Yuengling Is Coming To Cape Cod – Do You Care?


RH.com – Starting next month, America’s Oldest Brewery will be shipping up to Boston.

D.G. Yuengling and Son Inc., Pottsville, announced Friday that it will be expanding the distribution of its “highly sought after brands” to Massachusetts in early March, making it the 15th state in the brewery’s footprint.

This initial rollout includes its flagship beer, Yuengling Lager, as well as Light Lager and Black & Tan brands.

Where do people stand on Yuengling? A poll of The Real Cape staff revealed that we all like it, but we would drink Milwaukee’s Best out of a shoe if it was the only thing around so we might not be the best case study. After asking a few other people the general consensus is that people are excited about this. People around here love Yuengling.

That being said I feel like Yuengling might be one of those things that people rave about just because they can’t get it, but then once it’s here for a while you realize it’s nothing special.

It’s the Krispy Kreme effect. Yeah people were waiting in line for four hours when they first opened, but after a while you realize it’s just a hot donut. Put a glazed from Dunkin’ in the microwave for 30 seconds and you have the same thing.

One thing I can promise you is that once it is here, we at The Real Cape will do exhausting research to find out exactly how much Yuengling one needs to drink for the novelty to wear off. No matter how much beer it takes to get the data, if it’s possible to get sick of Yuengling, rest assured we will find out.

We want to see where the rest of The Cape stands on this issue, so take a second and let us know below.

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  1. I agree that this is merely a case of ‘the forbidden fruit is the sweetest.’ Like the Sonic up Peabody, the Krispy Kreme in Boston (which no longer exists) once the novelty wears off, people will realize that it is a run of the mill lager which, in my opinion, is slightly better than bud.

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