09 November 2012

Lion Brewery: Stegmaier Porter & Lionshead IPA

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I’ve been getting lots of questions about what’s going on at Lion Brewery, so I thought I’d bring you some news.  Yes Stegmaier Porter has returned after a hiatus and it was brewed just last weekend.  here’s a peek at the keg label approved today for Stegmaier Porter (as well as Winter Warmer and several other Stegmaier Seasonal).  No word yet on whether Porter will just be a seasonal brew but I’d say it looks likely.  Also today we have an interesting new keg label for Lionshead IPA.  Based purely on the 6.8% ABV I’d say this is a close-brother to Stegmaier IPA.

30 August 2012

Stegmaier - Porter (New Packaging)

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Here’s a peek at the new 12oz bottle label fro Stegmaier Porter.  This classic Stegmaier offering comes in at 5.6% ABV and no before you ask there is no reason to think there is a recipe change…just a new package. 
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30 June 2012

Lancaster Brewing - Strawberry Wheat (Lion Brewery)

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Here’s are the updated labels for Lancaster Brewing Strawberry Wheat & Oktoberfest. They’re both 12oz bottles and they’re brewed @ our very own Lion Brewery!
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24 May 2012

Lion Brewery / Pocono Brewing – Old Bastard, Other Woman IPA, Ball & Chain Lager, Sugar Daddy Lager & Pumpkin Ale

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Five NEW Lion Brewery / Pocono Brewing beers coming out today in keg-only packaging and with some pretty interesting names:  Old Bastard Ale, Other Woman IPA, Ball & Chain Lager, Sugar Daddy Lager & Pumpkin Ale.  These do sound suspiciously like similar Stegmaier/Lion Brewery beers so it should be interesting to see where these end up being sold.

25 March 2012

Stegmaier - Summer Pils German-Style

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Here’s your first look at what I believe will be the new Lion Brewery Stegmaier summer seasonal….Summer Pils German-Style.  It’s a 12oz bottle and 5.1% ABV…and based purely on the style and ABV this appears to be a re-labeled version of Summer Stock Pils.
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05 March 2012

Try Stegmaier Honey Suckle Ale Tasting–March8th-11th @ Breakers & Mohegan Sun

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We brought you the first peek at the new Lion Brewery
Stegmaier Honeysuckle Ale back in Feb…and now YOU can try it for yourself.  From The Lion Brewery:

Like trying something new?
Come to Breakers at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs Thursday through Sunday (March 8th to 11th) to be one of the first to try our new Honeysuckle Ale before it hits the stores. Free Honeysuckle tasting from 9-11 Thursday and Friday night with free giveaways. T-shirts, glassware, keychains, bottle openers, bumper stickers and of course, samples of our never before tasted honeysuckle ale will be passed out by our Honeysuckle Honeys. Enjoy live music from tribles, flaxy morgan and technical V and the opportunity to buy bottles of honeysuckle available exclusively at Breakers .

17 February 2012

Stegmaier - Honeysuckle Ale

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I’ve been hearing rumors of this beer for months so it’s exciting to finally see the label.  Today we have Stegmaier  Honeysuckle Ale or is it “Honey Suckle Ale?”  This new malt beverage brewed with honey & spices appears to be the new Stegmaier spring seasonal we’ve been waiting to hear about..  From what I’m hearing, this beer is brewed with orange blossom honey, orange peel, lemon zest, and coriander so it should be interesting.

16 February 2012

Lion Brewery - Arooga Light Beer

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Here’s an interesting new brew from our friends at Lion Brewery that is brewed for Arooga’s Liquid Assets Brewing Co called Arooga Light Beer (120 calories).  This is a keg-only release that I suspect is for Arooga’s Grille House from the Harrisburg area.  Their website says the Arooga Light is brewed in Harrisburg, so this appears to be a recent move.

02 February 2012

Boner - Beach Wheat

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With Friday on the horizon, what would Thursday be with out a good Boner Beach Wheat?  Coming out of Lion Brewery we brought you their Sun Kissed Wheat and even the funny news of their lawsuits…but here they are again today with Boner Beer Belgian-Style Beach Wheat.  Despite this looking like a can label, it does appear to be a 12oz bottle…and it of course has a “touch” of coconut.