Rumspringa Brewing Company
Set between Intercourse and Bird-in-Hand, PA, and located on the second floor of the Lancaster Beer & Wine Gallery, Rumspringa Brewing Company offers the best in craft-brewed beers in the heart of Lancaster County. The area’s first nano-brewery produces tastes to satisfy everyone from a citrusy APA to a robust Stout.
Visit the Barn Cafe for all your favorite Rumspringa beers on tap, plus Mount Hope Wine flights and delicious Lancaster County favorites.
Sow your wild oats at Rumspringa Brewing Company in Intercourse, PA!
What is Rumspringa?
The word, “rumspringa”, loosely translated as “running around”, is derived from the rich Pennsylvania German heritage of Lancaster County. A popularized view of “rumspringa” reflects on the term used to describe a temporary period when young members of Amish communities start dating and going places on their own, exploring activities in the “outside world” that their elders may not approve of. But all of this happens before making the decision to officially join the church and remain true to their faith, as most do.
Similarly , the brewers at Rumspringa Brewery have chosen to remain true to their brewing techniques by hand-crafting beers using locally grown products and pains-taking processing, rather than following the main stream applications of large production facilities.
Rumspringa Brewery invites you to take a break to relax, unwind and sow your own wild oats with the best in craft-brewed beers in the heart of Lancaster County!
Common Control Statement
Swashbuckler Brewing Company, Rumspringa Brewing Company and Divine Swine Brewing Company are in production at their physical locations. However, due to the volume required to satisfy the demands at Swashbuckler Brewing Company, Rumspringa Brewing Company and Divine Swine Brewing Company, SBC Brewsmith produces products for these commonly controlled breweries.
Pennsylvania Code Subchapter J. MALT OR BREWED BEVERAGE MANUFACTURERS. Section 3.92. Brewery pubs. (d) Sales of alcoholic beverages at the brewery pub premises shall be limited to sales of malt or brewed beverages produced at and owned by the brewery adjacent to it or a brewery which is under common control with the brewery pub. A brewery pub licensee may sell, for on-premises consumption, wine manufactured by the holder of a Pennsylvania limited winery license.