Appalachian Brewing Company

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Appalachian Brewing Company
Appalachian Brewing Company.jpg
Appalachian Brewing Company Logo
Location United States Pennsylvania Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, USA
Opened 1997
Annual production volume 15,000 US beer barrels (18,000 hL)
Owned by Appalachian Brewing Company
Active beers
Name Type
Aero-Head Bock
Trail Blaze Maple Brown ale
Chocolate Avenue Stout
Outta Focus Double IPA
Water Gap Wheat ale
Mountain Lager Dortmunder Export
Hoppy Trails IPA
Jolly Scot Scottish style ale

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. The logo features the Rockville Bridge, which crosses the Susquehanna river just north of Harrisburg.

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