Stoudt's Brewery is one of Pennsylvania's first micro breweries, located in the Lancaster County borough of Adamstown. Stoudt's Brewery was started in 1987 by Ed and Carol Stoudt, both of whom desired to own a restaurant, bakery, antique shop, and a brewery together. This was realized with the creation of Stoudt's as it includes a restaurant, a bakery, one of the East Coast' largest antique shops, as well as the brewery itself. The complex also includes even more antiques as well as gourmet coffee, kettle corn, jewelry, floral arrangements, robots, and arts and crafts at Stoudtburg Village.
The Selection of Stoudt's
Pils, German-style lager with a medium body, straw color, and bitter finish.
Gold Lager, Munich-style Helles with smooth body, golden color, and short finish.
American Pale Ale, American beer with a medium body, light amber color, and bitter finish.
Scarlet Lady Ale, English-style ale with a medium body, copper color, and hoppy finish.
Triple, Belgian-abbey style ale with a full body, apricot color, and sweet finish.
Double IPA, American ale with a full body, deep golden color, and hoppy finish.
Fat Dog Stout, British-style stout with a smooth body, dark brown color, and a chocolaty coffee-like finish.
Heifer in Wheat, Bavarian-style beer with a medium body, wheat color, and a banana, sweet finish.
Oktoberfest, German-style lager with a medium body, amber color, and a malty, sweet......