Yuengling coming back to Conn. What other beers are we missing?

A sign for Yuengling beer glows in a darkened bar. (Photo: Contributed / Flickr user MrSeb)

A sign for Yuengling beer glows in a darkened bar. (Photo: Contributed / Flickr user MrSeb)

According to the CT Beer Wholesalers Association, Pennsylvania’s Yuengling beer — brewed in what its producers claim is the United States’ oldest brewery — is returning to the Connecticut market after many years of not being available in the Nutmeg State. 

The Connecticut Beer Wholesalers Association is delighted to welcome the return of D.G. Yuengling & Son to the Connecticut market, possibly as early as Summer 2014. Established in 1829, Yuengling is the oldest operating brewing company in the United States and one of the largest breweries by volume in the Country.

After selling its brands in Connecticut for many years, in 1996, Yuengling consolidated its markets and ceased selling beer in New England.

This got us wondering: what other beers from around the country (or, heck, from around the world) should go on sale in Connecticut and become one of our fabled “steady habits?” Leave your answers in the comments or tweet them to us, and we’ll highlight the best ideas right here!