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Susquehanna Ale Trail

Submitted by on May 19, 2012 – 12:08 amNo Comment

Driving through Pennsylvania, Road Trips Foodies? Add a new trail to your itinerary.

Discover the Susquehanna Ale Trail (the first one in the Keystone State) and its stories at seven breweries, brewpubs and craft brew outlets.

Taste the best microbrews in central Pennsylvania ranging from pale ales to stouts, and everything in between.

The trail was created by the York County Convention & Visitors Bureau earlier this year as a way for beer enthusiasts to explore the many breweries and related attractions around the region with one simple guide.

Participating establishments provide tours, tastings, educational opportunities and a look behind the scenes at the brewing process and craft beer industry.

The Susquehanna Ale Trail is a self-guided tour experience that allows visitors to explore at their own pace.

Included are:
Bube’s Brewery, 102 North Market Street, Mount Joy, Pennsylvania (map)

Good Dog Taproom, 57 West Market Street, York, Pennsylvania (map)

Lancaster Brewing Company, 302 North Plum Street, Lancaster, Pennsylvania (map)

Mr. Steve’s Homebrew & Wine Supply, 2944 Whiteford Road, York, Pennsylvania (map)

Mudhook Brewing Company, 34 Cherry Lane, York, Pennsylvania (map)

Stoudt’s Brewing Company, 2800 North Reading Road, Adamstown, Pennsylvania (map)

Tröegs Brewing Company, 200 East Hersheypark Drive, Hershey, Pennsylvania (map)

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