Posted by Aubrey Nagle on May 31st, 2012
Former River Horse brewer Jeremy Myers has finally launched the brewing leg of the 18,000 square foot brewery/tasting room/gift shop in Croydon we told you about last August. Myers and his crew will be debuting three of their beers at Philly Beer Week after trying out their pilot beer at the Washington Crossing Beer Fest a few weeks ago.
Tomorrow they will be pouring at the Opening Tap ceremony at the Independence Visitor Center while simultaneously holding a launch event at Rex 1516 at 6 p.m. They’ll then be featured at the 4th Annual Bella Vista Beer Bash at Devil’s Den, also tomorrow and starting at 7pm.
The Neshaminy Creek beers being featured are their flagship County Line IPA as well as the limited releases Mudbank Milk Stout and Tribute Belgian Tripel. Other events for the brewery’s debut include appearances at 12 Steps Down, The Grey Lodge, the Hulmeville Inn, Molly Malloy’s, Wishing Well, and more.
After a few years of delays Neshaminy Creek Brewing hopes to be on market in early June and accepting brewery visitors in late June or early July.
Neshaminy Brewing Company [Official Site]
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