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It was the year 1829 when Americans were getting used to their newly elected president, Andrew Jackson, that 23-year old David G. Yuengling, an immigrant from Wurttemberg, Germany, settled in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, and started a brewery...more
We had a fabulous tour with Stacy as our guide. She provided engaging and fun information on the family business, industry and history in the US. The tour was so much fun and we also enjoyed the great gift shop, museum and tasting room where...More
I'm not a beer drinker, but my husband and I have visited numerous wineries and taken tours, so I thought it would be interesting to see how making beer compares. The tour is very educational, they let you see the whole process, but also tell...More
This tour was not your normal beer brew tour. They told you the history, fun stories and yuengling family facts. They use to make ice cream and stil do. Go figure. Make sure you do have good shoes and yes there is climbing of stairs....More
I live about 1/2 hour from here and always wanted to take the tour. I really enjoyed it. Some areas are very warm and there are a lot of stairs. My husband opted out for health reason and I would advise that too. The tour...More
We did not take the brewery tour. Others raved about it ! Lots of stairs and climbing are required. No open toed shoes or sandals. (They sell shoes for the tour) Great gift shop and beer tasting room. Lots of novelty gifts and clothing. One...More
What a great trip through history with this tour. Any Brewery can let you see how beer is made and bottled. The Yuengling Brewery tells and shows you how was created and has moved forward, except during prohibition, and survived. Our Tour guide "JJ" was...More
Worth the drive. Tour guide was very knowledgeable and she gave a brief history of Yuengling family business and how beer is brewed.
After cave tour she brought us to the tasting room where you could sample all their beers on tap!
Also a gift...More
This was a very interesting tour of a small (but getting larger) brewery that has been in business for many, many years. The guide was very good at explaining all the processes. Must wear closed toe shoes as some of the areas are quite wet....More