Lancaster Amish Pale Ale ( Lancaster, PA )

Lancaster Amish Four Grain Pale Ale is a multi-grain brew with the sweetness of oats, the complexity of rye and the smoothness of malted wheat, balanced with a generous dry-hopping of Saaz, Willamette & Fuggles hops.

Lancaster Brewing Company
The Lancaster Brewing Company on the corner of Plum and Walnut streets, is the only brewery in Lancaster City. Early in the history of the United States, Lancaster earned a reputation as the brewing capital of Pennsylvania and later dubbed the "Munich of the United States" because a steady influx of German immigrants brought them the new-fangled "lager beer" concept in the mid-19th century. Lancaster's great breweries thrived, even right through Prohibition, until the last of them shuttered the doors in 1956. Today's Lancaster Brewing Company was born as Lancaster Malt Brewing in 1995, reviving that great brewing tradition. After struggling through some difficult financial times in recent years, Lancaster has re-emerged in 2002 as a full-service microbrewery and brewpub.

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