BREINIGSVILLE, Pa. (AP) — Police say a man was drunk when he drove onto the property of a Sam Adams brewery in Pennsylvania and crashed into a guard rail.

Upper Macungie police say 59-year-old John Raab had been drinking prior to the July 1 incident at the plant in Breinigsville. Raab was charged with drunken driving. No one was injured, and it wasn’t clear why he was at the facility.

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No current phone number for Raab was available. No lawyer information was listed in online documents.

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The brewery is one of three plants operated by Boston Beer Co. The others are in Boston and Cincinnati. The Pennsylvania facility is the lone producer of Sam Adams’ canned beers.

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