Appalachian Brewing Company

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Appalachian Brewing Company
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Appalachian Brewing Company Logo
Location United States Pennsylvania Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
Opened 1997
Barrels per year 15,000 U.S. barrels
Owner(s) Appalachian Brewing Company
Active beers
Name Type
Water Gap Wheat ale
Purist Pale Ale pale ale
Mountain Lager Lager
Jolly Scot Scottish Ale Scottish ale
Hoppy Trails IPA
Susquehanna Stout Stout
Broad Street Barley Wine Barley Wine

The Appalachian Brewing Company, commonly known as ABC, is an American brewery in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. It was founded in January 1997. Appalachian also operates pubs in Camp Hill, Gettysburg, Collegeville, Lititz, and Mechanicsburg,

Flagship Varieties[edit]

The company produces a specialty beer each month. As of July 2007 the lineup is:

The Gettysburg and Camp Hill locations also have specialties:

  • Coconut Porter (Camp Hill)
  • Dan's Dunkle Weizen Dark Hefe Weizen (Camp Hill)
  • Obbie's Grand Cru, a Belgian-style beer (Gettysburg)
  • Shimmelfenig Smoked Ale (Gettysburg)
  • Tripelocity, a golden Belgian tripel (Gettysburg)
  • Vanilla Porter (Gettysburg)
  • Wildflower Honey Wheat (Camp Hill)

They also produce Sophie's Sparkling Ale during the summer and various cask ales

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Coordinates: 40°15′57″N 76°52′31″W / 40.2658°N 76.8753°W / 40.2658; -76.8753