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Offline jpanhaltTopic starter

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Yuengling Hershey chocolate porter -- not for everyone
« on: November 10, 2022, 08:17:25 pm »
I saw it in the store today and was intrigued.  Thought it might be to Hershey chocolate about a close as chicken mole is.  I was wrong.  Not sweet like milk chocolate, but definitely Hershey.  People who like Stella Artois might enjoy it as a Holiday beverage.

Of course, this product evaluation only applies to people in the Yuengling distribution area. 
 

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Re: Yuengling Hershey chocolate porter -- not for everyone
« Reply #1 on: November 10, 2022, 09:05:50 pm »

Of course, this product evaluation only applies to people in the Yuengling distribution area.

  And where is that?   Is that the same Yuengling that makes beer/lager?
 

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Re: Yuengling Hershey chocolate porter -- not for everyone
« Reply #2 on: November 10, 2022, 09:19:30 pm »
only 1  chocolatey beer worth  drinking,mexicake https://www.tempestbrewco.com/item/257/TempestBrewCo/Mexicake-330ml-can.html
 

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Re: Yuengling Hershey chocolate porter -- not for everyone
« Reply #3 on: November 10, 2022, 11:19:06 pm »
  And where is that?   Is that the same Yuengling that makes beer/lager?

Yes, it is the brewery that makes beer and lager by that name.  I particularly like its "Golden Pilsner."  Yuengling is one of the oldest American breweries.  Its home is Philadelphia.  Until relatively recently, its distribution was limited to the NE and northern mid-Atlantic states.  I believe it is still mostly that area, but not as far West as the Mississippi; although, it is expanding West. 
https://www.yuengling.com/news/yuengling-begins-westward-expansion-with-distribution-into-texas/

Of course, Hershey, PA (a suburb of Harrisburg, PA's capital) is in that area, hence the connection to Hershey chocolates.

John

 


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