Lancaster

I’m continuing on with the “10 Cheap & Easy Things to Do in _______” theme with my current home locale of Lancaster.  If you haven’t read the posts on Philly, Scranton or Pittsburgh the basic philosophy behind this is that sometimes you end up at a certain locale to visit friends, or maybe attend a wedding

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The Lancaster Beer Trail

Growing up in NEPA you learn to love Coors, Miller, and PBR (in an unironic manner).  Craft beer wasn’t part of the vocabulary and microbreweries were few and far between.  Regional beer was limited to good old Lion’s Head. Lancaster has a surprising number of small microbreweries and brew pubs.  I say surprising, because while I was always aware of their

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