Troegs Independent Brewing has once again teamed up with the Pennsylvania chapter of The Nature Conservancy to protect Pennsylvania’s Kittatinny Ridge, an ecologically important 185-mile chain of forested Appalachian mountains that runs through Pennsylvania.
A portion of proceeds from Troegs brand new dry-hopped pilsner Trail Day will go toward the Tröegs Trail Day Fund to help protect 15,000 acres of the most critical, connected lands on and next to the ridge – from the Mason-Dixon Line into New York state through the Delaware Water Gap.
Starting with a backbone of German pilsner malt, this refreshing pils is dry-hopped with mildly citrusy and earthy Saaz hops. As fermentation slows, Troegs reintroduces fresh lager yeast, conditioning the beer and delivering crisp and clean notes of biscuit, dried spice and a hint of citrus.
“We grew up in the shadow of the Kittatinny Ridge and it passes within 10 miles of the brewery,” says Tröegs founding brother Chris Trogner,” so we know this land well. And few things are more important to brewing beer than clean water. We’re proud to be working with The Nature Conservancy to help protect a place that does so much for Pennsylvania and beyond.”
Look for Trail Day in 4-packs of 16oz cans throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware, New Jersey and parts of New York wherever Tröegs beer is sold.
ABV: 5.0%
Taste: crisp biscuit notes, dried spice and a hint of citrus
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For more information on Troegs Trail Day, visit HERE.
For more information on the Pennsylvania chapter of The Nature Conservancy, visit HERE.

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