Bube’s Brewery Catacombs
Dungeons & Dragons 5e
The arcane research team has breached an ancient portal, and something monstrous is trying to break through. Can your party uncover the secrets of the portal, and stop the powerful entity from entering our world?
8:45am – 9:15am
Arrival and private tour of the Crystal Cave.
9:15am – 12:00pm
Morning gaming session deep in the Crystal Cave!
12:00pm – 12:45pm
Break for themed, catered lunch at nearby Saucony Creek Brewing.
12:45pm – 4:45pm
Afternoon gaming session and wrap up.
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The Elemental IncursionFebruary 26th, 2022
- > Private Cave Tour
- > Professional DMs running a custom adventure
- > Catered Lunch and Drinks
- > Maps, Minis, Gaming Gear, and Accessories
- > Sponsor Gifts from D&DBeyond.com and Kraken Dice
- > Gaming venue tables/chairs inside cave, with complementary beverages and table service
- > Table and Experience Prize Drawings, giveaways, and future discounts from sponsoring vendors
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By the mid-1800s, German-style lager beer had become all the rage among beer drinkers in America. Very different from the English-style ales that predominated in the U.S. previously, lager beer necessitated a different brewing method. Those brewers manufacturing lager beer in the 1850s often could not keep up with demand and by the 1860s a brewery boom was underway. Literally hundreds of breweries emerged all over the United States. Into this brewing climate came a young German immigrant named Alois Bube. Having been a brewing apprentice in his homeland, Alois secured a job at, and in 1876 bought, a small brewery in Mount Joy Pennsylvania.
Bube’s Brewery as it stands today is the result of Alois Bube’s life’s work. He expanded his small brewery several times and built a Victorian hotel to save his beer and accommodate overnight guests and offer dining to travelers passing through Mount Joy. By the turn of the century, he had a very successful business and his reputation as a good brewer and decent businessman had spread far and wide.
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