With a brewing history that earned it the nickname of “Little Munich of America,” it’s only natural that Lancaster County has continued its tradition for fine hand-crafted brews and unique venues in which to savor them. This heritage is easy to see, smell, and taste all along the stops of the Lancaster County Ale Trail. So come for a pint or two. Enjoyed responsibly, we’re sure the trail has a cure for whatever “ales” you.

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  • If you are a fan of beer, you should definitely head to the fourth annual BrewFest at Mount Hope this Saturday where more than thirty micro-breweries from the east coast will offer samples of their finest trademark ales and seasonal favorites! Some of the new breweries this year include St. […]

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