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Yuengling Brewery Corporate Office Address

D. G. Yuengling and Son, Inc.
5th & Mahantongo Streets
Pottsville, Pennsylvania 17901

Contact Yuengling Brewery

Phone Number: (570) 622-4141
Fax Number: (570) 622-4011
Website: https://www.yuengling.com/breweries/pottsville/
Email: Email Yuengling Brewery

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Yuengling Brewery Executives

CEO: Richard L. Yuengling Jr.
CFO: F. Dohrman Yuengling
COO: David A. Casinelli

Yuengling Brewery History

Yuengling Brewery, founded in 1829 in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, is the oldest brewing company in America. It was founded by David Jungling, a German immigrant. He changed his name to Yuenling, thinking it sounded less German. The original company name was Eagle Brewery. The original location burned down in 1831, forcing the company to move to its current location.

As of 2011, the company was tied with the Boston Beer Company in sales. The company is still family owned and operated, with Richard Yuengling, Jr. as  the 5th generation current owner and CEO. The company uses hops grown in Washington and corn from Minnesota for its products.

Yuengling Brewery offers 10 types of beer, discontinuing only two flavors in its history. Richard “Dick”Yuenling was the recent center of a controversy when he publicly stated that he supported Donald Trump for President in 2016. Boycotts of Yuenling products have been called for by numerous groups opposed to Trump’s candidacy.

Yuengling Brewery FAQs

Question 1: What is the phone number for Yuengling Brewery?
Answer 1: The phone number for Yuengling Brewery is (570) 622-4141.

Question 2: Who is the CEO of Yuengling Brewery?
Answer 2: The CEO of Yuengling Brewery is Richard L. Yuengling Jr..

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Patricia Alston April 10, 2019 at 7:05 pm

At about 11:00 am this morning 4/10/2019 a Yengling truck failed to stop at a 4-way stop sign in Fort Valley, GA. Fort Valley is a very small town (about 7900 souls) 90 minutes south of Atlanta. I had stopped at the corner of College and Miller. I was next to proceed through the intersection, but as I looked to the left I saw the Yengling truck coming at full speed to the stop sign. I knew that the speed at which the truck was traveling meant that it was not going to stop. Instead of pulling out, as I could have done, I remained stopped and watched in total surprise as the truck barreled through the intersection. I sounded my horn and remained at the intersection gathering myself before going about my errands. The truck continued along Miller to CR 41, crossed over and went in the direction of the university along University BLVD. The driver never slowed down or stopped after crossing through the 4 way stop. Until I visited your website I had wondered if the Chinese could produce a beer to compete with American or German breweries: I lived and taught in China and never saw a brewery called Yengling. Well this was an interesting way to see that the name is not Chinese at all. We live (thank God the truck missed me!) and learn. I don’t drink beer either German, American, or Chinese. Please assure me that the driver will be reprimanded. That was a very stupid and dangerous mistake.

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judith hester April 9, 2019 at 11:32 am

I bought a case of your wonderful Yueingling beer at the Walmart East Tamiami Trail store here in Naples, Florida only to discover several of the cans were smashed and dented and leaking. I went back to Walmart the next day, April 4th only to be told by the manager, Laurie, that she could not help me because i did not have a receipt. i explained because of the large size. the case was not put into a bag with the receipt as smaller items are handled. i then asked her to write a note as to the damage for me to send to you. She refused, saying she was too busy to write a note. I then suggested I write the note and she just sign it and she refused, saying she would not sign anything and not able to help me !!!! As you can tell, I am not a satisfied customer as their slogan reads !!! i do hope you can rectify this problem satisfactorily. Thank you for your understanding and help !!!

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Barbara November 21, 2018 at 4:34 pm

Just bought a 12 pack. Noticed that there is a indent in the glass bottle. I never noticed a dimple in a bottle before and I check the others and this is the only one. Concerned that I will get sick from this or is it just a faulty bottle. Doesn’t quality control check the shape of the bottle before being filled. If you want numbers off the 12 pack please let me know… I love your beer. Actually with dimple it’s comfortable to hold. You’ll be the first to have a bottle that’ s comfortable to hold by adding the crease, dimple or whatever you’d like to call it.

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Becky clark June 16, 2018 at 2:35 pm

I’m desperately trying to get a hold of someone in corporate. A Delivery rep here in Rochester N.Y. Is illegally selling your product on the side during deliveries to a local bar. An SUV pulls up during deliveries every so often and gets a bunch of cases loaded up into the back and leaves very quickly. I’ve been calling around trying to report this.

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Becky clark June 16, 2018 at 2:36 pm

I also have a video of this happening.

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R. scott Waibel Sr. September 17, 2017 at 10:46 am

I love your products, I love my local distributor Waywood Bev. Kennett Square, Pa, however I wish only to notify you of several empty sealed cans (3) in one of the last cases of lager purchased, can bar code was 89924 78887, the case barcode was 89924 88007 . I just wanted you to know I will always now and in the future be a good patron to Yuengling. Thank you.

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Something gross in my bottle August 2, 2017 at 8:05 am

I’ve emailed your quality control department and I’ve yet to hear back. I bought a 12-pack the other day and when I opened it one of the beers had not been capped. I thought this was stranged because no beer has spilled. When I looked in the bottle there is a foreign object that was shoved in the neck. When I removed it, I could not tell what it was. All I know is that it is disgusting and covered in some type of fungus that has grown on it. My husband and I both prefer your Lager as our main beer, but I’m tempted to change now as I have yet to hear back from you. This doesn’t seem to be a huge concern to your company and that concerns me. I’d love a response this time. By the way, i saved the object and have pictures.

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A. Fred July 24, 2017 at 7:48 pm

Batch 7 of 17 A4W8 is colored water. I have bought your beer for 20 years and you now have a beer called Traditional Lager that is tasteless. Why in the world would you do that unless you simply sell water at a very high price. You lost me as a customer to dumb bum,

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Workman June 27, 2017 at 7:49 pm

I can’t believe that you hAve a curse word in your commercial. Not Good

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Steven amato June 23, 2017 at 12:32 pm

Dear, Yuengling Brewery

Wanted to say as Americas oldest brewery I’ll be happily switching to supporting your company this summer and here on out giving my business to a deserving American brewery when I make my choice for light beer. I greatly appreciate your outspoken support for our country and our President during these turbulent political times.
Thank you from a new customer
Best, Steven Amato

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BOYCOTT & IMPEACH TRUMP January 31, 2017 at 10:23 am

Our family and friends will not longer be patronizing Yuengling products because of its support of the increasingly tyrannical president Donald Trump. Please support the Resistance.

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