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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

More craft beer for the Amish!

Well, it looks like Lancaster County's craft beer family tree is about to get a new branch!  Saint Boniface Craft Brewing Company will open its doors TONIGHT (Groundhog Day) at 100 N State Street, Suite 401,
Ephrata, PA.  Their current beer roster will feature three beers: a DIPA, an Imperial Stout and a Dubbel.  For now, they will have limited hours on Wednesday evenings and Saturday afternoons, and will simply sell growler fills.  I hope to get there soon, as I live in close proximity to Ephrata, and it will also give me an excuse to swing by The Record Connection!

In other Lancaster County beer news, it looks like Spring House Brewing Company will open its doors at a new "Taproom" in 25 W. King Street, Lancaster, PA on Thursday, February 3.  You can check out pictures at their Facebook page... and let me tell, it is shaping up to be an awesome place at which to enjoy some serious imbibing!  With the new establishment also comes new, expanded hours of operation, which makes me very happy!  Mon-Wed-Thu. 4 to 10pm, Tue. 11am to 10pm, and Fri-Sat. 11am to Midnight.  They will be closed on Sundays.  Matt is also doing a 'Seven Gates of Hops' series, and rumor has it that a Sorachi Ace version will be available at the grand opening on Thursday.  Sounds tasty!

1 comment:

  1. I was lucky to attend both openings. Lots of good things going in the area right now. When they have more beer at St. Boniface we'll have to make any evening of it.

    Spring House opening was packed. We had Kerplunk (not on nitro unfortunately), G2(Gate 2, the Sorachi Ace version of 7 Gates), and Robot Bastard Belgian IPA (nitro - which was great!) I'm left wondering what kind of niche this place will eventually settle into.


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