Appalachian Brewing Company

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Appalachian Aero Head

Appalachian Aero Head

7.0% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Batch No. 666

Appalachian Batch No. 666

Winter Seasonal Beer7.7% ABV61 IBU

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Black Bear Stout

Appalachian Black Bear Stout

Imperial Stout5.3% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Chocolate Avenue Stout

Appalachian Chocolate Avenue Stout

Sweet Stout5.3% ABV19 IBU

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Hinterland Hefeweizen

Appalachian Hinterland Hefeweizen

Weissbier5.3% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

A special German wheat ale yeast produces clove and banana flavors during fermentation leaving this unfiltered beer with an incredibly spicy and fruity complexity! Our Brewmaster has acquired many medals at the Great American Beer Festival for this beer style. A difficult, four-step infusion mash schedule produces the complexity of this traditional beer style.

Appalachian Hoppy Trails

Appalachian Hoppy Trails

American IPA6.5% ABV63 IBU

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Jolly Scott

Appalachian Jolly Scott

Scottish Light5.2% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

This flavorful sweet ale has a smooth malt finish balanced against a light hop flavor. This beer is very quaffable and has become a brewpub favorite throughout the United States. "Jolly Scot" was a famed local beer produced by R.H. Graupners Brewery that was located at 10th and Market ? one block from our brewery.

Appalachian Kellers Pilsner

Appalachian Kellers Pilsner

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Mountain Lager

Appalachian Mountain Lager

Helles Exportbier4.5% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

The Dortmunder-Export style of beer was developed in Westfalen, Germany, and is a classic light lager with great character. This style boasts a light golden blonde color and exhibits a moderate hop palate. The finish of our Mountain Lager is rich yet mellow. Our brewers have developed this beer as a tribute to the Appalachian Mountains where we live and play.

Appalachian Outta Focus Double IPA

Appalachian Outta Focus Double IPA

Double IPA8.0% ABV80 IBU

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Purist Pale Ale

Appalachian Purist Pale Ale

American Pale Ale4.9% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Our light copper pale ale has a delicate malt attribute balanced by an aggressive hop flavor and aroma. Many American micros have developed their own version of this classic English style beer. Our brewers anticipate that you will enjoy their variation. Hikers on the Appalachian Trail are considered "purist hikers" if they cover every inch of the trail during the hike. Our brewers refuse to compromise the quality of our products with the "purist hiker" in mind.

Appalachian Trail Blaze Organic Brown Ale

Appalachian Trail Blaze Organic Brown Ale

American Brown Ale5.3% ABV30 IBU

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

On December 1, 2008 Appalachian Brewing Company will proudly release Pennsylvania's first "Certified Organic" beer. ABC's Trail Blaze Brown Ale is now certified by PA Certified Organic and USDA Organic for production in our Harrisburg brewery. We installed a separate organic ingredient handling system and brewed the first batch of Trail Blaze in October. This fine beer is currently conditioning in our tanks and will be ready for next month's release. Look for this product at all ABC locations, fine area pubs and beer bars, and distributors throughout the region. Trail Blaze is an all-American, all-organic beer micro-brewed using the finest organic ingredients. Our deep copper colored American Brown Ale has smooth roasted caramel flavors balanced by an evident hop bitterness and aroma. Trail Blaze is environmentally sound, all ingredients are grown to the highest organic standards, it's healthy and it just plain tastes better!

Appalachian Trails

Appalachian Trails

6.2% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Trails IPA

Appalachian Trails IPA

6.0% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Water Gap Wheat

Appalachian Water Gap Wheat

American Wheat Beer4.5% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

This light refreshing wheat beer is sure to delight. Our special yeast and blend of malted and unmalted wheat provide the haze in our unfiltered style ale. This beer is traditionally served with a lemon slice on the side. There are many water gaps along the Appalachian Trail. These water gaps were established where large rivers cut through the Appalachian Mountain Range. The Susquehanna River creates one of the more visually appealing water gaps just north of Harrisburg in the area at the Dauphin Narrows.

Appalachian 1947

Appalachian 1947

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Abbey Roade Belgian Ale

Appalachian Abbey Roade Belgian Ale

Belgian Dubbel6.4% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Abbey Roade is brewed in the tradition of the famous Belgian Abbey-style ales. This wonderful brew is soft and sweet up front. The complex and spicy middle palate is in most part due to the generous addition of dark Belgian candy sugar. This semi-dry ale has notes of ripe plum and pear with a peppery finish. The origins of the Abbey-style ale date back to the Middle Ages. Monks residing in monasteries, called Abbeys, brewed beer as a source of nutrition during their frequent and often lengthy fasting periods.

Appalachian Anniversary Maibock

Appalachian Anniversary Maibock

Helles Bock7.2% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

The Maibock style was traditionally produced in the winter and released in early May to celebrate the coming of Spring. This malty lager is deep golden in color and medium in body. The finish holds a bold sweetness that is balanced by a subtle hop flavor and aroma. We will be releasing this beer every spring in celebration of our Anniversary.

Appalachian Broad Street Barleywine

Appalachian Broad Street Barleywine

American Barleywine8.7% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Our Barley Wine is dark red in color and has an original gravity of 1.120 (24 Plato). The malt complexity of this classic ale style is incredible. The Broad Street Market is located just blocks from the Appalachian Brewing Company. This indoor farmers market was built in 1863 and is one of the oldest continuously operating farmers markets in the United States. The beautiful brick facade and natural wood doors are typical of the structures in Downtown Harrisburg; including our own building.

Appalachian Celtic Knot Irish Red

Appalachian Celtic Knot Irish Red

Irish Red Ale4.8% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Celtic Knot is a beautiful and buoyant red ale. It's toffee-like malt sweetness give this beer flavor that is hard to beat. It finishes crisp and clean with a moderate hop perception like the famous red ales of Dublin. ABC is famous for our three week Irish Fest leading up to St. Patrick's Day. This gathering features traditional Irish music, step dancing, food and Celtic Knot Irish Red Ale to round out the festivities.

Appalachian Chocolate Ave Stout

Appalachian Chocolate Ave Stout

Sweet Stout

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Dom Blonde Kolsch

Appalachian Dom Blonde Kolsch

Kölsch5.0% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

The first in a series of two new specialty beers coming this year! This Kolsch-styled ale is clean, crisp, and delicately balanced. It has very subtle pear flavors and aromas. The subdued maltiness leads to a pleasantly refreshing finish. A fantastic summer brew! The Kolner Dom (Cologne Cathedral), is one of the best-known architectural monuments in Germany and has been Cologne's most famous landmark since its completion in the late 19th century. True Kolsch can only be brewed if the brewery has a view of this famous cathedral, thus its? appearance on our tap markers.

Appalachian Grinnin' Grizzly Spiced Ale

Appalachian Grinnin' Grizzly Spiced Ale

Spice, Herb, or Vegetable Beer5.7% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

This amber ale is dosed with cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and fresh orange zest. It is well balanced with low hop flavor and nice hint of the spices in the finish. This spiced ale is not overbearing; rather it is smooth and very drinkable.

Appalachian Kipona Fest

Appalachian Kipona Fest

5.2% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

This Oktoberfest style Marzen is a favorite at the famous Bavarian fall beer festivals. The distinct toasted malt flavor of this amber lager finishes quite crisp due to the extensive lagering of this beer. One sip and you?ll swear you?re in Munich. "Kipona" is the Indian word for "sparkling water". Each year, over Labor Day weekend, Harrisburg celebrates Kipona with a carnival and festival along the Susquehanna River and on City Island.

Appalachian Koning De Quad

Appalachian Koning De Quad

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Montbello Farm Dubbell

Appalachian Montbello Farm Dubbell

Belgian Dubbel

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Pale Hefe

Appalachian Pale Hefe

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Pennypacker Porter

Appalachian Pennypacker Porter

American Porter5.4% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

This full-bodied dry cousin of the stout has a slight roast flavor and is dark brown in color with a red hue. This is London?s classic beer style named for the baggage carriers that appreciated it so much. Governor Pennypacker was one of Pennsylvania?s more notable politicians. He oversaw the construction and held the lavish ceremonies designating the opening of the Commonwealth?s beautiful Capitol Building.

Appalachian Peregrine Pilsner

Appalachian Peregrine Pilsner

4.8% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

This Czechoslovakian style Pilsner is golden in color and hopped with a bunch of genuine Czechoslovakian Saaz hops. These hops provide a special floral aroma and a delightfully hoppy finish. Peregrine Falcons were recently reintroduced to the Harrisburg area as well as other large cities in Pennsylvania. This Falcon is one of the fastest birds, reaching speeds in excess of 200 miles per hour. Its unique ability to rid urban areas of its nemesis, the pigeon, has cities throughout the region clamoring for the Peregrine as a permanent resident.

Appalachian Ragged Edge Espresso Stout

Appalachian Ragged Edge Espresso Stout

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Appalachian Rauchbock

Appalachian Rauchbock

Rauchbier7.0% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

This smoked bock is made with the finest smoked malt from Bamberg, Germany. The malts are kilned over aged beechwood chips which gives this deep copper ale a mellow smoky flavor.

Appalachian Susquehanna Stout

Appalachian Susquehanna Stout

Irish Stout4.6% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

This representation of the classic Irish Dry Stout has a smooth roast flavor due to the use of specially roasted barley. The barley kernels are kilned at very high temperatures until they are dark brown to black in color. The Susquehanna River is named after the Susquehannock Indians who settled in our area. This shallow river is over one mile wide in the Harrisburg area and flows from southern New York through Pennsylvania to the Chesapeake Bay.

Appalachian Trails India Pale Ale

Appalachian Trails India Pale Ale

American IPA6.2% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

This IPA is an exciting beer with a floral in aroma and an incredible hop flavor. The maltiness is increased (over a regular pale ale) to help balance the aggressive hop usage. This contributes to the higher alcohol content as well. When India was part of the British Empire, pale ale shipped to the troops would often spoil due to the rough voyage and temperature extremes. The brewers had a theory that if they loaded the beer with extra hops, the hops would preserve the beer. Of course, this added significantly to the beer?s flavor and aroma. When the troops returned to Britain, they had become "hop-heads", appreciating the beauty of the hop "over-influence". Regular pale ale was simply not enough anymore! A new beer style, India Pale Ale, had been created: an aggressively hoppy and now quite happy to be home pale ale.

Appalachian Volks Weizenbock

Appalachian Volks Weizenbock

Weizenbock7.2% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Volks Weizenbock combines the malty component of a bock bier with the tangy spiciness of the Hefe Weizen (see ABC's June specialty beer). Flavorful and robust, Volks Weizenbock is maltier than our Hefe Weizen, with extra aging to ensure extra smoothness! Volks Weizenbock: "The People?s Beer!"

Appalachian Zoigl Star Lager

Appalachian Zoigl Star Lager

5.9% ABV

Appalachian Brewing CompanyHarrisburg, PA

Zoigl is a golden, unfiltered lager beer which was originally brewed only in the region of Eastern Bavaria, between Franconia and the Czech Republic. For centuries, Zoigl was brewed in brewhouses owned by the town or an association of small brewers. The Zoigl-Star, a six-angular star similar to the Star of David, was the sign of brewers in the middle ages. The star symbolizes the three elements (water, earth, and fire) and the three ingredients (water, malt, and hops) used for brewing. The importance of the yeast was not yet known in the 1400?s.