There are an infinite number of ways to explore all that Lancaster County has to offer, but if you're looking for specific ways to see the best of what the area has to offer, check out our series of itineraries. Whether it's for the family, a date night or anything in between, we've got you covered.
Start your Lancaster beer journey in Lititz, where Bulls Head Public House boasts not only England-certified cask brews, but multiple designations as the best beer bar in the entire country.
Bulls Head Public House, 14 E. Main St., Lititz; 717-626-2115; bullsheadpublichouse.com
Learn about beer
If you’re a serious hophead or want to start getting in on the action, there’s no better way to start than attending one of Lancaster Brewing Club’s monthly meetings. Each meeting takes place at a different local brewery, so combining drinking and learning has never been so easy.
Lancaster Brewer’s Club; lancasterbrewers.com
Beer and history
Take in a guided tour of Wacker Brewing Co.’s small but historic operation. While the current set-up started in 2014, Wacker’s roots stretch back to 1853 — a history worth sipping on.
Wacker Brewing Co., 417 W. Grant St., Lancaster; 717-617-2711; wackerbrewing.com
Calling all crowds
Cap off your evening at one of Lancaster city’s biggest bars in terms of square footage, Federal Taphouse. With a revolving list of 100 beers to choose from, a group of any size will be able to stretch out and find something to their liking.
Federal Taphouse, 201 N. Queen St., Lancaster; 717-490-6932; federaltaphouselanc.com