Yuengling Lager (USA)
David Yuengling, a German emigrant, founded the brewery in 1829 in Pottsville, Pennsylvania. It is now recognosed as the oldest surviving brewert in the country. It has survived and prospered through five generations of family ownership. Traditional Lager is a classic brew, deep amber in color with a mild hop character. It is reminiscent of turn-of-the century beers (pronounced 'ying-ling').
In 1710, John Smithwick founded his brewery in Kilkenny in the grounds of the old St. Francis Abbey. Recently Guiness has introduced this Isih red ale to New York.
Established in 1759 by Arthur Guiness in Dublin, Ireland, Guiness Stout is now enjoyed all around the world. The malted barley is dark roasted before being fermented giving the beer its black color. Hops are added to give it a crisp, dry taste.
Bass Ale (UK)
Bass is the best known brewing company in Britian. Founded in 1771 in Burton-on-Trent, it has produced great beers. Its red triangle symbol was the first trademark to be registered in Britian in the 1880's. Bass is a delicate ale with a smooth taste.
Budweiser & Bud Light (USA)
Brewed by Anheuser Busch, the world’s largest brewery.
This lager is made by Guinness. By 1959, lager was becoming popular in Ireland so Guinness established the Harp Brewery in Dundalk. The Brian Boru Harp is the logo.
Samuel Adams (USA)
Samuel Adams Brewery was founded in 1980 in Boston. It makes a wide range of innovative and classic styles of beer. Boston Lager is a well balanced smooth beer. It is brewed with more hops and malt than most beers for a richer fuller taste.
Dogfish Head 60 Minute (IPA)
This is one of the most innovative new breweries in America. It has won many prestigious awards for its great beers. The 60 Minute India Pale Ale features a unique continuous hopping program, where the brew receives a single hop addition that lasts over the course of the entire boil (60 minutes). This breakthrough hopping method makes for a beer that is extremely hoppy without being overly bitter. (6%Alc) "America's most interesting and adventurous small brewery."
Pranqster Golden Ale (USA)
The North Coast Brewing Company started in 1988 in California. It has grown to become a great little brewery, winning many prestigious awards over the years. Belgian Ales represent the height of the brewers' art. Sophisticated brewing techniques, yeast blends and unique flavoring elements have elevated the beers of Belgium to the status enjoyed by wine in other countries. PranQster follows in this tradition. This is a fruity, complicated ale. Rated "Exceptional", Beverage Tasting Institute, Chicago.
Kelly's Irish Cider
Cider was the drink of the Celts of ancient Europe. Imported in bulk and bottled here, Kelly’s is a crisp light dry cider, made from traditional bitter-sweet cider apples. There are no added artificial colors or sweeteners. Kelly’s Cider won three gold medals by the North American Brewers Association in 2002, 2003 and 2004. Sláinte
Erdinger Wheat Beer (Germany)
This is a great example of a German wheat beer. Erdinger is from the picturesque little town of Erding near Munich, in the heart of Bavaria. Today, this is one of Germany’s most modern breweries, exporting their famous wheat beers to 64 countries around the world. It is a family owned business that started in 1886 and has survived the turmoil of two world wars. ‘Erdinger’ wheat beers are bottle conditioned and contains no preservatives or additives.
East India Pale Ale
Ommegang Abbey Ale
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