Do you like apples? Well, how about a fall-inspired ale, artfully blended with locally-sourced apple cider? The result is what’s called a Graff – a dark and hazy concoction that reminds you of a chocolate-covered candy apple. At 6 percent ABV, it’s not too sweet and has a rich body and color, much like a Porter.
Brewed between Naked Brewing Company and Broken Goblet Brewing, with apple cider from Snipes Farm, “How Do You Like Them Apples?” is the second release in the Bucks County Ale Trail collaboration series. The Bucks County Ale Trail releases a limited edition brew seasonally in collaboration with the breweries. These Bucks County-inspired brews are easy to sip and delicious until the last drop.
“How Do You Like Them Apples?” is now available on draft and in 16 oz. cans at Broken Goblet Brewing in Bensalem and Naked Brewing Company in Huntingdon Valley. Canned beers will also be distributed at various bars and distributors regionally. Keep checking back on VisitBucksCounty.com/Releases to see where they go.
The Bucks County Ale Trail is made up of the 15-plus breweries in Bucks County. Visit any Bucks County brewery or the Bucks County Visitor Center in Bensalem or Quakertown to pick up a printed passport or get your free digital passport online. Check-in digitally or get your passport stamped at five or more breweries to get a free Bucks County Ale Trail T-shirt. For more information, go to VisitBucksCounty.com/AleTrail