An old fashioned American Pale Ale named for Clarion County’s abundant mineral riches. Between 1845 and 1854, one-half of the iron produced in Pennsylvania was manufactured in Clarion County, deservedly winning the nickname “Iron County.
A Brown Ale in honor of the Anti-Horse Thief Association. It still costs $1.00 to become a life member, and such memberships are held by Dwight D. Eisenhower and Arthur Godfrey.
A beer brewed each season a little differently. Named after the sound of ripples on the water made mellow by the wall of timber on both sides of the river, said to sound like “a distant clarion”.