Craft Beer Spotlight: Bulls Head Public House

So you find yourself in Lancaster County Pennsylvania, the land of horse and buggies, quirky city names (Intercourse, Blue Ball, Bird-In-Hand), and the dividing line where Sheetz outnumbers Wawa! While we might take exception to the latter, there’s no doubt that Lancaster County knows beer. At the forefront is a warm English style pub and eatery in “America’s Coolest Small Town” of Lititz called Bulls Head Public House. Founded by Paul Pendyck, a Liverpool native, Bulls Head is true to form, with two beer engines, authentic pub fare, and a communal atmosphere. In addition, they have 14 rotating craft draughts and over 100 bottles to choose from, including a temperature controlled cellar that houses harder to find bottles, even specialty Belgian vintages ranging from 1996 to present day.

While the impressive beer selection may draw you in, the welcoming staff will keep you coming back. You’ll feel right at home whether you’re tipping ‘em back with friends or striking up a conversation with a stranger. No televisions or table service means you’ll have to navigate the room and make meaningful interactions with patrons and staff. Don’t expect any stodgy snobbery either, just good feels, good people, and great beer. Should you need a place to lay your head, Bulls Head is attached to an 18th century Victorian inn called The General Sutter. It’s no surprise that they’ve been decorated with accolades, voted Best Beer Bar in Pennsylvania via and the #1 beer bar in America via a USA Today poll. To put it in English-speak, Bulls Head is a real corker!

Bulls Head Public House in Lititz will be hosting a Neshaminy Creek Tap Event on Thursday, January 31st featuring brewery staff and giveaways. Come on out and crack those resolutions with us!

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