Penn Brewery Adding Oats N’at Oatmeal Stout, British Golden Summer Ale, 3 Sisters Saison & Nemacolin Ale

imageFrom Penn Brewery:

The New Brews

Our brewers are having a blast experimenting with new beer recipes on our recently-installed small-batch brewing system. Here are the draft beers that we’ll be serving on tap over the next few months:

Oats N’at Oatmeal Stout – a very dark, full-bodied, roasty, malty ale with a silky oatmeal flavor.  Oats N’at will be available by early July.  Andrew Carnegie would be proud.

British Golden Summer Ale - our first PRO/AM series beer brewed together with Malcom Frazier, TRASH (Three Rivers Association of Serious Home Brewers) member and blogger at This ale is similar to an APA, but without the caramel malt and using a clean-fermenting British yeast strain.  It will be available in late July.

3 Sisters Saison – this is a pale, refreshing, highly attenuated, moderately bitter, moderate-strength, highly carbonated Belgian Ale with a very dry finish. Look for 3 Sisters in mid-August.

Nemacolin Ale – We’re brewing this one exclusively for our friends at Nemacolin Woodlands! Nemacolin Ale is a “session” IPA – that is, a lower-ABV  version of a typical IPA, with a lower bitterness level to keep it balanced, but with all the flavor and aroma of a standard IPA.  Think full hop aroma with a more delicate hop flavor on the palate. Enjoy it at Nemacolin at the Caddy Shack BBQ Restaurant, The Tavern, and Falling Rock Hotel beginning in mid-June.

The Classics

Traditional favorites Penn Weizen, Gold, and Kaiser Pils will be getting a new look!  Watch for these varieties in 12-pack boxes with updated graphics.

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