Or make the drinks yourself, if you're up for a challenge.
Two of the more popular Pennsylvania Dutch specialty drinks are birch beer and meadow tea.
You can get it from an Amish roadside stand in Lancaster, and also from some supermarkets and farmers markets (if you're lucky).
One of the more popular varieties, made from an old Pennsylvania Dutch recipe and a classic since 1936, Pennsylvania Dutch Birch Beer is one of the oldest soft drinks in the country. Birch beer is believed to have originated in the Pennsylvania Dutch Country where they still make it and enjoy it.
Despite the name, birch beer is a non-alcoholic drink.
It is a carbonated drink made from birch tree essential oil and birch sap derived from the Black Birch Tree. People tend to use the terms birch beer and root beer synonymously but they are not the same. Birch beer has a minty, wintergreen delicious taste, with a hint of creaminess to it.
Meadow Tea is a Pennsylvania Dutch Country staple.
The drink, featured in the above photo, consists of freshly grown mint that has been brewed, sweetened, and chilled. Most recipes also use a good amount of sugar.
Despite the name, it is actually not a tea. It's a light and simple sweet drink, mostly consumed during the warmer months. Since this is a seasonal drink, not all places will sell it year-round.