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Locust Lane Craft Brewery Selling ‘Old Main Ale’ To Benefit THON

Locust Lane Craft Brewery is once again selling its Dancing Diamonds beer release to benefit THON and Four Diamonds.

This year’s brew is “Old Main Ale,” which is a “winter warmer brewed with dark-ruby caramel malts and spiked with orange, spruce, and holiday cheer.” This 750 mL beverage checks in at 9% ABV and was one of the brewery’s December holiday releases.

The Malvern, Pennsylvania, brewery was founded by three Penn State alumni and named after downtown State College’s very own Locust Lane. THON 2023 marks the fifth time the brewery is raising money For The Kids.

If you live outside of Philly, you can get it on draft or purchase it to-go for $14. It ships statewide, too.

Each bottle is hand-dipped and features a sketch of Penn State’s very own Old Main. Old Main Ale has a 3.53 rating on Untappd and is described as a fireside sipper.

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