Fans of fruity beer have a new option to sample from the tried-and-true brewers at Yuengling. The Pottsville-based company – America’s oldest brewery, founded in 1829 – debuted its mango-flavored pilsner Raging Eagle on Tuesday, an addition to their lineup that the brewers are calling disruptive to the beer scene. Read more here
Bottoms up! COVID-19 has impacted almost every aspect of our lives and the economy, and the beer industry is no exception. According to a mid-year survey from the Brewers Association, “it appears that craft volumes declined around 10% in the first half of 2020 versus the same period in 2019.” Read more here
On Tuesday, during a virtual check presentation, Debbie Yuengling, 6th generation family member, delivered remarks and presented more than $50,000 to TAPS to increase financial assistance, crisis support, and grief and stress management for military survivors. During the presentation, Debbie Yuengling virtually handed a check for $51,562.22 to Bonnie Carroll, Founder and President of TAPS….
Yuengling Brewery in Pottsville will partner with the American Eagle Foundation to celebrate National American Eagle Day on Saturday, June 20. America’s Oldest Brewery already partners will the foundation “to aid in furthering the care and protection of the bald eagle for future generations,” noted Debbie Yuengling, a sixth-generation member of the family. Read more…
D.G. Yuengling & Son, Inc. announced Tuesday it will commit $20,000 to aid Florida bartenders and waitstaff during the COVID-19 crisis following a new partnership with the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association support for its COVID-19 relief efforts. Yuengling donating $20,000 to aid Florida bartenders and waitstaff during COVID-19 crisis