They call themselves the oldest brewery in America after David Yuengling arrived from Germany in 1829 and decided to make beer in the coal-mining town of Pottsville, Pennsylvania.
This month, they made a special delivery to a woman who might be the oldest beer-drinker in America.
The brewery drove up with a big truck to Margaret Dilullo’s home in Spring Township to deliver an early birthday gift of 20 cases of her favorite beverage.
Soon, she will turn 107 years old, and the silver haired churchgoer has famously attributed her longevity to drinking a can of Yuengling Lager every day.
Now she has a free stash for the next 480 days.
“There’s five generations of her family,” said Debbie Yuengling, who works at her family’s business, D.G. Yuengling & Son—just like six generations of Yuenglings have done.