Find Out Why Pennsylvania is the Nation’s Beer Lover’s Paradise

Posted by Daniel Lawrence on June, 2021

Pennsylvania is an evil genius when it comes to beer, with several nationally renowned, artisanal breweries in the state. In fact, the very first beer brewery in the country was established in 1829, in Pottsville.

From Yuengling to Corona Light, Pennsylvania is well-known as a beer-loving state. In fact, Pennsylvania is only second to California when it comes to producing craft beer. To date, there are more than 400 licensed breweries in the Keystone State, with more being added every year. From Dallastown to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is a beer-lovers paradise.

The Sip and Stroll event in Downtown Chambersburg, PA is just one example of the Keystone State’s love affair with beer. Altoona’s Mountain City Beer and Wine Festival is another event Pennsylvanians look forward to each year. Of course, the Pittsburgh invades Philly Beer Festival is one that can’t be missed.

Visitors and residents alike can also take themselves on more than a dozen and a half self-guided “beer trails”. From the Adams County Pour Tour to the York County Ale Trail, the entire state is crisscrossed with breweries. It’s all just waiting to be discovered, so get out and explore!

However, exotic craft beer is not the only thing you will find; for example, Corona Light and Pennsylvania are old friends. The fact is, you’ll find all of the popular, nationwide brands readily available across the state.

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