Tröegs Independent Brewing

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Tröegs Independent Brewing is an American brewery from Hershey, Pennsylvania.

Tröegs Brewing Company was founded by Chris and John Trogner. Since 1997, the brothers have been handcrafting world-class beers that combine traditional brewing techniques with the eclecticism of new American brewing. While only available in the Mid-Atlantic region, Tröegs Brewery is known nationwide for their award-winning Troegenator Double Bock, highly-desirable seasonal releases like Nugget Nectar and The Mad Elf, and brewery-only beers like the Scratch and Splinter series. Tröegs Brewery in Hershey, Pennsylvania provides guests with a complete brewing experience. The brewhouse is located in a 5,000 square foot tasting room that opens onto a beer garden. Visitors are able to observe the brewing process firsthand, and take a self-guided tour along a window-lined hallway for a close-up view of the entire brewery.


It’s time for The Most Wonderful Beer of the Year!

It’s the news you’ve been waiting for: We’re ushering in the holidays with a variety of festive beers. At the center of our collection is Mad Elf, a cheerful ruby red creation reminiscent of ripened cherries, raw honey and cocoa that’s become a holiday icon. “For many beer drinkers, the holidays don’t truly start until ... Read More

Announcing Mad Elf Beer Cheese

  Savory. Sweet. Festive. – And it saves small Pennsylvania dairy farms!In anticipation of the holiday season, The GIANT Company, Caputo Brothers Creamery of Spring Grove, Pa. and Tröegs Independent Brewing of Hershey, Pa. are teaming up once again on a limited edition cheese offering – Mad Elf Beer Cheese. This merry and bright holiday ... Read More

Tröegs joins PA Eats mission to Nourish PA

PA Eats and Tröegs Independent Brewing have teamed up to empower Pennsylvania’s food-insecure to cook fresh, healthy and affordable meals. This unique partnership is made possible thanks to a generous $5,000 donation from the Hershey-based brewery. “When we look at potential partnerships, the first question we ask is: Why?” said Tröegs co-founding brother Chris Trogner. ... Read More

HopCyclone: Experience hop waves of epic proportions

Here at Tröegs, some of our most sought-after beers are Double IPAs. Think Nimble Giant, LolliHop and Double Blizzard. That’s why we’re really excited to release the brand new HopCyclone Hazy Double IPA. HopCyclone’s haze is built with a grain bill of pilsner malt, Vienna malt and wheat. The haze helps prop up hop oils ... Read More

Master of Pumpkins is back – now in 16 oz. cans!

It takes a long time to plant, raise, pick, slice, clean and roast 3,000 pounds of Pennsylvania longneck pumpkins. But Master of Pumpkins has arrived! The very first step in this year’s batch happened earlier this summer, when our friends at Strites’ Orchard – less than 10 miles from our brewery – seeded their pumpkin ... Read More

Black is Beautiful collaboration generates $14,439 for local nonprofit!

Harrisburg, where we first opened our doors more than 20 years ago, holds a special place in our hearts, and it was our pleasure to team up with Harris Family Brewery on our Black is Beautiful collaboration beer. When we were thinking about ways this beer could benefit our community, Amiracle4sure was an obvious choice. ... Read More

Local farm helps create ‘only at Tröegs’ experiences

Wandering along the rows of romaine, broccoli, blueberries and peppers at Little Peace Farm is an act of love. Michael and Emily Scheidel, owners of the 20-acre farm in Schuylkill Haven, Pa., know every nook and cranny, every hill and dell, and quietly relish the opportunity to share their land, their life’s work.  “Little Peace ... Read More

Tröegs and The Nature Conservancy’s new dry-hopped pilsner helps protect PA’s Kittatinny Ridge

A portion of proceeds from Trail Day dry-hopped pilsner to support purchase of land critical to clean water, rich forests and safe migratory passageThe Nature Conservancy and Tröegs Independent Brewing are once again joining together to protect Pennsylvania’s Kittatinny Ridge, an ecologically important 185-mile chain of forested Appalachian mountains that runs through Pennsylvania. Today, Tröegs ... Read More

Covid-19 update

On the evening of Wednesday, Aug. 12, we learned that a co-worker at our Hershey Tasting Room had tested positive for Covid-19. Because of this, we immediately launched our safety-first plan and called in our professional cleaning service to perform a deep clean of the Tasting Room, break room and bathrooms. This move comes in ... Read More

Black is Beautiful collaboration is more than a beer

Something unexpected happened during our Black is Beautiful brew day with Harris Family Brewery. We had agreed going in that the inspiration for our collaboration American brown lager was cornbread, specifically a well-guarded recipe from the family of Harris brewmaster Shaun Harris. “No matter what time of year it is,” said Shaun, “if you go ... Read More

Fall’s hazy, hoppy Lucky Holler is so good you’ll wanna holler!

Lucky Holler, our brand new hazy IPA for fall, was inspired by our annual pilgrimage to the Pacific Northwest for hop selection. Out in the Yakima Valley, we walk row after row of hops, inspecting the bines, crushing the cones in our hands and rubbing them until their oils fill the air. “We go to ... Read More

Trained tasters look after the flavor of your beer

Some people think working at a brewery means we just sit around and taste beer all day. Well, perhaps it’s not all day, but it is pretty much every day. Here at Tröegs, we employ a vigorous sensory panel training, and only co-workers with the most discerning palates make the grade. If you’ve ever been ... Read More

Making a Tröegs To-Go pizza kit

Executive sous chef Ben Horning of Tröegs Independent Brewing’s Scratch Kitchen walks you through keys to making our To-Go pizza Share: ... Read More

We taste: Field Study IPA

Join us for a virtual tasting of Field Study IPA, a slightly hazy yet bright summer daydream come true. Share: ... Read More

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