Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company

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Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company
Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company logo.png
Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company logo
Location Croydon, Pennsylvania, United States
Coordinates 40°05′06″N 74°54′07″W / 40.085°N 74.902°W / 40.085; -74.902Coordinates: 40°05′06″N 74°54′07″W / 40.085°N 74.902°W / 40.085; -74.902
Opened June 2010
Key people Jeremy Myers, Rob Jahn, Steve Capelli, Meat[1]
Annual production volume 12,000 US beer barrels (14,000 hL) in 2015[2]
Website neshaminycreekbrewing.com

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company is a brewery founded in 2010 in the town of Croydon in lower Bucks County, Pennsylvania, USA. It is considered to be the first production brewery in the county, which borders the city of Philadelphia.[citation needed]

History[edit]

Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company was founded in 2010 by head brewmaster Jeremy Myers and assistant brewers Rob Jahn and Steve Capelli.[3] It takes its name from the nearby creek of the same name, from which it draws water for its beer.[1] The facility itself, located at 909 Ray Avenue, officially opened on June 1, 2012.[4] In 2013, the Churchville Lager won a gold medal at the Great American Beer Festival.[5] In 2016, Neshaminy Creek won two bronze medals at the Great American Beer Festival for their Vienna Lager and their smoked beer.[6]

In 2016, Neshaminy Creek announced the opening of a location and tasting room in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia.[7]

Products[edit]

The company brews six year-round beers and several seasonal beers, which are distributed to the greater Philadelphia area and New Jersey.[8][9]

Year-Round
Floodwater Seasonal Series
  • Mudbank Milk Stout (January–February)
    • Coconut Mudbank Milk Stout (Limited)
    • Imperial Chocolate Mudbank Milk Stout (Limited)
  • Leon Russian Imperial Stout (March–April)
  • Highwater Hefeweizen (May–July)
  • Dunks Ferry Dunkelweizen (August–October)
  • Punkless Dunkel Pumpkin Wheat Ale (September)
  • Creekfestbier Lager (September)
  • The Neshaminator (Doppelbock, November–December)
Semi-Annual
  • Blitzkrieg Double IPA
  • The Shape of Hops to Come
Limited Offerings
  • Bourbon Barrel Aged Punkless Dunkel
  • Concrete Pillow American Barleywine
  • Concrete Pillow English Barleywine
  • Bourbon Barrel Aged Leon Russian Imperial Stout
  • Bourbon Barrel Aged Concrete Pillow American Barleywine
  • Beast Infection Sour Ale
  • HBS Stout

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "About Neshaminy Creek Brewing". Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company. Retrieved 2013-06-07. 
  2. ^ "Zero to 12,000 in 3 Years". neshaminycreekbrewing.com. 2015-03-25. Retrieved 2015-05-18. Once online, we expect these additional tanks to push our yearly production to nearly 15,000 barrels and it’s altogether possible that we’ll reach 12,000 barrels produced this calendar year. 
  3. ^ King, Amanda. "Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company: Bucks County's Newest Brewery". Bucks County Courier Times. Retrieved 2013-06-07. 
  4. ^ "Neshaming Creek Brewing Company". Facebook. Retrieved 2013-06-07. 
  5. ^ Henninger, Danya (2013-10-14). "Local brewers win big at Great American Beer Festival". Philly.com. Retrieved 2015-11-29. 
  6. ^ Etchells, Arthur (2016-10-10). "Philadelphia Area Winners from the 2016 Great American Beer Festival". Philadelphia. Retrieved 2017-01-03. 
  7. ^ Hilario, Kenneth; Burdo, Alison (2016-05-25). "Neshaminy Creek opening brewery, tasting room by Fillmore in Fishtown". Philadelphia Business Journal. American City Business Journals. Retrieved 2016-12-27. 
  8. ^ "Where to Find NCBC Beer?". Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company. Retrieved 2013-06-07. 
  9. ^ Nurin, Tara (2016-11-29). "Merger Mania Is Coming To Beer Sales. Will It Restrict Your Freedom Of Choice?". Forbes. Retrieved 2016-12-27. 

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