Should you find yourself passing through the southern edge of Easton, PA, about a mile from the Delaware river and New Jersey state line, you may pass a drab single-story commercial building. You would be wise to make a stop here. No, you’re not stopping to purchase industrial vacuum parts or rent a banquet facility; your true destination is the warehouse behind the street-side offices, home of Weyerbacher Brewing Company.
Among the plethora of craft breweries that I adore, Weyerbacher has a special place in my heart. It was at the on-premise brew-pub that I introduced my family, former Coors Light and Twisted Tea loyalists, to craft beer. With typically no fewer than 14 beers available, including two stouts, two IPA’s, Belgian styles and Barleywines, I would put money on just about anyone finding a beer to suit their tastes. Continue reading