Twin Lakes growlerAre you a passionate craft beer drinker that likes to explore new tastes? Well you're in luck during your next visit! Delaware is most known for its tie to Sam Calagione, and his Dogfish mastery, at the Dogfish Head Brewery in the southern part of our wonderful state. But today, I'm not writing about the popular Dogfish Head Brews that hit the taps nationwide. I'm writing about a tiny brewery in the heart of the Brandywine Valley that puts out a handful of delicious craft brews.

Where most people would find themselves driving in route to Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library or Longwood Gardens, some venture off the beaten path of Route 52. They find themselves pulling up to a small white building that's tucked in to the hillside of the Hobbs Family property. It's there where you can find the small quaint Twin Lakes Brewery and its co-founder Sam Hobbs with his head brewer, Rob Pfeiffer, hustling around making a delicious batch of the latest craft beer.

Line of BeerThe guys over at Twin Lakes Brewery believe in the idea of preserving the art of American brewing, by producing only premium American ales and lagers. They use 100% natural ingredients and drive home the idea of enjoying a fresh, local, and delicious craft beer.

Yes, there are major conglomerate beer distributors out there pushing their products to you non-stop with advertisements. But the craft beer coming out of Twin Lakes Brewery speaks for itself. Next time you're in town, make a stop and sneak over for a pint or grab a growler to go. We promise. You'll be pleasantly surprised!

Drew Osberg
Guest Blogger