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Baltimore's Stillwater Artisanal put kung pao into a beer - and it works.
Theobroma cacao is named for the food of the gods; St. Boniface Craft Brewing Co. created a chocolate porter using this divine ingredient.
Head to Millersville to check out the town's new brewery, Raney Cellars.
Have you ever had a beer style you just didn't enjoy so you stopped trying it for years? That was how I was with geuze; I'm glad I recently gave it another try with Oude Geuze by 3 Fonteinen Brouwerij.
The Nature Conservancy and Troegs Independent Brewing teamed up to bring awareness to the importance of the Kittatinny Ridge with the pale ale they've called Trail Day.
You don't have to go to Iowa to try Toppling Goliath Brewing Co. beers (but you could); look for it locally now, including these options in its Sue series, based on a Tyrannosaurus rex living in Chicago's Field Museum.
Whether you're gathering your own ingredients from forest, backyard or grocery store, "The Wildcrafting Brewer" offers readers simple guidelines on crafting their own boozy creations without the expense of fancy equipment.
Head to York County's Bald Hills Distillery where, as they say, "up in the hills the rules are different."
Sure, Germany's known for its exceptional skill with crafting lagered styles of beer, but if you haven't tried any German wheat ales recently, give Schneider Weisse a try.
If you find yourself in Harrisburg, don't forget to drop into Zeroday Brewing Co. in Midtown and grab some Knead pizza while you're at it.
You might have heard great things by word of mouth about Cumberland County's Mellow Mink Brewing; none of it was an exaggeration.
Located near the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad National Historic Park in Maryland, Cambridge's RAR Brewing Co. offers exciting beers and a place to unwind after immersing oneself in history.