What will strike most of you is the true-to-form English ale taste, like Tetley's, Bass, etc. Nicely hopped, with a good flowery aroma, and a copper color, this was very pleasant. I'm guessing the Amish aspect is more of a marketing tool, since modern breweries have all the gadgets and technology that the Amish typically eschew. Either way, this is worth a try. It does credit to the Pennsylvania brewing industry, balancing out that wretched Rolling Rock. This is not pasteurized, so don't expect to see it more than 200 miles from Philadelphia.
Reviewed: November 01, 2003