Blue Dog Pub in Lansdale, PA has an impressive beer list full of such breweries as Stella Artois, Troegs and Long Trail on tap and many more available for takeout. The list is always changing with the seasons, guaranteeing that you don’t fall into beer boredom.
This pub is great for looking for your next favorite brew because they have such a wide, well-picked selection and are happy to sell you single bottles so you can sample before you commit to an entire six-pack. Bottles are available both for take-out and dine-in. Can’t make it to Lansdale? They also have a location in Chalfont as the Blue Dog Family Tavern. Both locations are open daily from 11:30am to 2am.
850 South Valley Forge Road
Lansdale, PA 19446
4275 County Line Road
Chalfont PA 18914
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Stephen Darcangelo (right) will be enjoying a craft beer filled excursion to the Great American Beer Festival in Denver, CO courtesy of the Greatest Beers of the World. As the winner of last month’s contest, Stephen was randomly selected from thousands of local contest participants.
How did Boxcar get started?
Our brewery began as any great idea begins: a late-night conversation with family, friends and beer! While enjoying some homebrews at the wedding of two of Boxcar’s chief members, we began talk of starting a micro-brewery in Pennsylvania. Within a year, Jason and his now-wife Kristen moved back to the West Chester area, where Jamie and Kymberly had been living, and began a rigorous cycle of brewing, sharing, and drinking 10-gallon batches of beer. Two years later, while enjoying a batch brewed for Jamie and Kymberly’s wedding, all four members got together and thought it was time to start Boxcar Brewing Company.
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