Thursday, February 18, 2010

Penn's Back -- really really!

I see on Penn Brewery's Facebook page that beer is flowing! Kegs have been filled, and Penn Pilsner and the all new Allegheny Pale Ale are out in the Pittsburgh market. No word yet on where you can find it, but that will come. Great news! Now we need bottles...and the restaurant. Confidence builds as beer flows.

Rock on!

8 comments:

Chas D. Kaier said...

Look out, resurrections are contagious. We are gathering, mounting, ready...

JJ Wainwright said...

Confound you Eberhardt and Ober! By the powers of Zeus I intend to put an end to your enterprise and that ribald concoction you so enthusiastically call beer if it is the last thing I do!

Philip Henry Fuhrman said...

Hear ye! Mister Schmidt and I have been working diligently to reestablish our F&S beer in Shamokin! Do not be so foolhardy as to believe that Mister Pastorius has a monopoly on the resurrection of PA breweries for our glorious golden elixir shall flow again from Shamokin to Carbondale and south to the Reading market.

Darel Matthews said...

Best...blog...comments...ever...

Lew Bryson said...

Watch it, Darel, or Charles "Gmund-boy" Stegmaier will be on here next.

Ghost repellent, I gotta get some ghost repellent.

Peter Barbey said...

Curse you Furhman and your partner Schmidt. For I shall precede the revival of my wonderful Barbey's Sunshine beer into the Reading market long before ye. The good people of Brewer City wouldnt have your beer the first go-round, it is unwise, and foolish, to believe that your F&S would be well received for family or tavern use this go-round!

Lew Bryson said...

Hey, Pete, no can do: your descendants sold the rights to your Sunshine beer to Tröegs. Your plan is foiled!

Peter Barbey said...

Drat those upstart Troegs brothers and their liberal use of hops! Foiled. They may have the venerable name, but they will never be able to reproduce my luxurious Sparkling ale.