Weyerbacher Brewery Tour!

On a cold weekend in February, we decided to take a road trip up to Weyerbacher Brewery in Easton, PA. About 7:00am on a Saturday we hit the road and three and a half hours later we were in Easton. We had lunch and walked around town for a bit then headed over to the brewery.

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We caught the 12:30 tour and it was free! It was a good thing that we arrived early because we got to get started with samples even before the tour!

The first beer that I tried, which ended up being my favorite one of the day, was the Sour Black at 5% abv. It was delicious! Tart fruit and cherries, moderately effervescent, lively little bubbles, red wine, and mustiness. It was aged in wine barrels.

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The taps. They also had other beers that weren’t on tap that you could sample. Like the Sour Black and their seasonal Seventeen.

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The tour was great, and lasted about 30-40 minutes.

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Lovely stainless steel.

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And then back to the tasting room! It was a little fuller now. There were the people from our tour, people from the next tour, and locals that came in to get their growlers filled. I was jealous!

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The sampling pours were small so I tried everything in their line up two of three times! They probably had around twelve beers to choose from.

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If we lived closer I would definitely go back! The tour was great and their beers are awesome! I also got some nice glassware and a bunch of assorted beers to bring back! Especially the Sour Black!

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