DRINK > YEAR OF BEER

By Eric San Juan

PW's Year of Beer: River Horse Hipp-O-Lantern

Aromas of pumpkin and nutmeg give way to a full body, sweet pumpkin and spiky spices. Setting this one apart, however, is a subdued caramel quality and notes of vanilla.

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Posted Sep. 17, 2014 | Comments: 0

DRINK > YEAR OF BEER

By Eric San Juan

PW's Year of Beer: Yards Cape of Good Hope

Cape of Good Hope is a seasonal brew that varies from year to year, but one that is generally focused on celebrating the roots of the IPA style.

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Posted Sep. 16, 2014 | Comments: 0

DRINK > YEAR OF BEER

By Eric San Juan

PW's Year of Beer: River Horse Lager

Rich grains and grass, lightly herbal hops, and a finish like sweet biscuits make this a highly drinkable alternative to mainstays like Samuel Adams Boston Lager.

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Posted Sep. 15, 2014 | Comments: 0

DRINK > YEAR OF BEER

By Eric San Juan

PW's Year of Beer: Dogfish Head Punkin Ale

The chewy, vegetal goodness of thick pumpkin is peppered with traditional pumpkin spices so that this beer tastes like a nice post-dinner treat, but not so much that it’s going to rot your teeth out.

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Posted Sep. 12, 2014 | Comments: 0

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Jim Koch, founder of Boston-based Sam Adams, has ties here in PA
By Eric San Juan

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10 great craft brews to blow the novice drinker’s mind
By Eric San Juan

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