Breaker Brewing - New Pico-Brewery hits Wilkes-Barre/Plains

29 January 2009

We've actually been holding off posting this info until more of the details were in place, but it seems the cat is out of the bag so I thought I'd finally push out what I know. Breaker Brewing Company has officially been launched by owners Chris Miller & Mark Lehman in Plains...out of a garage in Plains no less. But don't let this 1.5bbl all-grain setup fool you. Breaker Brewing Company (website under construction HERE) has their PA Brewers License and their brewers notice from the TTB (That's the Alcohol, tobacco tax & trade bureau to you and me). They also appear to have several local beer bars prepared to sell their beers so good news for everyone in the beer community. According to Chris their beers should be out in local bars in a few months so stay tuned. I'll add photo & details later tomorrow as time allows.

4 comments (click to read or post):

sam k,  31 January, 2009 17:52  

Boy, is my face red! I check the blog more than once a day, and totally missed this post, but managed to find both the Brooklyn and Old Forge stories that bracket it just fine. Great work, and I should have known better! Thanks!

mybeerbuzz,  31 January, 2009 18:17  

Not a big deal Sam....I actually added the picture Thu night so the plain text with no pic may have blended in

Professor Bartels,  02 February, 2009 14:17  

Sam we thought that was just rosacea.

sam k,  03 February, 2009 16:50  

Hey, Prof., you're partly right, dammit!

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