Appalachian Anniversary Maibock , This malty lager is deep golden in color and medium in body. The finish holds a bold sweetness that is balanced by a subtele hop flavor and aroma
Appalachian Broad Street Barleywine , Barley Wine is garnet in color with incredible malt complexity. This is a full-bodied beer, with a great malt to hop balance. Aged for eight months prior to serving and our current vintage ranges from one to three years of age. Its lighter carbonation and complex flavor makes this classic sipping ale worth the wait!
Appalachian Celtic Knot Ale , Celtic Knot is a beautiful and buoyant red ale. Its toffee-like malt sweetness gives 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.
Appalachian Chocolate Avenue Stout , The Chocolate Avenue Stout is the perfect blend of dry stout enhanced with sweet chocolate. The abundance of roasted barley and chocolate malt provide a deep dark color and rich robust flavor. The use of subtle hopping allows the chocolate and espresso flavors to shine. Produced to celebrate the lover’s holiday, this stout is best shared with a loved one!
Appalachian Auchenbach Keller Pils , This unfiltered German lager is a revival of a classic brewing tradition. Brewed with three different Munich malts, this beer is complex with a balanced and smooth mouth feel. We fortify this malt profile with copious amounts of Czech Saaz hops. Each pint takes you back in time to a place where you could visit the Keller and drink fresh beer directly from the source. Ein Prosit!
Appalachian Grinnin Grizzly , 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 Hinterland Hefe Weizen , A special German wheat ale yeast produces clove and banana flavors during fermentation leaving this unfiltered beer with an incredibly spicy and fruity complexity
Appalachian Hoppy Trails IPA , This classic English Style IPA is quickly becoming a local favorite. Brewed with a blend of Millennium, Amarillo, and Centennial hops, this beer truly satisfies the “Hop Head” in many of us. With floral aromas, a rich malt bill, and golden copper hues, our IPA will take you down a trail of pure hoppiness.
Appalachian Kipona Fest , This Oktoberfest Marzen-style beer is a favorite at the famous Bavarian fall beer festivals. The distinct toasted malt flavor of this amber lager boasts a crisp finish, thanks to the extensive lagering of this beer. “Marzen” is German for March, when Marzen-style lagers traditionally are brewed. One sip and you’ll swear you’re in Munich.
Appalachian Mountain Lager , This crisp and drinkable lager is brewed in the Dortmunder-Export style with all the flavor of its German heritage. This beer boasts a golden blonde color and exhibits a moderate hop palate with a mellow finish.
Appalachian Pennypacker Porter , 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 Purist Pale Ale , 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
Batch No. 666 , Batch No. 666 is a devilish Halloween Brew conjured up by our brewers. 666 is produced with 1666 lbs of malt along with 3 – 6 lb. hop additions. It is dark bronze in color with a delightfully clean finish! Be careful, this one can sneak up on you and take you to the dark side. We’re sorry, the devil made us do it!
Appalachian Ragged Edge Espresso Stout , Appalachian Brewing Company and Ragged Edge Coffee House in Gettysburg teamed up to produce Ragged Edge Espresso Stout! This caffeinated stout boasts an intense roast flavor from a blend of roasted barley, chocolate malt, and espresso roast coffee.
Appalachian Jolly Scot Scottish Ale , This Scottish Ale has a rich amber color which is pleasing to the eye. It has a complex bend of distinct caramel style malts and light hop additions giving this beer a sweet and malty flavor. “Jolly Scot” is a great session beer and a brewpub favorite.
Appalachian Rye Pumpkin , Our Rye Pumpkin Ale put a twist on the recent wave of popular pumpkin beers. With the use of 10% Rye malt and 10% caramelized pumpkin, this beer has a clean but bready nose and a slight spiciness that blends well with the rye in this Pumpkin Ale.
Appalachian Susquehanna Stout , 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
Appalachian Trail Blaze Brown , This deep copper American Brown style ale has smooth roasted caramel flavors and is balanced with ample hop bitterness.
Appalachian Volks Weizenbock , Volks Weizenbock combines the strong malty component of a bock bier with the tangy, spiciness of the Hefe Weizen. This beer is brewed 1 1/2 times stronger than our Hefe Weizen and is aged commensurately longer for extra smoothness! Volks Weizenbock is "The Peoples Beer"!
Appalachian Water Gap Wheat , This light refreshing American style wheat beer is sure to delight. Brewed with a high percentage of malted wheat, this beer is true to character with a hazy unfiltered glow. The citrus flavors are complemented by a slice of lemon traditionally served on the side. This beer is great for any occasion.
Appalachian Zoigl Star Lager , 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.