The Lehigh Valley’s craft beer scene comes of age

 

→ The Lehigh Valley’s craft beer scene comes of age

If your into craft brew you might want to plan a beercation to the Lehigh Valley. This article is filled with info and links on the growing scene, and along with LehighValleyAleTrail.com would be a great place to start planning your trip. 

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