Happy to report we received no wrong answers. Because there are no wrong answers.
With almost 490 craft breweries in in the state — ranging from the “household names” like Pittsburgh’s Iron City and the O.G., Yuengling, to smaller-scale operations that are growing steadily like Neshaminy Creek in Bucks County — you’ve got plenty of great homegrown beers to choose from.
So, we asked: What’s your favorite Pennsylvania-brewed beer? Happy to report we received no wrong answers. Because there are no wrong answers.
“Slayable from Helltown Brewing in Export in Westmoreland County, is my current favorite.”
Ashlee Geesaman, Monroeville
“My favorite PA beer is Cherry Hibiscus Wheat from Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company—one of my many favorites from them!”
Rachel S., Bensalem
William Merwarth, Port Carbon
John Lambert, Twin Rocks
“Buck Snort Stout from North County Brewing in Slippery Rock.”
Lou Hancherick, Harmony
“My favorite beer is Palomino from Sign of the Horse Brewery in Hanover and Red Lion.”
Bryan Hoffman, York
“Favorite Pennsylvania Beer?? Yards Philadelphia Pale Ale!!!”
Jenny B, West Mt. Airy, Philadelphia
“For me, nothing beats Sly Fox.”
Eddie O’Hara, Phoenixville
“I’m a homer. Iron City Lager.”
Carol C., Pittsburgh