Lititz’s Draft List

We handcraft our beers at our Downtown Lancaster, Lebanon and Lemoyne breweries in the tradition that we’ve been making sandwiches for the past 40 years.  We strive to brew great-tasting beers consistently, using the best ingredients!

1. Hartman’s HeroesOur German pilsner named after an old employee who worked for us for 30 years and who happens to be a veteran. Hopped with Chinook and Hallertau Blanc. Have a pint and offer 3 cheers: Cheers to a colleague, Cheers to a veteran, and Cheers to a friend.   5.1% ABV

2. Haze On The Conestoga – Our new imperial hazy IPA is brewed with 2-row, white wheat malt and oat malt. Kettle hopped with Enigma and Comet, then heavily dry-hopped with a bog tropical juicy hop flavor.   8.5% ABV 12 oz. pour

3. Uncle Johnny’s Vanilla Cinnamon Porter Our marketing director’s special recipe has its origins at Moo Duck Brewery, our friends in Elizabethtown. Hopped exclusively with Fuggle, for a slight hop bite, this brew is then aged on whole cinnamon sticks and crushed Madagascar vanilla beans.   6.9% ABV

4. Queen St. Fuego Our take on the classic dry-finishing, bitter West Coast IPA. Hop lovers, look no further. Brewed with American two-row, hopped in the kettle and then heavily dry-hopped in the fermenter with Azacca, Cascade and Zamba.   7.0% ABV

5. Flamingo Del SolCorn or maize in the mash is what makes a Mexican-style lager, with ours having a ratio of about 25% flaked corn to barley as the base malt. Very lightly hopped with Azacca for a light citrus touch, this brilliant golden lager is best enjoyed cold, outside on a warm day – preferably on an Isaac’s patio.   5.0% ABV

6. Purple Witzard Oola La Our signature witbier with a twist – this batch has also been aged not only on blueberries, but with acai berry sorbet from our friends at Oola Bowls. A hazy purple brew crafted from Belgian wheat malt, flaked wheat and American two-row. Lightly hopped with Pacifica and Amarillo5.3% ABV

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