22 October, 2020

An Amish Brew

An Amish Brew
INSTEAD of the colourless route through New Jersey, Delaware, Baltimore, we decided to return to Washington from New York via Pennsylvania, more specifically the Amish country. Arriving late in the evening we checked in at Fairfield Inn in Lancaster. Amongst the array of shiny folders and cards I was intrigued to find an eating house named LMB as in LMB, Jaipur, famous for its dahi bhallas and paranthas.

Located in a red brick building, in what was once a tobacco warehouse on Lancaster's busy Plum and Walnut Street, LMB turned out to be an industrial-type brewpub. From the overcrowded bar at the entrance, through to the busy dining area leading into a vast open kitchen, the interior was a large hall of exposed brick walls and copper fittings. This overlooked the brewhouse, revealing shining brewing equipment and tall stainless steel fermenters with variously curved pipe attachments. Besides hitting the busiest nightspot, we also turned lucky, as LMB was celebrating its second anniversary, and there was a discount on food and drink.

We jumped at the special...



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