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Imprint Beer Company 1st Anniversary Details and Tap List

Imprint Beer Company started selling crowlers off their dock at 1500 Industry Road Suite O in Hatfield, PA (19440) over a year ago. Their brews were an instant hit with hop heads and beer lovers alike. After opening a full taproom at the same location, they were able to slowly start producing more beer. Eventually …

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Devil’s Acre Tavern in Plumsteadville: It’s Worth the Drive from Philly!

Devil's Acre Tavern is located at 5691 Easton Road in Plumsteadville, PA and can be easily reached from Philly via Route 611 (Broad St./York Rd./Easton Rd.) North. Just follow Route 611 from North Broad Street in Philadelphia all the way up past the Doylestown exit of the bypass. Devil's Acre Tavern is the second restaurant …

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Odd Logic and Second Sin Brewing: The Highlight of My Beer Fest Outing

I recently went to Broken Goblet Brewing's 4th annual Hoppy Halloween festival at their new location at 1500 Grundy Lane in Bristol. This festival featured over 25 local and regional breweries pouring unlimited 4oz samples. A few of them stood out among the rest, particularly because they haven't opened taprooms yet. Odd Logic Brewing Co. …

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Hidden River Brewing Company in Douglassville, PA: The Best Beer That I Have Ever Tasted

This past weekend, I made the trip out to Douglassville, PA to visit Hidden River Brewing Company. It took a little over an hour, and it was well worth the trip. Hidden River is a hidden gem just feet from the Schuylkill River inside the historic Brinton Lodge at 1808 W Schuylkill Road in Douglassville, …

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Double Dry-Hopped Beer (and Stickman Brews’ DDH Double Deuce)

New England IPA's are all the rage nowadays, but few breweries utilize double dry-hopping when brewing. "DDH" consists of adding double the hops at separate times, once during the brew and again post-fermentation. This causes the beer to absorb twice the hop flavor while remaining smooth. On the other hand, boiling extracts more bitterness than …

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