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Welcome to Brewhouse Mountain

and the World's Largest Collection of Beer Cans

Meet Jeff Lebo, owner of the world's largest collection of vintage beer cans. Jeff is always looking for old beer cans to buy, and he pays cash for cans he needs. If you have good cans to sell, it is likely that he will buy them from you. He has purchased collections all over the world during his 35+ years in the hobby. Contact Jeff now at 717-938-4332 or email him at jefflebo@aol.com.

Below are a few photos of Jeff's world famous Brewhouse Mountain, which is likely to be the most unusual vacation rental you've ever seen. Nearly every inch of wall space is covered with vintage beer cans, antique bottles, lithos, neons, porcelain signs, trays, general store items, and every imaginable type of antique advertising and breweriana from days gone by. Pictures don't do it justice...you just have to see it in person to take it all in. The 6,000 square foot house is located on 4 acres of mixed hardwood forest in the Conewago Mountains of south-central Pennsylvania, midway between the cities of Harrisburg and York.

The Inn caters to outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers, with skiing, snowboarding, zip lines, kayaking, birdwatching, hiking trails, mountain biking, fishing and golf just minutes away. There is great kayaking on many nearby waterways, including the Conewago Creek, Yellow Breeches Creek, Susquehanna River, Conodoguinet Creek, Bennett Run, Muddy Creek Gorge, Swatara Creek, Bermudian Creek, Juniata River, Donegal Creek, Chickies Creek, Sherman Creek, Tuscarora Creek, Pequea Creek, Conestoga Creek, Mill Creek and Codorus Creek. At the Susquehanna River's Lake Frederic, just eight minutes away, it is possible to explore many of the islands which were once inhabited by the Susquehanna Indians centuries ago. There are even petroglyphs which are visible on boulders in the river, a few miles further south, near Indian Steps.

Brewhouse Mountain is conveniently located in the center of many of Pennsylvania's top attractions: Gettysburg Civil War Battlefield, Hersheypark, Indian Echo Caverns, the Mason-Dixon Trail, the Pennsylvania State Museum, Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, York's Factory tours, Lake Tobias Wildlife Park, Dutch Wonderland, Pride of the Susquehanna Riverboat and City Island, the Pennsylvania Railroad Museum, Lancaster County's PA Dutch and Amish country, Gifford Pinchot State Park, the Appalachian Trail, Roundtop Mountain Resort, the beautiful Susquehanna River, Carlisle with its famous Auto Show, Harrisburg's Civil War Museum and great night life and restaurants, and many more attractions. We are about one hour north of Baltimore and one and one half hours west of Philadelphia, one mile from Interstate 83 and seven miles south of the Pennsylvania Turnpike. If you would like more information on staying at the Brewhouse Mountain, simply click on one of the images below or email Jeff at jefflebo@aol.com.

The house and displays were constructed between 1998 and 2001 with the help of Jeff's father Fred, friends and other family members. The collection, which numbers in excess of 83,000 different cans, is the largest of it's kind in the world. The collection is divided into geographic regions, with separate rooms for each region. Visitors have come from as far away as the Netherlands, Italy, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa to experience this unusual house and collection. The house and collection have been featured in Playboy Magazine, FHM (Germany), Loaded (UK), Beer Advocate (US), Fly Magazine (US), The Travel Channel (Extreme Collections), The Home and Garden Channel (Extreme Homes), Country Music Television - CMT (Hillbilly Deluxe), Mav TV - Time Warner Cable (Pack Rats) and the History Channel (The History of Beer). We hope you enjoy the photos and we hope to see you soon. Thanks for stopping by...

For more information on staying at Brewhouse Mountain, simply click on any of the photos below.

Email Jeff now at jefflebo@aol.com or call 717-938-4332 for a booking or if you have beer cans that you want to sell.


Click on the photo at left to take a video tour of the house and collection.
The ground floor of the house has a large 18' x 36' common room with a small library, sofas, chairs, and a dining table that seats ten.
Also on the lower level, adjoining the kitchen, is a room dedicated to US steel tab tops.
A wall of US flat top cans.
The German Room.
The Scandinavia Room.
The Pacific Room.
The Dark Continent Room.
This large upstairs common room has a bar, tv with dvd player and board games.
Located just minutes from great skiing, snowboarding, kayaking and canoeing, ziplines, birding, hiking trails, mountain biking, golfing, fishing, museums, restaurants, live music venues, theatres, amusement parks and other South-Central Pennsylvania attractions, the Brewhouse Mountain Eco-Inn offers something for everyone. Come visit us soon!